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KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Dynamic organizations around the world have been invigorating their conferences and meetings through a new trend in Unity and Teamwork that was brought from Africa to the world by The Drum Café. The Drum Café’s unique approach is ‘very’ hands-on and leverages music as a common language to relate to one another, find alignment, celebrate success, and tackle challenges – together.

A musical background is not required as the transformation that occurs between the music as being 'wrong' and the music as being 'right' is easily understood by everyone despite their musical sensibilities, thanks to the innate sense of rhythm we all naturally possess. The Drum Café gives us a chance to express our own individual rhythm. And when like-minded individuals come together and merge their rhythmical experience into one musical expression or “group vision”, the unity of that group and the relationship with itself is made manifest by the quality of the sound/music produced.

Don’t fret about your sense of rhythm as you ponder this thought because we promise that you don’t need any musical experience whatsoever to qualify as a performer in a Drum Café…but just know that there are no spectators for this experience as you will see from the drum that will be in front of you!  This powerful experience was conceived in South Africa 20 years ago and since then has made its way into over 50,000 corporate and educational meetings and conferences in over 40 countries around the world.


SPEAKERS

 

Jenny Bartlett-Prescott, Senior Director of Integrated Health, Church Health: Jenny Bartlett-Prescott is the Senior Director of Integrated Health.  She has served in a variety of leadership positions at the Church Health Center for 19 years.  For much of that time, Jenny directed the Center's Wellness facility but later transitioned to Clinical Services in 2010 as part of the Church Health Center's effort to integrate a wellness approach into the medical setting.  Jenny has a Master's degree in epidemiology and is part of the leadership team driving quality improvement in the clinic and across the Center's program areas.

Presentation: Practical Quality Improvement Strategies in a Busy Community Clinic

 

Adam Bradley, MPH, Executive Director, Luke's House: A Clinic for Healing and Hope: A native of Almond, WI, a town of less than 500 people in Central Wisconsin, Adam Bradley graduated from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse in 2013 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology and Spanish. Adam moved to New Orleans in August 2013 to pursue a Master’s of Public Health at Tulane University, and became the Executive Director of Luke’s House in August of 2015. He lives eight blocks away from the clinic with his wife, Aubree Thelen, and their dog Stella. Some of his hobbies include currently listening to musician Phil Ochs and watching videos of economist Mark Blyth.

Presentation: Creating and Implementing a Fundraising Plan

 

Cheryl Bressington, BS, MBA, Executive Director, HelpCare Clinic: Ms. Bressington became Executive Director of HelpCare Clinic in Kearney, Nebraska in January of 2016. She has past experience in human resource and financial management, grant writing, fundraising and marketing. She has worked in higher education, non-profits, manufacturing and retail management.

Presentation: HELP! (Helping Executives Leap Potholes) Lessons Learned During the First Year as a New Director of a New Clinic

 

Monti Castaneda, MPH, MA, Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation, Americares: Monti Castaneda holds an MPH in global public health and an MA in Latin American/Caribbean studies, both from NYU. Monti has experience in clinical research and public health and serves as Monitoring and Evaluation Manager for Americares.

Presentation: Health Coaching - When Medication is Not Enough to Achieve Health Outcomes in Patients with Chronic Disease

 

Juanita Castillo, MSN, MS, RN, CDE, DNP candidate, Health Coach, Americares Free Clinic of Danbury: Juanita Castillo has a BS in Public Health and Nursing, and a MS in Nursing. She is a DNP candidate at Capella University. She is the Manager of the Health Coaching Program for Americares Free Clinic of Danbury.

Presentation: Health Coaching - When Medication is Not Enough to Achieve Health Outcomes in Patients with Chronic Disease

 

Cindy Cole, RN, Executive Director, Community Health Services of Union County, Inc.:  As a Staff Nurse and Nurse Manager for many years in the for-profit sector, managing a non-profit agency for 12 years has been a rewarding challenge. As the agency’s only grant writer, Cindy loves to complete difficult marketing projects, foundation & private grants ahead of schedule. She has successfully submitted and received over $4 million in grant funding for Community Health Services Free Clinic. This project is very dear to her heart and a long-time goal, having expanded the diabetes program in 2010 to add a diabetes free clinic, with the help of Dr. Gwendolyn Perkins. In collaboration with Wingate University, CHSUC became a full-service adult free clinic in September.  A graduate of the University of South Carolina, with a degree in Nursing, Cindy is an active member of the Union County Chamber of Commerce - Women in Business, serves on the Clinical Advisory Board for Strategic Planning at Wingate University and the Clinical Advisory Board of Southeastern Institute. Cindy is a member of the Union County Community Partners and the Union Regional Home Care Professional Advisory Board. She enjoys singing, playing piano and spending time with her four grandchildren.

Presentation: Point-of-Care Laboratories: How’s it going? Panel Discussion and Q & A – Sponsored Session

 

Rusty Curington, PharmD, BC-ADM Pharmacy Manager/Clinical Pharmacist, St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy/Good Samaritan Free Health Center: Rusty Curington, PharmD, BC-ADM, is the pharmacy manager for St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy and clinical pharmacist for Good Samaritan Free Health Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. He received his doctorate of pharmacy degree and residency training from the University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy where he serves as Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy.  At the charitable pharmacy, Dr. Curington manages daily operations and writes grants for the development of new clinical services.  His responsibilities at the free health center include precepting students and residents to provide diabetes management, tobacco cessation, and medication reconciliation services.

Presentation: Prescription for Collaboration: Engaging Pharmacists in Your Clinic

 

Julie Darnell, PhD, MHSA, Associate Professor of Public Health Sciences, Loyola University Chicago: Julie Darnell is an Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences, Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University Chicago. Dr. Darnell’s research focuses on access to, delivery & financing of health care for poor/vulnerable populations.

Presentation: Right Knowledge. Right Place. Right Time. ECHO: A Revolutionary Model for Expanding Access to Specialized Care in Underserved SettingsIN DEPTH DOUBLE SESSION – SPONSORED SESSION

 

Joe Diver, Vice President, Twine Health: Joe Diver is the Executive Vice President of Twine Health. Joe has 20 years of Health IT leadership experience including serving as Chief Information Officer of Berkshire Health Systems and Bassett Healthcare.

Presentation: Hypertension Improvement - When Patient's Lead, Everyone Wins!

 

Suzie Foley, Executive Director, Greenville Free Clinic: Executive Director of Greenville Free Medical Clinic since 1999;  Serves on the NAFC Board of Directors since 2009; Former Chair of the Board of Directors of the SC Free Clinic Association;  Over 10 years experience in nonprofit management and fundraising with United Ways in El Dorado, Arkansas and Greenville, South Carolina; Member of Blue Ridge Institute and Furman University Riley Diversity Leadership Academy;  BA in Radio/TV Management and Journalism from University of Louisiana – Monroe.

Presentation: What I Know Now That I Wish I Knew Then - Knowledge Nuggets from a 25-year-old Dental Clinic

 

Kenneth Foster, PA-C, Physician Assistant, Open Arms Clinic: Kenneth Foster is a certified Physician Assistant from Oklahoma City, OK.  Kenneth has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Masters of Business Administration, and Masters of Health Sciences in Physician assistant studies from the University of Oklahoma.  Kenneth began volunteering and medical assisting at Open Arms Clinic, in Oklahoma City, and is now a full time Physician Assistant at the Clinic. He resides in Oklahoma City with his wife and 2 daughters.

Presentation: Yes! You Too Can Diagnose, Manage, and Even Cure Hepatitis C at Your Charitable Clinic

 

Susan Gardner, RN, Care Coordination Manager, Grace Medical Home: Susan Gardner has served as Care Coordination Manager with Grace Medical Home since 2011.  She graduated from University of Central Florida with a degree in business and later pursued a nursing degree from Valencia College.

Presentation: Tracking the Social Determinants of Health - How a Free or Charitable Clinic Can Move the Health NeedleIN DEPTH DOUBLE SESSION

 

Stephanie Garris, JD, Chief Executive Officer, Grace Medical Home: Stephanie has a lengthy career in civic activism and community service. Prior to working at Grace, she served as Executive Director for the American Cancer Society in Central Florida and held several positions in the federal legislative arena when she lived in Washington, D.C., including the American Hospital Association and the American Medical Association. Stephanie is also a member of the NAFC Board of Directors.

Presentation: Tracking the Social Determinants of Health - How a Free or Charitable Clinic Can Move the Health NeedleIN DEPTH DOUBLE SESSION

 

Pete Gosar, Executive Director, Downtown Clinic: Pete became the 3rd Executive Director of the Downtown Clinic in October of 2015 after serving as a volunteer and member of the Downtown Clinic Board of Directors. In addition to his work with the Downtown Clinic, Pete is the co-owner of two small businesses based in Laramie, Wyoming.  Gannett Aviation is an aircraft management company and has experience managing and flying small jets and turboprops based in Laramie, Wyoming.  Wildland Rehab LLC, is a habitat restoration company that manages riparian restoration and wildlife-friendly, fence construction.  Pete was elected Chair of the Wyoming State Board of Education in 2015 and served in that capacity during the last two years of his tenure (2011-2017).  Pete has degrees from the University of Wyoming (B.A. Secondary Education) and San Juan Community College (A.A. Aviation Technology).  Pete is a lifelong Wyoming resident and lives in Laramie with his partner, Devon O’Connell and her son, Isaac. 

Presentation: Point-of-Care Laboratories: How’s it going? Panel Discussion and Q & A – Sponsored Session

 

Karen Gottlieb, RN, BSN, MBA, Executive Director, Americares Free Clinics: Karen Gottlieb was named Executive Director of Americares Free Clinics in 1996. Under Karen’s leadership, the program has grown to become the largest free clinic network in the state with four locations serving 3,200 patients annually.  Karen serves on the Board of the National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics and on the Board of Directors of Norwalk Hospital in Norwalk, CT. She earned a nursing degree from Russell Sage College and a Master of Business Administration degree from Columbia Business School.

Presentation: Health Coaching - When Medication is Not Enough to Achieve Health Outcomes in Patients with Chronic Disease

 

Judith Haasis, MSSW, ACSW, Executive Director CommunityHealth: Judith Haasis has been the Executive Director of CommunityHealth since 2004.  With more than 20 years of senior management experience in the nonprofit sector, she has spearheaded the growth of organizations involved in direct services, advocacy, leadership development and philanthropy at the community and national levels.  Judy is a founding member and Chair of the Illinois Association of Free and Charitable Clinics and serves on the Board of the Chicago based Southside Healthcare Collaborative. She serves on the Community Leadership Board of Presence Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center and the Community Advisory Council of the University of Chicago Medicine.

Presentation: Building a Culture of Board Engagement: Yes, it is Possible!

 

Tamara Hamlish, PhD, Executive Director, ECHO-Chicago: Tamara Hamlish, PhD, is the Executive Director of ECHO-Chicago. She joined the Section of Academic Pediatric Health Services at the University of Chicago in 2007. In 2009, Dr. Hamlish joined Dr. Johnson in launching the ECHO-Chicago at the University of Chicago.

Presentation: Right Knowledge. Right Place. Right Time. ECHO: A Revolutionary Model for Expanding Access to Specialized Care in Underserved SettingsIN DEPTH DOUBLE SESSION – SPONSORED SESSION

 

Ian Hedges, CEO, HealthNet of Rock County: Since 2015, Ian has served as the Executive Director for HealthNet of Rock County, Inc., one of the largest Free and Charitable Clinics in Wisconsin. From 2013-2015, Ian served as the Associate Director of HIV Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine for the American Psychiatric Association. In this role, Ian expanded a national education network on HIV and mental health and helped broadened the association’s strategy around integrating primary care and mental health care. Ian was a contributing author of American Psychiatric Association's Dissemination of Integrated Care Within Adult Primary Care Setting, published in the American Journal of Psychiatry.

Presentation: Bringing Behavioral Health Services Under Your Umbrella: A Fantasy or Reality?

 

Emily Hendel, MS, NP-C, Director of Clinical Services, CommunityHealth: Emily is the Director of Clinical Services at CommunityHealth in Chicago, IL.  She received her Master of Science in Nursing from DePaul University in 2004 and the same year started as a staff RN at CommunityHealth. Emily is bilingual English/Spanish and has a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the College of Wooster.

Presentation: Right Knowledge. Right Place. Right Time. ECHO: A Revolutionary Model for Expanding Access to Specialized Care in Underserved SettingsIN DEPTH DOUBLE SESSION – SPONSORED SESSION

 

Suzanne Hoban, MPH, Family Health Partnership Clinic: Suzanne has an MPH from the University of Illinois and is the founder and ED of FHPC in Crystal Lake, IL. Ms. Hoban brings expensive program planning experience as well as practical implementation experience,  has presented at state and national conferences on topics ranging from fund raising to quality improvement and is past president of the IAFCC.

Presentation: Right Knowledge. Right Place. Right Time. ECHO: A Revolutionary Model for Expanding Access to Specialized Care in Underserved SettingsIN DEPTH DOUBLE SESSION – SPONSORED SESSION

 

Nancy Hudson, Vice Chair, NAFC Board of Directors: Nancy was a founder and Executive Director of Charlotte Community Health Clinic (CCHC) for sixteen years (2000 - 2016). She helped lead the clinic from a one night/week volunteer clinic to a paid staff of 24, over 400 volunteers and two full-time locations. CCHC is now a federally qualified health clinic and continues to grow to meet the needs of low-income, insured and uninsured residents of Mecklenburg County. Nancy currently serves as Vice President for the NAFC Board of Directors.

Presentation: Hope Is Not a Strategy - IN DEPTH DOUBLE SESSION

 

Donney John, PharmD, Executive Director, NOVA ScriptsCentral: Dr. Donney John, PharmD, is the Executive Director of NOVA ScriptsCentral, a non-profit pharmacy that provides free medications to uninsured patients in the Northern Virginia area.  Dr. John has expertise in the areas of precision medicine, patient engagement, population health management and mobile health technology solutions. He serves as a medical advisor for a variety of companies focused in the areas of health/wellness, patient engagement and medication adherence. Dr. John holds both national and regional leadership roles as the National Co-Chair for Kaiser Permanente BioBank Community Advisory Board and Co-Chair of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Health Equity Council Awareness Committee.

Presentation: Is Getting to the Doctor Enough to Help Improve Health Outcomes?

 

Kara Krebs, MSW, Medical Care Manager, Centre Volunteers in Medicine: Kara holds an undergraduate degree in social work from Lock Haven University. She received an MSW at the University of Pittsburgh, focusing in community organizing and social administration. Kara currently is the medical case manager at CVIM.

Presentation: Case Management: The Hidden Gem to Comprehensive Care

 

Terry Ladwig, Director & Chair of Strategic Planning Committee, Lake Area Free Clinic - Throughout her career, Terry has guided a wide range of corporate and not-for-profit clients through all phases of strategic planning and execution; as well as marketing and business development initiatives, grounded in a thorough analysis and understanding of each client’s unique culture, business objectives and expectations.

Presentation: Making a Case to “Invest” in Your Clinic: Critical Documents That Will Make a Difference to Donors, Supporters and Grantors

 

Alberta Landis, RDH, PHDHP, BS, Med, Vice President of Dental Services, Community Volunteers in Medicine: Alberta D. Landis is V.P. of Dental Services at Community Volunteers in Medicine in West Chester, PA. Alberta graduated from Temple University School of Dental Hygiene.  Alberta began her clinical teaching career as the Director of Dental Hygiene Service Program in Perkiomen Valley School District and is an instructor at Harcum College School of Dental Hygiene where she teaches Clinical and Community Dentistry. Her honors include the Distinguished Temple Dental Hygiene Alumni Award. Alberta is a distinguished member of the Academy of Dental Hygiene and a Past President of the Pennsylvania Dental Hygienists’ Association.

Presentation: Miles of Smiles:  Addressing Community Health Disparities Through Mobile Dental Health

 

Andrea Mantione, MHA, MSN, CRNP, DNP, Director and Nurse Practitioner: Director & NP of the Leahy Clinic. She earned a Doctorate of Nursing Practice. She is a board member of the Free Clinic Association of PA, and a committee member for both Geisinger-CMC Pt Safety & Infectious Disease and Northeast Health Literacy Coalition.

Presentation: What is the Association Between Diabetes and Lifestyle Changes Due to Acculturation in Hispanic Immigrants?

 

Kristie Mattzela, MSW, LSW Clinical Services Director, Centre Volunteers in Medicine: Kristi holds an undergraduate degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Penn State University and a Master's Degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She has worked in Child Welfare, but has spent the last 16 years in Medical Social Work. Kristi provided HIV/AIDS prevention/education to at risk populations prior to joining CVIM at its inception 14 years ago. Kristi has worked as a case manager, dental assistant, dental coordinator, and case management supervisor prior to becoming the Clinical Services Director 8 years ago. Kristi oversees all 4 service areas of CVIM; medical, dental, case management, and medication assistance.

Presentation: Case Management: The Hidden Gem to Comprehensive Care

 

Angie McLaughlin, Executive Director Community Health Clinic: Angie McLaughlin is the Executive Director of the Community Health Care Clinic in Normal, Illinois. She serves on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics and the United Way of McLean County.

Presentation: I Wish I Had Thought of That

 

Christina Newport, Associate Director, Americares: Christina Newport has over twelve years’ experience in public health. She serves as the Associate Director of the U.S. Program at Americares and oversees the program's Mental Health Initiative (MHI) to expand efforts in the U.S. to improve access to care and medicine in the behavioral health care safety net. She is also responsible for leading Americares Chronic Disease Care Program (CDCP) and its initiatives focused on prediabetes and hypertension.

Presentation: Right Knowledge. Right Place. Right Time. ECHO: A Revolutionary Model for Expanding Access to Specialized Care in Underserved SettingsIN DEPTH DOUBLE SESSION – SPONSORED SESSION

 

Donna Minnix Proctor, Executive Director, Free Clinic of Franklin County: Donna was appointed Executive Director of the Free Clinic of Franklin County in March of 2015. Prior to that, she led Grace Network, a crisis intervention center in Martinsville, VA and served as the Executive Director of the Bedford Community Health Foundation, a health legacy organization in Bedford, VA. Before moving into the non-profit world in 2006, Proctor worked for Virginia Tech as an Extension Agent, and for the Virginia Department of Health as a Community Health Educator. She obtained her BS and MS degrees from VA Tech and has extensive training in facilitation, teambuilding, and strategic planning. Proctor is a Certified Health Education Specialist and a qualified user of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. She lives in Franklin County, Virginia, on her family farm, Briarwood, with her husband of 44 years, two horses, a rescued boxer and four cats. In her spare time she enjoys writing plays and romance novels, acting in amateur theater, and riding her purple Harley Davidson Sportster 1200 Custom. In addition to her work with the Free Clinic, Proctor co-hosts “Rise and Shine,” Cable 12 YNN’s morning show.

Presentation: Point-of-Care Laboratories: How’s it going? Panel Discussion and Q & A – Sponsored Session

 

Steven Sacket, MD, Medical Director, Open Arms: Dr. Sacket is a board-certified family physician from Oklahoma City, OK. After graduating medical school at the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine in 2003 and the Great Plains Family Medicine Residency in 2006, he has been in private practice for 11 years. He currently splits his time between an independent private practice, Northwest Family Medicine, in NW Oklahoma City and the Open Arms Clinic, a charitable clinic in NW Oklahoma City, where he has been Medical Director since 2013. He resides in Edmond, OK with his wife and 4 children.

Presentation: Yes! You Too Can Diagnose, Manage, and Even Cure Hepatitis C at Your Charitable Clinic

 

Angie Settle, DNP, APRN, BC, FNP, CEO West Virginia Health: Angie is the CEO of WV Health Right, Inc., the largest and oldest Free & Charitable Clinic in West Virginia. She has devoted her entire professional career to providing care for the impoverished and underserved of her state. She has worked as a Family Nurse Practitioner, Clinical Coordinator and now the CEO of her clinic during her 20-year tenure there.  Angie has been married for 28 years and has 6 children, age 19 to 6-year-old twins.

Presentation: Combating the Drug Epidemic and Addressing the Challenging Comorbidities Associated with the Disease

 

Laura Starr, BFA, Director of Development and Communications, CommunityHealth: Laura Starr joined CommunityHealth in 2013, after having worked in nonprofit development and communications for more than a decade. Most recently, she served as Director of Development for Chicago Children’s Theatre, and has also worked with Chicago Children’s Advocacy Center, The Governor’s Prevention Partnership (Hartford, CT), and The Alford Group – a national consulting firm for nonprofits. Laura holds a B.F.A. from Millikin University.

Presentation: Building a Culture of Board Engagement: Yes, it is Possible!

 

Mike Romagnoli, Community Health Care Clinic: Mike began his career as a volunteer at the Community Health Care Clinic in 2004 as a Spanish interpreter. Now as Operations Manager, he is responsible for the overall day-to-day functions of the clinic, including patient care, volunteer utilization and data collection/reporting.

Presentation: Right Knowledge. Right Place. Right Time. ECHO: A Revolutionary Model for Expanding Access to Specialized Care in Underserved SettingsIN DEPTH DOUBLE SESSION – SPONSORED SESSION

 

Dan Thistlethwaite, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, West Virginia University, Psychiatrist, Psycare, Inc., Volunteer Provider, West Virginia Health Right: Dr. Thistlethwaite has been a psychiatrist since 1991.  He graduated from WVU and is a Clinical Asst. Professor for WVU. In addition to his work at WV Health Right, he maintains a private practice and has experience in prison and forensic psychiatry.

Presentation: Combating the Drug Epidemic and Addressing the Challenging Comorbidities Associated with the Disease

 

Maria Vital, BS, MHA, PhD, Operations Manager, Leahy Clinic: Maria is the Leahy Clinic’s Operations Manager. She works closely with the Clinic Director managing community projects and initiatives of the clinic. She also works closely with healthcare providers, students, and community volunteers at the clinic, serving as the Volunteer Services Coordinator and developed a strong rapport with the diverse population of Lackawanna County. Maria earned a Bachelor degree in International Relations, a Master of International Trade and Health Administration, and a Doctorate in Human Development with a concentration in Health Promotion. She is the VP of Lackawanna IAC and a board member of the Weingburg Food Bank.

Presentation: What is the Association Between Diabetes and Lifestyle Changes Due to Acculturation in Hispanic Immigrants?

 

Shannon Watson, Secretary, NAFC Board of Directors: Shannon was Executive Director at Tri City Health Partnership in St. Charles, IL for ten years.  During her tenure, the clinic grew and developed a robust fundraising component and added much needed dental services to their scope of practice. As a non-profit business consultant, Shannon relies on her diverse medical/business and entrepreneurial background to assist organizations to successfully achieve their missions. Shannon currently serves as Secretary on the NAFC Board of Directors and is a former state association and institutional review board member.

Presentation: Hope Is Not a Strategy - IN DEPTH DOUBLE SESSION

Presentation: I Wish I Had Thought of That

 

John Wilguess, Executive Director, Oklahoma Dental Foundation: John Wilguess serves as Executive Director of the Oklahoma Dental Foundation, which eliminates barriers to oral health care for Oklahomans.  He has specialized in helping political campaigns, non-profits and churches in fund development, board training, marketing and public relations across the nation since 1986, raising more than $35 million dollars.  He has extensive experience in speaking to groups across the nation on fundraising, organizational development, strategic planning and civic engagement.  John has been a deacon in his church for 18 years and has been the Missions Ministry Director for the past 10 years with mission outreach efforts in 13 nations.

Presentation: Now is a Great Time to Raise Money!  Are you Kidding Me?!  Managing Support for your OrganizationIN DEPTH DOUBLE SESSION

 

Linda Wilkinson, MPA, CEO, Virginia Association of Free and Charitable Clinics: Linda Wilkinson is currently the CEO of the 60-member Virginia Association of Free & Charitable Clinics and a board member of the NAFC.  She has over 20 years of experience in health care ranging from serving as Insurance Administrator for a private practice to serving as Director of Government Affairs for the law firm of Mezzullo and McCandlish. Her undergraduate degree is in Political Science from Randolph-Macon College; she received her MPA with a concentration in Nonprofit Management from Virginia Commonwealth University; in 2015 Ms. Wilkinson received accreditation as a Patient-Centered Medical Home Certified Content Expert from NCQA.

Presentation: Orange is NOT the New Black