Ralph Silber has a Master’s degree from UC Berkeley in Public Health, with a concentration in health policy and planning. He has more than twenty-five years of experience in community health, primary care, and health policy. For more than 25 years, he has served as the Executive Director of the Alameda Health Consortium, the association of eight non-profit community health centers in Alameda County, California. He is also the Chief Executive Officer of the Community Health Center Network, a managed care and practice management organization with 65,000 managed care members. Mr. Silber is a founding member of the Board of Directors of the California Primary Care Association and the Chair of the National Association of Community Health Centers, Health Center Controlled Network Task Force. He has served on numerous government advisory committees at the federal, state, and county levels and has delivered presentations at numerous national conferences. He has held research and teaching positions at both UC Berkeley and Stanford. He has authored articles in the American Journal of Public Health and Medical Care.
Ms. Bailey Lindsey has been at the Consortium since 1994, and a non-profit program administrator of community health services for over 25 years. Ms. Bailey Lindsey oversees administration for a wide range of projects, including two federally-funded Ryan White programs that provide primary care services to individuals living with HIV and AIDS in Alameda County. She began her career working with low-income pregnant and parenting women, and their families, ensuring their access to quality medical care and psychosocial support services. Ms. Bailey Lindsey received her B.A. in Social Welfare from San Jose State University. She is involved in various organizations that serve disenfranchised populations with innovative and sensitive care.
Greg Garrett brings more than a decade of health policy, strategy, finance and operations experience to help leverage opportunities for community health centers. He has experience in managed care, having served as the Chief Strategy and Government Affairs Officer for the Center for Elders Independence in Oakland. He also was the Chief Operating Officer at the Bill Wilson Center in Santa Clara, a behavioral health agency focused on homeless youth and families. In addition, Greg has 15 years of public and private sector experience working to improve conditions in underserved communities as a Director in the City of Oakland’s Economic Development Agency, and also as Vice-President of an Oakland-based affordable housing development organization. Greg was a former member of the Board, and past Chairperson, of the California Housing Partnership Corporation, and he has served on numerous other planning and advisory committees. Greg holds a Master of Public Health from San Francisco State University and a Bachelor of Arts in International Political Economy from UC Berkeley.
Elizabeth Ante is the Administrative Assistant for the Alameda Health Consortium. She has been with the consortium for five years. Elizabeth was born and raised in the Philippines, and graduated from St. Scholastica’s College where she studied Business Administration. Her passion in life is dancing and during her free time, she enjoys teaching ballroom dance.
Njeri McGee-Tyner has served as Alameda Health Consortium’s Eligibility and Enrollment Director since 2007. She has extensive experience in enrollment and retention strategies. Her years of experience include public health programs, staff trainings, and project planning and implementation. Prior to this position, she worked at the Alameda County Medical Center supervising eligibility and enrollment staff. Njeri holds a B.S. degree in Health Sciences from CSU, East Bay. She is extremely dedicated and passionate about her work with a desire to implement projects that provide access to healthcare for underserved communities.
Megan Crowley joined the Consortium as the HIV ACCESS PCMH Project Coordinator in May 2012. Most recently, she was the Program Coordinator for the Partnership for Family Health, a consortium of clinics providing HIV Primary Care and supportive services to women, youth, and children in Northern Manhattan, New York City. Megan’s experience also includes working at Planned Parenthood Golden Gate, César E. Chávez Institute, and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. She received her MPH in 2008 from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, focusing on Sexuality and Health.
Dan Clanon has been helping HIV ACCESS clinics implement and maintain electronic health records (EHR) since 2002. He is currently working on a Patient Centered Medical Home demonstration project at the same ACCESS clinics, and will be helping to allow EHRs to support panel management at those programs. Dan has a BA in marine biology from the University of California Santa Cruz and has worked as an IT support professional since 1997.
Kristen Clopton joined Alameda Health Consortium in September 2013 as the Project Coordinator for Eligibility and Enrollment. She facilitates projects that support member services staff at the consortium’s associated health centers and aid in the enrollment of underserved patients into health insurance and county service programs. Prior to joining AHC, Kristen worked in the areas of quality and operations improvement for hospitals and health systems. She regularly participates in community service and mentoring activities. Kristen earned her BA in sociology from the University of Michigan and her MHSA from the UM School of Public Health.
Latonya Hines is the Director of Finance for the Alameda Health Consortium and the Community Health Center Network and has been with the companies since 2003. Latonya received her BBA in accounting from Howard University. After spending the beginning of her professional career in the world of private accounting, she found that working to improve accessibility for the low-income and uninsured populations in Alameda County to be more fulfilling and aligned with her own world views. Besides running the accounting departments for two organizations, and CHCN’s eligibility department, she also serves as Treasurer of her homeowner’s association board.
Haleh brings experience in advocacy and storytelling through film, photo and prose to raise the visibility of changemakers. She has worked with nonprofits, government, foundations and academia, across multiple policy issues and has participated in a range of outreach and advocacy campaigns. She has produced hundreds of short films, visuals and core stories and believes that how we tell our story changes our behavior and helps us measure ourselves against our mission.