About the Staff
Chief Operating Officer
Kerry has more than 25 years of executive administrative and office management experience. As Chief Operating Officer for the Fellowship, Kerry keeps the trains running on time. She handles billing, scheduling, and administration for the Fellowship, current Fellows, and the logistics surrounding the Annual Scholar Symposium and Winston Health Ball. In addition, Kerry supports the Winston Board of Directors, Former Fellows, and Winston Scholars.
Over her career, Kerry worked for a number of healthcare firms, consulting and lobbying groups, as well as non-profit organizations including United Health Group, ML Strategies, Burson Marsteller, and Capital Caring.
Maria is an experienced Health Systems Specialist with a background in providing advice and assistance to employees on clinical matters. After graduating with her Bachelors in Health Administration and Policy with a concentration on Health Informatics in 2022 Maria is now currently working on her Masters in Health Informatics.
David C. Main
Senior Counsel, Former Board Member
David Main serves in the position of Senior Counselor to the Fellowship, providing advice and guidance to the Board of Directors and the Chief Operating Officer on strategic and operational matters from the perspective of a long-time Board member and former Chairman. Mr. Main worked for David Winston on the staff of Senator Richard Schweiker early in his career and was a founding board member of the Fellowship. He served on the Board and its legal counsel for 35 years.
Mr. Main is also a Partner and member of the health law practice of Nelson Mullins Riley and Scarborough in Washington, D.C. He specializes in government relations, corporate and regulatory law, and biotech/life sciences issues, including corporate formation, mergers, and acquisitions, contract drafting, antitrust, and operational issues.
He is the founder and Coordinator of the Healthcare Technology Network of Greater Washington (HealthTechNet) www.healthtechnet.net. He is also a director and co-founder of the Medicare Advantage Plan Alliance (MAPA), a coalition of compliance directors of Medicare Advantage Plans that works collaboratively with CMS to facilitate regulatory compliance. He also serves as General Counsel to the Health Management Academy.
Mr. Main has been active in the health care field for over 40 years. He has a graduate degree in theology from Harvard Divinity School and a law degree from Georgetown Law.
Dean A. Rosen
Senior Executive Counselor, Former Board Member
A partner at Mehlman Consulting, Dean Rosen is one of Washington’s foremost experts on America’s complex health care system—and a master of both the politics and policies that shape it. With more than two decades of experience developing and advancing health policy initiatives on Capitol Hill and in the private sector, Rosen has been named a “Top Lobbyist” by The Hill, a “ Power Player” that healthcare groups turn to by Modern Healthcare, and one of the “DC Healthcare Power Players Who Shape the Rules for a $3.5 trillion industry” by Business Insider.
Rosen advises a wide range of health care stakeholders, from established players to startups trying to gain a foothold in Washington, DC. He has represented health systems and hospitals, medical colleges and physician specialty organizations, health insurers, clinical laboratories, biopharmaceutical companies, nonprofit foundations, and multinational employers. He helps clients shape national policy and navigate the transformational changes taking place in the nation’s health care system.
Prior to joining Mehlman Consulting, Rosen held a series of high-level positions in both the private sector and government, including on key committees in both the Senate and House. As the Chief Healthcare Advisor to former Sen. Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN), a leading voice on national medical and health issues, Rosen helped draft and navigate to final passage landmark legislation creating a Medicare prescription drug benefit. Rosen also helped pass laws in the wake of the September 11 and bioterrorism attacks in 2001 to ensure that local, state and national public health systems had new authorities and resources to respond to future threats.
Rosen’s policy, legal and management experience expands beyond Capitol Hill. He served as Senior Vice President of Policy and General Counsel for the Health Insurance Association of America (HIAA), and practiced law at Dow, Lohnes and Albert- son in Washington, DC.