Clinic Coordinator

Emma Thier

Education: 
B.S., University of Puget Sound
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I feel passionately about working at Neighborcare Health because we are working to eliminate barriers to healthcare. Working in the school based programs we make sure that students are not just getting their medical needs taken care of, but their psycho social needs too.
Other: 

Before joining NeighborCare Health Emma worked at Camp Korey, a non-profit camp for children with serious, life threatening illnesses.  While there she worked in a variety of capacities including as a camp counselor, in an administrative role and doing outreach.  In her free time Emma likes to rock climb and hike.  She also likes to travel and has spent time traveling in South East Asia and South America. 

Languages spoken:
English

Sara J. Haug

Education: 
BS, Western Washington University, 2008
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I work at Neighborcare Health because I believe everyone should have access to high-quality health care. I also enjoy working with kids, so working in the School-Based Health Program gives me the opportunity to work directly with kids and their families to improve their personal health.
Other: 

Before joining Neighborcare Health, Sara worked in health promotion with AmeriCorps VISTA and as a health educator at a school-based health center in New York City. She grew up in Kennewick, WA, but lived in New York City and northern California before coming to Seattle. In her spare time she enjoys running, hiking, kayaking and playing soccer. She also loves to read, cook for family and friends and practice yoga.

Languages spoken:
English

Caitlin Gerity

Education: 
BA, Western Washington University, 2007
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I work at Neighborcare Health because I am dedicated to providing accessible, affordable and quality health care to families and individuals in our community. Working in the school-based program is especially rewarding because I get to work with and learn from students of all different walks-of-life.
Other: 
Before joining Neighborcare Health Caitlin worked at a community health center in Missoula, Montana and volunteered as a rapid HIV tester/counselor at the Missoula AIDS Council. She has been an ESL teacher in Shenzhen, China and an ESL tutor in Florence, Italy. Caitlin grew up in Seattle but has travelled extensively both domestically and internationally. Her favorite international destination is Cambodia, but she says that Glacier National Park in Montana is a close second. When at home, she likes to spend her time reading and playing with Mabel, a three-year old border collie.
Languages spoken:
English
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