Breeann Hoerning received a bachelor of science from the University of Arizona and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. She joined Providence Service Corporation (NASDAQ: PRSC) in 2000 and worked in finance until moving to the corporate strategy team in January 2013 where she is the Director of Collaborative Care. Breeann has expertise in new business development, collaborative care models, strategic planning, revenue cycle management, software maintenance and implementation, financial analysis, operational evaluation and efficiency, and project management. Prior to starting at Providence, Breeann worked for a private practice physician, then for a physical therapy practice. Breeann is a founding board member of a Dequenesh. Breeann is an active barrel racer, President of Southern Arizona Barrel Racing Association, and a member of Delta Mu Delta International Business Honor Society.
Corky Poster, RA, AICP
Corky is a Registered Architect, a Certified Planner and the Qualifying Party for a General Contractors license (the Madrugada Group, Inc.). Mr. Poster’s education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree (Magna cum laude) from Harvard College (1969) and a Master of Architecture degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design (1973). He has practiced architecture, planning and urban design, with a focus on housing and community development, in Tucson since 1973. He is one of three principals at Poster Frost Mirto. After 28 years as a faculty member at The University of Arizona, Mr. Poster is now a Distinguished Professor Emeritus, and has served as a Dequenesh Advisor for 6 years.
Pamela S. Lotke, MD, MPH
Pam is our medical director and supervising physician. A 1996 graduate from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, she spent four years at the Beth Israel Medical Center completing her residency, and is currently a board certified obstetrician and gynecologist for University Physicians Healthcare. She speaks fluent Spanish and French, is an Arizona Clinical Research Scholar with interests in family planning and contraception, adolescent health and alternative medicine. In her spare time she hangs out with her family. We look forward to her leadership and guidance as we prepare to expand our services to provide comprehensive well-woman care.
Martha Moore-Monroy, MA
Martha is the program director for the Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) Pima County Cervical Cancer Prevention Partnership, based at the University of Arizona, National Center of Excellence for Women's Health. She serves as the Regional Director for the National REACH Coalition Board of Directors, an organization dedication to the elimination of health disparities. The primary focus of her professional career has been working with promoters/community health workers, and community-based coalitions dedicated to eliminating health disparities in medically under-served and minority populations.
Ms. Monroy has served as a consultant and collaborator to a variety of university, community and non-governmental organizations to include: the Arizona Department of Health Services, The UA Rural Health Office, Mariposa Community Health Center, Arizona Mexico Border Health Foundation, Woman to Woman Lay Health Educator Project and Arizona Community Health Outreach Worker Association.
John Ehiri, PhD, MPH, MSc
Dr. Ehiri is director and professor, Division of Health Promotion Sciences, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona. Dr. Ehiri's research and teaching focuses on social and behavioral aspects of disease prevention, and on global maternal, child and adolescent health. Most recently he has focused on HIV prevention, in keeping with its huge global importance.With over 20 years experience in global health, Dr. Ehiri has authored/co-authored more than 70 peer-reviewed articles, in addition to a book (Maternal and Child Health), and numerous book chapters. He is a member of the Global Health Council, Washington, D.C., The Global Academy for Tropical Health (GATH) and a member of the World Health Organization's (WHO) advisory group for studying food-borne diseases.
Brandy McLain, MS
Brandy started off designing a 5,000-square-foot, one-stop-shop health clinic for Dequenesh. Since then we’ve gone mobile, but she has been steadfast in her commitment to the board since 2003, currently serving as the board president. Her undying leadership provides Dequenesh with a firm foundation and forward momentum for progress. A U of A College of Architecture graduate, she holds a Bachelor’s of Architecture and Master’s of Science in Planning. Keep your eyes open for this up-and-coming urban designer.