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Tarrah Lowry-Schreiner has more than a decade of progressive health care leadership and has been the president and chief executive officer at Sangre de Cristo Hospice & Palliative Care since April 2016 after serving in a number of senior leadership roles, including operations, compliance and business development.
Dr. Holder is a Pueblo-native and internal medicine specialist with more than five years of diverse health care experience.
Wendi Dammann is an innovative, results-driven strategic health care executive with proven ability to expand the reach of an organization’s brand by fueling connected communities through development and operational success.
Martinez has more than 20 years of nonprofit leadership experience, most recently serving as executive director of Pueblo’s health care alliance, Pueblo Triple Aim Corporation.
Ron Padilla brings over 15 years’ experience in finance working as a controller for a non-profit organization located in Silicon Valley, CA. He brings strong experience in financial analysis, accounting and budgeting.
Amy Rose is a certified hospice and palliative care nurse and passionate hospice educator. She has been with Sangre de Cristo Hospice since 2015 and is currently the director of education and clinical services, responsible for the clinical and quality operations throughout the organization.
Joni Phillips, our Director of Human Resources, came to Sangre de Cristo Hospice in 2012 serving as the Employee Relations Specialist. She has nearly 10 years of Human Resources experience in the healthcare field and is certified as a Professional in Human Resources.
Margo Hatton, a Pueblo native, received a certification as a Certified Fund Raising Executive in 2012. She most recently worked for the Salvation Army as the Director of Major Gifts & Corporate Relations. She also helped in raising $6.6 million for the completion of Gateway Park and the Veterans’ Bridge