Leadership

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Vitka Eisen, MSW, Ed.D (any/all pronouns OK)

Chief Executive Officer

Vitka is the President and Chief Executive Officer of HealthRIGHT 360, a healthcare provider for very low income and otherwise marginalized Californians. With over 30 years of experience in human services, Vitka has dedicated her career to supporting people and communities struggling with addiction and incarceration through the provision of integrated, compassionate, and relevant care. Since being appointed to her current role in 2010, Vitka has led HealthRIGHT 360 through a series of mergers, growing the organization to serve over 30,000 people annually.

A frequent speaker on innovative practices, Vitka is the president of the board of directors of the California Council of Community Behavioral Health Agencies, the vice president of the board of directors of the California Association of Drug and Alcohol Program Executives, and a member of the board of directors of the National Council for Behavioral Health. Vitka earned an M.S.W. from San Francisco State University, and a Doctorate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Vitka is a former injection heroin user; she participated in substance use disorder treatment over 30 years ago at the agency she now leads.

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Tony Duong (he/him)

Chief Financial Officer

As the Chief Financial Officer for HealthRIGHT 360, Tony is responsible for the organization’s financial functions including: resource planning, strategic innovation, business development and new business opportunities, treasury management, accounting, audits, and reporting.

Tony has nearly two decades of experience in nonprofit healthcare administration, including previously serving as Interim Executive Director for Asian American Recovery. He was instrumental in facilitating the 2013 merger between Asian American Recovery Services and HealthRIGHT 360, having held various key positions within both organizations. Tony is on the board of trustees of the Nonprofits Benefits Trust and holds a Masters in Accounting and a Bachelors in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance, both from Golden Gate University.

2021 SF Business Times CFO of the year.

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Jegan Anandasakaran (he/him)

Chief Operating Officer & Chief Information Officer

Jegan brings over 15 years of executive management experience to his role of Chief Operating Officer & Chief Information Officer for HealthRIGHT 360. Known as a problem solver and systems thinker, Jegan oversees: EHR systems, Network Infrastructure & Support, Business Intelligence & Reporting, Compliance & Risk Management, Transportation, Food Services, and Maintenance.

Jegan is passionate about personal growth, the individual growth of staff, & team development. He takes pride in using impactful and innovative strategies to build teams that are lauded for their excellence & partnerships. He loves hiking & nature and is the proud father of two little ones. Jegan holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Davis.  

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Dr. Ana Valdés (she/her/ella)

Chief Healthcare Officer

Dr. Valdés' career has been characterized by a consistent focus on advocacy for low-income patients, improvements in community health, and a deep understanding of health policy issues. Dr. Valdés graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Tufts School of Medicine, and her early career as a doctor included work in rural New Mexico, Mexico, and Guatemala. During the course of her professional activities she has had engagements with the Harvard School of Public Health, and the California Healthcare Foundation Healthcare Leadership Training Program.

Dr. Valdés oversees all services related to the whole health of all HealthRIGHT 360 clients throughout California, including behavioral health, medical and dental care, in custody treatment, and Re-Entry services. She has a special focus on Integration of all services in the continuum throughout the organization, bringing on merged entities to enhance the cultural integration and best practice learning across both organizations, and creating a robust Continuous Quality Improvement program across the agency that incorporates the Quadruple Aim. She works to foster a culture of high quality care and excellence throughout the organization for our marginalized and underserved communities.

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Nilab Nawabi (she/her)

Chief People Officer

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Shabana Siegel (she/her)

Chief Philanthropy and Marketing Officer

Shabana joined HealthRIGHT 360 in February 2019.  She brings 18 years of experience in fundraising in the San Francisco Bay Area to HealthRIGHT 360. She was most recently the Vice President of Philanthropy at Institute on Aging. Shabana has always had a passion for helping the most vulnerable and marginalized in the community.  For the last 23 years, she has served as Congregation Emanuel-El's volunteer leader for the winter nights of cooking and serving 100 dinners a night for men experiencing homelessness at churches in San Francisco.  Shabana is originally from England, where she studied at Lancaster University and received a combined Honours degree in Psychology and Italian.  She is thrilled to help raise the funds to support HealthRIGHT 360’s work giving healthcare to those who can’t afford insurance.

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Dr. Shawnté Alexander (she/her)

Vice President NorCal Behavioral Health

Dr. Shawnté Alexander is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and has her doctorate in counseling psychology. She has more than 20 years of experience working in areas related to Child Welfare, Human Services and Healthcare. Dr. Alexander is an experienced healthcare provider and leader with a focus on population health and value-based care models. She has expertise in compliance, change management, and system -based quality improvement. She joined HealthRight360 in 2022 as Vice President of Behavioral Health, Northern California. She oversees residential, outpatient, transitional housing, and crisis services.

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Demetrius Andreas (he/him)

Vice President of Community and Aftercare Programs.

Demetrius has worked for over 30 years in community programs with an emphasis towards criminal justice populations. He is responsible for providing executive direction and operational oversight for various HealthRIGHT 360’s criminal justice programs spanning across the State. These programs include STOP (Specialized Treatment for Optimized Programming) for Program Area Six, based in San Diego, The Los Angeles Probation Department’s AB109 population, the Los Angeles County Jail Health Services, the Contra Costa East-Central Network and others. Demetrius is a Certified Clinical Supervisor and Criminal Justice professional with expertise in the development, administration, planning and quality assurance substance use, mental health and behavioral issues to the incarcerated and post incarcerated population.

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Maribel Baez, MS-HA (she/her)

Vice President of Medical Services

Maribel has over a decade of experience in health care operations, program management, and quality improvement. She is certified in LEAN practices in Healthcare. She began her career in nonprofit healthcare focused on primary care for the unhoused and undocumented population.  

As the Vice President of Medical Services, she oversees all operational aspects of the medical clinics and their respective service lines. She provides project management for regulatory compliance audits at federal and state level. Maribel assists in the development of proposals for funding opportunities. She supports innovative program development, implementation, and analysis. She endorses continuous quality improvement initiatives and patient centered care.   

Maribel received a Masters in Healthcare Administration, with an emphasis in Interprofessional Leadership, from the University of California, San Francisco, and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Mount Saint Mary’s University. Maribel is an alumni of the Blue Shield of California Foundation’s Clinic Leadership Institute. Outside of work, Maribel enjoys being outdoors, gardening, staying active, and spending time with her family and dog Chico. 

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Dylan Grattidge (he/him)

Vice President of Operations

As Vice President of Operations, Dylan oversees the areas of IT Network Operations, Transportation & Warehousing, Maintenance and Food Services for HealthRIGHT 360’s programs and facilities, collaboratively working with cross-functional teams to design and operate efficient logistical systems that help the agency meet its strategic goals.  In 2015, Dylan joined Prototypes as the agency’s Director of Information Technology, and began leading the Network Operations team after the merger with HealthRIGHT 360 in 2016.  Prior to joining Prototypes and HR360, Dylan worked in IT leadership capacities for Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles and CHIME Institute, bringing over a decade of experience in non-profit IT operations.  Dylan has earned a BS in Information Systems and an MBA from California State University Northridge, and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). 

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Dan George (he/him)

Vice President of Business Development

Dan recently joined HealthRIGHT 360 in June 2023. He has over 24 years of experience in the substance use disorder and behavioral health field, both in organizational administrative leadership and in program level research-to-practice. Dan is passionate about the use of evidence-based practices and science supported interventions in addressing behavioral health issues and believes it is essential for destigmatizing substance use disorder and establishing parity with the primary care treatment field.  In the new role of VP of Business Development, he is responsible for expanding the business of the organization by strengthening existing funder relationships; forging new relationships with community stakeholders and business partners; and collaborating across intra-agency departments in the implementation of new agency-wide projects.  

Dan has earned a Masters in Public Health (MPH) degree from Cal State University, Northridge, with an emphasis on Program Design, as well as a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of Redlands, with an emphasis on Finance.

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Evan Hoese (she/her)

Vice President of Systems Integration and Innovation

At HealthRIGHT 360 since 2015, Evan assumed her current role in 2019. Responsible for overseeing all aspects of the organization’s electronic health records systems, Evan ensures that data is efficiently captured and utilized. As the organization expands, Evan leads initiatives to increase integration and coordination between internal and external partners in order to streamline clinical workflows and ensure compliance and funder requirements are met. Evan holds a BA from Harvard University in Social and Cognitive Neuroscience.

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Gary McCoy (he/him)

Vice President of Policy & Public Affairs

As Vice President of Policy & Public Affairs, Gary oversees government and external affairs, press and media relations, and advocacy efforts on behalf of HealthRIGHT 360, its workers, and clients. Gary experienced homelessness as a young adult, having lived on the streets of San Francisco throughout his twenties with substance use disorder, and was once a client at our very own Haight Ashbury Free Clinics. Since getting back on his feet over a decade ago, Gary has been heavily involved in advocating for policies and spearheading public health responses that directly relate to people experiencing homelessness, people in recovery from substance use disorder, people involved in the criminal justice system, and life-saving harm-reduction approaches for people who use drugs.

Prior to joining HealthRIGHT 360, Gary worked for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as a Senior Congressional Aide, with the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department, and as a Legislative Aide to three Members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. Previous community commitments have been on the boards of the California Homeless Coordinating & Financing Council, the San Francisco Shelter Monitoring Committee, and the Castro Country Club, a sober gathering space for queers and allies in recovery from substance use disorder.

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Britt Miazgowicz (she/her)

Vice President of Contracts and Implementation

Britt Miazgowicz oversees the Contracts, Implementation and Grants subdivisions of the Fiscal Department.

The Grants team is responsible for applying for publicly funded service contracts, in support of the agency’s mission. The team coordinates government proposal writing and preparation efforts across the state of California, from locating potential funding opportunities to proposal development, compilation, and submission.

The Implementation team project manages new contracts, coordinating with both internal and external stakeholders to assure that new programs are fully functional within the timeframe mandated by the contract and meet scope of work requirements to optimally serve clients. The Contracts team is responsible for management of the organization’s contracts database, ensuring that contracts are properly organized, stored, and shared with relevant staff and departments for optimal efficiency and to fulfill funder requirements. They also work closely with Compliance to facilitate the process of vetting, negotiating terms and executing contract documents.

Britt has been with HR360 for 8 years. Previous to her current position, she worked as the Director of Grants Management and as Special Assistant to Dr. Vitka Eisen.

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Ana-Cristina (Cris) Navarro (she/her)

Deputy Chief of Compliance

Cris has developed and management compliance programs at government entities, hospitals, healthcare systems, and community health clinics for nearly 20 years, and was engaged in private legal practice before that, specializing in regulatory matters and Federal Criminal Defense. She, along with the Compliance team, is responsible for ensuring an effective Compliance Program in support of HealthRIGHT 360’s programs and clients, and in leading the organization’s Enterprise Risk Management efforts. Cris earned her Juris Doctorate at the University of Miami and her Bachelor’s Degree in Creative Writing and History at the University of Bridgeport. After law school, Cris was awarded an Echoing Green Fellowship and co-founded a not-for-profit program to provide free legal services and resources for the HIV+ population of South Florida.

Michelle Rosemond, MS (she/her)

Vice President of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging (DEIB)

Michelle leads the DEIB strategy at the core of HR360’s strategic plan. She is focused on cultivating a diverse and inclusive workforce, fostering a culture of belonging, implementing culturally relevant client services, and sustaining equitable systems. Michelle's unwavering commitment to racial equity, social justice, and restorative practices is evident through her tenure as co-lead of Inclusion, Diversity, Anti-Racism, and Equity (iDARE) Steering Committee. Approaching DEIB to uplift and transform, she emphasizes conscious examination, critical learning, and intentional change. Michelle began at Prototypes in 2009 and joined HR360 through the 2016 merger. In her prior capacity as Managing Director of Prevention and Domestic Violence Programs, she managed contracts and developed workflows that were strength-based, trauma informed, culturally relevant, and grounded in the community. A notable achievement is developing the Cultural Broker Program, addressing disparities of African American families in the child protective services system. Michelle holds a BA degree in Psychology from UCLA and an MS degree in Counseling Psychology from USC. Michelle is a proud Haitian-American, rooted to deliver her best by emphasizing values of culture, respect, resiliency, and community.

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April Torres (she/her)

Deputy Chief Behavioral Health Officer

April has worked in the field of behavioral health since 1991 and has extensive experience developing programs specifically designed for women. April is a proud graduate of Prototypes and a true success story. After completing treatment, she began her career as an overnight counselor with Prototypes. More than two decades later, April went on to receive her bachelor’s degree in sociology from Pitzer College and her master’s degree in social work from California State University, San Bernardino. Eventually, her hard work and dedication led her to become Vice President of Integration at Prototypes, overseeing residential programming and building the agency’s integrated care program.

Today, April applies her expertise toward ensuring the provision of high-quality, integrated services as HealthRIGHT 360’s Vice President of Behavioral Health for our Southern California programs. 

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Sabrina Z. Ullah, LCSW (she/her)

Vice President of Southern California Behavioral Health

Sabrina started her career as a social worker working in women’s violence prevention education and has been in the field since 2005. Her background and expertise are rooted in social justice, community mental health, program, and leadership development. Sabrina has managed many aspects of program development including writing RFPs, program design, overseeing budgets, hiring/training staff, running multi-county programs, and mentoring and developing emerging leaders. She joined HealthRIGHT 360 in 2019 as the Managing Director of Los Angeles County Behavioral Health. In her current role as Vice President of Southern California Behavioral Health, Sabrina supports mental health, substance use disorder, housing, prevention, and domestic violence support services across Los Angeles, Orange, Ventura, and San Diego Counties. Sabrina completed her undergraduate studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and her Master’s in Social Work at the University of Southern California. Sabrina’s passion for her work is tied to teaching, empowering, and learning from one another, so that together, we can make our communities and society better for all people.