Founders

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Kimber Wakefield MacGibbon, RN

Executive Director and Co-Founder of HER Foundation
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Jeremy King

Co-Founder
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Ann Marie King

Co-Founder
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Board of Directors

Nada Alhamalawy, MPA

Board of Directors
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Tim Blake, MA

Board of Directors
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Aimee Brecht-Doscher, MD

Board of Directors
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Sarah Coffman, MSW, LCSW

Board of Directors
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Marlena S. Fejzo, Ph.D

Geneticist and Board of Directors
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Kristina Kincaid, MS

Board of Directors
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Elizabeth Lowder, MSW, LCSW

Board of Directors
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Kimber Wakefield MacGibbon, RN

Executive Director and Co-Founder of HER Foundation
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Arielle Mitton, MD

Board of Directors
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Patrick M. Mullin, MD, FACOG

Board of Directors
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Linda Newgent, RN

Linda Newgent, RN

Board of Directors
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Danielle Plummer

Danielle Plummer, PharmD

Board of Directors
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Kelly Ryerson, MBA

Board of Directors
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Tata Traore-Rogers, MPH

Board of Directors Chair
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Ambassadors Council

Dominique Albrecht, MPA

Ambassadors Council
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Lyle Brooks, JD

Referral Coordinator and Ambassadors Council
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Rachael Hemmert, MSPH

Ambassadors Council
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Sarah Livingston, BA

Ambassadors Council
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Staff

Suzanne Drapeau, MFA

Communications Coordinator
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Interested in being on the HER Foundation Board?

The HER Board meets quarterly, and aims to have an annual meeting in Los Angeles in the fall each year. Board leadership evaluates annually the number of members and needs of the Foundation to determine if additional members are needed. Currently, there are 14 members with diverse skills and backgrounds from finance and business, to technology, policy and health care. All HER Board members have experience with HG and a passion for the cause.

New members are invited as the need arises, though anyone may email the Foundation a resume for consideration. Member qualifications include willingness and time to participate in quarterly meetings, capability to initiate and contribute to projects monthly and as needed, ability to attend or support medical conferences or HER events periodically, and skill and/or education that offers substantial value to the mission and goals of the foundation.

HER welcomes diversity and desires to incorporate more representation from outside the US. HER has a global vision and endeavors to support and improve the care of all women with HG.