Brittany Baltakis, Project Manager of Remote Care (SW Region)

Ms. Baltakis is an experienced project manager responsible for handling remote care projects and sales, specifically in the southwestern U.S. She supports Nalari’s efforts by managing projects and augmenting sales efforts nationwide, including a current project with the Navajo Nation. Ms. Baltakis earned a certificate of mediation and a possesses a range of experience in project management and conflict management. Prior to joining Nalari, Ms. Baltakis held leadership roles with Aura Solutions LLC, an IT company, and oversaw administrative duties for 3M’s Motor Vehicles Systems & Services division. Ms. Baltakis graduated from the University of Colorado Denver and is actively pursuing her PMP certification..

Michael Clark, Business Development Executive

Mr. Clark has over 37 years of experience working in the health care field. He has spent more than 20 years working with health plans in a variety of roles including network development, underwriting, sales and sales management. He also has deep experience with managed behavioral health and pharmacy benefit management operations. Besides his direct involvement in health plans and management, Mr. Clark also held leadership roles with a leading health care consulting firm. Most recently, he applied this background experience to the remote patient monitoring (RPM) setting in an effort to help bend the health cost curve through new technology platforms. In that role, he became more familiar with the Nalari Healthcare mission and eventually joined the company as part of its management team. Mr. Clark works with Nalari clients to help build remote care delivery systems to supplement their existing delivery and care models to improve outcomes, lower costs and increase the QoL of individuals. Mr. Clark holds a B.A. in Economics from Bucknell University.

Michael Cooley, Executive Director Of Business Development

Michael Cooley is a results-driven senior executive with over 25 years of successful leadership within multiple industries. Most recently, he served as CEO of a health records management and storage solutions company during a pivotal growth period in the company’s history, where it expanded from a regional provider to a national player in less than five years. Mr. Cooley has extensive experience in creating and building high-performing sales and business development teams, and special expertise in executing significant financial transactions among both private and public institutions. At Nalari, Mr. Cooley champions a sales culture with an emphasis on achieving consistent revenue and earnings growth, adopting a strategic approach to results and cultivating strong customer relationships. He holds a Business Management and Administration degree from Brookhaven College and Management certifications from Rice University.

Sara Enright, Director of Strategic Initiatives

As the director of strategic initiatives for Nalari Health, Ms. Enright brings strategy and general management expertise to the company. Her experience spans across several industries, including more than a decade in leadership roles at Year Up, one of the nation’s fastest growing social enterprises. She also served as the founding executive director of Year Up’s first expansion site in Providence, Rhode Island and later held multiple leadership roles on the organization’s national team. Prior to her work at Year Up, Ms. Enright held strategy and analysis roles at the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC), AltaVista and Deloitte Consulting. Ms. Enright earned her BA at Dartmouth College and her MBA at Harvard Business School.

Dean Lapham, M.Ed., Corporate Training & Knowledge Development

Mr. Lapham is a professional trainer and educator who has worked with medical staffs, business people and educators teaching innovative approaches and solutions in business and clinical settings for over 20 years. Mr. Lapham has led seamless transitions as new clients utilize new products and platforms and demonstrated proven project management and logistics leadership. Mr. Lapham’s anges from roles with Up With People, the world-renowned, cross-cultural and educational program, to a high school social studies teacher to a business development consultant. With a background in Project Management, Dean played a major role in Florida based projects such as Design Miami, The Super Show, and numerous educational trade shows. He was also the lead Project Manager on the building of the Ritz-Carlton (formally St. Regis) on Ft. Lauderdale beach under the late John McDonald. As a consultant and lead trainer for Academic Innovations, Dean led and designed training sessions to motivate State level education representatives, increased the expansion of sales goals and directed a documentary for Academic Innovations. Along with his role at Nalari Health, he is currently working with Dr. Rebecca Dedmond at George Washington University on a certification in global career development.

Dina Mandeville, VP Finance

Ms. Mandeville has more than 15 years’ experience managing the implementation of financial systems and controls in early-stage, high-growth technology businesses. From development of pro forma financial forecasts and selection and roll-out of accounting systems to production of accurate and timely financial reports, Ms. Mandeville has been intimately involved with companies from initial public offering through exit by merger. She is an accomplished manager of annual budgets of more than $80 million in net revenues, with financial leadership roles at companies including Charter One Inc. and Exchange Applications, Inc. She holds a BS in accounting from Bentley College.

Alistair Nicol, Chief Technology Officer

Mr. Nicol has more than 15 years of experience in systems development, design and consultancy with a variety of state and local government agencies. An accomplished software architect and designer, he acts as chief security officer and chief technology officer for Nalari, driving the development of the proprietary platform and guiding the technical team. Before coming to Nalari, Mr. Nicol worked with SAIC as a solutions architect, technical lead and security officer. In the health arena, Mr. Nicol has worked with the South Carolina’s Department of Health and Environmental Control and Alaska’s Department of Health and Social Services in integrating a national disease surveillance system and HL7 disease reporting messaging system.

Mary Thipphavong, Project Manager

Mark Treat, President

Mr. Treat is the founder and Chief Executive of Nalari Health, a leading remote care provider, and Assistant Professor of the Practice of Health Services, Policy and Practice at the Brown University School of Public Health. Mr. Treat has extensive experience with large scale government contracting, systems integration and project management. Treat comes to Nalari Health from SAIC, an $11B, 45,000-person science, technology and professional service organization where he led the inception, sales and development of a new business practice, including the successful negotiation of over $100M in new contracts. Prior to working at SAIC, Mr. Treat led the strategy and planning practice for Commerce One, a leading internet services and online marketplace company. Mr. Treat’s experience includes working with online health information exchanges, co-founding a bioinformatics company, co-founding a cell-based screening company, working with syndromic surveillance programs and supporting the Johns Hopkins Center for Computer Based Surgical Systems. He is known for his expertise in business process management (BPM) and as vice president of the Association of Business Process Management Professionals. As vice president, he co-led the development of The Guide To The BPM Common Body of Knowledge (CBOK)™, which defines the professional standards for end-to-end business process management internationally. Mr. Treat is a graduate of Babson College.

Elizabeth Vetromile, M.Ed., Human Resources and Office Operations

Ms. Vetromile coordinates the human resources department and manages the office environment at Nalari Health. She is responsible for the implementation of company policies and employee compliance, new employee recruitment and orientation as well as ongoing professional development. She serves as point of contact for employee review, benefits, and compensation. Ms. Vetromile has served on several non-profit boards including the Flanagan Foundation, the Bayside YMCA, and the Women’s Resource Center. She holds a Master’s of Education in Counseling from Providence College and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire.

Tracy Williams, PMP, Director of Remote Care Delivery

Ms. Williams is an information technology executive with over 30 years of experience in the field working in roles ranging from hardware repair, business process reengineering, project management and leadership. Her career has spanned both the private and public sectors and her work history includes both state and local government agencies and Fortune 100 companies. While State CIO for Rhode Island, Ms. Williams served on Governor Donald Carcieri’s Health Information Technology (HIT) Issues Team and provided input to the committee regarding meeting the Governor’s objective of providing “Health Information – Anytime, Anyplace.” One of her many accomplishments, was the software development of the Patient Information Management System for Danvers State Hospital, Massachusetts Department of Mental Health. Ms. Williams is a graduate of Bentley University and is currently pursuing a masters at Harvard University.