|Board of Directors: Officers||Board of Directors: At-Large||Ex Officio Members||Past Presidents|
Rosalee Allan, FACHE, served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer for Pathology Associates Medical Laboratories (PAML) from 1999 to May 2017 when PAML was sold to a national laboratory provider. Recognizing that 80% of laboratory error occurs in pre- and post-analytical processes, she led innovation in these areas with a continuous focus on decreasing health care service failures, improving responsiveness to client resolution and improving patient safety.
Ms. Allan received her BS degree in Healthcare Financial Management from Whitworth University. She is currently a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and has been a long-standing member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and holds PHR and SHRM-CP certifications. Currently she is employed as a full-time professor at Eastern Washington University and teaches in the Health Services Administration Department. Ms. Allan currently serves on the Executive Committee for the Washington State Patient Safety Coalition. She has also personally been recognized in her career. In 2010, The Inland Business Catalyst magazine recognized her as one of Spokane’s Most Powerful People in Business and in 2014; she was awarded the Prime Spirit Award recognizing her work through the years with children advocacy groups and the homeless. In 2017, she was inducted into the Upsilon Phi Delta Society health care organization.
Valerie Chrusciel is the Chief Operating Officer for Overlake Medical Clinics, LLC., where she oversees the operations and strategy of a 150-provider multispecialty practice associated with Overlake Medical Center. Ms. Chrusciel joined Overlake Hospital Medical Center in 2007 as Director of Operations for Overlake Medical Clinics and lead the growth and development of Overlake’s Primary Care and Urgent Care network on the Eastside. Prior to this she held management roles in the Internal Medicine Department of The Emory Clinic in Atlanta, GA.
Ms. Chrusciel has more than 25 years of healthcare experience in a variety of roles in Academic Medical Centers as well as the Pharmaceutical Industry including direct patient care, sales, marketing and operations management. Ms. Chrusciel has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Pharmacy from the University of Alberta, a Residency in Hospital Pharmacy from the University of British Columbia and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Richmond. Ms. Chrusciel is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. She also currently serves on the board of LifeWire.
Brittany McCreery, MD
Brittany McCreery MD, MBA is a Florida native who moved to Washington state in 2015. Dr. McCreery is the Director of Medical Staff Practice for the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA), where she oversees professional service contracting, clinical capacity management, medical staff regulatory and accreditation affairs, and standardization of clinical practice.
Dr. McCreery attended the University of Pennsylvania where she earned a BA in Biochemistry. She went on to complete her medical degree at Florida State University School of Medicine. She conducted post-graduate training in Internal Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital as well as Orlando Heath. Brittany also holds an MBA with a concentration in Healthcare Management from Western Governors University and recently finished a Certificate in Innovation with Stanford Graduate School of Business, which fueled her passion for the design and delivery of healthcare services that improve the care experience for providers and patients alike. In addition to serving on the Washington State Healthcare Executives Forum Board, she also represents SCCA-Fred Hutch on the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Board of Directors.
Melissa Moran-Hodge is a Clinical Outcomes Analyst for Proliance Surgeons, one of the largest surgical practices in the country, with over 425 providers providing treatment at more than 100 care centers in Washington State. She focuses on demonstrating clinical excellence and value in multi-specialty care. She is especially interested showing high quality care delivered in lower-cost ambulatory settings through both clinical measures and patient-reported outcomes.
Ms. Moran-Hodge earned her Master of Health Administration degree from the University of Washington and holds a Bachelors in Physiology and minor in Chemistry from Seattle Pacific University. She is also a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality through NAHQ. Born and raised in the PNW, Ms. Moran-Hodge loves all things outdoors and also a nice rainy day with a book. In addition to WSHEF, she serves on the board for Imani Care International, a small not-for-profit venture serving healthcare clinics in some of the most vulnerable communities of Nairobi, Kenya, and loves volunteering with Camp Erin, a weekend camp run through Providence Hospice of Seattle which allows kids an experience that combines grief education and emotional support with fun, traditional camp activities.
Russell J. Woolley
Russell J. Woolley serves as the Chief Operating Officer/Hospital Administrator at CHI Franciscan Health, Highline Medical Center. Prior to joining CHI Franciscan Health in October of 2016, Mr. Woolley served as Vice President Operations at University of Colorado Health in Fort Collins, Colorado, where he was recognized as one of northern Colorado’s “40 under forty” by the Colorado Business Report as an individual who made significant contributions of time and talent to his organization and the community.
Mr. Woolley is still active in community events and organizations. He serves on the board of directors for Highline Medical Center Foundation; Highline Medical Services Organization; Performance Home Medical; and Highline Physical Therapy.
Mr. Woolley graduated from University of Michigan with a master’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in health management & policy. His undergraduate study was completed at Brigham Young University. Russ and his wife, Carrie, a performing violinist and music educator, are parents of four children and live in Normandy Park, Washington.
Andrea Zavos Turner
Since 2018, Andrea Zavos Turner, FACHE, has been the Director of Primary and Urgent Care at Overlake Medical Center & Clinics in Bellevue, Washington. She previously served as the Associate Administrator of Ambulatory Care & Allied Care Services at Harborview Medical Center / UW Medicine (2016-2018); Chief, Clinical Services Division at Madigan Army Medical Center (JBLM; 2008-2016); and the Director of Business Operations, Division of Ambulatory Care at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City (2004-2008). From 1998 to 2004, Ms. Turner served as a United States Army Medical Service Corps officer in a variety of staff positions, including a comptroller internship and clinical operations.
Ms. Turner was the recipient of the American College of Healthcare Executives Regent’s Award for excellence in healthcare management in 2010 and 2015. She has served with the Board of Directors of the Washington State Healthcare Executives Forum for in a variety of roles including Chapter President and Military Representative to the Board.
In addition to her service to ACHE, Ms. Turner is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Seattle and has worked with several committees including Bellevue Arts, Life Skills-Teen and Advocacy Vice Chair. Ms. Turner actively participates in City of Bellevue civic activities graduating from the Bellevue Essentials leadership program in 2013 and the Community Emergency Response Team in 2017. She currently serves on Citizen Corps Council, is the Legislative Representative for the Medina PTA, and team manager for Bellevue United FC & Bellevue West Little League. She has previously served as a founding club member, Club President, and Area Governor for Toastmasters International, a leading organization in public speaking and leader development.
Ms. Turner received her master of health science degree with a concentration in health finance and management from The Johns Hopkins University and her bachelor of arts degree from Tulane University.