Pedro Toledo serves as the Chief Administrative Officer of Petaluma Health Center (PHC), a nationally-recognized, award-winning, federally-qualified health center committed to ensuring that all people in Sonoma County have access to high-quality, prevention-focused, patient-centered health care. Pedro joined PHC in 2014. Over that time, PHC has opened 7 additional health care delivery sites and with an annual operating budget of over $60 Million has become one of the largest non-profit organizations in Sonoma County, employing almost 500 individuals who work across ten health clinic sites. Prior to joining PHC, Pedro served as the Director of Community and Government Relations for the Redwood Community Health Coalition, the network of community health clinics in the Northern California counties of Sonoma, Marin, Napa and Yolo. He serves on the board of numerous organizations, including the Redwood Empire Food Bank, the Sonoma County Workforce Investment Board, and the National Association of Community Health Center (NACHC) Agricultural Committee. Pedro has received multiple community recognition awards, including Sonoma 4Cs Children’s Champion Award, MillerCoors Lider of the Year award, National Alliance on Mental Illness Hero in the Fight Award, and the North Bay Business Journal’s Forty under 40 recognition. Pedro grew up in Alameda, CA. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and master’s degree in Sociology from Stanford University, a law degree from Cornell University Law School in Ithaca, NY, and a master’s in healthcare services administration from Georgetown University. He resides in Sonoma County.