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Team and Advisory Council

Team
 

Leadership Team

  • Marissa McKeever, Esq.

    Co-Founder and Former Director
    Ms. McKeever serves as the Director of Government and Community Affairs for Sibley Memorial Hospital. She is passionate about advancing equity, investing in underserved communities, and building capacity for system-level change.
    Marissa McKeever, Esq.
  • Wendell Felder

    Senior Program Manager of Community Engagement
    Wendell Felder currently serves as the Senior Program Manager of Community Engagement at Sibley Memorial Hospital & Johns Hopkins Medicine. He is passionate about influencing younger generations through public service by showing you're never too young to fulfill your civic duty.
    Wendell Felder
  • Steven Ragsdale

    Health Equity Advisor
    Mr. Ragsdale serves as Associate Faculty at the Bloomberg School of Public Health and is the Founder of Connecting the Dots Consulting. He is a medical historian and former healthcare administrator who is passionate about unearthing American history to create culture shifts that construct a better tomorrow.
    Steven Ragsdale
  • Marianne Panke

    Program Experience & Operations
    Ms. Panke ensures that every touchpoint with our teams and community stakeholders honor those we serve. Marianne is passionate about supporting leaders to transform the barriers and challenges they face into the life they envision for themselves and their community.
    Marianne Panke
  • Bri Hornberger

    Designer in Residence
    Bri Hornberger is a recent graduate of Drexel University's Product Design program. She is passionate about involving people in the design process to create better products, systems, and services for all.
    Bri Hornberger
  • Gloria Prue

    Marketing and Communications Intern
    Gloria Prue is a recent graduate of American University's Film and Media Production program. She is passionate about amplifying the voice of underserved communities through media advocacy.
    Gloria Prue
  • Journey Jamison

    Social Impact and Health Equity Intern
    Journey Jamison is a senior at Howard University studying Health Management. She is a Chicago native who is passionate about community driven solutions and supporting equitable innovation in our healthcare system.
    Journey Jamison
  • Kelsea Little

    Social Impact and Health Equity Intern
    Kelsea Little is a rising senior at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. studying Healthcare and Management. She is passionate about dismantling healthcare disparities for those from underserved communities.
    Kelsea Little
 

Advisory Council

The Ward Infinity Advisory Council consists of civic leaders who offer Sibley strategic advice on amplifying impact while honoring the values of community residents and leaders.
 

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