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Ed Martinez has over 30 years of healthcare management experience, including the administration of two acute care hospitals, two urban community health centers and one multi-specialty medical group. Mr. Martinez earned his master's in public health (hospital administration) from Yale University. He also received master's and bachelor's degrees in public administration from San Diego State University. In September 1998, Mr. Martinez joined the staff of San Ysidro Health Center (SYHC) as the organization's CEO.

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Carmela Castellano-Garcia is CEO of the California Primary Care Association (CPCA), a professional organization representing more than 600 nonprofit community clinics and health centers in California that provide comprehensive, quality health care services to primarily low-income, uninsured and underserved Californians.

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Bruce Alfano is CEO of the Rural Communities Housing Development Corporation (RCHDC), which develops housing projects involving low-income families and low income elderly. It has expanded into operating a self-help housing program serving Lake, Mendocino, and Humboldt Counties. He was formerly executive director of West County Community Services, an organization offering counseling, youth employment services, a senior center, Sonoma works, adult employment services, a food bank and housing assistance to residents of Guerneville in Sonoma County.

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Allen Miller, CEO of COPE Health Solutions, has over 19 years of experience working for and with hospitals and healthcare systems and has provided strategic planning, business development and operations analysis/improvement consulting services to hospitals throughout Southern California. Mr. Miller is a graduate of UCLA, both for his Bachelors of Science and his MPH degrees. He also completed a one-week intensive on International Business at Oxford University in England. Currently, Mr. Miller serves on the Advisory Boards of Community Partners and the Mt.



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