OUR COMMITTEES

Learn about our Governing Board and Committees

Governance Overview

Governing Board

Community and Consumer Voice Committee

Executive Committee

Finance Committee

Indigenous Nations Committee

Performance Measurement and Data Committee

Transformation Committee

Governing Board

HealthierHere is governed by a 26-member Governing Board that includes community members, consumers and tribal representatives, and draws from a range of sectors including behavioral health, consumers and community-based organizations, hospitals and health centers, local government, managed care organizations, social service providers, tribes and philanthropy. The Governing Board stewards HealthierHere’s overall mission, strategic plan, and progress, with support from committees and workgroups.

All Sectors
Tribes
Providers & Payors
Government
CBOs and Social Determinants
Community/Consumer
Stephen Kutz

Executive Director HHS, Cowlitz Indian Tribe

Tribal Seat

Stephen Kutz is the Executive Director of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe Health and Human Services Department. He is a founding board member of the Southwest Washington Regional Health Alliance, and alternate delegate to the National Congress of American Indians, the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians and the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Service.

Esther Lucero, (Co-Chair)

CEO, Seattle Indian Health Board

Urban Indian Health Center Seat

Esther Lucero is the Chief Executive Officer of the Seattle Indian Health Board, delivering health care services to the American Indian and Alaska Native community. She serves on the Governor’s Health Innovation Leadership Network and on the American Indian Health Commission’s Executive Committee. She has also served as a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Elizabeth “Tizzy” Bennett

Director, Seattle Children’s Hospital

Hospital/Health System Seat

Elizabeth is the Director of Guest Services and Community Benefit at Seattle Children’s Hospital. She has worked on numerous local initiatives, including with Public Health Seattle & King County and the Healthy King County Coalition on the Community Transformation Grant, on VAX Northwest and as a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Elise Chayet

Director of External & Community Partnerships, Harborview Medical Center

Hospital/Health System Seat

Elise serves as Associate Administrator at Harborview Medical Center (HMC) and has held numerous leadership positions at HMC and, prior to that, at Public Health Seattle & King County. She served on Seattle’s Family and Education Levy Oversight Committee, worked on King County’s Health and Human Services Transformation Plan and also was a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Kristin Conn

Family Physician, Kaiser Permanente

Primary Care Seat

Dr. Kristin L. Conn is a practicing Family Practitioner of Kaiser Permanente of Washington. Prior to joining Kaiser, she served as a clinician and Associate Medical Director at the St. John’s Well Child and Family Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center serving patients in Central and South Los Angeles and Compton.

Patty Hayes

Director, Public Health Seattle & King County

Local Public Health Seat

Patty Hayes serves as the Director of Public Health, Seattle & King County, playing a key role in numerous initiatives including King County’s Best Starts for Kids, Communities of Opportunity, Familiar Faces, Physical & Behavioral Health Integration, the Heroin and Opiate Task Force, among others. She was a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

David Johnson

CEO, Navos Mental Health Solutions

Behavioral Health Seat

David Johnson is the Chief Executive Officer of Navos and currently serves on numerous boards and local task forces including the Washington Council for Behavioral Health, Best Starts for Kids Advisory Board, Community Alternatives to Boarding Task Force, and the Physical and Behavioral Health Integration Design Committee. He was also a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Victor Loo

Director of Practice Innovation, Asian Counseling and Referral Service

Behavioral Health/Substance Use Seat

Victor Loo serves as Director of Recovery Services at Asian Counseling and Referral Service. He is actively involved with the King County Behavioral Health Providers Association, the King County Integrated Care Network and the National Council for Behavioral Health.

Daniel Malone

Executive Director, Downtown Emergency Service Center

Behavioral Health Seat

Daniel is the Executive Director of Downtown Emergency Service Center. He serves as board member of All Home and is involved in numerous community efforts including the Mental Health Providers Association, the Housing Development Consortium, the Heroin and Opiate Addiction Task Force, the Familiar Faces Steering Committee and the Physical and Behavioral Health Design Committee.

Caitlin Safford

Director of Government Relations, Amerigroup

Managed Care Organization Seat

Caitlin Safford serves as the Director of Government Relations at Amerigroup, where she previously held the role of Director of External Affairs and Community Development. Prior to this, she was the Strategic Policy and Communications Lead for Health Systems Transformation and Innovation at the Washington State Department of Health.

Raleigh Watts

Executive Director, Country Doctor Community Health Centers

Federally Qualified Health Center Seat

Raleigh Watts is Executive Director of Country Doctor Community Health Centers. He also serves on the Washington Health Benefits Exchange Advisory Committee and represents the Community Health Council on the Seattle Human Services Coalition Steering Committee.

Sherry Williams

Community Engagement Director, Swedish Medical Center

Hospital/Health System Seat

Sherry is the Community Engagement Director at Swedish Medical Center. She serves our community in numerous capacities including as board or task force member of Girls on the Run of Puget Sound, the Northwest African American Museum, the Providence Mirianwood Foundation, Project Access Northwest, and the American Heart Association’s Multicultural Initiative Task Force, among others.

Leo Flor

Director, King County Department of Community & Human Services

King County Government Seat

Leo Flor serves as King County’s Director of the Department of Community and Human Services. Prior to this, he led the Executive Office’s plan to renew and expand the Veterans, Seniors and Human Services levy and served on the King County Public Defense Advisory Board.

Semra Riddle

Councilmember, City of Lake Forest Park, Sound Cities Association

Suburban Area Seat

Semra Riddle is an elected councilmember from the City of Lake Forest Park. Delegate for Board member Erin Sitterley (Councilmember, City of SeaTac, Sound Cities Association), who resigned from the Board in January 2020.

Jeff Sakuma

Health Integration Strategist, City of Seattle, Human Services Department

City of Seattle Seat

Jeff Sakuma is the Health Integration Strategist for the City of Seattle in the Department of Human Services. Prior work experience includes at Youthcare, Northwest AIDS Foundation, and Group Health Cooperative, and on the boards of People of Color Against AIDS Network, Bailey-Boushay House and Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and Hawaiian Islands. Jeff was a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Steve Daschle

Executive Director, Southwest Youth & Family Services

Nonprofit Social Service Seat

Steve Daschle is the Executive Director of Southwest Youth and Family Services, an organization providing mental health, youth violence prevention, education, family support and youth development services. He has served as co-chair of the Seattle Human Services Coalition, on the strategy team of the King County Alliance for Human Service, and as member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Ceil Erickson

Director of Community Programs, Seattle Foundation

Philanthropy Seat

Ceil Erickson is the Director of Community Programs at The Seattle Foundation. Prior to this, she worked at Planned Parenthood of Western Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. She currently serves on the board of School’s Out Washington and is co-chair of the Statewide Capacity Collaborative to support local nonprofits.

Cathy Knight

Division Director, Aging and Disability Services

Long-term Care Services/Supports Seat

Cathy Knight is the Director of the Division of Aging and Disability Services (ADS) in the City of Seattle Human Services Department. Through the City’s partnership with the King County Department of Community and Human Services and Public Health—Seattle & King County, ADS is also the designated Area Agency on Aging (AAA) for Seattle-King County. In that role, ADS plans, coordinates, and advocates for a comprehensive service delivery system for older adults, family caregivers and people with disabilities in King County. Cathy previously served as the State Director for the Washington Association of Area Agencies on Aging (W4A).

Betsy Lieberman, (Co-Chair)

Consultant (Affordable and Public Housing Group)

Housing Seat

Betsy Lieberman is a leadership consultant with former leadership experience in non-profit community clinic and housing and social service sectors. Prior to this, she was the founding Executive Director of Building Changes and former long-term care program developer for Seattle-King County’s AIDS Health Services program. Betsy served as a member on the Interim Leadership Council.

Giselle Zapata-García

Co-Chair, Latinos Promoting Good Health

At-large Seat

Giselle Zapata-Garcia currently serves as Co-Chair of Latinos Promoting Good Health, a collaborative partnership that strives to improve the health of communities in Washington State. She has dedicated over 20 years to working with the community to assist them in navigating the health care system, connecting them to resources and advocacy.

Ahmed Ali

Executive Director, Somali Health Board

Non-profit Social Service Seat

Ahmed Ali is Executive Director of the Somali Health Board and has served on diverse boards, including the King County Immigrant/Refugee Task Force, the City of Seattle’s Sweetened Beverages Community Advisory Board and the Fred Hutchinson Health Disparities Community Advisory Board.

Roi-Martin Brown

Community Member, Washington Community Action Network

Community/Consumer Seat

Roi-Martin currently works with Washington Community Action Network on health and healthcare issues related to increasing strategic community participation between citizens. He serves as a Family Support Worker in Seattle Public Schools and has been an active participant of HealthierHere’s Community/Consumer Voice Committee.

Shelley Cooper-Ashford

Executive Director, Center for MultiCultural Health

Community-based Equity Network/Consumer Seat

Shelley Cooper-Ashford is the Executive Director of the Center for MultiCultural Health and a member of the Health King County Coalition. She has been involved in many community initiatives including Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health, National Black Leadership in Cancer, Seattle Partners for Community Health, among others. She was a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Stephen Kutz

Executive Director HHS, Cowlitz Indian Tribe

Tribal Seat

Stephen Kutz is the Executive Director of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe Health and Human Services Department. He is a founding board member of the Southwest Washington Regional Health Alliance, and alternate delegate to the National Congress of American Indians, the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians and the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Service.

Esther Lucero, (Co-Chair)

CEO, Seattle Indian Health Board

Urban Indian Health Center Seat

Esther Lucero is the Chief Executive Officer of the Seattle Indian Health Board, delivering health care services to the American Indian and Alaska Native community. She serves on the Governor’s Health Innovation Leadership Network and on the American Indian Health Commission’s Executive Committee. She has also served as a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Elizabeth “Tizzy” Bennett

Director, Seattle Children’s Hospital

Hospital/Health System Seat

Elizabeth is the Director of Guest Services and Community Benefit at Seattle Children’s Hospital. She has worked on numerous local initiatives, including with Public Health Seattle & King County and the Healthy King County Coalition on the Community Transformation Grant, on VAX Northwest and as a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Elise Chayet

Director of External & Community Partnerships, Harborview Medical Center

Hospital/Health System Seat

Elise serves as Associate Administrator at Harborview Medical Center (HMC) and has held numerous leadership positions at HMC and, prior to that, at Public Health Seattle & King County. She served on Seattle’s Family and Education Levy Oversight Committee, worked on King County’s Health and Human Services Transformation Plan and also was a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Kristin Conn

Family Physician, Kaiser Permanente

Primary Care Seat

Dr. Kristin L. Conn is a practicing Family Practitioner of Kaiser Permanente of Washington. Prior to joining Kaiser, she served as a clinician and Associate Medical Director at the St. John’s Well Child and Family Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center serving patients in Central and South Los Angeles and Compton.

Patty Hayes

Director, Public Health Seattle & King County

Local Public Health Seat

Patty Hayes serves as the Director of Public Health, Seattle & King County, playing a key role in numerous initiatives including King County’s Best Starts for Kids, Communities of Opportunity, Familiar Faces, Physical & Behavioral Health Integration, the Heroin and Opiate Task Force, among others. She was a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

David Johnson

CEO, Navos Mental Health Solutions

Behavioral Health Seat

David Johnson is the Chief Executive Officer of Navos and currently serves on numerous boards and local task forces including the Washington Council for Behavioral Health, Best Starts for Kids Advisory Board, Community Alternatives to Boarding Task Force, and the Physical and Behavioral Health Integration Design Committee. He was also a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Victor Loo

Director of Practice Innovation, Asian Counseling and Referral Service

Behavioral Health/Substance Use Seat

Victor Loo serves as Director of Recovery Services at Asian Counseling and Referral Service. He is actively involved with the King County Behavioral Health Providers Association, the King County Integrated Care Network and the National Council for Behavioral Health.

Daniel Malone

Executive Director, Downtown Emergency Service Center

Behavioral Health Seat

Daniel is the Executive Director of Downtown Emergency Service Center. He serves as board member of All Home and is involved in numerous community efforts including the Mental Health Providers Association, the Housing Development Consortium, the Heroin and Opiate Addiction Task Force, the Familiar Faces Steering Committee and the Physical and Behavioral Health Design Committee.

Caitlin Safford

Director of Government Relations, Amerigroup

Managed Care Organization Seat

Caitlin Safford serves as the Director of Government Relations at Amerigroup, where she previously held the role of Director of External Affairs and Community Development. Prior to this, she was the Strategic Policy and Communications Lead for Health Systems Transformation and Innovation at the Washington State Department of Health.

Raleigh Watts

Executive Director, Country Doctor Community Health Centers

Federally Qualified Health Center Seat

Raleigh Watts is Executive Director of Country Doctor Community Health Centers. He also serves on the Washington Health Benefits Exchange Advisory Committee and represents the Community Health Council on the Seattle Human Services Coalition Steering Committee.

Sherry Williams

Community Engagement Director, Swedish Medical Center

Hospital/Health System Seat

Sherry is the Community Engagement Director at Swedish Medical Center. She serves our community in numerous capacities including as board or task force member of Girls on the Run of Puget Sound, the Northwest African American Museum, the Providence Mirianwood Foundation, Project Access Northwest, and the American Heart Association’s Multicultural Initiative Task Force, among others.

Leo Flor

Director, King County Department of Community & Human Services

King County Government Seat

Leo Flor serves as King County’s Director of the Department of Community and Human Services. Prior to this, he led the Executive Office’s plan to renew and expand the Veterans, Seniors and Human Services levy and served on the King County Public Defense Advisory Board.

Semra Riddle

Councilmember, City of Lake Forest Park, Sound Cities Association

Suburban Area Seat

Semra Riddle is an elected councilmember from the City of Lake Forest Park. Delegate for Board member Erin Sitterley (Councilmember, City of SeaTac, Sound Cities Association), who resigned from the Board in January 2020.

Jeff Sakuma

Health Integration Strategist, City of Seattle, Human Services Department

City of Seattle Seat

Jeff Sakuma is the Health Integration Strategist for the City of Seattle in the Department of Human Services. Prior work experience includes at Youthcare, Northwest AIDS Foundation, and Group Health Cooperative, and on the boards of People of Color Against AIDS Network, Bailey-Boushay House and Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and Hawaiian Islands. Jeff was a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Steve Daschle

Executive Director, Southwest Youth & Family Services

Nonprofit Social Service Seat

Steve Daschle is the Executive Director of Southwest Youth and Family Services, an organization providing mental health, youth violence prevention, education, family support and youth development services. He has served as co-chair of the Seattle Human Services Coalition, on the strategy team of the King County Alliance for Human Service, and as member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Ceil Erickson

Director of Community Programs, Seattle Foundation

Philanthropy Seat

Ceil Erickson is the Director of Community Programs at The Seattle Foundation. Prior to this, she worked at Planned Parenthood of Western Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. She currently serves on the board of School’s Out Washington and is co-chair of the Statewide Capacity Collaborative to support local nonprofits.

Cathy Knight

Division Director, Aging and Disability Services

Long-term Care Services/Supports Seat

Cathy Knight is the Director of the Division of Aging and Disability Services (ADS) in the City of Seattle Human Services Department. Through the City’s partnership with the King County Department of Community and Human Services and Public Health—Seattle & King County, ADS is also the designated Area Agency on Aging (AAA) for Seattle-King County. In that role, ADS plans, coordinates, and advocates for a comprehensive service delivery system for older adults, family caregivers and people with disabilities in King County. Cathy previously served as the State Director for the Washington Association of Area Agencies on Aging (W4A).

Betsy Lieberman, (Co-Chair)

Consultant (Affordable and Public Housing Group)

Housing Seat

Betsy Lieberman is a leadership consultant with former leadership experience in non-profit community clinic and housing and social service sectors. Prior to this, she was the founding Executive Director of Building Changes and former long-term care program developer for Seattle-King County’s AIDS Health Services program. Betsy served as a member on the Interim Leadership Council.

Giselle Zapata-García

Co-Chair, Latinos Promoting Good Health

At-large Seat

Giselle Zapata-Garcia currently serves as Co-Chair of Latinos Promoting Good Health, a collaborative partnership that strives to improve the health of communities in Washington State. She has dedicated over 20 years to working with the community to assist them in navigating the health care system, connecting them to resources and advocacy.

Ahmed Ali

Executive Director, Somali Health Board

Non-profit Social Service Seat

Ahmed Ali is Executive Director of the Somali Health Board and has served on diverse boards, including the King County Immigrant/Refugee Task Force, the City of Seattle’s Sweetened Beverages Community Advisory Board and the Fred Hutchinson Health Disparities Community Advisory Board.

Roi-Martin Brown

Community Member, Washington Community Action Network

Community/Consumer Seat

Roi-Martin currently works with Washington Community Action Network on health and healthcare issues related to increasing strategic community participation between citizens. He serves as a Family Support Worker in Seattle Public Schools and has been an active participant of HealthierHere’s Community/Consumer Voice Committee.

Shelley Cooper-Ashford

Executive Director, Center for MultiCultural Health

Community-based Equity Network/Consumer Seat

Shelley Cooper-Ashford is the Executive Director of the Center for MultiCultural Health and a member of the Health King County Coalition. She has been involved in many community initiatives including Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health, National Black Leadership in Cancer, Seattle Partners for Community Health, among others. She was a member of the Interim Leadership Council.

Governing Board Meetings

HealthierHere values transparency. Our Governing Board meetings are open to the public and we make every effort to share meeting materials in advance.

Our next meeting is 05/07/2020 at 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Please see our calendar for details

Committees of the Board

Community and Consumer Voice Committee
(CCV)

Our next CCV meeting is 04/27/2020 at 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm


See our Events Calendar for details.

Purpose

The purpose of the Community and Consumer Voice (CCV) Committee is to proactively engage community-based organizations and the beneficiaries of services, and ensure that their voice guides and influences the decision-making of HealthierHere. The CCV helps HealthierHere co-design its priorities and projects with the communities they are intended to serve.

Members

Name, Organization
Elizabeth “Tizzy” Bennett, Seattle Children’s Hospital
Roi-Martin Brown, Washington Consumer Action Network
Joe Chrasti, IAF Northwest/Health Equity
Gladis Clemente, Promotora Comunitaria South Park
Shelley Cooper-Ashford, Center for Multicultural Health
Shantel Davis, Peoples Harm Reduction Alliance
Michelle DiMiscio, Community Health Workers KC
Lisa Floyd, KC Department of Community and Human Services
Dorothy Gibson, Sound Alliance/AF
Riham Hashi, Living Well Kent
Shamso Issak, Living Well Kent
Elizabeth Kimball, Public Health Seattle/KC
Guo Liao, Asian Counselling and Referral Service
AJ McClure, Global To Local
Hani Mohamed, Community Health Plan of Washington
Sonia Morales, Molina Health Care
Cicily Nordness, Seattle Housing Authority
Janelle Okorogu, Center for Multicultural Health
Hallie Pritchett, Lake Washington Institute of Technology
Isabel Quijano, Promotora Comunitaria South Park
Jihan Rashid, Community Member
Marguerite Ro, Public Health Seattle/KC
Julie Romero, Neighborhood House
Nadine Shiroma, Hepatitis B Foundation
Christine Stalie, DOH & Washington Immigrant Network
Jason Sterne, Hepatitis Education
Laura Titzer, Northwest Harvest
Janet Zamzow Bliss, Community Member
Giselle Zapata-Garcia, Latinos Promoting Good Health

Resources

HealthierHere’s CCV adapted a health equity impact assessment tool* to assess community impacts and mitigation strategies of our work.

Equity Tool
Instructions

*originally developed by the Healthy King County Coalition

Executive Committee
(EC)

Purpose

The purpose of the Executive Committee is to assist the Governing Board in executing its responsibilities, including such actions as may require the attention of the Board or exercise the Board’s authority in intervals between meetings of the Board. The Executive Committee is also responsible for supporting and providing guidance to the Executive Director (ED), as well as overseeing the ED’s annual performance evaluation.

Members

Name, Organization
Kristin Conn, Kaiser Permanente
Shelley Cooper-Ashford, Center for MultiCultural Health
Steve Daschle, Southwest Youth and Family Services
Ceil Erickson, Seattle Foundation
Patty Hayes, Public Health – Seattle & King County
Betsy Lieberman, Affordable and Public Housing Group
Victor Loo, Asian Counseling & Referral Service
Esther Lucero, Seattle Indian Health Board
Sherry Williams, Swedish Hospital

Finance Committee
(FC)

Purpose

The Finance Committee is responsible for fiscal oversight related to the internal operations of HealthierHere such as the administrative budget; the external flow of Delivery System Reform Incentive Payments (DSRIP) from the fiscal intermediary to community partners; and ad-hoc financial analysis in support to the Governing Board and its committees, as needed.

Members

Name, Organization
Roi-Martin Brown, Washington Consumer Action Network
Janine Childs, Neighborcare
Steve Daschle (co-chair), Southwest Youth and Family Services
David DiGiuseppe, MCO – CHPW
Ceil Erickson, Seattle Foundation
Pam Gallagher, Swedish Hospital
Patty Hayes, Public Health – Seattle & King County
Stacy Kessel, MCO – CHPW
Hiroshi Nakano (co-chair), Valley Medical
Jeff Sakuma, City of Seattle, HSD
Karen Spoelman, King County DCHS – BHRD
Jenny Tripp, DESC
Mike Vanderlinde, University of Washington Medicine

Indigenous Nations Committee
(INC)

Purpose

The purpose of the Indigenous Nations Committee is to proactively engage Native serving community-based organizations, Indigenous professionals, traditional healers, AI/AN/I story-tellers, AI/AN/I Elders, AI/AN/I cultural experts and beneficiaries of services to ensure that their voices guide the decision-making of HealthierHere.

The Indigenous Nations Committee helps HealthierHere co-design its priorities and projects with respect for trust and treaty obligations, sovereignty, historical and intergenerational trauma, and other effects of colonization, using culturally attuned, indigenous and community-led approaches.

Members

The Indigenous Nations Committee was formed in late 2019 and became a formal committee of the Board in early 2020. Membership will be posted here soon.

Performance Measurement and Data Committee
(PMD)

PMD meetings are currently on hold pending charter and membership updates. 

Purpose

The Performance Measurement and Data Committee (PMD) supports HealthierHere’s data and evaluation needs. The PMD provides recommendations, helps address the need for data sharing in our region, and promotes alignment of our work with related local initiatives.

Update February 2020: HealthierHere staff are working to update the PMD charter and membership to better meet the evolving needs of the organization. Updates will then be brought to the Executive Committee for review. 

Members

Name, Organization
Samantha Clark, Multicare
Matt Doxey, Urban Indian Health Institute
Melissa Ford Shah, King County DCHS
Jeff Gepner, SCORE Jail
Laurel Lee, Molina Healthcare of Washington
Sunshine Monastrial, International Community Health Services
Maureena Moran, Seattle Children’s Hospital
Mattie Osborn, Amerigroup
Marguerite Ro, Public Health – Seattle & King County
Sally Sundar, YMCA of Greater Seattle
Matt Weltner, Navos Mental Health Solutions
Russ Woolley, CHI Franciscan – Highline Hospital

Transformation Committee
(TC)

Purpose

The purpose of the Transformation Committee (TC) is to ensure that HealthierHere, the Accountable Community of Health for the King County region, can accomplish its goals to catalyze and test new and better ways to respond to health and social problems on behalf of King County residents, especially the most vulnerable, in partnership with providers and community organizations, so that the system can work better for everyone.

Members

Name, Organization
Lois Bernstein, MultiCare
Siobhan Brown, Community Health Plan of Washington
Elise Chayet, Harborview Medical Center
Shelley Cooper-Ashfor,d Center for MultiCultural Health
Doug Crandall, Sound
Katie Escudero, King County Housing Authority
Michael Erikson, NeighborCare Health
Chloe Gale, Evergreen Treatment Services
Jeff Hummel, Comagine Health
Amelia Davis, Coordinated Care
Laura Johnson, UnitedHealthcare
Isabel Jones, King County Department of Community and Human Services
Eli Kern, Public Health – Seattle & King County
Laurel Lee, Molina Healthcare of Washington
Rayburn Lewis, International Community Health Services
Susan McLaughlin, HealthierHere
Marguerite Ro, Public Health – Seattle & King County
Caitlin Safford, Amerigroup
Andrea Yip, Aging and Disability Services, City of Seattle

Upcoming Events

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