Our Facilitators


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Sherrie Frank


Sherrie serves as program director for The Learning Well and is the lead workshop facilitator. She is a certified master practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming, or NLP, a communication approach, and has more than 1,500 hours of facilitation training. She has been a workshop facilitator since 2008. A native Oregonian, Sherrie lives in Corvallis with her husband, Michael Frank. She has three grown children and four beautiful and brilliant grandchildren. She loves travel, reading, cooking, learning anything new, and being fully engaged.

sfrank@laclinicahealth.org



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Justin Adams


Family Physician Justin Adams favors a wellness approach to supporting the health and well-being of his patients. He is a part of the care team at La Clinica Wellness Center. Dr. Adams grew up in Ashland, where he now lives with his family.


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Dori Best


Dori Best was born and raised in Argentina and for 20 years dedicated her life to health and wellness as a PE teacher, personal and fitness trainer, swimming coach, weight-lifting trainer, and triathlete. She moved to the United States to finish her education and holds a master’s degree in mental health counseling and a certification in substance use disorder. She serves as a behavioral health clinician at La Clinica.


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Keith Casebolt


Keith Casebolt is chief executive officer at Medford’s Medical Eye Center, a multi-specialty ophthalmology and optometry practice with 165 staff members. Over the last 25 years in that role, he’s been deeply involved in transforming the culture through accountable openness, leading to certification as a licensed Human Element practitioner in 2014. He is also certified as a master practitioner in neuro-linguistic programming. Keith and his wife Patty consult in healthcare operations and facilitation in trust and team building and train new managers and supervisors. He speaks regularly at conferences and publishes articles on these topics. He loves traveling, photography, reading, hiking, camping, learning to cook healthy foods, and floating the Rogue River.


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Grace Enriquez


Grace Enriquez is a bilingual, bicultural wellness coach with 15 years of experience in health care. She was born in southern California and raised in Mexico, relocating to Oregon in 1998. Grace is a certified community health worker and a licensed Zumba Instructor. Because of her own well-being journey, she has taken interest in a holistic approach in the classes and workshops she leads. Grace believes everyone has the capacity to lead healthier, happier lives and uses her coaching skills to support others in their wellness journey. She enjoys cooking, karaoke, dancing, and traveling to the beach.


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Brenda Johnson


La Clinica's CEO is a dynamic and heart-focused leader who started her career as a public health nurse and created a distinct leadership style as she grew in her role. She is an expert in relationship-based leadership and accountable communication. Brenda began her career with La Clinica in 2000. She holds a master’s degree in business administration from Purdue University, a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Oregon Health Sciences University, and a bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Southern Oregon University. She is a Portland, Oregon native who has lived in Medford since 1985. In her leisure time she enjoys singing, reading, and spending time with her family.


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Steve Johnson


Steve Johnson is a co-facilitator of Listening Heart couples workshop alongside his wife, Brenda. He is also leadership intern coordinator for The Learning Well and has been active in related workshops since 2011. Now a commercial photographer, Steve worked for more than 20 years as an award-winning photojournalist and newspaper photo editor. He is a certified cooking skill educator and teaches cooking to vulnerable people in Jackson and Josephine counties. A native of southern Oregon, he is the father of five and loves international travel, hiking, cooking, reading, and cruising the trails and back roads of the Rogue Valley by bicycle.



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Bryon Lambert


Bryon Lambert is equity, diversity, and inclusion director for La Clinica and former director of equity and inclusion at Seattle’s Cross Cultural Health Care Program, a training and consulting nonprofit. A skilled and trained communicator with a passion for sharing principles of equity and inclusion, Bryon has 25 years’ leadership in the nonprofit sector. He holds a bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of Illinois at Springfield.

blambert@laclinicaheaalth.org



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Meg Mitchell


Meg Mitchell is Learning Well coach for La Clinica and formerly worked as a leader in the federal government for 30 years in organizations ranging from 10 to 350 employees. While in Oregon, she served as a forest supervisor, a state liaison, and as an assistant director for civil rights for the U.S. Forest Service. A coach for more than 10 years, she enjoys partnering with others to pursue what inspires and fulfills them. She is certified by the International Coaching Federation.

memitchell@laclinicahealth.org



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Dave Roast


Dave Roast is a personal growth and organizational development consultant who lives and works in Seattle. He completed our first facilitator training program in 2017 and has advanced training in coaching, management, neuro-linguistic programming, and emotional intelligence. He enjoys a variety of outdoor sports including biking, hiking, and skiing with his wife, Kim, and daughter, Kaia. David loves working with people who share his passion for laughter, personal growth, and contributing to vibrant, healthy, and diverse communities.



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Page Rossiter


Page Rossiter is passionate about creating safe places for people to be seen and heard in their authenticity. She has been facilitating personal development programs, workshops, and circles for 24 years. She earned her degree from the University of Delaware and is a certified professional Co-Active coach (CTI), Woman Within facilitator, and Thrive Retreat leader. Page’s graceful and warm personality inspires learning, connection, and transformation. Her family (hubby, 3 meows, and puppy) are calling San Diego home. She adores deep conversations, time on her porch swing, and sharing hugs.


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Ana Maria Salaverry


Certified community health worker Ana Maria Salaverry was born in Lima, Peru. She studied at Teresa Ocampo Culinary School, developing her cooking skills and learning to transform recipes into healthy meals for her family. She realized culinary arts were her passion and operated a cafeteria at her daughter’s school before moving to Oregon in 1997. She has proudly served her community since 2000 through a variety of roles at La Clinica. She is grateful for the opportunities and skills she has developed and excited to continue to grow and offer her services to the community.

asalaverry@laclinicahealth.org



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Maria Underwood


Maria Ramos Underwood guides La Clinica’s fundraising initiatives and helps community partners join in the work of improving the health and well-being of our community. Before joining La Clinica, Maria was Hispanic outreach advocate for Dunn House, a domestic violence shelter. She graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. Born in Mexico, she was a child of seasonal farm workers and grew up using community-based health services similar to those provided by La Clinica. She relocated to Medford in 1997 from Tempe, Arizona, when her husband Verne was hired by Rogue Community College. The couple has two adult children. She is an avid reader and enjoys traveling, cooking, and watching movies with her family.

munderwood@laclinicahealth.org



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Laura Winslow


Laura Winslow is a registered yoga therapist who specializes in therapeutic yoga, mindfulness, and other mind-body practices for addiction, depression, anxiety, trauma, and chronic pain. Her classes provide coping skills, relapse prevention tools, and practices for calming and energizing the mind and body. She is the co-author of the pain management curriculum Breaking Free of Chronic Pain and has worked with numerous southern Oregon organizations including Addictions Recovery Center, Genesis Recovery Center, Kolpia Counseling, Lithia Spring Program, OnTrack Rogue Valley, and the YMCA. She holds a bachelor's degree in international finance and ran a securities brokerage business for seven years.