Staff and Board of Directors

Sue Goodin, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Sue Goodin, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

As the Chairman and CEO of Progressive Health Center, Sue works with and reports to the Board of Directors and key members of the community to advance the organization’s mission. Prior to her appointment as Chair and CEO for the Progressive Health Center, Sue was the Director of Development for the Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI) and served as a consultant to HealthONE’s Swedish Medical Center. Her extensive industry experience includes a proven track record in leading successful teams, supporting board members, building relationships with major donors, public speaking, fundraising, promotions, sales and marketing, building collaborative partnerships, and working with volunteers. Prior to CNI, she was a consultant to Yampa Valley Medical Center, Health Magazine, Vail Associates, Petroleum Information, Arizona Heart and the Denver Athletic Club. She also worked for Age Wave in Emeryville, California. A graduate of the University of Denver, Leadership Denver 1997, Sue also received a certificate from the Bard School of Entrepreneurship Development from the University of Colorado business school at Denver in December 2003.
Currently, she also serves as chair of the advisory committee for the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Institute and is a member of Association for Fundraising professionals, Colorado Planned Giving Round Table and the Denver Athletic Club.

Daelyn Larché-Sigman

Daelyn Larché-Sigman

Daelyn has a passion for spreading positivity and inspiration to others she meets in her life every day in a variety of ways. She has been an elementary school teacher for the past 20 years, but decided to leave the profession in order to follow her dreams and pursue her love of working with people in other ways using complementary therapies and teaching workshops. When her son, Austin, was diagnosed with cancer at age 14 in 2010, Daelyn knew she had to find something to do to care for herself so that she would be a good caretaker for her young son. She learned many forms of crafting and began her own small business centered around sharing products that spread joy. She became a certified Reiki Master Teacher and is a student of Healing Touch Level 3. Daelyn feels that the most important piece of her journey with her son was discovering her true purpose in life. She lost her son to cancer two weeks after he turned 17 in 2013, but felt it was important to learn everything she could about her life through the experience. She went on to earn her 200 hr certification as a therapeutic yoga instructor in order to offer others another way to find healing, peace and happiness in their daily lives. Most recently, she studied under Dr. Amit Sood, professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic, to become a facilitator of his Stress Management and Resiliency Training program. When she isn’t working, Daelyn enjoys being with her husband and oldest son doing things like riding motorcycles, four wheeling in her cool Jeep, and showing her son’s ’72 Chevelle in order to raise money for her foundation, Rollin’ Dreams®. She is an avid animal lover and spends a lot of time just hanging out with her dogs, especially her great dane! Daelyn is a wanna-be mermaid and dreams of one day living in a house near the beach.
She is excited about this new step of her journey and can’t wait to share it with you!

Jamie Mandell

Jamie Mandell

Jamie Mandell is the Chief Operations Officer at Progressive Health Center. Her passion for improving the lives of others has manifested itself in many ways throughout the years, from studying Cultural Anthropology and International Development at the University of Montana to helping build sustainable clean burning stoves in Africa. Jamie has also received her Wilderness First Responder medical training and has volunteered in communities around the country and the world. Before joining the Progressive team, Jamie worked with an organization that raises money through the sale of art to build children’s hospitals in Southeast Asia. Jamie has had her own health setbacks and is determined that nothing should get in the way of a person’s fair access to quality healthcare. To that end, Jamie volunteers with the Lupus Foundation of America and Village Aid Clinics, as well as Bicycles for Humanity.

Joseph H. Fillmore, MD, MBA, Board Member

Joseph H. Fillmore, MD, MBA, Board Member

Joseph is a member of the Progressive Health Center’s Medical Advisory team and also serves on the board of directors. Click here to learn more about his professional focus and background.

Dan Miller, MHA, Chief Operating Officer, Swedish Medical Center

Dan Miller, MHA, Chief Operating Officer, Swedish Medical Center

Dan Miller is the CEO of The Medical Center of Aurora. Previously, he spent 12 years with HCA serving in various administrative roles. Dan also lead the development of the comprehensive cancer program allowing Swedish Medical Center to become the 3rd hospital in the country to be pancreatic cancer accredited and the 5th in the country to be lung cancer accredited by The Joint Commission. Additionally, Dan has implemented multiple neurosciences expansions, OR projects and Women’s Services renovations. He received his Bachelor of Science in Human and Organizational Development from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee and his Masters of Science in Health Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.

Alejandra Harvey, Associate Chief Operating Officer

Alejandra Harvey, Associate Chief Operating Officer

Alejandra Harvey, Associate Chief Operating Officer at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center, joined the P/SL team in 2013. Before joining the PSL team, she held the same position at Swedish Medical Center. She is a member of the HCA Executive Development Program, and is a former competitive ballroom dancer. She earned her undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech, and received her graduate degree from MCV/Virginia Common Wealth University. We are happy to have Alejandra as a part of our team!

  • Member of the HCA Executive Development Program.
  • Joined the P/SL team in 2013.
  • Undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech; Graduate degree from MCV/Virginia Common Wealth University
  • Alejandra is a former competitive ballroom dancer.
Lisa Dalton M.D.

Lisa Dalton M.D.

Lisa Dalton, MD is a board certified family medicine specialist currently practicing at Kaiser Permanente in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Dalton is a member of the American Academy of Family Medicine. She has mentored medical students and has taught the communications curriculum. Dr. Dalton has completed the Transform program with Dr. Amit Sood and personally trained with Dr. Sood at the Mayo Clinic to present the SMART program in 2014. Dr. Dalton has been a Progressive Health Center board member since 2016.

Kathy Knight, Board Member

Kathy Knight, Board Member

Kathy Knight is a financial executive with significant experience in financial leadership, with expertise in accounting, audit, business management, enterprise risk management, financial planning & analysis, governance and compliance, and strategic planning. She has held progressive positions in large public companies, including roles as Controller, CFO, CIO, and VP Internal Audit and is currently VP Internal Audit at EarthLink.

Enoch K. Waipa, Board Member

Enoch K. Waipa, Board Member

Enoch K. Waipa “Keoki”, is the Founder and Managing member of Waipa Law LLC where he handles a wide variety of legal issues, including specializing in entity formation and real estate law. Prior to founding Waipa Law, Keoki was an attorney for law firms both big and small, but felt he could better service his clients through his own firm. Keoki obtained his B.A. from Graceland University and his J.D. from the University of Hawaii – William S. Richardson School of Law.

Dominique Bravo

Dominique Bravo

Sonnet Aguirre, MS, RDN, CLC

Sonnet Aguirre, MS, RDN, CLC

Sonnet Aguirre, MS, RDN, CLC, is a Registered Dietitian with a Master of Science in Nutrition. She has a variety of experience in clinical, research, and community nutrition. As a Certified Lactation Counselor with both prenatal and postpartum education Sonnet has years of counseling experience. She earned a master’s degree in Nutrition from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA. Her diverse background includes stints in nutrition research at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA, and caring for patients within the Carondelet hospital network as a clinical dietitian in Tucson, AZ. She has extensive teaching experience in the community and at universities, including Metropolitan State University and Regis University in Colorado. Her experience also includes 1:1 counseling at a bariatric practice, a spine center, a diabetes center, and at the world-famous luxury wellness resort, Miraval.

Sonnet’s deep commitment to healthy nutrition was born from a passion for food. She is eager to share her knowledge and expertise with the goal of inspiring people to create an individualized healthy food culture based on their needs and lifestyle— one that supports optimum health, vitality and sustainability.

Amy L. Girimonti, MSW, AASW

Amy L. Girimonti, MSW, AASW

Amy L. Girimonti, MSW, AASW, holds a Masters Degree (MSW) in Social Work from
the University of Denver and is a registered State of Colorado Psychotherapist. She
earned her Bachelor’s of Science (BS) from NOVA Southeastern University in
Psychology and holds a certificate in Animal Assisted Social Work (AASW) from the
Institute of the Human Animal Connection. Amy is a strength-based clinician who
utilizes a blend of cognitive behavioral and client centered therapy. She has served
the social work profession with over 10 years’ experience in hospice and palliative
care. Amy provides office and community based psychotherapy and is passionate
about health and wellness. Ms. Girimonti is building a counseling career that works
for social change through empowerment and advocacy. Amy believes in providing
an environment of compassion and support to help individuals and families
overcome obstacles to move forward and thrive.