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Cheri Levinson, PhD, Louisville Center for Eating Disorders

FAST FACTS Clinical Director of the Louisville Center for Eating Disorders, where she treats clients, and supervises and trains other clinicians and students in evidence-based treatments for eating disorders, as well as advocates for greater awareness of and access to treatment for eating disorders in the state of Kentucky. Involved in the Academy for Eating

Whitney Jones, MD, Colon Cancer Prevention Project

FAST FACTS In 2003 founded the Colon Cancer Prevention Project, a leading Colorectal Cancer (CRC) information and advocacy organization focused on innovation and acceleration of evidence-based screening. Supports St. John Center for the for homeless and the Gravy Cup, the #1 Biscuit and Gravy competition in the United States, for the Boys and Girls Haven.

K. Dawn Forbes, MD, NASCEND

FAST FACTS Board certified in neonatal and perinatal medicine and pediatrics and is a nationally recognized expert in the care of infants and families affected by maternal opioid use, addiction and infant withdrawal. Founded NASCEND to advance better outcomes for infants and their families through education, training and innovative technology. As a practicing neonatologist, Dr.

Teresa Couts, Kentuckiana Health Collaborative

FAST FACTS On the Board of Directors for Qsource, a recognized leader in developing, implementing and evaluating programs designed to improve the value of healthcare systems. Board Chair of the Clark County Family YMCA and a volunteer at the Louisville Health Advisory Board Community Coordination of Care Committee. Enjoys traveling, seeing a good movie, participating

Gwen Cooper, Hosparus Health

FAST FACTS Member of the Louisville Healthcare CEO Council, Founding Core Team and Innovation Committee and member of the Coalition to Transform Advanced Care- National Workgroup. Creator of the Run with our Heroes 5K. Bachelor of Arts in mass communications with a minor in speech communications from University of South Florida. Master’s degree in public

Randa Deaton, Kentuckiana Health Collaborative

FAST FACTS Responsible for building, leading, collaborating, and aligning multiple key healthcare stakeholders to drive innovative and systemic improvements to health status and healthcare delivery. Executive Committee and Board Member, National Alliance for Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions and Caregiver Representative, Norton Healthcare Patient Advisory Board. Primary caregiver for her mother for the last ten years. Enjoys