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Operations Manager Postion
If you are interested, please email Aimee with COVER LETTER and RESUME
Event Internship Job Description
Paula Hester, Executive Director
Maureen Hinman, Associate Director
Maureen has worked in public health or health care in some capacity since 1997. Part of a family of educators, she was raised in a rural community, has provided health education internationally, and was the administrator of a safety net clinic with a primary focus on youth. She also has program and operational experience with Injury Prevention, Maternal and Child Health, and Women’s and Reproductive Health programs at the State of Oregon. Maureen manages the Healthy Youth Relationships program and oversees grants and organizational finances.
Betse Thielman, Program Director
Betse has served Oregon school-based health centers since 2004 as director of a SBHC in Columbia Country and as a consultant to Clackamas County's second SBHC. Prior to this work, Betse developed policy and programs for state child welfare programs in Illinois and Oregon, and managed the National Association of Public Child Welfare Administrators in Washington, DC. Betse manages the Network’s training and technical assistance programs, and oversees Network projects funded by Oregon’s Healthy Kids and NASBHC’s Hallways to Health initiative. She holds a Masters degree from the University of Chicago’s School of Social Service Administration.
Tammy Alexander, Program Manager
Tammy began working in the school-based health care arena in 1993, working as the Adolescent Health Coordinator/SBHC Coordinator for the Oregon Health Division for over 5 years. Since then, Tammy has continued her work in the field in many different capacities. She has served on both the national and state board of directors for SBHCs, and continues to provide technical assistance and training at the national, state and local levels.
Tammy is excited about the new Hallways to Health program at the Network as it supports a partnership between the SBHCs and the host school to improve health and enhance school climate by focusing on obesity prevention, social and emotional health, and school employee wellness.
Aimee Adelmann, Community Relations Coordinator
Recent college graduate from Portland State University, majoring in marketing. Aimee has many years of experience in the health care industry and working with children. Aimee hopes to use the combination of her experiences in health care, event planning,and marketing to increase awareness of the Network and our mission. She will use her enthusiasm for this organization and her skills in communication to showcase the importance for health and academic success for all children across Oregon. Aimee looks forward to meeting people from all over SBHC community.
Kate O'Donnell, MPH, Program Coordinator
Kate has worked in community health since 2007. Prior to joining the Network, she served as a Program Coordinator with several Portland-based nonprofit organizations. She has also worked on a school-based wellness program at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, as well as a preconception health program with the San Francisco Department of Health. Originally from Harrisburg, PA, Kate received a BA in anthropology from the University of Pittsburgh and an MPH in Population and Family Health from Columbia University. Kate currently coordinates our Statewide Youth Advisory Council and the EC Brown CORE mini-grant program.