Project Manager, The Health Collaborative
With seven years of experience in community engagement, grant writing, and nonprofit management, Elyse has engaged in a variety of efforts ranging from strategic planning, community based participatory research, curriculum and training design, large scale special event planning, and extensive data analysis. Prior to joining The Health Collaborative she was a Fellow at the Danville Regional Foundation, and the International Education Program Coordinator at the Montana World Affairs Council. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Communications from Western Carolina University and a MPA from the University of Montana.
Project Coordinator, Caswell County Chapter
Shannon Moretz has spent the majority of her life in Caswell County. She has previously worked at The Caswell Messenger, Caswell EMS, and with the BEST Coalition through Caswell Senior Services. She has been with Caswell Family Medical Center for six years and is a member of the 2017-2019 cohort of the William C. Friday Fellowship for Human Relations. She is married with one son, two bonus daughters, and a few spoiled furry creatures. She takes off to the woods every chance she gets to camp, fish, and recharge. Shannon strongly believes that everyone deserves to be valued and that everyone can make a difference.
Rachel is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. She received a Bachelor's degree in Public Health with a focus in Global Health from Miami University (Ohio). She is currently an AmeriCorp VISTA working for The Health Collaborative, coordinating a Local Food System Steering Committee and building capacity among other health-oriented projects.
Maggie is originally from Palos Heights, Illinois. She received Bachelor’s degrees in Geography and Anthropology from Augustana College and a Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Iowa. She is currently serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA with the Health Collaborative where she provides support for the Local Food System Steering Committee, Healthy Eating Action Team, and other Health Collaborative Initiatives.