104 – All of Us Research
318 – Alzheimer’s – Patient & Caregiver Perspectives
Clinical Research Program Director of Nursing Research
Dr. Angela M. Allen has a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from Arizona State University College of Nursing and Healthcare Innovation, a Master of Education/Educational Specialists (EdS), a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN).
Dr. Allen has been employed with Banner Health and Arizona State University for over 14 years. She currently serves in numerous capacities, including Banner Health co-investigator and as a research mentor for several studies such as the Dementia Clinical Initiative, Dementia Care Partners, Dementia Awareness in a Hospital Setting, Steps to Hope, and Family and Community Services – Focus Groups.
Dr. Allen’s most recent work has been addressing cultural diversity in the clinical setting and engaging the African American community in research.
“I love the opportunities Banner Health/Research provides. It allows me to interact and collaborate with clinical and community settings in a creative and systematic way.”
“Perhaps one of the accomplishments I am most proud of are achieving a terminal degree and applying it to the work I’ve done in the African American Community through my research in Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.”
312-1 – Healthy Eating (demo)
After school at the University of North Carolina, Angela returned to her family and a career in Banking on the Gulf Coast. Her continued education, leadership roles, community service, and quick advancement within the company prepared Angela for an unexpected opportunity. Now, finding herself back in Chapel Hill as Vice President of Mulberry Square Productions, Inc., she began down a new path that brought exciting experiences and lifelong friends. After being involved in all aspects of production with movies, television, video, and children’s books, Angela found herself faced with yet a new path. Just after her youngest graduated high school, God and Mother Nature forced an early retirement. A few years passed while getting her health under control during which Angela renewed her passion for community service. Now, Angela, her husband and granddaughter live in Phoenix with their three fur-babies.
Since an early age, Maikyleigh has had a passion for reading and learning. With an inquisitive mind, she has used her time to be involved with the Chief Science Officer’s program in a leadership role, the National Jr. Honor Society, Student Government, and others. While maintaining an average grade of A during her education career, Maikyleigh has also kept busy with basketball, track and swim. Community service is an important part of her family life and will continue throughout hers.
204 – City of Phoenix Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) Program –
Help is on the Way!
City of Phoenix, Emergency Rental Assistance Program Manager
Anna Vasquez has over 18 years of experience working with the City of Phoenix, Community Action Program. Anna specializes in the development, administration, project management, and compliance monitoring of social service programs, and in supporting professional level staff. Anna routinely manages emergency financial assistance grant funding. She supports the largest funded utility and rental assistance program in the state of Arizona, administering a programmatic budget of $20 million in local, state and federal grant dollars. Anna is a powerful force in the workplace and uses her positive attitude and tireless work ethic to encourage others to work hard and succeed.
316 – SRP: Monthly Discounts & Programs to Reduce Energy Cost
SRP, Community Relations Program Manager
101/203 – COVID-19 Panel Discussion & Update – Panelist
Brittane Parker, M.D., is a board-certified Hospital Internal Medicine practitioner and the Associate Program Director for the Transitional Residency in Arizona. She formerly worked at the University of Arizona College of Medicine — Phoenix Campus and served as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine.
Her clinical focus includes:
- Managing complex acute and chronic conditions in the hospital setting
- Collaborating with interdisciplinary and interprofessional colleagues to provide comprehensive and personalized care
- Promoting health care maintenance, general well-being and resiliency
- Discharge planning and coordinating care during transitions to the outpatient setting
In addition to her clinical activities, Dr. Parker is dedicated to medical education and helping residents leverage their strengths to become exceptional leaders in health care. She is an active member of the Hospital Internal Medicine Quality and Patient Safety Committee working with students and colleagues on various projects to improve the care of Mayo Clinic patients.
308 – Finance Management & Empowerment
Dawson Debt Elimination
My mission is to free you from all debt and start you on your way to being financially free and able to leave a legacy. Let me show you how to pay ALL of your debt in 1/2 to 1/3 the scheduled time.
320 – Prostate Cancer
Cassandra Moore. M.D. received her MD degree from the University of New Mexico
School of Medicine and completed her residency at the University of Massachusetts. She then completed a Hematology/Oncology Fellowship at Duke University Medical
Center and went on to several years in private practice before returning to Duke Cancer Center as Clinical Associate working with the Duke Cancer Network and DCI GU Oncology Research. Dr. Moore and her family relocated to Phoenix where she joined Banner MD Anderson. serving as Lead Physician. AZ West for 3 and half years prior to joining Mayo Clinic Staff as Senior Associate Consultant in 2019.
Dr. Cassandra Moore is an educator and speaker in educational meetings for community oncologists, families and caregivers and is closely involved in the mentoring and education of medical students, residents and a contributor to the Hematology/Oncology Fellowship program.
Dr. Cassandra Moore conducts clinical research trials in genitourinary oncology with a special focus in prostate cancer and is involved in the Early Therapeutics research program. She is a member in professional organizations such as ASCO, ACOS, ASBP and Alliance for Clinical Trials and is actively involved in Health Care Disparities and Health Equity research and advocacy.
FIBCO family Services, Inc.
Chiquita is responsible for all operations of FIBCO (Facilitating Independence Building Comprehensive Opportunities) which provides quality affordable housing, quality food and clothing distribution, and transition assistance for African immigrants settling into the Phoenix area. Additionally, FIBCO provides support services as needed for low-income underserved and marginalized members in the Phoenix metro community.
Prior to becoming FIBCO Executive Director in February 2020, Chiquita served on the FIBCO Board of Directors for three years as Chair of the Housing Committee and Board Secretary. Following her passion for service Chiquita has served in a variety of community service leadership roles including Community Support Executive Girl Scouts – Arizona Cactus-Pine, Chief Operating Officer at the Editha House Foundation. Editha House provides affordable lodging for adult cancer patients and their adult caregivers traveling to Phoenix for medical treatment.
At the National Institutes of Health – Woodmont House (Washington DC metro), Chiquita managed a transitional housing program for patients and their families who were receiving treatment through clinical trials. She also served as Cooperative Services Manager at the Betty’s House National Center for Children and Families (DC metro area) where she helped start up and manage transitional housing programs for immigrant women and their children who were victims of domestic violence.
Chiquita is a member of the Phoenix Rotary 100 Satellite Club, while also serving on the Board of Leading Change working towards advancing social justice and progressive values in the community.
306 – COVID-19 Q&A
Dr. Christian Bime is an Associate Professor (tenured) of Medicine at the University of Arizona School of Medicine, Tucson. He joined the Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Sleep, and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Arizona School of Medicine in 2013 after completing fellowship training in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Dr. Bime has been with Banner UMC-Tucson for 8 years and has served as the medical director of Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) since 2016. In addition to his clinical and leadership duties, Dr. Bime has an active translational research program that investigates the genetic contribution to health disparities in critical care and novel therapies for acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)
101/203 – COVID-19 Panel Discussion & Update – Panelist
Chyke A. Doubeni, M.D., M.P.H., is Professor of Family Medicine and the inaugural director of the Mayo Clinic Center for Health Equity and Community Engagement Research. He also serves as the Associate Director for Community Outreach and Engagement in the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center. Dr. Doubeni as well is the Director for the Community Engagement – Mayo Clinic Center for Clinical and Translational Science. He is a member of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and has served on scientific panels. He received the 2010 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government on science and engineering professionals in the early stages of their career for accomplishments in research, mentoring, and community service. He also received the Sadie Gerson Distinguished Scholar Award from the University of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Doubeni has expertise in clinical and public health interventions to improve access to care and reduce disparities in the burden of chronic disease in communities. He has conducted extensive research in delivery systems and communities to improve the process, quality, and effectiveness of cancer prevention and screening that has informed guidelines and efforts internationally on improving cancer screening, with a focus on colorectal cancer. Dr. Doubeni authors topics on colorectal cancer screening for UpToDate, an online point-of-care, evidence-based clinical information resource. He directs the transdisciplinary National Center for Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care, supported by the Health Resources & Services Administration to advance innovative models for improving access to care for mental health and substance use disorders. He has directed NIH-funded training program in cancer clinical epidemiology (T32) and concurrent investigator development during clinical residency (R38).
Dr. Doubeni is a Physician Leadership Academy (PHLA) Aresty Scholar from the Wharton School Executive Education program (with Deloitte). He is certified both by the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Doubeni previously served as Chair of Family Medicine and Community Health at the Perelman School of Medicine – University of Pennsylvania, where he was the Harrison McCrea Dickson, M.D. and Clifford C. Baker, M.D. Presidential Professor. He had served as Interim Associate Vice Provost for Diversity at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
303 – Diabetes Management
Doctor of Pharmacy/Master of Public Health
Dr. Danielle M Gilliam, PharmD, MPH is a Senior Obesity Medical Liaison (ML) with Novo Nordisk Inc. (NNI) on the West Coast. As a ML, Dr Gilliam has thorough knowledge of obesity, diabetes and the science that supports NNI products within those disease states.
Dr Gilliam attended Xavier University in New Orleans for her undergraduate studies in Chemistry and the University of Illinois Chicago for her Doctorate in Pharmacy. Her 20 years in the field of diabetes includes clinical, research and industry experience. Dr Gilliam has over a decade of experience in the area of obesity. Dr Gilliam recently completed her Master’s in Public Health – Policy and Administration degree with a concentration in Health Disparities at the University of Illinois-Chicago School of Public Health. She is certified in diabetes education and medical writing and editing.
Dr. Gilliam has a strong commitment to her community. Dr Gilliam represents the American Diabetes Association (ADA) as the President of the Community Leadership Board Phoenix Chapter and as a member of Diversity Committee for the National ADA Chapter. Dr Gilliam is the NAACP Arizona State Conference Health Chair. She is a member of The Obesity Society, Endocrine Society, Obesity Medicine Association, American Pharmacy Association and Xavier University Alumni Association.
In 2013, Dr Gilliam was awarded the Lily Hines-Marbley Advocacy Award by the American Diabetes Association Phoenix Chapter and the Arizona State Conference NAACP Committee Chairperson Award in 2018.
103 – Homicide as a Public Health Concern in Communities of Color
Donald T.J. Godbold, MD, MS, MBA is an Emergency Medicine Physician and Physician Administrator. He is a Board-Certified Emergency Medicine Physician and still sees patients clinically part-time. Over the past eighteen years he has held progressively increasing administrative and healthcare leadership role for various corporations. He is a graduate of Michigan State University Medical School, University of California, Davis, with a degree in Psychology, San Francisco State University with a Masters in Clinical Psychology, and the University of Tennessee with an MBA. He completed his Internship and Residency in Emergency Medicine at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, IL.
101/203 – COVID-19 Panel Discussion & Update – Panelist
CMO, Equality Health
Edmond L. Baker Jr. MD is the current Medical Director for Equality Care Centers and hold a faculty position at Arizona State University.
Dr. Baker is experienced working in underserved healthcare deserts of both rural and urban America.
He received his undergraduate degree from Temple University, and his medical doctorate from University of Michigan Medical School. His postgraduate training was obtained at University of Michigan, the Phoenix Integrated OB/GYN Program, and Lahey Clinic.
Dr. Baker had a non-traditional journey to medicine. After serving in the United States Army, he began a career DuPont Automotive Products where he became the first African American account manager. After fifteen years, he left his corporate job to pursue his dream of medicine.
He is married and the father of three sons. He remains heavily involved in the African American community here in Phoenix.
309-1 – Healthy Eating (Demo) – E. Godbold
Effie Godbold, BSN, RN, LE has been in the healthcare field for over twenty-five years. She started her health care journey as an ER volunteer in one of the busiest Chicago trauma centers, to become a Registered Nurse and advance into nursing administration. For the past ten years, Effie has concentrated in the field of aesthetic/cosmetic nursing and obtained an aesthetician license. She is passionate about equity in health care and education and spends considerable time volunteering to help with the narrowing of the health care disparities and education achievement gap.
Chairman, Board of Directors, FIBCO Family Services, Inc.
Ernie is Executive Coach and President of Urquhart Consulting. He works with mid-late career professionals and executives in corporate and not-for profit organizations helping them develop their skills and competencies for 21st century leadership, and for life after career.
Ernie enjoyed a progressive and robust HR career with organizations such as Johnson & Johnson, Exxon, and Dignity Health/Common Spirit where he was system Executive Vice President before he retired to Arizona with his wife Michelle Urquhart. His governance career includes serving as director officer at the Museum of the African Diaspora (SF), The Leverage Network (Chicago) Decision Resources (Mass.) and Holy Temple Church (Phila.). He chooses to be a busy retiree.
Ernie is proud co – Founder (2001), with Michelle, and serves as President of the Urquhart Memorial Foundation which annually awards scholarships to African American students from Philadelphia (his native town) attending Pennsylvania Colleges and Universities (he’s a Penn State alum).
304 – Insurance Solutions
Mundell Solutions Agency
I am a licensed Health and Life insurance Broker who specializes in helping Seniors navigate the complexities of Medicare.
At Mundell Insurance Solutions we offer caring and unbiased education and support to help individuals understand the different plan types and the options that are available. We will guide you through this process step by step, bringing clarity and simplicity to the process of choosing, the coverage that will work best for you.
Once you are enrolled in a plan, you will also have the peace of mind that comes from knowing that we are just a phone call away when you need help. Best of all there is no charge for our service.
305 – Mental Health
Josè brings over 12 years of experience working with diverse clientele within the social service profession to his therapeutic practice. He is fluent in Spanish and English and enjoys working with clients of all ages who speak either language. As a clinician, José uses a holistic approach through different therapeutic modalities to serve each client’s individual needs.
202 – Essential Messages from Essential Workers – Nurses
Black Nurses Association of Greater Phoenix Area
LaTanya has over twenty years of nursing experience and is currently a Clinical Consultant with Sanvello Health. LaTanya has expertise in a variety of settings including cardiology, hospice, and case management. Most recently she has been part of a collaborative team that published Social Determinants of Health and the Role of the Case Manager, for the National Black Nurses Association Newsletter, Spring 2020.
LaTanya received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Chicago State University and obtained a Master of Science in Nursing with a focus in informatics from Walden University. Her academic achievements include induction into Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) – Honor Society of Nursing. LaTanya is also a certified case manager.
LaTanya is the President of the Black Nurses Association, Greater Phoenix Area. Her service has been instrumental in achieving the organization’s mission to reach minorities in the community.
315 – Melodies for a Healthier Mind
Latrice Gettings is a serial entrepreneur, speaker, Podcast host of All Things Education, and founder and President of Purposeful Pathways Consulting Services (an educational consulting service with a vision of providing support, materials, and resources for all students to close the achievement gap and empower confident and creative individuals). As a diverse, experienced educator of twenty years, Latrice brings unique perspectives acquired from her upbringing in the inner-city of Chicago, IL, coupled with her continuous quest for teaching all populations of students. Using real-world examples infused with research and an evidence-based curriculum, Dr. Gettings inspires others to develop their purpose, build confidence, and believe in themselves.
Latrice has learned the value of setting goals, making clear plans, building relationships, and having resiliency as the first in her family to earn a doctorate in organizational leadership with an emphasis in special education. Latrice’s dedication, hard work, and determination to substantially impact education inspired her to obtain a BA and MA in early childhood education. Also, she received certificates in English as a Second Language (ELL) and gifted education and multiple awards and recognition for showing growth academically and having the highest scores in the district.
Earning a second master’s in educational administration and completing the doctoral program has proved an attitude and determination of providing a service to others. Latrice knows that education opens the path to understanding others’ views, perspectives, and beliefs. This outlook inspired her to teach, develop, and mentor students and teachers. She brings this commitment to education with her business as a consultant to empower others to achieve success.
102 – Health Advocacy & Health Equity
Laura Keller is a Director of State Government Affairs for the American Diabetes Association (ADA), overseeing nine states. (AZ, AK, ID, MT, NM, OR, UT, WA, Washington DC) Laura successfully collaborates with state legislators, volunteers, community partners, and coalitions to effectively promote and support our state legislative priorities. Laura works to protect and secure state mandates for diabetes coverage, enact policies that make insulin affordable for those who need it, enact laws that require states to develop diabetes action plans that promote prevention and health equity, and ensure state laws and regulations allow students with diabetes to be medically safe at school and have the same access to educational opportunities as their peers without diabetes. Laura has been with the ADA for over 21 years having served roles in government affairs, fundraising, and youth programs.
101/203 – COVID-19 Panel Discussion & Update – Moderator
Director, Community & Business Relations at Mayo Clinic, DLA, CBBC
Marion Kelly serves as Director for the Office of Community & Business Relations within Public Affairs at Mayo Clinic. In this role, Mr. Kelly provides leadership for the organizations’ efforts to build solid neighbor, civic and corporate relationships. Additionally, he is responsible for Mayo Clinic’s external Diversity & Inclusion effort for the Arizona campus.
Marion’s broad experiences are in both the education and political arena. His experiences include teaching elementary education, working in the United States Senate, Indiana University School of Medicine Administration and Assistant Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs at Mayo Medical School. Mr. Kelly was an appointee in the George W. H. Bush White House administration as Special Assistant for At Risk Youth Initiatives at the United States Department of Labor, and as the White House Liaison for the Labor Department.
Mr. Kelly holds degrees from Kentucky State University and University of Kentucky. He has completed additional PhD graduate coursework in Psychology at Indiana University.
He serves his local community as:
Grand Canyon University, Member Board of Trustees
Maricopa County Community Needs Assessment Partnership, Partner
Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine-Arizona Campus, Admission Committee Member
Coalition of Blacks Against Breast Cancer, Co-Founder & Administrator
Diversity Leadership Alliance, Founder & Board Member
Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce, Board Member
313 – Breast Cancer Realties of Coping and Survival
Dr. Michele Halyard serves as the Dean of the Arizona Campus of the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine
Dr. Halyard earned her BS and M.D. degree from Howard University, where she also completed her residency in radiation oncology. Dr. Halyard completed her fellowship in radiation oncology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. She is the past chair of the Department of Radiation Oncology and has also been in a member of the highest governing boards of Mayo Clinic.
Dr. Halyard is a professor of radiation oncology. Her area of expertise is in the treatment of breast cancer and head and neck cancer. Her primary research area of expertise is the use of quality-of-life data and patient reported outcomes in cancer clinical practice.
Dr. Halyard is a member of the Phoenix Chapter of the Links and a member Delta Beta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority where she serves on the health committees of both organizations.
She is the cofounder and current President of the Coalition of Blacks Against Breast Cancer (CBBC), an organization cofounded by the Phoenix Chapter of the Links, Incorporated, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity Gamma Mu Boule, and Mayo Clinic. CBBC is dedicated to providing support for breast cancer survivors and their supporters as well as providing education to the Black community within the Phoenix metropolitan area about breast health including mammography screening and breast cancer diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship.
201-1 – Arizona Public Service: Utility Assistance Programs
Michelle joined APS in 2000 and has served in various roles in community and economic development and developed and implemented several enterprise-wide initiatives. In her current role she manages the APS Limited Income programs and is fortunate to work with agencies and organizations throughout Arizona to assist customers.
Michelle is a St. Louis native and graduate of Maryville University. A long-time Phoenix resident, she serves on the City of Peoria Economic Development Advisory Board, ASU Community Advisory Board and is a Luke AFB Honorary Squadron Commander Alumna.
307 – Cancer Screenings
My name is Myeisha Andrews and I am currently the Clinical Administrative Director of Banner MD Anderson located on the Banner University Campus. I have obtained all of my professional experience in nursing and administration at Banner Health, working as a patient care assistant, then as an inpatient nurse in Women & Infant Services and Women’s oncology followed by leadership roles as RN manager and Associate Director in outpatient oncology care. Pursuing nursing as a profession is hands down one of the best decisions I have ever made. I work daily as an advocate to deliver quality patient care and treating each patient with dignity and respect. I take pride in being a resilient, transformational leader who can cope and adapt to the constant evolution of healthcare while inspiring and motivating team members to innovate and create change positively impacting the future of their work.
321 – Yes, you can be a Homeowner
Napoleon B. Andrews is a multi-million dollar producing real estate advisor who strives to establish a unique rapport with each client based on trust coupled with a committed effort to ensure client needs are met. For the past 13 years, he climbed the corporate ladder while developing himself into an award-winning leader at a major shipping company. However, his love for people led him to make the jump from corporate management to become a Real Estate Advisor. Now he uses his attention to detail to help his clients navigate their real estate transactions. He specializes in bringing peace of mind to his clients at any and all income levels.
317 – Myth Busting COVID-19
Dr. Nathan Delafield is an Internal Medicine Physician working at Valleywise Health and Mayo Clinic. He was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona and attended Arizona State University. He completed medical school at Indiana University and Internal Medicine residency at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. Dr. Delafield devotes his time to medical education, mentorship, philanthropy, community engagement and advocacy. He is passionate about improving Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in healthcare.
309 – Affordable Housing is Available
Nellie Nekouie leads Housing + Health initiatives at UnitedHealthcare Community & State in Arizona and Nationally. The Housing + Health program helps low-income individuals and families with complex social, medical and behavioral health needs access essential services that are the gateway to better health. UnitedHealthcare Community & State proudly serves six million members in 31 states, plus Washington D.C. UnitedHealthcare is a division of UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH) which is a diversified health and well-being company with a mission to help people live healthier lives and help make the health system work better for everyone.
Nellie brings with her more than 15 years combined experience in community education, financial planning and care management for underserved populations. As an advocate for domestic violence survivors in Orange County, CA, she worked with the judicial system to create interpersonal violence prevention and education programs at area high schools.
311 – Tech Communications Skills for all ages
Nyla Godbold is a freshman at the University of California, Davis, majoring in international relations and on the pre-med track. She is a 2020 graduate of University High School in Tolleson, Arizona where she was a member of the National Honors Society, a Grit Champion in Mathematics, and on the Dean’s Scholar List. Nyla is very active in her local community and has a passion for serving others. She helped foster a “culture of community” among her high school peers by creating Grit Guru Club, a club devoted to mentor underclass students academically, socially, and personally. She has years of coding and technical experience through various workshops and experiences ranging from her late middle school to high school years. Nyla recognizes and understands that there are significant healthcare delivery issues in this country, but our worst American healthcare days can be the best day for others residing in third world countries. Bringing attention and health resources to these less developed countries is what Nyla believes is her passion and calling at this time.
301 – Racial Disparities in Heart Disease: Lessons Learned from COVID-19
Dr. Paul Underwood MD, FACC is a cardiologist with over 20 years’ experience in clinical care and research here in the Valley. A graduate of Morehouse College, he attended medical school at Mayo Clinic-Rochester and received cardiology training at the Cleveland Clinic. As a practicing cardiologist he has worked throughout the Banner, Abrazo, HonorHealth and Iasis health systems. Prior to joining the medical device industry, Dr. Underwood worked closely with the American Heart Association Community Health Initiatives and established Barbershop Blood Pressure screenings, Power to End Stroke, Corazon de Corazon and CHOICES (Changing Health Outcomes by Improving Cardiovascular Education and Screenings) heart disease awareness programs. Dr. Underwood was a founder of the Center for African American Health-AZ and a former president of the Association of Black Cardiologists. He currently serves as medical director for Interventional Cardiology and Close the Gap, Boston Scientific’s health equity initiative.
301 – Racial Disparities in Heart Disease: Lessons Learned from COVID-19
System Director, Women’s Heart Health, Dignity Health, Arizona
Rachel M. Bond, MD, FACC is a board-certified attending cardiologist who has devoted her career to the treatment of heart disease through early detection, education, and prevention. She is the System Director of Women’s Heart Health at Dignity Health, in Arizona. Dr. Bond is the Co-chair of the Women in Cardiology Committee, as well as Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee for the Arizona Chapter of the American College of Cardiology. She most recently has been appointed to serve on the Women in Cardiology Section Leadership Council for the National Chapter of the American College of Cardiology. She holds a faculty position as Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at Creighton University School of Medicine.
Dr. Bond is the author of several review papers referencing sex and gender differences and cardiovascular conditions that predominantly affect women, along with opinion pieces aimed at addressing health equity, reducing health disparities, and promoting the professional development of women and minorities in the health-science profession. She has a passion for advocacy of education and mentorship and has advised as an expert source through news and media outlets. Her clinical interests include heart-disease prevention, pregnancy-related heart conditions, and cardio-oncology and lipid disorders. Her research interests currently include the heart-mind connection, cardio-rheumatology and gender disparities in valvular heart disease.
312 – Diabetes Management in Brown & Black
Dr. Correa is a trained physician-scientist in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism with a focus on rare endocrine genetic conditions. Dr. Correa has experience working with undeserved communities and developing projects to improve prevention and care. Dr. Correa has expertise in conducting clinical research Cushing syndrome, Cushing disease, Healthcare disparities and genetics of rare endocrine conditions. Dr. Correa has been involved in multiple academic, scientific, and educational activities. Dr. Correa has published more than 55 papers in the peer review journals and is part of multiple scientific journal editorial committees.
201-1 – Arizona Public Service Utility Assistance Programs
Shareé has held several roles at APS in customer service, marketing and communication, she currently serves as a strategic partnerships program manager. Shareé also spent ten years in the healthcare industry, primarily focused on Medicaid. Specializing in project management, organizational governance and proposal management.
Shareé is also an adjunct faculty member of South Mountain Community College, teaching courses in criminal justice and storytelling. A native of California before calling Phoenix home with her two children. Shareé has a bachelor’s in Political Science from ASU West and a master’s in law from Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, ASU.
310 – Access to Insurance
Community Outreach Representative
I began my career with UnitedHealth care in 2006 in Marketing and Community Outreach. I feel fortunate working for a company that emphasizes social responsibility. Part of my job includes finding new creative ways to serve populations in need. UnitedHealthcare is committed to making our communities healthy and addressing social determinants of health while helping the whole person, mind and body.
I am a Phoenix, AZ native and have a bachelor’s degree in English from Arizona State University. Please contact me with any questions or to see about how your organization can partner with UnitedHealthcare.
101-1 – Save with SRP
SRP Event Strategist
201/322 – Faith & Medicine Intersection
First Institutional Baptist Church
Senior Pastor, Civil Rights Leader, Community Activist
Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr., is a native of Coffeyville, Kansas where he was reared in a Christian family and African American Church environment. He accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior at the age of 16 and preached his Trail Sermon at the age of 17. He is married to the Rev. Karen E. (Curry) Stewart and they are the parents of a blended family of five sons, Warren, Jr., Matthew, Jared, Justin, Aaron and two daughters, Jamila Imani and Jessica Elizabeth (Curry) Morris. He is the grandfather of Warren Josiah, III, Micaiah Lovel, Matthew Christian II, Jared Chamberlain II, Kaira Nechee, John Paul Silas, Jase Alexander, Joshua Elijah, Mia Noelai, Sanaya Elyse, Janelle Elizabeth, Lance Nasir and Jayla Arielle, and “adopted” Jonny Angel.
He is presently the Senior Pastor of the First Institutional Baptist Church of Phoenix, Arizona and has served there since July 1, 1977. Dr. Stewart was appointed Executive Secretary of the Home Mission Board of the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc., in November 1994 and served through January 2005, and also continued serving as Chair of that Board through January 2010. In 2018, he became Chairperson of the African American Christian Clergy Coalition, leading over 100 clergy in the Valley.
Dr. Stewart is the Founder of FIBCO Family Services, Inc. (1986)