As the Director of Health Policy and Governmental Affairs for the Louisiana Primary Care Association, Mrs. Netters directed the association’s Health Policy Initiatives and Fundraising efforts, working with the state’s Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) to provide structure and support for implementation of organizational strategies. She also serves as an independent organizational development consultant for the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control Office of Smoking and Health.
Mrs. Netters is a seasoned Public Administration professional, certified in Project Management, with over ten years of experience in Public Health programming, strategic partnership management, health disparities and healthcare system transformation. From 2012 – 2016, she served as the Gulf Region Health Outreach Program – Primary Care Capacity Project Manager with the Louisiana Public Health Institute where she led the design and implementation of the program and provided tailored technical assistance to FQHCs in Mississippi and Florida. She also served as the state’s Chronic Disease Director for the Louisiana Department of Health Office of Public Health in 2011 – 2012.
Mrs. Netters earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology from Louisiana State University and a Master of Public Administration, concentrating in Nonprofit Organizational Development, from Louisiana State University’s E.J. Orso College of Business. Her expertise includes Strategic Planning, Community Health Programming, and Grant Writing. Her primary areas of interest include Leadership Development and Health Equity Advocacy. As the Executive Director of 504HealthNet, she looks forward to leading the 504HealthNet Membership expand its reach outside of their clinical practices into addressing social determinants of health – utilizing their leadership and engagement in community activism, economic development, education, and healthful food security for the betterment of area residents.
Email Tiffany at TJNetters@504HealthNet.org
Dani is a driven young professional from Baltimore with degrees in Public Health and International Development from Tulane University. She thoroughly enjoyed working with various start-ups and non-profits in Baltimore, New Orleans, and India over the past five years. She is excited to be back in New Orleans working with 504HealthNet to transform the regional health care system and improve health equity. As a program coordinator at 504HealthNet, she supports the executive director in implementing policy and outreach initiatives focused on improving access to health care for low-income residents.
Angela Minor is the Professional Development & Training Coordinator at the 504HealthNet. She plans and organizes trainings for 504HealthNet member organizations and staff, LCP and LBCHP (Louisiana Breast and Cervical Health Program) staff and strategic partners. She manages an online training platform ensuring onboarding and continuing education content is available for health center staff. She received a AA in Secondary Education from Washtenaw Community College. Before joining the 504HealthNet her extensive experience included organizational management with non-profit organizations, educational training, support and Human Resources.
Alexis is a second-generation Cuban American born and raised in New Orleans. After graduating from Ben Franklin High School, she attained her BA in Molecular Biology from Colorado College and MPH in International Health and Development from Tulane School of Public Health. Alexis has extensive experience working abroad, having worked in Kenya, Haiti, and as a Maternal and Child Health Peace Corps Volunteer in Guatemala. She has also worked here in New Orleans at various nonprofits helping to support the health of marginalized communities. As Patient Navigator with the Louisiana Breast and Cervical Health Program (LBCHP), Alexis helps patients access preventative health services in a timely and convenient manner. She is passionate about addressing inequalities and disparities within health care.
Oluwaseun Aloba is a Public Health Associate with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. He consults with 504HealthNet in the areas of disease prevention, health promotion and protection, and other public health initiatives. He has a MBBS degree in Medicine and Surgery from Ladoke Akintola University Nigeria and a Master’s degree in Public Health (epidemiology) from Texas A&M University.
Oluwaseun works to contribute to the global effort to tackle communicable and non-communicable disease prevention among the most vulnerable population worldwide; he also works to contribute to the global effort for improving health outcomes in low-and middle-income populations worldwide. His research Interests include Maternal and Child Health and preventive medicine research.