Tracy Kulik, MSPHPresident & Co-Founder
Ms. Kulik has 34 years of work experience with 17 years spent in hospital administration. Settings included large not-for-profit systems and proprietary hospital chains, with focal points in strategic planning, quality improvement, managed care and business development and market concentration in Children’s Hospitals and Academic Medical Centers.
Jeff S. Daniel, MSChief Executive Officer & Co-Founder
Jeff has 15 years’ worth of experience in the HIV/AIDS field, primarily focused on Ryan White entities. Areas of expertise include:
Data driven Priority Setting process to rank most needed HIV services within a community
Casey Hoffman, MBADirector of Research
Ms. Hoffman has over thirty years of accounting and information systems experience, with a mixture of corporate finance, personal business and healthcare experience. Kathleen (‘Casey’) develops population-level disease profiles, quantifies need with detail by demographic and disease type, and assesses cost at various levels. These levels include cost by severity or acuity, societal cost of not addressing issues or opportunity cost, and cost-effectiveness and benefit assessments.
Lisa Daniel, MSVice President, Finance
Lisa has a great variety of work experiences that she brings to Collaborative Research. She taught school for 6 years in the public school system and has also spent the past 19 years working in the fitness industry. In her position at Collaborative, she oversees billing, banking and invoicing transactions as well as contract employees. She also performs data entry and analysis for needs assessment surveys.
Rhonda Stewart, BSSenior Manager
Ms. Stewart has seven years experience in the HIV/AIDS field, primarily focused on Ryan White Ambulatory Outpatient Medical Providers. She served on the San Antonio, TX Transitional Grant Area (Ryan White Part A) Planning Council for 4 years as Chair of the Needs Assessment committee (2004-2008) and as Co-Chair of the Planning Council (2007-2009). Rhonda has extensive knowledge of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act. Her focal areas are Quality Management, Outcome Measures, and Client Level Data in the medical community.
Virginia Thomas, BAConsultant
Virginia writes, records, researches and documents her studies of social projects and history utilizing a comprehensive multi-media approach. Virginia is not just a student of history and social movements, but an active participant in improving public health through service in the HIV/AIDS and Women’s Health arenas.
Sara Seaburg, BSConsultant
Sara is customer-focused executive who brings a diverse skill set to Collaborative Research. With a professional background in data analysis, quality assurance and technology, she is able to effectively support many projects for the company. She provides planning council support to planning bodies in the northeast by ensuring compliance with legislative mandates as well as serving as a liaison between the members and grantees. Sara also supports the firm in special studies, internal and external communications, and general account management support.