Christina (Kiko) Malin

Public Member

Kiko Malin is the Family Health Services Division Director for the Alameda County Public Health Department. She is responsible for oversight of California Children’s Services, the Child Health and Disability Prevention Program and the Maternal, Paternal, Child and Adolescent Health unit, which includes early childhood home visiting programs; perinatal and family planning education and health promotion; and the Building Blocks for Health Equity unit, whose goal is to address the social conditions that influence the health of women, children, fathers and families through innovative multi-sector and place-based work, including the Best Babies Zone. Kiko is the president of California MCAH Action, an organization representing the interests of local MCAH Directors in California. She also serves as co-chair of the Preconception Health Council of California and is a CityMatCH board member. Kiko holds Masters degrees in Public Health and Social Work from UC Berkeley.