meet the prapare team

Nālani Tarrant

Director, Social Drivers of Health

E. Benjamin Money, Jr.

Senior Vice President, Public Health Priorities

Cloé Destinoble

Project Manager, Equitable Health and Well-Being

Cydnee Parsley

Deputy Director, Social Drivers of Health

Lindsey Schnell

Project Manager, Social Drivers of Health

Raymonde Uy

Physician Informaticist

Nālani Tarrant

Director, Social Drivers of Health

Nālani Tarrant, MPH, PMP, serves as the Director of Social Drivers of Health (SDOH) at the National Association of Community Health Centers, where her dynamic leadership plays a pivotal role in spearheading collaborative SDOH initiatives with Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs). Together, they illuminate the path toward upstream community efforts that are instrumental in advancing health equity. Nālani's multifaceted responsibilities encompass program development, implementation, and comprehensive evaluation, all with a dedicated focus on the Protocol for Responding to and Assessing Patients Assets, Risks, and Experiences (PRAPARE) screening tool. Under her skillful guidance, this tool has evolved into a powerful instrument for positive change, enabling healthcare providers to gain a deeper understanding of and effectively address SDOH that impact individuals and families well-being. Her academic journey includes a bachelor’s degree in Behavioral Science from Drew University, a Masters of Public Health in epidemiology from George Washington University, and the prestigious attainment of her Project Management Professional accreditation in 2017.

E. Benjamin Money, Jr.

Senior Vice President, Public Health Priorities

Ben Money, Jr,, MPH joined NACHC June 1, 2021 as the SVP for Public Health Priorities.  In this new role, Mr. Money directs efforts in health center collaboration with public health at the national and state levels.  Ben is the senior executive lead for the PRAPARE social drivers of health program and the environmental health/climate change initiatives at NACHC. Mr. Money is extensively involved in organizational efforts to develop new models of care to advance health and social equity. Prior to joining NACHC, Mr. Money was the Deputy Secretary for Health Services at the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) where he led the Divisions of Public Health, Health Services Regulation, and the Offices of Rural Health and Minority Health & Health Disparities and was directly involved in the COVID-19 emergency response. Before his state appointment, Mr. Money was the President & Chief Executive Officer North Carolina Community Health Center Association. His work with health centers began in the late 80’s as health care to the homeless program manager. Mr. Money’s career began in community mental health in his hometown of Springfield, MA.Ben is a graduate of Springfield College and received his MPH from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  Most recently Mr. Money completed a certificate in Health and Climate Change from the Yale University School of Public Health. Ben and his wife Monica have three children and two grandsons.

Cloé Destinoble

Project Manager, Equitable Health and Well-Being

Cloé Destinoble, MPH serves as the Project Manager, Equitable Health and Well-Being at the National Association of Community Health Centers.  She currently helps health centers develop and implement data-driven strategies for documenting and addressing patient social risk factors through partnerships and focuses on building health center capacity to collect and act on standardized data on social drivers of health (SDOH). Cloé started her career in healthcare as she served in roles that aimed to optimize provider workflow and increase efficiency.  Cloé then went on to serve as a health promoter by assisting with prevention of disease transmission by communicating audience-appropriate public health content, both in writing (health messaging using technology) and through oral presentations, while applying awareness of cultural values.  Cloé later led projects that allowed her to develop and disseminate appropriate resources, provide continuing education, provide technical assistance and ran programs that support clinical care on the frontline of healthcare for underserved populations.  She has also worked as an HIV peer educator for health departments and contributed as a Biological Scientist in their epidemiology departments.  Cloé graduated from the Department of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Stempel College at Florida International University with a master’s degree in Public Health with a concentration in Maternal and Child Health. She obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Florida Atlantic University.

Cydnee Parsley

Deputy Director, Social Drivers of Health

Cydnee Parsley, MPH, serves as the Deputy Director of Social Drivers of Health (SDOH) at the National Association of Community Health Centers. She currently partners with health centers to identify patient-level social needs and to use SDOH data (specifically PRAPARE) to inform upstream community efforts that advance health equity. Cydnee began her career with Special Olympics Florida (SOFL) as a Community Outreach Manager in which she worked with community health centers, healthcare providers, and university partners to implement health and wellness programming for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in the Tampa Bay Area. During her time in this role, she completed a Master of Public Health from the George Washington University, where she focused on health policy and health communications culminating with the completion of a community-based project with Florida Voices for Health, leveraging community storytelling to advocate for Medicaid expansion in the state of Florida. Upon graduation, she continued with SOFL, leading the health, fitness, and leadership programs across the state. Her skills include the development, implementation, and evaluation of disability-centered health equity programming to support healthcare providers and consumers.

Lindsey Schnell

Project Manager, Social Drivers of Health

Lindsey Schnell, MPH is the Project Manager, Social Drivers of Health at the National Association of Community Health Centers supporting health centers in developing and implementing data-driven strategies to assess and address patient-level social needs and structural factors that contribute to health inequities. Lindsey started their public health career as a Peace Corps volunteer in Peru working with the local community to foster healthy habits for families with young children as well as teaching reproductive education and life skills with adolescents. After completing Peace Corps Service, Lindsey became a certified Community Health Worker at a Federally Qualified Health Center supporting Migrant and underserved communities. Lindsey later joined the Michigan Primary Care Association as the Enabling Services and Operations Specialist and managed the HRSA Navigator grant and provided training and technical assistance for outreach and enrollment health center staff. Lindsey holds an MPH with a focus on Health Management and Socio-Contextual Determinants of Health from Emory University and a BA in International Relations from Michigan State University.

Raymonde Uy

Physician Informaticist

Raymonde Uy, MD, MBA, ACHIP is a Physician Informaticist at the National Association of Community Health Centers.  Dr. Raymonde Uy supports the clinical informatics needs of projects funded by the CDC and others on nationwide community health center health information technology and population health concerns. Prior to joining NACHC, Dr. Uy serves as a clinical informatics consultant and visiting professor in Clinical Informatics with academic and industry stakeholders in both the United States and the Philippines. Dr. Uy also works as a scientific reviewer for both the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) & the International Medical Informatics Association and is an member of The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology’s Health Information Technology Advisory Committee and Adopted Standards Task Force. Dr. Uy earned a dual MD/MBA degree: Doctor of Medicine and Master of Business Administration, and completed his postdoctoral fellowship in Biomedical Informatics at the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Dr. Uy is a diplomate of the inaugural AMIA Certified Health Informatics Professional class, and is the commissioner of the health informatics certification committee.