Health Steering Committee

All matters pertaining to public health and healthy communities, including disease and injury prevention and health promotion, health disparities reduction, financing delivering health care, including services for the uninsured, underinsured, and medically indigent, Medicaid, Medicare, long-term care, behavioral health services, substance abuse prevention and treatment, and services for persons with developmental disabilities.

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Health Steering Committee


Clay Jenkins
County Judge
Dallas County, Texas


Vice Chair

Christopher Constance
Charlotte County, Florida


Nick Macchione
Health & Human Services Agency, Director
San Diego County, California


Toni Preckwinkle
Board President
Cook County, Illinois


Barbara Sharief
Broward County, Florida


Subcommittee Chair

Kenneth Dahlstedt
Skagit County, Washington


Helen Stone
Chatham County, Georgia


Gloria Whisenhunt
Forsyth County, North Carolina


Derek Young
Pierce County, Washington


Subcommittee Vice Chair

Lynn Canfield
Executive Director, Mental Health Board/DD Board
Champaign County, Illinois


Christopher Coudriet
County Manager
New Hanover County, North Carolina


James Golgart
Director Veterans Services
Le Sueur County, Minnesota


Lynn Hesselbrock
County Clerk
Spencer County, Kentucky


Dave Lucas
Director of Finance and Intergovernmental Affairs
New York State Association of Counties, New York


Gerald Michel
Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government, Louisiana


Carol Moehrle
Public Health Director - Idaho North Central District
Nez Perce County, Idaho


Dotti Owens
Ada County, Idaho


Chester Pintarelli
Administrator, Medical Care
Iron County, Michigan


David Stout
El Paso County, Texas


Shirlee Zane
Sonoma County, California


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