Kathy Knight is a financial executive with significant experience in financial leadership. Kathy’s areas of expertise include accounting, audit, business management, enterprise risk management, strategic planning, and financial planning, analysis, governance and compliance. 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.
Vice Board Chair
Sue collaborates with the Board of Directors and key members of the community to advance PHC’s mission of optimizing quality of healthcare through Integrative Health and Wellness. Prior to her appointment as CEO for Progressive Health, 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, building collaborative partnerships, working with volunteers, sales and marketing. 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. A graduate of the University of Denver, and 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, Sue is a member of the Society for Physician Entrepreneurs.
Sonia has a strong business background focused in Finance and Human Resources in start-up companies. She is passionate about working with employers to create business growth and development by creating impactful strategies around employee physical and mental well-being.
Laura-Anne Cleveland BSN, RN, CEN is the Associate Chief Nursing Officer for RMHC. Prior to her appointment as ACNO, Laura-Anne worked as the Women’s Service Line Director at Swedish Medical Center. In this role, Laura-Anne was responsible for several improvements to employee and patient experience. She worked to create multiple cross training and mentoring programs throughout her facility. Laura-Anne was a leading member of many key committees and helped Swedish continue to grow and excel in various projects.
Laura-Anne has been an HCA employee for over fourteen years. She has worked a variety of roles including ER nurse, ER nurse leader, and Women’s Services leader. She has a passion for disaster management and is a member of DMAT (Disaster Medical Assistance Team), which has allowed her to travel to places such as Texas, the Carolinas, and Puerto Rico.
Laura-Anne completed her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. She is currently enrolled at American Sentinel University to complete her Master’s in Business Administration- Healthcare Management.
On a personal note, Laura-Anne is a mother of five: Kyle (12), Gabriel (10), Gideon (9), Isabella (8), and Luke (6). She married her childhood sweetheart, Bryan. She loves horses and hopes to one day own her own.
PHC Executive Director
Jeff Altman is an experienced enterprise technology business leader and entrepreneur. He has led multiple, international software and renewable energy sales teams. As PHC's Executive Director, his vision is to ensure that everyone has access to PHC services regardless of ability to pay. In his spare time, Jeff is a competitive epee fencer and avid yoga practitioner and leader.
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