I am the Chief Program Office with TAP-IN. TAP-IN was created to connect seasoned healthcare professionals with opportunities for purposeful civic engagement, with an initial focus on tapping-into this wonderful resource to donate their time in service to the uninsured in many of the nations free clinics.
As a former ED of a statewide Free Clinic Association, a former Development Director at a Free Clinic, and a current Board Member of the National Association of Free Clinics, I thought I would share observations, and also generate dialogue on the unique world of the free clinic.
Of course, this is all my personal opinion and does not reflect the opinions of any of the above...or Major League Baseball...
As Chief Program Officer for TAP-IN, I provide direction for all aspects of TAP-IN’s work to recruit and engage retired and near-retired health professionals.
Before TAP-IN, I served for three years as the Executive Director of the North Carolina Association of Free Clinics. Prior to my work there, I was the Resource Development Director at Davidson Medical Ministries in Lexington, NC. I am a graduate of Cornell University (Ithaca, NY) and earned my MBA from Wake Forest University (Winston Salem, NC).