Ranjana Caple, MPH is the National Senior Manager of Advocacy at the American Lung Association in Washington, DC. In this capacity, she manages and implements advocacy strategies and activities on lung health issues including public health, infectious disease, lung disease, tobacco cessation and other lung health policy issues. She serves as the Lung Association’s lobbyist with Congress and the Administration on public health, appropriations, tobacco cessation and other lung disease and lung health issues. She is also a part of the annual LUNG FORCE Advocacy Day planning team. Ranjana earned her bachelor’s degree in Public Health at Saint Louis University and her Master of Public Health at the George Washington University. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, hiking and finding new recipes to try (and share).