Provide’s staff live in and love the communities in which they work. Our expert trainers have the benefit of training and support experience in substance use 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.
Ondine Quinn (she/her or they/them) oversees the creation, execution and implementation of new programmatic content, pilot programming, and technical assistance strategies.
Monika Carey-Gilliard (she/her) cultivates the growth of the major donor program within Provide’s Fund Development department. As Major Gifts Officer, she acts as an ambassador for Provide within the community, working in conjunction with the Director of Development and other staff to represent the organization’s philanthropic interests with supporters throughout the US.
Sara Hunter (she/her) provides fundraising support, administrative operations, and task coordination within a growing Fund Development department, including support for Provide’s individual giving, major donor, and institutional grants programs.
Sarah Cannady (she/her) 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.
Tiffany Collins-Webb (she/her) 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.
Kelli Lynch (she/her) 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 (she/her) 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 Klausmeier’s (he/him) 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 Dietrich (she/her) 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.
Isela Arras (she/her) is the Chief Operating Officer at the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence (KCADV). Isela oversees the Data Quality, Housing, AmeriCorps, Certification, Meaningful Access, and Substance Use Disorder projects that exist to support the Coalition’s 15 member programs and the survivors who seek their services.
Katherine (Kate) Bourne (she/her) 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.
Jamarr Brown (he/him), Director of Electoral Programs at re:power, is an accomplished political strategist, healthcare advocate, organizer and leadership trainer with over a decade of professional experience. He most recently served as the National Training Director for Tom Steyer, where he led a national leadership development program for staff, volunteers, community leaders and issue advocates.
As a women’s health care professional for more than 35 years, Betty Farrell (she/her) 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.
Denise Holmes (she/her) is an attorney and foundation executive, currently serving as chief counsel for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation. In 13 years on the program/policy staff of a national association, she developed and operationalized national and global initiatives, wrote on an array of health policy issues, and engaged in strategic planning. Ms. Holmes has served on boards of directors of several global health nongovernmental organizations and is an active volunteer in her local community.
Mugdha Mokashi (she/her) is a medical student at Harvard Medical School. Previously, she received a Master of Public Health in health behavior at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She is also the current president of the Board of Directors of Medical Students for Choice. Mugdha has been involved in reproductive health and reproductive justice organizations since undergrad as a student organizer. She is interested in abortion provision, family planning, and queer-inclusive, structurally competent reproductive healthcare.