Bob provides strategic leadership for mission fulfillment, working with The Association's Board of Directors to develop and implement long-range planning and responsible stewardship of the Association’s resources.
Ashley leads the development of The Association's training and technical assistance programs by facilitating dialogue, collaboration, and interdisciplinary learning among health centers, The Association and other stakeholders critical to Our mission, and offers input as part of the leadership team to guide overall organizational strategic action.
Eric facilitates The Association’s financial activities, ensuring compliance with federal and state laws and regulations regarding grants, human resources, payroll, and reporting. He collaborates with leadership on contracts and budget preparation and monitors state and federal grants.
Deanna manages and collaborates on Board related projects from conception to completion including: board development and maintenance, public relations, marketing and communications, data management, meeting and schedule coordination, event planning and website maintenance.
Ian joined The Association as a Senior Advisor in September of 2018, providing strategic and operational expertise revolving around payment and delivery system based on his past experience across provider, payer, government, and life sciences sectors. Ian is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Washington Department of Health Services in Seattle, Washington.
Hannah supports Washington's federally qualified health centers in the delivery of evidence-based care to improve clinical outcomes. Hannah coordinates in-person and webinar training events, collects, manages, and reports data, and distributes tools and resources to member health centers in regular Association communications. She facilitates peer-to-peer linking among Association members and partners to share best practices and lessons learned. She is a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt and NCQA PCMH Certified Content Expert.
Katherine manages workforce development for member health centers through The Association's apprenticeship programs and other training opportunities, helping to recruit licensed medical professionals for CHCs. Katherine promotes the apprenticeship programs and manages grant directives for innovative healthcare apprenticeship models.
Amanda strengthens the capabilities of CHCs by promoting workforce development through The Association's apprenticeship program. Through database management, progress monitoring, and advising, Amanda supports a network of apprentices across the state from enrollment to graduation and beyond.
Karie manages data collection and analysis projects in support of The Association's strategic priorities, provides data training and assistance, works on SDH data efforts and is heading up the PCAs research projects.
Patricia supports the health centers to reduce health disparities and increase access to comprehensive primary care services among the underserved. Through training, technical assistance and safety net communication, she works to link upstream investment, enabling services and community engaged strategies to advance access and primary care.
Kate has advocated for Washington's community health centers with the Washington State Legislature and executive agencies since 2008. She helps lead the public policy team, advises the joint legislative committee, and nurtures legislative and stakeholder relationships to advance the mission of assuring access to care for everyone, especially the most vulnerable in our communities.
Alyssa recently relocated to Washington from her hometown in Northern California after receiving her BA in Public Health from the University of South Carolina. She works closely with the Workforce Apprenticeship program by managing apprentice applications, coordinating with partner organizations, and organizing kick-off events for new cohorts.