Karen Zynda

Karen Zynda is the Director of Community Benefit and Community Health Needs Assessment at Michigan Medicine. She serves as a co-chair of the Unified Needs Assessment and Implementation Plan Team Engagement (UNITE) Work Group.

Alyssa Tumolo

Alyssa Tumolo is a grants coordinator for the Community Mental Health Partnership of Southeast Michigan (CMHPSM). She serves as a co-chair for the WHI Opioid Project. Alyssa has experience in working with both Federal and State grants in youth prevention, gambling disorder prevention, and substance use services grants. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science from … Read more

Reiley Curran

Reiley Curran is the Community Health Improvement Manager of Chelsea Hospital. She serves as a co-chair of the Unified Needs Assessment and Implementation Plan Team Engagement (UNITE) Work Group.

Kimberly Hulbert

Kimberly Hulbert is the Patient Access Financial Clearance Manager at Trinity Health. She serves as a co-chair of the Medicaid and Marketplace Outreach and Enrollment (MMOE) Work Group.

Alena Hill

Alena Hill is the Senior Director of Revenue Cycle Pre-Services at Michigan Medicine. She serves as a co-chair of the Medicaid and Marketplace Outreach and Enrollment (MMOE) Work Group.

Sara Szcoztka

Sara Szczotka is the program manager for the Washtenaw Recovery Advocacy Project (WRAP) through Home of New Vision. She serves as a co-chair for the WHI Opioid Project.

Paul Valenstein

Paul Valenstein is a retired physician and healthcare administrator. He serves as a co-chair of Mi Care Connect (MiCC).

Doug Strong

Doug Strong is the retired Chief Executive Officer for Michigan Medicine and Interim Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the University of Michigan. He serves as a co-chair of the Steering Committee and as a co-chair of MiCC.

Ann Davis

Ann Davis is a retired administrator of the Chelsea Community Hospital. She serves as a community representative on the WHI Steering Committee and as a co-chair of the Washtenaw County Healthy Aging Collaborative.

Monica Prince

Monica Prince is the executive director of the Ypsilanti Center Senior, a local senior center that provides a community of peers for connection, education, and active living. She serves as a co-chair of the Washtenaw County Healthy Aging Collaborative.