Jeanette May, PhD, MPH
Jeanette May has over twenty years of experience as a healthcare leader in the nonprofit and for profit health care sectors. Dr. May's experience includes leading several large healthcare associations including the Healthcare Systems Research Network and the Surgical Collaborative of Wisconsin. In addition, Dr. May has served as a sub contractor for multiple contracts with NIH and others. Dr. May has been published in the areas of population health, rural health, collaborative quality, and community cancer care.
Bailey is a communication and event planning expert with expertise in healthcare specifically. Her prior experience includes serving as the Communications and Event Planning Specialist at the Surgical Collaborative of Wisconsin. In this role she contributed to helping plan the Collaborative's Regional Meetings by organizing outreach, social media, and planning of the meetings.
Ms. Nolting has also done work for HERO Health where she supports the Communications Director with various tasks including social media and design.
She has previously worked for the Humane Society of Tampa Bay under the Communications and Public Relations Manager assisting with planning social media, organizing external media, and writing intake and adoption press releases.
Ms. Nolting worked for SOFWERX as a graphic designer creating graphics using Adobe Creative Cloud that are used on the SOFWERX social media pages, website, and printed designs for events.
Jean Range, MS, BSN
Jean Range, MS, BSN, is a healthcare executive and transformational leader with expertise in population health, care management, healthcare quality and change management.
Her strong strategic orientation and aptitude for product/program development and management have proven to be a powerful foundation for success in leading both population health operations and product lines. A true conceptual thinker, she possesses the ability to transform concepts into reality, and to communicate a compelling strategic vision capable of generating excitement and motivation among stakeholders.
As Executive Director of Strategic Business Initiatives with The Joint Commission, she led the growth of the Disease-Specific Certification product line, including the creation of 10 clinical certification offerings, from ideation through all phases of development and implementation, resulting in widespread adoption of evidence-based care in several clinical areas. In addition, she established and managed external strategic alliances with multiple nonprofit associations seeking to improve care.