A magna cum laude graduate from the University of Kentucky with a B.H.S. in health services management & from Eastern Kentucky University with an M.P.A. with an emphasis in community health. In May 2001, Ms. Moore joined the White House Clinics as the Berea Clinic Manager and soon became the Compliance Officer, then Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer in 2012. Ms. Moore has led efforts to increase the organization’s stewardship and involvement and accessibility in local communities. Under her leadership, the organization has also opened new locations in Rockcastle and Garrard Counties and established its first school-based clinic at Berea Community Schools. Ms. Moore is Certified Medical Practice Executive and has served on numerous community boards including Berea Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and the St. Joseph Foundation Board of Directors. Ms. Moore was recently named to the Board of Directors for the Kentucky Primary Care Association. She currently lives in Berea with her three children.
A Berea College graduate with a B.S. in business administration with an emphasis in accounting. Mr. Morgan has worked for various profit and non-profit clinics before joining White House Clinics in April 2006 as chief financial officer. He is responsible for Accounting, Billing & Maintenance departments.
Eastern Kentucky University grad with a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Health with an emphasis in Public Health. She was promoted from Dental Service Line Manager to Clerical Service Line Management to Chief Operating Officer where she is responsible for day to day organizational operations. She supervises departmental managers to ensure optimal and effective workflows throughout the clinics. Throughout her time at White House Clinics Mandy has coordinated the organizational OSHA program; organizing new employee and annual trainings, maintained recordkeeping, and developed organizational protocols to ensure OSHA compliance. Mandy also oversees the organizational Emergency Preparedness efforts.
Mr. Neal is a graduate of Georgetown College with B.S. in Information Systems and minor in business administration. He has worked in progressing roles within Information Technology since 1996, and for the last 10-12 years has focused on consulting with regulated industries like healthcare to better manage their IT operations while also establishing and maintaining compliance with HIPAA/HITECH. Most recently Mr. Neal led a practice for Crowe Horwath as Manager for Cyber Risk Advisory Services, delivering a consulting model for virtual CIO and virtual CISO services. At White House Clinics, he is responsible for Information Technology, Information Security, and Systems Analysis.
A native of Beattyville, Kentucky and cum laude graduate from Transylvania University with a degree in Biology and a minor in Psychology.
In 2001, she graduated from the University of Kentucky college of Medicine with high distinction. Dr. Fain completed her training pediatrics at the Children’s Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio. She became board-certified in pediatrics in 2004.
Dr. Fain began her career in pediatric medicine in Irvine, Kentucky and spent six years working at Children’s Clinic and Marcum and Wallace Memorial Hospital as the clinical nursing supervisor and synagis coordinator in addition to her patient care duties. She served as President of the Marcum and Wallace Hospital Medical Staff from 2006-2008. Dr. Fain joined White House Clinics in 2009 as staff pediatrician. In 2013, she was selected to serve as the organization’s Medical Director. Dr.Fain provides valuable clinical perspective at the organization’s most senior level and serves as an advocate for medical providers.
A Richmond Kentucky native, Dr. Blackburn received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Eastern Kentucky University in 2006 and her Doctorate of Pharmacy from Ohio State University in 2010. Her professional interests include diabetes education, anticoagulation management, medication management therapy and preceptorship. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading a good book and cheering on the Kentucky Wildcats.