2020 Convention Speakers

Andrea Rogers
Andrea Rogers
Andrea Rogers is the director of claims and risk solutions for the Accel Group. Andrea has over 15 years of claims management and insurance litigation defense experience. In her role at The Accel Group, she has a proven track record of leveraging consultative solutions for her clients. Over the past 15 years, Andrea has planned and organized countless legal and insurance related risk management seminars. She has spoken at a state and national level to industry groups and serves as a guest lecturer teaching workers’ compensation law for the paralegal program at Kirkwood Community College. In 2019, Andrea was named one of the Corridor Business Journal’s “40 Under Forty” for her role with The Accel Group and for her work with multiple non-profit organizations within her community.
Annette Lee
Annette Lee
Annette Lee RN, MS COS-C, HCS-D, is a registered nurse practicing since 1990, with the majority of her nursing experience in public health care, and holds a master’s degree in health care administration. In 2000, she joined the home health intermediary Cahaba GBA where she became a sought-after instructor, providing education to home health and hospice providers on Medicare reimbursement issues and effective documentation strategies. After nearly a decade working for the intermediary, she began Provider Insights, Inc., a home health care consulting company.
August “Dutch” Geisinger
August “Dutch” Geisinger
August “Dutch” Geisinger serves as the executive director of the Safeguard Iowa Partnership, and joined the Safeguard Iowa Partnership on March 2, 2015. Prior to this role, he served the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as a protective security advisor for the South Dakota district. From 2003 to 2009, Dutch was employed by the Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management Division as the homeland security program manager and the critical infrastructure protection planner. He is also a veteran of the U.S. Army and the Iowa Army National Guard and served with the Cedar Falls Iowa Police Department.
Barbara Thomsen
Barbara Thomsen
Barbara Thomsen, CDM, CFPP, RAC-CT, ICAC, spent seven years as the MDS/OASIS automation education coordinator/trainer for the State of Iowa/Telligen before starting her own consulting business, Aging Rules Healthcare Consulting, in 2019. Barbara was employed in long-term care facilities for 10+years and has her degree as a Certified Dietary Manager/Certified Food Protection Professional, Resident Assessment Coordinator Certified and Iowa Certified Assessment Coordinator. She is the current spokesperson of the Iowa Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals, National ANFP Legislative Chair and currently works with ANFP as their education/regulatory consultant. Barbara is a respected trainer/educational partner for various health care associations, state ANFP chapters, as well as a National ANFP.
Beth Riha
Beth Riha
Beth Riha is the director of client engagement and operations at CareBridge, an EVV provider, health care service and technology company focused on improving care for individuals receiving long-term support services. Prior to joining CareBridge, Beth was the population health division director for the Iowa Healthcare Collaborative (IHC). At IHC, Beth led several large statewide provider, payer and hospital-facing CMS contracts, along with directing the organization’s data, analytics and reporting needs, both internally and externally. Before working with IHC, Beth worked with UnityPoint Health as a process excellence manager. Beth earned an undergraduate degree at Buena Vista University in organizational psychology and a graduate degree from Walden University in industrial/organizational psychology.
Bill Dombi
Bill Dombi
Bill Dombi is the president of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), where he also serves as the director of the Center for Health Care Law and the executive director of Home Care and Hospice Financial Managers Association. Bill specializes in legal, legislative and regulatory advocacy on behalf of patients and providers of home health and hospice care. With over 40 years of experience in health care law and policy, Bill Dombi has been involved in virtually all legislative and regulatory efforts affecting home care and hospice since 1975.
Brian Morabito
Brian Morabito
Brian Morabito, T-CHEST, CIC, serves as the director of health care solutions for Hillyard, Inc. Brian is tasked with leading and directing all of Hillyard’s health care initiatives nationally. His responsibilities include developing and maintaining health care national accounts, developing and enhancing internal and end-user education programs and supporting Hillyard’s corporate and independent distribution networks nationwide. Brian has 25+ years in industry consulting roles, including over 18 years in the health care vertical. His expertise is developing best practice surface disinfection and cleaning programs for large IDN and health care facilities nationwide.
Cameo Rogers
Cameo Rogers
As the life enrichment coordinator for Vetter Health Services, Cameo Rogers is a certified Alzheimer’s disease dementia care trainer through the NCCDP and is authorized to teach the Alzheimer’s disease and dementia care curriculum. Cameo has been teaching the course within Vetter communities since 2011. She received her bachelor’s degree in therapeutic recreation and corporate wellness from Northwest Missouri State University and is currently working on her thesis for her master’s degree in social gerontology from the University of Nebraska.
Carla Cheatham
Carla Cheatham
Dr. Carla Cheatham began in psychosocial services with a master’s degree in psychology, certification in trauma therapy, Ph.D. in health and kinesiology and master’s in divinity before working 10 years as an interfaith chaplain and bereavement coordinator. Dr. Cheatham is a national keynote speaker and consultant focusing on emotionally intelligent and resilient professionals and organizations. She serves as chair of NHPCO’s Ethics Advisory Council, former leader for NHPCO’s Spiritual Caregivers Community, adjunct professor at Seminary of the Southwest and assistant professor for University of Maryland’s Master of Science in palliative care. She publishes books and videos about resilience, communication, boundaries, grief, healthy leadership, service recovery and emotionally competent professionals.
Catherine “Cat” Selman
Catherine “Cat” Selman
Catherine “Cat” Selman, BS, presently serves as president and co-owner of The Healthcare Communicators, Inc., a company specializing in continuing education for health care professionals. Cat received her degree from Trevecca Nazarene University, with continued graduate work at the University of Southern Mississippi. With over 30 years of experience in management, education and consultation, Cat has trained long-term care providers and surveyors in all 50 states.
Cheryl Bolt
Cheryl Bolt
Cheryl Boldt is a registered nurse and licensed nursing home administrator who has worked in frontline and leadership roles in acute and long-term care settings. She started her career as a certified nursing assistant. After becoming a registered nurse, her acute care experience included intensive care and rehabilitation unit nursing, and she was the nurse coordinator of a cardio-pulmonary department. In long-term care, Cheryl has worked as a charge nurse, MDS nurse, director of nursing, sub-acute administrator and admissions coordinator.
Clint Hawthorne
Clint Hawthorne
Dr. Clint Hawthorne, MD, FACEP, is the medical director for UnityPoint Des Moines emergency departments. Board-certified in emergency medicine in 2012, Dr. Hawthorne has been in his current position since January 2019. Prior to his current role, he served as associate medical director for three years. He has spent the past seven years practicing emergency medicine with UnityPoint since finishing residency with HealthPartners at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Clint Maun
Clint Maun
Clint Maun, CSP, serves as the president and senior partner of Maun-Lemke Speaking and Consulting, LLC. Clint is nationally recognized for his innovative expertise in health care consulting, speaking and research. He is one of a select few to receive the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation of distinction from the National Speakers Association. As co-founder of Maun-Lemke Speaking and Consulting, LLC, Clint has over 40 years of experience in health care operations, management, revenue enhancement, leadership, quality improvement, turnover reduction, employee retention and self-development programs.

Eric Collett
Eric Collett
Eric Collett, principal and CEO of A Mind for All Seasons, LLC, is a nationally recognized speaker, consultant, dementia expert and licensed assisted living facility administrator who teaches about dementia at the college level. Eric passionately believes that lifelong learning is a key to finding powerful new solutions to significant challenges and has worked since 2000 to change lives through innovative dementia care techniques and leadership strategies. Prior to starting A Mind For All Seasons, Eric worked in traditional assisted living as a program director and executive director for nine years, then spent seven years as the executive director of a memory care community.
Erika Kramer
Erika Kramer
Erika Kramer, LNHA, graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in business management. She started as an intern for Martin Brothers Distributing Co., Inc. in 2005 and became full time in medical supplies in May of 2006. She became the marketing and education director in June of 2009, focusing on nursing education events and webinars, as well as tools for nursing in long-term care. Since April 2014, Erika has focused on the nutritional services in senior living communities and is currently the senior living engagement advisor. She pursued her administrator’s license at Des Moines Area Community College and passed her national administrator boards in March of 2017.
Gretchen L. Robinson
Gretchen L. Robinson
Gretchen L. Robinson, RD, LD has a bachelor’s degree in science from Iowa State University, is a certified ServSafe instructor and has been a speaker at the Iowa, Illinois and Indiana Healthcare Association Conferences. Gretchen is a marketing dietitian for Martin Brothers Distributing Co., Inc., whose current job includes helping customers with menu development and utilizing the MPower Menus program, developing and teaching staff in-services, planning and coordinating continuing education events and being a valuable resource for Martin Brothers’ legendary customers. Gretchen also holds a certificate in leadership from The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and was also awarded The Young Dietitian of the Year Award from the Iowa Academy.
Jamie King
Jamie King
Jamie King serves as the learning engineer for Hillyard, Inc. Jamie has over 20 years in the industry and his primary responsibilities include the construction of all learning content for Hillyard training programs, as well as developing best practice cleaning and surface disinfection programs. Jamie earned his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Missouri Western State University, and his master’s degree in food science with an emphasis in food microbiology from Kansas State University. He holds certifications for Quality Engineer and Quality Auditor from the American Society of Quality (ASQ).
Jeff Steggerda
Jeff Steggerda
Jeff Steggerda is a reimbursement consultant and president of Brighton Consulting Group and has worked in the long-term care profession since 1986. He began working with the Iowa Health Care Association (IHCA) in 1993 as a reimbursement consultant. His roles for IHCA have included creating and maintaining several informational databases to support the quality, finance and data objectives of the association. Jeff is a CPA, receiving a BBA degree, and his career path includes public accounting and positions as director of accounting with regional long-term care companies.
Julie Halfpop
Julie Halfpop
Julie Halfpop RDN, LD, is the team leader of eight dietitians who provide menu and other value-added services to senior living and health care food service customers. Passionate about the senior living industry, Julie has devoted over 30 years to inspiring excellence in dining. Having managed food and nutrition departments, she challenges her team daily to develop and administer tools and services that will promote successful management of the industry’s opportunities and challenges. Her favorite topics of conversation revolve around menus, developing marketable dining experiences, controlling costs and training staff. Julie is a graduate of Iowa State University with a bachelor’s degree in food and nutrition/dietetics and has a long history of teaching the dietary manager courses, public speaking and a creative approach to serving others
Julie Johnson
Julie Johnson
Julie Johnson received her registered nursing degree at Des Moines Area Community College and has served as a nurse consultant with Assisted Living Partners since June 2019. In her capacity, she completes regulatory compliance reviews, providing written reports with recommendations on improving assessments and tenant charts. Julie also visits assisted living communities as registered nurse, completing assessments, updating service plans and implementing new systems. Julie has worked in long-term care for many years, serving as a director of nursing and director of assisted living. She is currently working on her bachelor’s degree in nursing through Grand Canyon University.
Karen Vance
Karen Vance
Karen Vance, BSOT, is a leading national home care and hospice consultant with over 30 years of experience as both a provider and a consultant. She routinely provides clinical and operations consulting services to home care and hospice agencies and helps providers establish and maintain quality management practices by providing assessment, training and consulting.
Kathleen Weissberg
Kathleen Weissberg
In Kathleen Weissberg’s 25+ years of practice, she has worked in long-term care as a researcher and educator and has established various programs in nursing facilities, including palliative care, adult sexuality, falls management, dementia care and staging. She provides continuing education support to 6,000 therapists nationwide as director of education for select rehabilitation. She has lectured nationally and at the state level, and authored publications on dementia quality care. She obtained her master’s in occupational therapy in 1993 and her doctorate in 2014.
Krissa Mason
Krissa Mason
Krissa Mason, J.D., serves as the vice president of regulatory and legal affairs at the Iowa Health Care Association (IHCA). Prior to joining IHCA, Krissa worked for a nationwide senior living management company. Krissa’s background also includes work on affordable care act issues and time as an attorney in private practice. Krissa received her J.D. from Drake University Law School in 2013 and holds a bachelor’s degree in political science.
Linda Farrar
Linda Farrar
Linda Farrar has dedicated her professional career to providing elders in senior living centers with quality of life and quality of care. Linda received her BSN from the University of Iowa and her post-graduate licensed Adult Care Home Administrator education from Kansas University. Linda has served in the roles of administrator, executive director, executive management and chief operating officer. In July 2011, Linda retired from her full-time position to enhance her work with elders in a consulting role.
Lisa Lysell
Lisa Lysell
Lisa Lysell, T-CHEST, CIC, serves as the manager of health care solutions for Hillyard, Inc. Lisa’s responsibilities include helping health care entities develop best practice surface disinfection and cleaning programs and assisting in the implementation of Hillyard’s health care initiatives nationwide. She has helped develop programs for health care entities such as Children Mercy, Mosaic and Redwood Senior Living. Lisa also maintains and supports national health care accounts and GPO partnerships.
Lynn Boes
Lynn Boes
Lynn Boes graduated from the University of Iowa College of Nursing in 1979. She has been a registered nurse for 28 years and held national certification in Community Health Nursing through December 31, 1999. She has practiced in a wide variety of settings, including home care, hospital nursing (intensive care, medical-surgical, skilled nursing and orthopedics), and as a consultant for Iowa Department of Public Health. Lynn graduated from Drake Law School with honors in 1996. She is a shareholder at the Davis, Brown, Koehn, Shors and Roberts law firm in Des Moines, Iowa.
Lynne Hoeksema
Lynne Hoeksema
Lynne Hoeksema is an author and speaker on the topics of compassion, grief and loss. Lynne founded the ministry, Be a Blessing to Your Grieving Friend, to educate others on how best to walk alongside those who are experiencing a loss of any kind. She is the best-selling author of Cultivating Compassion – Truths God Teaches on the Journey from Pain to Purpose. Lynn holds a degree in statistics from Iowa State University and an MBA from Drake University.
Mark Parkinson
Mark Parkinson
Mark Parkinson is the president and chief executive officer of the American Health Care Association (AHCA) and National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL), which represents more than 12,000 for- and not-for-profit nursing homes, assisted living residences and centers for the care of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Before leading AHCA/NCAL, the native Kansan was a successful businessman, state legislator and most recently served as the 45th governor of the State of Kansas. A summa cum laude graduate of Wichita State University, Parkinson finished first in his class from the University of Kansas School of Law in 1984 before forming his own private practice law firm in 1986. In 1990, Parkinson was elected to the Kansas House of Representatives and two years later he was elected to the Kansas Senate. While serving in the state legislature, Parkinson earned a reputation for bridging party lines.
Mark Sharp
Mark Sharp
Mark Sharp, CPA, is a partner with BKD’s National Health Care Group and serves as the firm-wide leader of BKD’s Center of Excellence for Home Care and Hospice Services. He has more than 20 years of experience assisting home care and hospice providers with strategic planning, financial management, audits, accounting, cost reports, operating budgets, agency start-up and mergers and acquisitions. As a nationally recognized home care consultant, Mark serves on the board for the National Association for Home Care and Hospice and is the chair of the Home Care and Hospice Financial Managers Association’s Advisory Board
Mary Jane Carothers
Mary Jane Carothers
Mary Jane Carothers is the vice president of quality and clinical services for the Iowa Health Care Association (IHCA), the Iowa Center for Assisted Living (ICAL) and the Iowa Center for Home Care (ICHC). Mary Jane works closely with the IHCA and ICAL Quality Improvement Committees and the IHCA Medicare Committee. She is knowledgeable regarding issues related to quality improvement, regulatory compliance and clinical practice in post-acute care settings, including home care. Mary Jane has many years of provider experience, as she has served as a registered nurse, licensed nursing home administrator, certified assisted living manager and a former clinical manager for a home health agency.
Mary Madison
Mary Madison
Mary Madison, RN, RAC-CT, CDP, has over 45 years of long-term care experience, specializing in assisted living and skilled nursing. She has extensive experience in teaching MDS coding and process requirements to long-term care providers. Mary currently works as a clinical consultant for Briggs Healthcare. She provides training and consulting on infection prevention and control, the MDS 3.0 and person-centered care planning. She is passionate about quality of life and quality of care for our elderly citizens, especially those with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
Mary Mahoney
Mary Mahoney
Mary Mahoney is a certified wound ostomy continence (WOC) nurse at UnityPoint at Home, where she and her WOC team use their WOC expertise to consult and collaborate with field clinicians providing care to patients in their homes via telehealth. Mary is the past president and board member of the Wound Ostomy Continence Nursing Certification Board (WOCNCB). She is also adjunct faculty at WEBWOC Nursing Education Program, the premier online WOC nursing education program. Mary discovered her passion in life is the care of vulnerable patients and education of nurses and caregivers who provide the care.
Mary Sell
Mary Sell
Mary Sell is the menu services manager at Martin Brothers Distributing Co., Inc. Mary’s responsibilities include directing the provision of menu services to all health care customers and supervising menu production staff. Mary has experience using menu programs to develop recipes and menus, nutrient and cost analyses reports, order guides and other menu reports for customers. Other responsibilities include marketing and training on use of the menu and guest card programs to customers, prospective customers and sales staff, delivering in-service seminars on a variety of dietetic and nutrition topics, and making product recommendations to customers and sakes staff. Previously, Mary has worked for Martin Brothers as a marketing dietitian and menu production manager.
Michelle Danner
Michelle Danner
Michelle Danner is the director of HR for Accura HealthCare, providing support to Accura’s Iowa facilities. Michelle has 20 plus years of HR experience in varied settings such as retail, agriculture and human services, including five years in a long-term care setting. Michelle summarizes her role in HR as three primary areas of responsibility: advocacy, gatekeeper and resource. She has a personal goal to promote a positive image of HR to be seen as the “friendly neighborhood HR department.​” Michelle has a psychology degree from Morningside College and has earned her SHRM-CP and HRCI-PHR professional HR certifications.
Michelle Kinneer
Michelle Kinneer
Dr. Michelle Kinneer, PhD, JD, MSN, RN, CPHRM, CHPC, CHC, is a risk and patient safety education manager with MMIC Insurance. Dr. Kinneer joined MMIC in 2014 in the role of senior risk and patient safety consultant. In this capacity, she worked collaboratively with clients providing resources, educational programs and consulting services. While on-site with clients, she strived to engage every level of the organization, from the board and C-suite to the frontline staff, to understand their role in providing safe, quality processes to serve their patients. Dr. Kinneer leverages her experience working in the frontlines of risk and patient safety, vast consulting experience and analytical skills to assist health care team members in delivering quality care through systems designed to reduce risk and promote patient safety.
Nick Kluesner
Nick Kluesner
Dr. Nick Kluesner, MD, FACEP, is the associate medical director for UnityPoint Des Moines emergency departments. He serves on the hospital ethics committee, is the vice chair of the Iowa Medical Society’s Law and Ethics Committee and sits on the American College of Emergency Physicians Ethics Committee on a national level. He teaches the ethics curriculum for the University of Iowa Emergency Medicine Residency and co-directs the Medical Ethics 1 and 2 courses for Des Moines University.
Paige Hector
Paige Hector
Paige Hector is a clinical educator and professional speaker with over 25 years of experience in post-acute and long-term care settings. She specializes in diverse topics for the interdisciplinary team and sustainable process improvement. Paige writes extensively on topics relevant to nursing homes and is currently authoring multiple chapters of Managing the Long-Term Care Facility. She is actively involved in committees for AMDA and was named the Gerontologist of the Year for the Arizona Geriatrics Society.
Petra Marquart
Petra Marquart
Petra Marquart is the executive director of the long-term care training company, See ME, Inc. Petra speaks nationally on how to provide life-affirming customer service in compassionate care. She is the author of The Power of Service: Keeping Customers for Life and has created and developed a video-based customer service training program specifically for people who serve seniors and the elderly. Whether speaking on customer service, leadership, personal power or performance, Petra’s skilled stage presence comes, in part, from her experience working as a performer in Las Vegas with such stars as Elvis Presley and Tina Turner.
Preethi Fernando
Preethi Fernando
Preethi Fernando is an educator and the author of nine self-help and personal development books. Preethi teaches business leaders and health care professionals at national conferences and currently with virtual presentations. Her areas of expertise are in emotional intelligence, customer service, time management and diversity in the workplace. Her latest message makes a connection with people who have been impacted by COVID-19. Preethi’s latest publication is titled, The War Against COVID-19: The Road to Recovery. She is a graduate of Tufts University, Boston. Originally from the island of Sri Lanka, Preethi now calls Colorado her home.
Rachelle Blough
Rachelle Blough
Rachelle L. Blough is a certified recreational therapist and certified dementia practitioner currently serving as vice president of life enrichment and innovation for Bay Bridge Senior Living. Rachelle has previously served as the national director of assisted living and memory care resident enrichment programming for a senior living company. Rachelle also served as assistant vice president of quality of life programs and corporate director of memory care services for a group of skilled nursing communities. While serving in that capacity, she assisted in the creation and standardizing of memory care services for ten skilled nursing communities in the Chicago area. Rachelle is an approved instructor to teach the course for NCCDP to allow individuals become certified dementia practitioners.
Reta Underwood
Reta Underwood
Reta Underwood has 34 years of professional work experience in long-term care, including facility-level roles and two decades of consulting and training services throughout the country. She is nationally certified through the American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordination (AANAC) as a Resident Assessment Coordinator (RAC-CT), Certified Nurse Manager and has successfully completed AANAC Medicare University and nurse manager courses.
Robin Hillier
Robin Hillier
Robin Hillier, CPA, STNA, LNHA, RAC-MT, is the president and owner of RLH Consulting, which has provided reimbursement, operational and accounting consulting to long-term care providers since 1998. She is a certified public accountant, a state tested nurse aide, a licensed nursing home administrator, resident assessment coordinator-certified and master trainer through the American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordinators. She is also a member of the AANAC Expert Advisory Panel. Prior to starting her own businesses, Robin worked for several multi-facility long-term care providers and regional accounting and consulting firms. She has held a variety of positions in accounting, reimbursement, finance and operations.
Rob Fiori
Rob Fiori
Rob Fiori serves as a solutions manager at Martin Brothers Distributing Co., Inc. He oversees sales and service of all cleaning products, supplies and equipment. He leads a team of environmental solution specialists dedicated to cleaning, disinfecting and infection control solutions in the health care industry. Rob has almost 40 years of experience in the food service arena and close to 25 years of experience specializing in sales, service and training for health care environmental services. He is a board member of IALA (Iowa Assisted Living Association) and presents at many senior living events every year.
Sarah Ennis
Sarah Ennis
Sarah Ennis is the founder and president of SparkPoint Inc. and has devoted the last 20 years to helping organizations, leaders and teams unleash their vast potential. Sarah has a passion for helping others achieve their goals through customized and focused solutions that can be sustainable in their culture. Through years of experience, she has learned that a healthy, accountable and purpose-driven team is one of the most powerful tools for success.
Sharon Litwin
Sharon Litwin
Sharon Litwin is founder and senior managing partner of Five Star Consultants, a national consulting and coding firm specializing in home care and hospice services since 2003. Sharon was an ACHC and CHAP surveyor, performing Medicare deemed surveys for ten years. In her consulting firm, Sharon assists home care and hospice agencies in providing quality, meeting regulations, ICD-10 coding, OASIS, increasing outcomes and Five Star Ratings and having continued survey readiness. Sharon and her staff perform ICD-10 coding and OASIS reviews, QAPI, clinical record reviews, mock surveys and help agencies across the country stay in compliance. Sharon is a regular speaker to education companies, state and national associations and publications.
Stacy Hejda
Stacy Hejda
Stacy Hejda is the owner and vice president of regulatory compliance for Assisted Living Partners. She has over 15 years of experience working with assisted living programs in Iowa. Stacy currently serves as the past president to the Iowa Center for Assisted Living (ICAL) Board of Directors, is a member of the ICAL Payment for Services Committee and is chairperson of the ICAL Quality Committee. Stacy represented Iowa as an NCAL 2013-2014 Future Leader of America. She received her assisted living management certification in 2002.
Todd Leri
Todd Leri
Todd Leri is the chief growth officer of CareBridge, an EVV provider, health care service and technology company focused on improving care for individuals receiving long-term support services. Prior to launching CareBridge, Todd was a founding team member and served as the senior vice president of business development for Remedy Partners. At Remedy Partners, Todd led provider partnerships and risk arrangements, and helped the company grow from the idea phase to managing patient-centered programs across 44 states. Prior to Remedy Partners, he served as a director in Alvarez and Marsal’s health care industry group. Todd earned an undergraduate and a graduate degree in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
Tricia Hoffman-Simanek
Tricia Hoffman-Simanek
Tricia Hoffman-Simanek is an attorney and senior vice president at Shuttleworth and Ingersoll. Amongst her colleagues at Shuttleworth, Tricia is a respected mentor and leader. Her legal work focuses on civil litigation, professional malpractice and insurance law. She is often sought for her counsel and representation on HIPAA issues and compliance, professional licensure matters and risk management. Tricia has represented and defended many entities and individuals in litigation matters, including medical malpractice and insurance claims.