Our team is a group of people who care deeply about women and the workers and agencies who serve them. We are people who live in and love the communities in which we work.
Our state and national teams have the benefit of training and support experience in substance abuse services, HIV service delivery, domestic violence case management and safety net health services. This experience roots us in a deep compassion for health care workers and the people they serve and positions us to be effective in engaging and supporting these teams.
Camilla steers the implementation of Provide’s state-based and system-based Referrals Programs.
Kelli Lynch advances Provide’s abortion referrals initiative by developing and supporting state and regional teams around program implementation, while proactively contributing to the leadership and growth of the organization’s abortion referrals work.
Kristin leads the evaluation of Provide’s programs by establishing the direction and ensuring the implementation of program-related learning.
Leigh Koetsch advances Provide’s abortion referrals initiative by developing and supporting state and regional teams around program implementation, while proactively contributing to the leadership and growth of the organization’s abortion referrals work.
Maggie oversees Provide’s finances and administrative functions.
Monika Carey-Gilliard plays a critical role in increasing donor support and acts as an ambassador for Provide within the community, working in conjunction with the Director of Development and other staff to ensure major donor relationships are stewarded for the purpose of securing large, sustained gifts.
Ondine Quinn guides the provision of high quality training and technical assistance to sites in project states that are trained in Provide’s Referrals for Unintended Pregnancy Curriculum.
Sarah coordinates Provide‘s Referrals Program within North Carolina.
Shannon coordinates Provide’s Referrals Program within South Carolina.
Tiffany Collins Webb advances Provide’s abortion referrals initiative by developing and supporting state and regional teams around program implementation, while proactively contributing to the leadership and growth of the organization’s abortion referrals work.
Provide benefits from a stable and engaged Board of Directors made up of state, national, and global leaders in women’s and community health, including service providers, administrators, policy experts, and advisors.
Mary O’Doherty is Executive Director of the Ohio Domestic Violence Network, which mobilizes and supports its 60 member programs and allies to end intimate partner violence. Mary advocates for policy improvements and financial support for survivors and the member programs that serve them at the state and federal levels.
Walt’s dedication to reproductive health has spanned over 40 years of hands-on policy implementation and leadership including most recently his position as President & CEO of Planned Parenthood Health Systems (PPHS), responsible for operational and fiscal oversight of a four-state regional affiliate of Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
Sarah is a board certified psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner, trained to provide mental health services to patients in a variety of settings. She currently works at an outpatient community mental health center in an underserved, rural area of Tennessee, and at a local inpatient psychiatric hospital in Memphis.
Katherine Bourne (Kate) is a consultant in global public health, with a particular interest in reproductive rights and health, gender and HIV. Projects have included developing conceptual frameworks, designing program strategies, and designing and conducting evaluations for private sector, United Nations, foundation, and nongovernmental organization clients.
As a Women’s Health Care professional for more than 35 years, Betty began her career in nursing, moving into midwifery. After ten years of full-scope midwifery practice in New York City and San Francisco, Ms. Farrell entered international health and development with a focus on reproductive health service delivery as a technical advisor, trainer of facility- and community-based health personnel, and program designer.
Christy Fujio is a human rights lawyer with more than 12 years of experience building capacity and stakeholder networks to improve access to justice and accountability mechanisms.
Dan’s career in reproductive health spanned more than four decades, including Presidencies of three different organizations, and concluding with a 26 year tenure as President and CEO of Pathfinder International.
Frankie is senior advisor at HIAS, advising the organization on governance, management, and program operations. Frankie is an accomplished executive with over three decades of experience in public policy, financial management, fundraising, and health care operations.
Jamila K. Taylor has assumed a position as Director of Health Care Reform and Senior Fellow at The Century Foundation (TCF). In her role Dr. Jamila Taylor will lead TCF’s efforts to build on the Affordable Care Act and help develop the next generation of health reform to achieve high-quality, affordable, and universal coverage in America. She will also greatly expand TCF’s work in the realm of women’s health and reproductive justice, focusing on the structural barriers to access to health care, racial and gender disparities in health outcomes, and the intersections between health care and economic justice issues.