Co-Founder & Executive Director of the GTMRx Institute as well as Founder & President of Health2 Resources, Katherine H. Capps was instrumental in the launch of the Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative (PCPCC) over 10 years ago. She brings more than 20 years of senior-level health care professional experience in both operations and marketing. Read more.
Jeffrey Hanson is an experienced healthcare executive with a successful thirty-five career working in the healthcare consulting, digital information technology, and services industry. He is highly skilled in Healthcare Consulting, Global Market Expansion, Global Solutions, Strategic Partnerships, and Healthcare Information Technology (HIT). Read more.
Izzy serves as the operations manager. She received her master’s in public health focused in health policy from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington. Prior, she graduated from the University of Georgia, where she obtained a bachelor’s of science in biology and a minor in global health. Read more.
Chelsea serves at the office coordinator for GTMRx. She is currently pursuing her certification as a life & success coach and neuro-linguistic programming practitioner. She graduated from Longwood University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in music. Read more.
Marketing Coordinator (H2R)
Caroline serves as the marketing coordinator and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in media and strategic communication from George Washington University. She graduated from Louisiana State University in December 2016, where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in political science with minor concentrations in international studies and Spanish. Read more.
Sandra is a senior advisor for the Get the Medication Right Institute (GTMRx). Sandra joined GTMRx in March, 2019 to support the Institute’s vision of enhancing life by ensuring appropriate and personalized use of medications and gene therapies, as well as its mission of bringing critical stakeholders together, bound by the urgent need to optimize outcomes and reduce costs by getting the medications right. Read more.