Meet Our Staff

Get to know the members of the Camden Coalition

Gladys Antelo
Gladys Antelo
PROGRAM MANAGER

Gladys Antelo: Program Manager, Relationship Management

Gladys Antelo is a Program Manager with the Cross-Site Learning and Workforce Development department. In this role, Gladys manages relationships for Student Hotspotting, technical assistance contracts and other educational programs the Camden Coalition offers. Previously she worked as a Nurse Care Coordinator with the Population Health Initiatives Department, working with patients in the community. Gladys is a Licensed Practical Nurse by training and graduated from Lincoln Technical Institute in 2012.
Adria Boultin
Adria Boultin
PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Adria Boultin: Program Assistant, Information Systems & Data Security

Adria is a Program Assistant for Strategy & Information team; her role is implementing strategy and policies within the Camden Coalition. Adria is currently studying Computer Science at Camden County College and hopes to transfer to Temple University. In her free time, she loves to volunteer in community-based programs that prevent homelessness.
Sheila Brown
Sheila Brown
CFO & SENIOR DIRECTOR

Sheila Brown: Chief Financial Officer & Senior Director for Administration

Sheila Brown is the Chief Financial Officer & Senior Director for Administration. Prior to joining the Coalition, she worked as the Controller for Merit Service Solutions. She spent 10 years working as a public accountant with the firm Withum Smith+Brown specializing in auditing and consulting for not for profit organizations. Six of those years were spent working primarily on the Healthcare Team. She was Director of Finance for Ambulatory Services at Virtua, and Controller for Silver Labs LLC,
Cortney Bruno
Cortney Bruno
RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Cortney Bruno: Research Assistant, Publication and Dissemination

Cortney is the Research Assistant for Publication and Dissemination in the Action Research and Evaluation Department. She completed her MSW at Temple University, with a concentration in Community & Policy work, and worked as a Research Assistant within the department. She also holds a BA in English and worked as an adult literacy instructor and case manager at Center for Literacy in Philadelphia before attending graduate school.
Whitney Buchmann
Whitney Buchmann
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

Whitney Buchmann: Senior Program Manager, Organizational Development & Effectiveness

Whitney is the Senior Program Manager for Organizational Development & Effectiveness. Her primary role is to support the development of processes and practices that keep the Camden Coalition's core values at the center. Prior to coming to the Camden Coalition Whitney spent six years as a Community Organizer with PICO National Network. Whitney holds a bachelor's degree in Spanish and International Studies, with a certificate in Conflict Resolution.
Laura Buckley
Laura Buckley
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

Laura Buckley: Senior Program Manager, Innovation Operations

Laura Buckley, M.S.W., L.S.W., leads a team of clinical specialists to design, iterate, and operationalize interventions that impact individuals with complex health and social needs, most notably overseeing the daily implementation of the Camden Coalition's Housing First Demonstration Project. Prior to joining the Coalition, Laura was a graduate teaching assistant at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Social Policy and Practice working in both Philadelphia and Kolkata, India. She received her master's degree in social work from the University of Pennsylvania with a clinical concentration and her Bachelor of Arts from New York University with a double major in history and journalism.
Jamie Cartagena
Jamie Cartagena
STAFF ACCOUNTANT

Jamie Cartagena: Staff Accountant, Accounting & Grants Administration

Jamie Cartagena supports both the Grant and Accounting Teams in his role as Staff Accountant. He has a degree in Accounting from Temple University, as well as a background in non-profit accounting and grants from his time with Nueva Esperanza. In his free time, Jamie likes to work on his car and garden.
Gayle Christiansen
Gayle Christiansen
PROGRAM MANAGER

Gayle Christiansen: Program Manager, Content & Experience Curation

Gayle creates curriculum and learning experiences from a human-centered design perspective at the Camden Coalition. She has experience teaching and designing instruction for elementary school through late career professionals. Gayle first came to Camden as a Camden Public Schools teacher. Gayle studied Sociology as an undergraduate at Kenyon College and holds a Master of City Planning degree from MIT. Gayle also serves as a part-time lecturer in the Urban Studies Department at Rutgers University – Camden.
Jessica Cordero
Jessica Cordero
SENIOR COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER

Jessica Cordero: Senior Community Health Worker, Community Operations

Jessica Cordero is the medical assistant and senior community health worker for the Coalition’s Care Management intervention. With several years of experience managing a busy community-based primary care practice in Camden, she currently uses the same skills coordinating care for the project’s high needs patients. Additionally, she provides various levels of clinical assistance on site during home visits, as well as a liaison for patients who are Spanish-speaking. In serving patients who are medically and socially complex, she has become a dependable and trusted resource for these city residents. Jessica grew up in Camden and earned a degree as a Medical Assistant in New Jersey.
Kelly Craig
Kelly Craig
CHIEF STRATEGY & INFORMATION OFFICER

Kelly Craig: Chief Strategy & Information Officer

As one of the original ten members of the Camden Coalition, Kelly worked closely with Executive Director, Jeffrey Brenner, M.D., in developing the Coalition’s innovative care management model. This model engages patients with multiple co-morbidities that lead to high utilization of the local healthcare system. Kelly implemented the first managed care contract that lead to the Coalition's current Medicaid Accountable Care work. Additionally, she grew the Camden citywide Care Management Meetings that bring together stakeholders from three competing hospitals around common community barriers and shared patients. The structure she built over five years still meets monthly and serves as an anchor of collaboration within the Camden community.

Prior to coming to the Coalition, Kelly worked at Prevention Point Philadelphia, a harm reduction organization. There she coordinated the Street-side Health Project, a mobile medical clinic run solely on volunteer labor in partnership with local medical, nursing and pharmacy schools. Her passion drove her to establish the first low-threshold buprenorphine clinic in the area, giving access to individuals experiencing homelessness and opiod addiction. These programs are still thriving in Philadelphia. Currently, Kelly is focused on supporting the design, development, and expansion of a variety of population health initiatives taking place at the Coalition. Some current initiatives include overseeing our citywide 7-day pledge campaign, which focuses on getting patients into primary care within 7 days of a hospital visit. She is also working with community partners to advance the first regional Housing First program, a low-threshold model that provides housing and supportive services to the most medically fragile patients within Camden.
Amadly Cruz
Amadly Cruz
PROGRAM MANAGER

Amadly Cruz: Program Manager, Care Management Initiatives

Amadly Cruz is a program manager for the Care Management Initiatives team. She received her B.A. in Psychology at Eastern University and plans to go back for her M.S.W. Born, raised and currently living in Camden, Amadly feels a deep connection with the community and wants to influence positive health to the people through the help of the Camden Coalition.
Meylin Davila
Meylin Davila
PROGRAM MANAGER

Meylin Davila: Program Manager, Clinical Redesign Initiatives

Meylin Davila is the Program Manager for the Clinical Redesign Initiatives team. She holds a B.A. in Sociology from Rowan University. In this role, Meylin will oversee the processes related to screening (or triaging) of data feeds from various clinical sources, primary care, and specialty appointment scheduling, and population-level patient outreach. Meylin is responsible for ensuring data collection from internal and external partners, managing the data flow for population-level programs, monitoring quality assurance dashboards, and maintain relationships with key ACO implementation partners, including primary care offices.
Natasha Dravid
Natasha Dravid
DIRECTOR

Natasha Dravid: Director, Clinical Redesign Initiatives

Natasha Dravid joined the Camden Coalition in 2013 and serves as Director of Clinical Redesign Initiatives. In this capacity, Natasha is responsible for the strategy and operations of the Camden Coalition Medicaid Accountable Care Organization and for managing contract relationships with Medicaid managed care organizations for the delivery of programming the serves individuals with complex health and social needs. Natasha holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management and a BA in English from Haverford College.
Molly Ennis
Molly Ennis
PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Molly Ennis: Program Assistant, Policy & Engagement

Molly Ennis is a Program Assistant for the Legal and External Affairs Department, focusing on Policy and Research. Previously, Molly worked in Louisiana at the New Orleans Health Department, and later as an Evaluation and Research Assistant for an arts integration program that aims to improve cognitive development in preschool students. She also worked in health policy at the Alliance for Health Reform in Washington, DC. Molly earned a BA in Environmental Studies from the University of Michigan and a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
Abigail Fallen
Abigail Fallen
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

Abigail Fallen: Senior Program Manager, Health Information Exchange & Data Security

Abby Fallen is the senior program manager for the Camden Coalition Health Information Exchange (HIE). Abby oversees the program’s objectives while working with Camden’s area hospitals and primary care centers to develop effective training processes. Before joining the Coalition, Abby worked as an EMR Training Specialist for STI Computer Services, aiding and assisting various physician practices in transitioning their medical records from paper to an electronic format. Additionally, Abby has extensive knowledge of office workflows, clinical medicine, inpatient and outpatient documentation, and systems analysis. Abby is a graduate of Temple University and holds her Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) certification.
James Fisher
James Fisher
PROGRAM MANAGER

James Fisher: Program Manager, Analytics & Informatics

Jay is the program manager for the Information & Systems team at the Camden Coalition. He recently worked as a statistical research specialist for TennCare, Tennessee's Medicaid office. He also served for two years as a community health volunteer in Cameroon with the Peace Corps. Jay received his bachelor's degree in International Relations from the College of Wooster and his master's degree in Public Administration from the University of Georgia. Jay is interested in Medicaid policy, running when he can, and watching basketball.
Brian Fuss
Brian Fuss
PROGRAM MANAGER

Brian Fuss: Program Manager, Online Education

Brian oversees and coordinates the online education platform at the Camden Coalition. He has experience teaching, training, and developing courses on addiction, mental health, sexual health, and harm reduction. Brian has an M.P.A. and finishing his Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration. In this limited free time, he loves to exercise, read nonfiction, review Grants.gov, and analyze public policies.
Maritza Gomez
Maritza Gomez
SENIOR COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER

Marizta Gomez: Senior Community Health Worker, Community Operations

Maritza Gomez is a senior community health worker of the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Provider’s Care Management Initiatives. Maritza’s current role requires extensive work with patients in the community, where she provides clinical assistance and support to patients with the goal of meeting their health and social needs. Prior to joining the Camden Coalition Maritza has many years of experience managing a local business. As a community health worker she uses those skills of high level engagement and being responsive to persons in need to advocate on behalf of community residents. Maritza is passionate about serving as a liaison and advocate for Spanish speaking patients in the community. Currently Maritza attends Burlington County College earning a degree in nursing.
Ebony Hailey
Ebony Hailey
NURSE CARE COORDINATOR

Ebony Hailey: Nurse Care Coordinator, Community Operations

Ebony Hailey is a nurse care coordinator on the CMI team. Ebony works closely in the community, bridging the gap between patients and their healthcare providers. She was born and raised in the City of Camden and has a love for giving back to the community and mentoring. Prior to joining our team, Ebony was a Critical Care Technician in the Intensive Care Unit at Cooper Hospital University Center for seven years. She is currently pursuing her B.S.N.
Lauran Hardin
Lauran Hardin
PROJECT DIRECTOR

Lauran Hardin: Project Director, Cross-Continuum Transformation

Lauran Hardin recently joined the Camden Coalition and the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs as the Senior Director of Education & Curriculum. In this role, she continues her past experience providing consulting, co-design and coaching in complex care transformation. Her special interests include the impact of trauma/loss on high-frequency healthcare access and the economic potential of stabilizing complex patients through retraining/redesigning existing resources in the healthcare system.
Margaret Hawthorne
Margaret Hawthorne
CONSULTANT

Margaret Hawthorne: Consultant

Margaret Hawthorne serves as the Consultant for the Camden Coalition, where she works with diverse stakeholder groups to design, evaluate, and transform operational processes and care delivery systems. Prior to joining the Coalition, Maggie worked as a Program Officer with the Institute of Medicine evaluating U.S. global HIV/AIDS programs for the US Congress, an epidemiologist managing the operations for two statewide HIV surveillance systems, and a Research Manager at Johns Hopkins University focused on developing tobacco control leadership capacity globally. Margaret holds a master’s degree in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University and is passionate about employing a mix of both qualitative and quantitative methods to understand, design, implement, and evolve relationships and systems that will lead to profound impact and change.
Audrey Hendricks
Audrey Hendricks
ENROLLMENT SPECIALIST

Audrey Hendricks: Enrollment Specialist, Hospital Operations

Audrey Hendricks is an enrollment specialist on the hospital operations team for Care Management Initiatives. In this role, she serves as the first point of contact for hospitalized patients who are eligible for Camden Coalition's Care Management Intervention, engaging and enrolling them into the intervention at the bedside. Audrey joined the Camden Coalition in 2012 as an AmeriCorps Health Coach. Following her year of service, she worked as a program assistant in the Cross-Site Learning program before beginning her current role in early 2015. She holds a B.A. in Anthropology from Haverford College.
Michaela Holmes
Michaela Holmes
PROGRAM MANAGER

Michaela Holmes: Program Manager, Organizational Development

Michaela Holmes is the Program Manager for Organizational Development. Prior to working at the Camden Coalition Michaela spent three years working to grow the cooperative economy in the Greater Philadelphia Area. Michaela holds a Master of Science in Organizational Change Management from the New School in New York, and a B.S. in Political Science from the University of Oregon. On her own time, she works towards social and economic justice, ponders the good life, appreciates nature, enjoys hikes with her dog Lou, and bakes bread.
Mark Humowiecki
Mark Humowiecki
GENERAL COUNSEL & SENIOR DIRECTOR

Mark Humowiecki: General Counsel & Senior Director for National Initiatives

Mark Humowiecki leads the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs, a new initiative of the Coalition that seeks to coalesce a new field of healthcare and build a national movement to improve outcomes for individuals with the most complex needs. Previously Mark led the Coalition's advocacy, communications, and governance efforts. Before joining the Coalition, Mark served as deputy executive director of the New York State Workers' Compensation Board and spent six years practicing employment and civil rights law. Mark earned his bachelors and law degrees from Yale University.
Jared Hunter
Jared Hunter
PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Jared Hunter: Program Assistant, National & Consumer Engagement

Jared Hunter is the Program Assistant for National & Consumer Engagement. In his role he supports the work in developing strategy, tactics, and rhetoric around community and consumer engagement on both the local and national levels; this includes building out the Consumer Scholars program through the Coalition's National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs, the Rutgers University-Camden Health Promotion Course, and developing a new organization-wide strategic plan about how to effectively engage communities in Camden and across the country. Jared is currently pursuing his Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree with a concentration in Community Development at Rutgers University-Camden.
Stephanie Jean-Louis
Stephanie Jean-Louis
PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Stephanie Jean-Louis: Program Assistant, Governance

Stephanie Jean-Louis is the Program Assistant for Governance. In this role, she coordinates communication both externally, to key stakeholders and community partners, and internally. She received her Bachelor's degree in Biobehavioral Health from Penn State University. She is passionate about community organizing and enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Marsha Johnson
Marsha Johnson
DIRECTOR

Marsha Johnson: Director, Curriculum Integration

Marsha is the Associate Director of Education & Curriculum at the Camden Coalition. Her work focuses on the dissemination of the Hotspotting philosophy to the broader field of population health and training the workforce in the tools and mindsets necessary to transform health care delivery. A licensed clinical social worker, Marsha received her master’s degree from Smith College School for Social Work and spent that last fifteen years in healthcare delivery and design for complex patients.
Naadia Johnson
Naadia Johnson
PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Naadia Johnson: Program Assistant, Organizational Effectiveness & Performance

Naadia is a Rutgers University graduate with a B.A. in psychology and now fills the role of program assistant for Camden Coalition. As her favorite core value is servant leadership, her objective is to offer continued organization to better help our staff empower our patients and members. Future goals include continued education in social work with plans to provide services that give back to the city of Camden, her free time is spent reading, taking trips and scrap booking for memories.
Teray Johnson
Teray Johnson
PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Teray Johnson: Program Assistant, Clinical Redesign Initiatives

Teray is the Program Assistant for Clinical Redesign Initiatives. In this role, Teray reviews eligibility to the Camden Coalition's clinical intervention and provides project management. Teray has a Bachelor's of Science in Healthcare Management from Towson University and is currently pursuing an MBA with a Management Information Systems specialization from Rowan University. She enjoys reading and writing fiction in her free time.
Matthew Kalamar
Matthew Kalamar
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

Matthew Kalamar: Associate Director, Grants and Development

Matthew is the Associate Director of Grants and Development. In this role, he spearheads the formulation and execution of the Coalition's fundraising strategy. Prior to joining the Coalition, Matthew worked as a Program Manager and Grants Coordinator on the International Programs team at Solidarite Sida, one of the main French HIV/AIDS organizations, based in Paris. Matthew holds an M.A. in Development Studies from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (Durban, South Africa) and a B.A. in International Relations and German Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.
Andrew Katz
Andrew Katz
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

Andrew Katz: Senior Program Manager, Care Management Initiatives

Andrew Katz is a senior program manager of Care Management Initiatives and focuses on operations and care delivery for one of the Coalition's outreach teams. Andrew joined the Coalition in 2011 as an AmeriCorps health coach and has since worked on CCHP projects like Diabetes Self Management Education, Integrated Diabetes Care Program, and practice transformation at two primary care clinics in the City of Camden. Prior to joining the Coalition, Andrew studied Psychology at McGill University.
Samuel Katz
Samuel Katz
PROGRAM MANAGER

Samuel Katz: Program Manager, Strategic Planning & Consultant

Samuel Katz is the Program Manager for Strategic Planning & Consultant at the Camden Coalition. In this role, he helps implement, monitor, and evaluate the Coalition's strategic initiatives. Previously, Samuel worked at the Mixed Methods Research Lab at the University of Pennsylvania. He has also worked as a medical-legal writer for a disability advocacy group, an EMT, and an assistant to a gourmet chef. Sam earned a B.A. from Wesleyan University and is currently pursuing an M.B.A. at Temple University.
Mary Kleva
Mary Kleva
PROGRAM MANAGER

Mary Kleva: Program Manager, Stakeholder Relations

Mary Kleva is the Program Manager for Stakeholder Relations within the Legal and External Affairs Department. She works on grant reporting and development, advocacy and policy initiatives, Camden Coalition board activities, and additional communications for the department. Prior to joining the Coalition, Mary was a research assistant at Public Health Management Corporation in Philadelphia. Mary graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in Health and Societies, concentrating in Health Policy and Law.
John Kosick
John Kosick
PROGRAM MANAGER

John Kosick: Program Manager, Information Technology & Data Security (Consultant)

John Kosick is the Program Manager for the Strategy & Information team at the coalition. He provides user and network administration support for the Camden Coalition office as well as providing technical support to other non-profits in Camden and Philadelphia. John has a B.S. in Physics from Stockton College.
Teagan Kuruna
Teagan Kuruna
PROGRAM MANAGER

Teagan Kuruna: Program Manager, Action Research & Evaluation

Teagan Kuruna serves as the Program Manager for the Action Research and Evaluation department, where she develops written content for journal articles, reports, and other publications. Prior to joining the Camden Coalition, she was a communications associate at the Center for Health Care Strategies and a communications intern for The Cancer Genome Atlas at the National Cancer Institute. Teagan holds a master of public health from Drexel University School of Public Health and a bachelor of arts from New College of Florida. In her spare time, Teagan organizes the Philadelphia Podcast Festival and hosts her own podcast.
Berly Laycox
Berly Laycox
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

Berly Laycox: Senior Program Manager, Communications & Digital Strategy

Berly Laycox is the Communications Senior Program Manager for the Camden Coalition and the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs. Berly has a B.A. in Communication from UMass Amherst and a B.F.A. in Print Media from Highlands University in Las Vegas, NM. In her spare time, she teaches coding to women in Camden and Philadelphia through Girl Develop It.
Vincent Leone
Vincent Leone
PROGRAM MANAGER

Vincent Leone: Program Manager, Instructional Design

Vince is a Program Manager with the Cross-Site Learning and Workforce Development department. In this role, he creates educational and operational infrastructure in order to codify and disseminate best practices while coordinating within the CSL & WD team, across the Coalition, and with the National Center. Previously, he worked as a secondary humanities educator at KIPP Philadelphia Schools.
Angelic Lopez
Angelic Lopez
ACCOUNTING MANAGER

Angelic Lopez: Accounting Manager, Accounting & Grants Administration

Angelic has joined the Camden Coalition as an Accounting Manager where she is responsible for managing the accounting team to ensure transactions are recorded accurately and timely to meet the organization's deadlines. Angelic received her Bachelor of Business Administration from Peirce College and her Master of Business Administration from Strayer University. Angelic likes to spend her free time with her family and friends - she enjoys helping others.
Daniel Loughrey
Daniel Loughrey
PROGRAM MANAGER

Daniel Loughrey: Program Manager, Grants and Development

Daniel Loughrey is Program Manager of Grants and Development at the Camden Coalition. In this role, Daniel develops and implements the strategic fund development plan for individual and institutional giving. Prior to working at the Camden Coalition, Daniel worked as a major gifts officer at a children’s hospital in Central California and a geriatric facility in Philadelphia. Daniel is a graduate of Fresno State University and Thomas Jefferson University. In his free time, Daniel enjoys riding his bike, watching soccer, and spending time in Ocean City, New Jersey.
Josie Martinez
Josie Martinez
ACCOUNTING CLERK

Josie Martinez: Accounting Clerk, Accounting & Grant Administration

Josie Martinez serves as the accounting clerk for the Finance and Administration department. Josie has many years of experience working in non-profit healthcare and holds a degree in Health Service Administration. During her free time Josie loves to go to Disney World.
Zachary Martinez
Zachary Martinez
PROGRAM MANAGER

Zachary Martinez: Program Manager, Analytics & Informatics

Zachary supports the Camden Coalition's patient and provider facing teams with data analyses and performance management tools. Prior to joining the Coalition, Zachary graduated from Dartmouth College with a B.A. in Biology and concentration in Neurobiology and Behavior. He is currently pursuing an M.S. in Business Analytics at Temple University's Fox School of Business.
Christine McBride
Christine McBride
PROGRAM MANAGER

Christine McBride: Program Manager, Information Systems & Technology

Christine McBride is the program manager of Information Systems & Technology. Christine's role is to plan and manage projects for new HIE interfaces and functionality, ensures compliance with the HIE Policies and Procedures through auditing and education, and assists in data security initiatives related to the approval, implementation and staff training of policies and procedures. Prior to joining the Coalition, she worked for a consulting firm as a marketing administrator and a project consultant. Christine graduated from The University of Scranton in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in Communication and minors in Spanish and Philosophy.
Tynnetta McCain
Tynnetta McCain
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

Tynnetta McCain: Senior Program Manager, Human Resources & Talent Development

Tynnetta McCain is the senior program manager for Human Resources (HR) at the Camden Coalition where she is responsible for HR strategies, policies and procedures, talent management, staff development, benefits and general office administration. Tynnetta received her bachelor's degree in Organizational Management from Eastern University. In her free time, she enjoys reading, exercising, and watching sports (football and tennis).
Hannah Mogul-Adlin
Hannah Mogul-Adlin
STAFF WRITER

Hannah Mogul-Adlin: Staff Writer, Communications

Hannah Mogul-Adlin is the Staff Writer for Communications in the Legal and External Affairs Department, working on internal and external communication, social media, blog content, and photography for the organization. Prior to joining the Coalition, Hannah worked at Planned Parenthood Southeastern PA as a clinical research coordinator. She holds a B.A. in Anthropology and a Master of Public Health from Yale University. In her free time, Hannah organizes Philly Queer Brunch, a monthly community-building initiative that fund raises for local and national justice-oriented organizations.
Lisa Mojica
Lisa Mojica
PATIENT NAVIGATOR

Lisa Mojica: Patient Navigator, Clinical Redesign Initiatives

Lisa is currently a Patient Navigator at the Coalition. She is going to school for her Bachelor's in Business & Healthcare Administration and plans to continue to achieve her Master's in Population Health. Lisa has 6 years of Critical Care experience and is also an EMT. In her free time, she loves to exercise and spend time with her family.
Dani Mooney
Dani Mooney
PROGRAM MANAGER

Dani Mooney: Program Manager, Content & Experience Curation

Dani Mooney is the Program Manager for Content & Experience Curation for the Cross-Site Learning Department. She has a master’s degree in Public Health from Rutgers University and was a Health Educator in Veterans Affairs at the War Related Illness and Injury Study Center. Her other interests include emergency preparedness, reading (mostly nonfiction), and yoga.
Renee Murray
Renee Murray
ASSOCIATE CLINICAL DIRECTOR

Renee Murray: Associate Clinical Director, Care Management Initiatives

Renee is the Associate Clinical Director of Care Management Initiatives at the Camden Coalition.
She graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey with a B.S.N. and previously received a B.A. in Psychology from St. Joseph’s University. Her prior experiences include teaching at Camden Catholic High School instructing Psychology, Health, and Cultural Geography courses as well as being the Admissions Director. She also spent some time in the Dominican Republic setting up makeshift clinics to provide healthcare to the underserved locals. Most recently she practiced nursing on an Oncology/Hematology unit at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia. She joined the Coalition in 2012 as the RN Care Coordinator for the Pregnancy and Parenting Partners Program working with pregnant women throughout the city of Camden. Renee is now the RN Clinical Manager on Care Management Initiatives. CMI is a nationally recognized clinical intervention and research project seeking to improve health outcomes for complex, vulnerable patients through intensive community-based care management and care coordination activities.
Victor Murray
Victor Murray
DIRECTOR

Victor Murray: Director, Care Management Initiative

Victor Murray serves as Director for Care Management Initiative. Victor focuses on working across the Camden Coalition to design, iterate and operationalize new data-driven interventions that will impact specific segments of the population. Prior to this role, he formed a hospital-based violence intervention program and served as program manager for Camden Coalition’s community-based outreach team. Victor enjoys playing a role in providing better care to Camden City residents and living life.
Bill Nice
Bill Nice
PROGRAM MANAGER

Bill Nice: Program Manager, Innovation Operations

Bill Nice is the Program Manager for Care Management Initiatives. His primary role involves working directly with patients who are homeless or at risk for homelessness, connecting them to local service organizations and community resources while also ensuring they have an advocate who can help them navigate the social service system when necessary. Bill is a Communications graduate of Rowan University and is a current Rutgers Social Work Masters student. Over the last two and half years Bill has worked with Camden’s homeless and will be undertaking a nearly yearlong placement through Rutgers in one of Camden’s drug and alcohol programs to learn about addictions.
Ramona Olivares
Ramona Olivares
PROGRAM MANAGER

Ramona Olivares: Program Manager, Practice Engagement & Quality Improvement

Ramona Olivares has been instrumental in standing up patient outreach for the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) and the Camden Coalition Randomized Control Trial (RCT). In her current role, Ramona interfaces with all of the primary care practices in the ACO, assisting them in continuously improving their patient engagement strategies. In her spare time, Ramona likes to read, volunteer with her church, spend time with her family and friends, and visit seniors at nursing homes.
Latonya Oliver
Latonya Oliver
CLINICAL MANAGER

Latonya Oliver: Clinical Manager, Social Work for Innovation Operations

Latonya Oliver MSW, LSW is the Clinical Manager of Social Work for Innovation Operations. Latonya will work alongside the team's other Clinical Managers to oversee the non-medical needs of our patients in the community. Additionally, she will oversee the daily clinical workflow for our Housing First patients before move in and liaise with our on-the-ground Housing First Partners. Latonya graduated from Stockton University with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in geriatrics. Latonya has graduated from Rutgers University- Camden campus with a Masters of Social Work and a concentration in clinical social work. During graduate school, Latonya also received a certification in aging/geriatrics. Previously, Latonya has worked with severe and persistently mentally ill clients within the Camden County area; during this time she was responsible for monitoring and using various interventions and techniques to reduce client readmissions to state and local psychiatric hospitals. Latonya also has work experience as an in-home therapist working with children who demonstrate emotional and behavioral issues due to exposure to trauma. Latonya is also pursuing her License in Clinical Social Work (LCSW) and will continue to build her knowledge around behavioral health. In her free time, Latonya enjoys traveling and spending time with her family and friends.
Yasmin Oree
Yasmin Oree
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Yasmin Oree: Administrative Assistant, Organizational Effectiveness & Performance

Yasmin is the Administrative Assistant for Organizational Effectiveness & Performance. Prior to joining the Camden Coalition, she was a teacher assistant at Adath Emanu-El and an Administrative Assistant at the JOY Making a Difference organization. Yasmin is currently working towards getting her bachelor's degree in Psychology. Yasmin enjoys spending time with her family and teaching Zumba, Pilates, and aqua aerobics classes.
Joanne Palek
Joanne Palek
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

Joanne Palek: Associate Director, Accounting & Grants Administration

Joanne Palek is the Associate Director of Accounting & Grants Administration at the Coalition. She joined the Coalition in November of 2013 as a staff accountant. Prior to joining the CCHP, Joanne worked as an Accountant for Fante’s Plumbing, Heating, and AC in Willingboro and spent 10 years with Prudential Mutual Fund Services in Edison, NJ. She received her Bachelor of Science in Accounting and an M.B.A. from Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ.
Alisha Patman
Alisha Patman
DATABASE SPECIALIST

Alisha Patman: Database Specialist, Strategy and Information

Alisha Patman serves as the Database Specialist for the Strategy and Information team. In this role, she assists with managing the Camden Coalition’s internal database. Prior to working at the Coalition, she worked as a junior Salesforce System Administrator for Phipps Neighborhoods, a nonprofit in New York City. Alisha received her bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a minor in Arabic from The College of New Jersey. When not in the office, Alisha is off on an adventure - sight-seeing, going to festivals and taking in as much culture as possible.
Hilary Pearsall
Hilary Pearsall
PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Hilary Pearsall: Program Assistant, Policy & Engagement

Hilary works as the program assistant for External Affairs, supporting statewide Medicaid reform projects through the Good Care Collaborative. Hilary graduated from Smith College with a B.A. in Psychology, focusing on the psychosocial determinants of health, wellness, and disease. Currently, Hilary helps foster and build community as a city leader through The Welcoming Committee in Philadelphia.
Hanna Pedersen
Hanna Pedersen
PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Hanna Pedersen: Program Assistant, Learning Program & Technical Assistant

Hanna is a Program Assistant for Learning Program & Technical Assistant on the Cross Site Learning team at the Coalition. She holds a BA in Psychology and Italian from Bucknell University and has experience working in non-profit human resources and counseling. She is passionate about education and whole person care, and in her free time enjoys being outdoors, cooking, and listening to live music.
Kaila Pedersen
Kaila Pedersen
PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Kaila Pedersen: Program Assistant, Strategic Planning & Consulting

Kaila is a Program Assistant on the Strategy & Information team where she supports business planning and continuous improvement through internal and external consulting. Prior to joining the Coalition, she was a project manager for electronic medical record (EMR) implementation in Madison, WI. Kaila holds a bachelor's in Geography and Arabic from Dartmouth College and loves to dance in her free time.
Mary Pelak
Mary Pelak
SOCIAL WORK MANAGER

Mary Pelak: Social Work Manager, Hospital Operations

Mary is the social worker manager for the CMI Hospital Operations Team. She works with patients, families hospital staff, and community agencies to provide intensive discharge care planning and coordination. Mary received her B.A. from Beloit College and her M.S.W. from the University of Pennsylvania.
 Elizabeth Peto
Elizabeth Peto
PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Elizabeth Peto: Program Assistant, National Initiatives

Elizabeth is the Program Assistant at Camden Coalition's National Initiatives. She holds a B.A. in History from Oberlin College and received her Masters of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania in 2017. Elizabeth's previous work with Healing Hurt People, the Public Safety Committee of Promise Zone Mantua and Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio brings together her interests in community building and the intersection of social justice and public health.
Marcus Pollard
Marcus Pollard
CLINICAL MANAGER

Marcus Pollard: Clinical Manager, Community Operations

Marcus Pollard is a Clinical Manager at Camden Coalition for the Population Health Initiatives Department. In this role he manages a patient support team who gather baseline health metrics, identify barriers to care, and assist in developing patient-centered care plans to improve medical needs of each client. Prior to working with the Coalition Marcus has worked in several health related fields in South Jersey including in-patient medical, psychiatric and community healthcare delivery. He graduated from Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden with a B.S.N. Marcus is excited to be back in Camden and eager to work with people in the community towards better health.
Taifa Reed
Taifa Reed
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

Taifa Reed: Human Resources Manager, Human Resources & Talent Development

Taifa is the Human Resources Manager for the finance and administration department. Taifa is responsible for facilitating all of the basic HR functions here at the Coalition. Taifa has an extensive background in Talent Management and looks forward to applying her experiences in this role. Taifa is a Medical Assistant and is currently working towards her Human Resources Certification (PHR) as well as continuing her studies to obtain her B.A. in Business Administration. Taifa loves being innovative and her focus is always "Work Smarter not Harder."
Karen Rentas
Karen Rentas
BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CONSULTANT

Karen Rentas: Behavioral Health Consultant, Care Management Initiatives

Karen Rentas, Ph.D is the behavioral health consultant for the Coalition through Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care. She plays a leadership role in developing and delivering staff training and evaluating and coordinating care for patients with significant behavioral health issues. Prior to joining the Coalition she worked as a Mental Health Clinician for Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care at the New Brunswick Outpatient office providing individual, group and family therapy to adolescents and adults with mental illness, trauma and issues of addiction. Dr. Rentas also has experience providing juvenile sex-offender specific treatment and collaborating with research. Karen is committed to work with underserved populations and to reducing health disparities. She received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Carlos Albizu University in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Tawanna Roane
Tawanna Roane
LPN CARE COORDINATOR

Tawanna Roane: LPN care coordinator, Community Operations

Tawanna is an LPN care coordinator for Camden Coalition for Healthcare Providers experienced in several fields of nursing including psychiatric, geriatric, and addiction. She has seven years experience working as a nurse in and around the city of Camden along with being a life long resident of Camden city. Her passion is providing for those who are most at risk and underserved.
Jackie Rodriguez
Jackie Rodriguez
STAFF ATTORNEY

Jackie Rodriguez: Staff Attorney, Legal Affairs

Jackie Rodriguez is a Staff Attorney for the Legal Affairs. Prior to joining the Coalition, Jackie was the recipient of an Independence Foundation Fellowship, which allowed her to work at Nationalities Service Center representing immigrant youth in immigration court proceedings. She previously served as Law Clerk to the Honorable Robert G. Millenky, Presiding Judge, Superior Court, Civil Division, Camden County. She has a J.D. cum laude from Temple University's Beasley School of Law and is a graduate of Haverford College.
Emily Rosenberg Spector
Emily Rosenberg Spector
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

Emily Rosenberg Spector: Senior Program Manager, Strategic Planning & Consulting

Emily Rosenberg Spector serves as a Senior Program Manager in the Strategy and Information department at the Camden Coalition. Her focus includes program evaluation, process improvement for healthcare delivery, stakeholder engagement, and project management. She currently leads a regional collaborative comprised of five hospital systems, the goal of which is higher quality and better coordinated behavioral health care delivery for patients in South Jersey. Prior to joining the Coalition, Emily worked as a Manager for Research and Evaluation at the Montgomery County, Maryland, Department of Health and Human Services and at consulting firms in Baltimore and Washington, DC. Emily holds a Master of Science in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Natassia Rozario
Natassia Rozario
ASSOCIATE COUNSEL & SENIOR DIRECTOR

Natassia Rozario: Associate Counsel & Senior Director for External Affairs

Natassia Rozario oversees policy and advocacy efforts at the Coalition. She was a recipient of the Public Interest Public Service Scholarship at American University Washington College of Law and of the William J. Clinton Service Fellowship in India, and brings to the Coalition over ten years of experience and research devoted to improving the availability, accessibility, acceptability, and quality of healthcare for the underserved both in the US and abroad. She has a JD cum laude from American University Washington College of Law, a master's degree in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University, and a bachelor's degree from Columbia University, where she majored in political science. She received a Fulbright-Nehru research fellowship to study health and human rights in India and is a member of the New Jersey and New York Bar Associations.
Victoria Sale
Victoria Sale
SENIOR DIRECTOR

Victoria Sale: Senior Director, Integrated Community Care

Victoria oversees the Camden Coalition's education efforts from local medical training to national technical assistance. In this role, she works on the development and dissemination of a highly specialized patient-centered curriculum for multi-disciplinary teams. Prior to working at the Coalition Victoria taught High School science in Saint Louis as a Teach for AmeriCorps member. She is a graduate of Simmons College, where she earned her bachelor's degree in biology and the Goldfarb School of Nursing, where she obtained her B.S.N.
Shabnam Salih
Shabnam Salih
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

Shabnam Salih: Associate Director, Policy & Engagement

Shabnam Salih serves as an Associate Director for Policy & Engagement, she helps lead the Good Care Collaborative, a statewide coalition for NJ Medicaid reform. She has previously served as a legislative aide and as a Teach for America 2011 Corps member, teaching in Newark, NJ. She has a Master's in Public Administration from Baruch College, CUNY and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from The College of New Jersey. She is a LEAD NJ 2016 Fellow and a New Leaders Council 2012 Fellow.
Felicia Santiago
Felicia Santiago
PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Felicia Santiago: Program Assistant, Communications

Felicia serves as a Program Assistant for Communications at the Camden Coalition. She has an associate degree in Computer Graphics and is currently attending Rowan University to receive her bachelor's degree in Graphic Design. Prior to working at the Camden Coalition, she was a Web Design Intern at Hopeworks N' Camden. In her free time, she enjoys reading books, spending time with her family, and drawing.
Dianne Santos
Dianne Santos
PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Dianne Santos: Program Assistant, Clinical Redesign Initiatives

Dianne is the Program Assistant for the CRI Team, and is responsible for triaging data feeds from area hospitals for patients who meet criteria for our population health initiatives within Camden. Dianne Santos comes to us from the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP) where she was a Bilingual Family Service Specialist. Prior to DCPP she worked at Robins Nest Inc., where she was a Case Manager for the Salem County Prevention Program and a Mentor Specialist.
Rebecca Sax
Rebecca Sax
PROGRAM MANAGER

Rebecca Sax: Program Manager, National Initiatives

Rebecca serves as the Program Manager for National Initiatives, where she oversees the planning and implementation of National Center program activities. Prior to the Camden Coalition, Rebecca worked at the Center for Health Care Strategies where she managed several national projects related to care for complex and vulnerable populations. She also has prior experience in policy analysis, technical assistance, and working directly with clients seeking mental health and social services. Rebecca holds a master in public health from Drexel University in health management & policy and a bachelor of science in psychology from the University of Washington.
David Scholnick
David Scholnick
DIRECTOR

David Scholnick: Director, Communications

David Scholnick is the Camden Coalition's Director of Communications. He spent four years with Everytown for Gun Safety where he contributed to life-saving policy changes as Pennsylvania state director and later as coordinator of the organization's Mayors Against Illegal Guns coalition. David was a film major at Northwestern University and earned a master's in media and public affairs at The George Washington University.
Stephen Singer
Stephen Singer
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

Stephen Singer: Senior Program Manager, Analytics & Informatics

Stephen Singer serves as the Senior Program Manager for Analytics & Informatics where he works on data strategy, analysis, and visualization of the Coalition’s patient data and related content area datasets. Stephen is interested in data-informed community organizing and institutional design. Prior to joining the Coalition, Stephen worked as a Data Specialist with Benefits Data Trust, the Executive Director at CamConnect (Camden’s non-profit data warehouse and civic research organization), and the Senior Research Manager at the Philadelphia Center City District. Stephen holds a Master of City Planning from the University of Pennsylvania and B.A. in Population Studies and Social Problem Solving from Rutgers University.
Jeneen Skinner
Jeneen Skinner
CLINICAL MANAGER

Jeneen Skinner: Clinical Manager, Community Operations

Jeneen Skinner is a Clinical Manager for Camden Coalition's Population Health Initiatives. In her current role, she manages a care team and oversees a patient panel. Jeneen also assists patients with addressing barriers to care, creates care-plans, and reviews data to ensure that the metrics of the initiative are captured. Jeneen's experience includes working with vulnerable populations who have experienced homelessness, health/infection control, and sub-acute rehabilitation. Presently, she attends Wilmington University with plans to graduate in the Spring of 2018 with a Bachelor's of Science in Behavioral Science and a certification in Trauma Informed Approaches.
Quincy Smith
Quincy Smith
AMERICORPS VISTA

Quincy Smith: AmeriCorps VISTA, Clinical Redesign Initiatives

Quincy serves as an AmeriCorps service learner for the Clinical Redesign Initiatives team at the Camden Coalition. Quincy previously worked for Willingboro Township Inspections Department, Hampton Behavioral Health Hospital, and the United States Army Corps of Engineers. He has a Bachelor in Public Policy from Rutgers University, EJB School of Planning and Public Policy and is working towards his Master in Public Health at the Rutgers School of Public Health.
Tyson Smith
Tyson Smith
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

Tyson Smith: Senior Program Manager, Qualitative Research

Tyson Smith is the Senior Program Manager of Qualitative Research. Prior to joining the Coalition, he was a sociology professor doing research and teaching in the areas of health, gender, criminal justice, and the military. He currently works with incarcerated veterans and restorative justice programs in prisons. When he's not hanging out with his family, he tries his hand at gardening, cooking, ping pong, and running.
Lauren Snow
Lauren Snow
PROGRAM MANAGER

Lauren Snow: Program Manager, Production Management

Lauren is a Program Manager on the Cross-site Learning and Workforce Development team where she manages technical assistance contracts at sites across the country. She graduated from Rutgers University in 2016 with a Masters in Public Administration and previously worked at Rutgers' Walter Rand Institute, where she supported juvenile delinquency prevention initiatives. In her free time, Lauren enjoys photography and exploring Philadelphia.
Morgan Steward
Morgan Steward
EXECUTIVE COORDINATOR

Morgan Steward: Executive Coordinator, Organizational Effectiveness & Performance

Morgan is the Executive Coordinator for the Camden Coalition. Currently, Morgan is working towards her business administration degree and is a dean's list student. During her free time, Morgan enjoys traveling with her husband and children.
Jared Susco
Jared Susco
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER & INTERIM CEO

Jared Susco: Chief Operating Officer & Interim CEO

Jared grew up in Syracuse, NY but quickly fell in love with the Philadelphia/Camden area while an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania. He graduated from the Wharton School as a Bachelor of Science in economics with a concentration in accounting but decided to work in marketing strategy on Cap’n Crunch cereal and Quaker rice cakes for PepsiCo in Chicago. He then served as a rural economic development volunteer with the Peace Corps in Paraguay and subsequently pursued a certificate in Hebrew and Jewish Studies from the WUJS Institute in Israel. After returning to the US to earn a master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in decision and information analysis from the Goizueta Business School of Emory University, Jared moved back to the Philadelphia/Camden area to work in brand management with the Campbell Soup Company on several soup businesses.

Jared took a position as the director of operations and planning with the Undergraduate Division of the Wharton School, where his love began for strengthening operational structure and organizational capacity in the mission-based space. With successful stints as the comptroller and then chief financial officer of Penn Dental Medicine, he fully decided that operations and leadership in community-based healthcare was where he wanted to be. He is very excited to serve as the chief operating officer of Camden Coalition, where he brings business principles, like continuous improvement, systems thinking, and project planning, to the effective and efficient execution of the mission. Jared’s focus is largely internal, with emphasis on deepening structure, metrics, process, analysis, and planning for Camden Coalition’s existing programs and on supporting outcome- and performance-driven teams with mentoring, coaching, coordination, and integration. Jared and his husband live in the Society Hill area of Philadelphia, where they are slowly restoring the 204-year-old row home in which they live. Outside of work, Jared enjoys traveling, hiking, singing, supporting the arts, and spoiling his nieces and nephews.
Tunisia Sye
Tunisia Sye
STAFF ACCOUNTANT

Tunisia Sye: Staff Accountant, Accounting & Grants Administration

Tunisia Sye serves as the Finance Department's staff accountant where she contributes her professional knowledge, skills, and forward thinking ideas towards the mission of the Camden Coalition. Tunisia has prior professional experience in both non-profit and profit industries. She has received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and an M.B.A. from Strayer University.
Brian Thompson
Brian Thompson
COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER

Brian Thompson: Community Health Worker, Community Operations

Brian is a community health worker on the Care Management Initiatives team. He has extensive knowledge of community resources throughout Camden City and is passionate about working in the community with folks who are under served. In his free time, Brian loves spending time with his family/kids and loves sports!
Jasmyn Trent
Jasmyn Trent
PROJECT MANAGER

Jasmyn Trent: Project Manager, Portfolio Management

Jasmyn is the Project Manager for Portfolio Management. Prior to joining the Camden Coalition, she worked as a project coordinator for the University of Pennsylvania Health System. Jasmyn holds a Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management from Widener University, a B.S. in General Science from The Pennsylvania State University, and has plans to pursue a project management certification. Jasmyn spends much of her free time reading, spending time with family, or watching college football.
Aaron Truchil
Aaron Truchil
DIRECTOR

Aaron Truchil: Director, Strategy & Analytics

Aaron Truchil serves as the Director of Strategy & Analytics at the Camden Coalition, where he oversees the organization’s data and research activities, including the Coalition's integrated data system that merges individual-level data from across sectors (health, criminal justice, and other social services), the Coalition's shared savings performance evaluations, and a variety of applied health services research initiatives aimed at developing an evidence base around community-based care and cost management initiatives. Prior to joining the Coalition, Aaron worked as a program manager at CamConnect, a non-profit data warehouse in Camden that analyzes and reports on data on the City of Camden’s revitalization. Aaron earned a Master of Science in Social Policy from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. from Wesleyan University. When not in the office, Aaron enjoys spending time in the mountains climbing and hiking.
Jessica Valles
Jessica Valles
COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER

Jessica Valles: Community Health Worker, Community Operations

Jessica Valles is a community health worker at the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers. In this role Jessica provides outreach and care coordination services to Camden patients with a history of hospital utilization for chronic disease related conditions. Jessica has been providing advocacy for patients and helping develop care management strategies since 2013. Prior to this role Jessica studied at the Star Technical Institute and specialized as a medical assistant.
Kimberly Verdecchio
Kimberly Verdecchio
HUMAN RESOURCE COORDINATOR

Kimberly Verdecchio: Human Resource Coordinator, Human Resources & Talent Development

Kim is the Human Resource Coordinator for the Camden Coalition. Kim provides human resource support functions, assists with recruitment and on-boarding of new hires and interns, and provides benefits support to the Coalition. When she is not working, Kim enjoys spending time with her family, enjoying live music, and a good book.
Shelly Virva
Shelly Virva
ASSOCIATE CLINICAL DIRECTOR

Shelly Virva: Associate Clinical Director, Online Education

Shelly works for the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs developing online curriculum for complex.care. She is also a member of the Cross-Site Learning team providing both online and on-site training as well as working with the teams to develop training. She has her master’s degree in Social Work and has spent her entire career working with the complex, high-cost, high-needs patient population. In her free time, she loves playing soccer, running, snowboarding, and camping.
Corey Waller
Corey Waller
SENIOR MEDICAL DIRECTOR

Corey Waller: Senior Medical Director, Education & Policy

Corey has been friends with the Coalition for years. He comes to us from Spectrum Health in Western Michigan, with extensive training in pain, addiction, and emergency room medicine. At Spectrum, Corey opened and led the Center for Integrative Medicine starting in 2008, which saw patients with major medical, hard to diagnose conditions such as psychiatric illness, chronic pain and/or addiction.
Dawn Wiest
Dawn Wiest
DIRECTOR

Dawn Wiest: Director, Action Research & Evaluation

Dawn Wiest serves as Director of Action Research & Evaluation, where she leads research initiatives and mixed-methods evaluation projects to build and disseminate knowledge about complex care interventions and drive innovation in the field of population health. She also oversees the Neighborhood Health Compass, an initiative to create and disseminate curriculum through the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs to enhance the capacity of sites across the country to form successful data sharing partnerships and to use multi-sector data to address the social correlates of health in their communities. Prior to joining the Camden Coalition, Dawn served as a senior research analyst with the American College of Physicians and Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Memphis, where her research focused on globalization and social movements.
Carter Wilson
Carter Wilson
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR

Carter Wilson: Associate Director, Clinical Redesign Initiatives

Carter Wilson serves as the Associate Director for Clinical Redesign Initiatives. In this role, he works with program leads to plan and launch projects and monitors the progress of organization-wide initiatives, including the Medicaid ACO Demonstration Project. Carter previously worked with the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health and Human Rights as a Legislative Fellow. He has a Bachelor in Economics and a Master in Commerce and Economics.
Katie Wood
Katie Wood
PROGRAM MANAGER

Katie Wood: Program Manager, Strategic Planning & Consulting

Katie is the Program Manager for Strategic Planning & Consulting. In this role, she supports the implementation of internal and external projects related to the Coalition's broader strategic plan. Previously, Katie worked as a project manager in the Philadelphia office of Schultz & Williams, a consulting firm specializing in the nonprofit sector. When she isn't working, Katie spends time with her family and friends, swims at her local Y, and continues her search for Philadelphia's finest baked goods.
Qiang Yang
Qiang Yang
SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

Qiang Yang: Senior Program Manager, Action Research & Evaluation

Qiang Yang serves as the Senior Program Manager for Action Research & Evaluation in Strategy & Information department, where he will be mining data for key insights in support of the Camden Coalition’s mission and goals. He holds an M.S. in Statistics and a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Tulane University. In his spare time, Qiang loves reading books, listening to music and watching sports.
Amy Yuen
Amy Yuen
STAFF WRITER

Amy Yuen: Staff Writer, Communications

Amy Yuen is a Communications staff writer, creating the web and social media content to highlight patient stories and our projects and initiatives. A sociology major at the University of California, Davis, and a graduate of the MFA in Writing program at California College of the Arts, she managed communications for Stanford Graduate School of Education and worked in grantmaking to advance youth organizing and community arts as social change strategies. Amy is also a fiction writer, artist, and runner.