Becky Ludwick is the Vice President of Public Policy for PPC. In this role, she oversees the organization’s policy development and implementation work, represents the organization before federal and state government, emphasizing the executive branch and state agencies, and participates in policy-specific coalitions and advisory groups.
Prior to her role as Vice President of Public Policy, Becky was the Health Policy Director for PPC for two years focusing on health care issues impacting children.
Becky joined PPC in April 2018 after nearly 12 years in various positions with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. She recently served as the Director of the School-Based ACCESS Program in the Department of Human Services, overseeing more than $150 million in annual Medicaid funding for schools providing health services to special education students.
Before serving in the Department of Human Services, Becky was Deputy Policy Director and Special Projects Manager in former Gov. Tom Corbett’s administration, concentrating on policy issues relating to early childhood, K-12 education, environment, government reform, health care, and human services in the governor’s office.
Outside of her state government experience, Becky worked on several statewide political campaigns, including as Coalitions Director for former Gov. Tom Corbett’s 2010 gubernatorial campaign.
Becky holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science/Applied Public Policy from West Chester University. She resides in Harrisburg with her husband and two daughters.