MEET OUR TEAM
CORLITA MAHR SPREEN
For over two decades Corlita has worked with non-profits with a commitment to social justice and human rights at their core. She comes to H-CAP from 1199SEIU Training and Employment Funds, where she worked as a workforce development consultant under the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) Program.
Danielle Copeland is the Executive Director of the Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP). For over 20 years, Danielle Copeland has been instrumental in working with unions, labor-management partnerships, and nonprofits with strategic planning and organization and program development. With a background in adult education, curriculum development, and facilitation, Danielle has been able to build and execute programs that support equity justice as well as workforce and skill development.
Director 0f Workforce Equity and Innovation
Deborah is Director of Workforce Equity and Innovation at the Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP). Before joining H-CAP, Deborah served as elected Vice President and Home Care Director of SEIU District 1199NE in Connecticut.
Denisse Lopez Henninger
Denisse Lopez Henninger is the office administrator at the Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP). Denisse has more than a decade of experience in non-profit and volunteer roles, focusing on administration and project management.
Essence Murillo is the Executive Assistant of the Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP), a national organization of SEIU unions and healthcare employers. Essence comes to H-CAP with a varied background in engineering, project management, and the non-profit sector
Joy Jamerson is Program Manager at Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP). She leads outreach to prospective partners interested in pursuing Registered Apprenticeships.
Madeline Boehm is the Manager of the Closing the Skills Gap Grant, and is based in Helena, Montana. Madeline joined H-CAP in November 2021, after 16 years working for the State of Montana. Most recently she worked with Montana Tribal Health Centers and Urban Indian Health Centers on suicide prevention.
Director of Learning and Development
Neesha Rose is H-CAP's Director of Learning and Development with a primary focus on building diversity, equity, and inclusion in the healthcare workforce.
Nicole Watters-Harris is an experienced professional in nonprofit administration, with a career spanning over 15 years. Throughout her extensive tenure, she has been dedicated to collaborating with various nonprofit organizations committed to alleviating challenges related to poverty, mental health, and substance abuse disorders.
Rebecca Malberg Von Loewenfeldt
Rebecca Malberg von Loewenfeldt is Associate Director of the Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP). Prior to coming to H-CAP, Rebecca was the Director of Workforce and Long Term Care Integration at Harbage Consulting.
Director of Communications and Data Strategy
Tamara Martial-Dolcy is Director of Communications and Data Strategy at Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP). Tamara has played a pivotal role in the organization's profile evolution since 2016.
Director of Workforce Strategy
Terri Harkin is H-CAP's Director of Workforce Strategy. Prior to joining H-CAP, Terri served as Vice President and Home Care Division Director of SEIU Healthcare Illinois/Indiana/Missouri/Kansas (SEIU HCIIMK).