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Transformation Center Staff

Summer Boslaugh 

Summer Boslaugh

Senior Value-based Payment Policy Advisor 

Summer Boslaugh has over 20 years of experience working to improve health and health care in Oregon, the United States and internationally. At the Oregon Health Authority Transformation Center, she plays a key role in the agency’s multi-payer value-based payment and behavioral health integration work.

Before joining the Transformation Center, Summer spent eight years at the Oregon Health Care Quality Corporation where she managed activities to measure and improve the patient experience of care, engage patients and families in quality improvement within health care organizations and publicly report health care data. Summer’s prior experience includes working with a foundation, social service organization, political campaign, hospital, and national advocacy organization. Summer earned a dual master’s degree in business administration and health administration from the University of Washington and a bachelor’s degree in politics and speech communication from Willamette University. She is a native Oregonian and enjoys exploring the state with her family.


Rachel Burdon

Social Determinants of Health Policy Advisor

Rachel came to the Transformation Center in May 2022 from the OHA Public Health Division. Rachel worked on chronic disease prevention and served on OHA’s COVID response, first on mitigation efforts and then in communications.

Over the past two decades, Rachel has worked in the health field (in nonprofit and government settings) supporting health and well-being in individuals and communities. Rachel has led and supported a variety of policy, systems and programmatic efforts in the areas of community development, chronic disease prevention, maternal-child health, food systems, and clinical quality improvement.  Rachel has worked in and with the following sectors: health care, public health, education, early childhood/childcare, philanthropy and finance, and performing arts/arts education.

When not working at OHA, you might see Rachel at a soccer game, out hiking one of the many beautiful trails in the Pacific Northwest, or working in her garden.

Karolyn Campbell

Transformation Technical Analyst

For the past six years, Karolyn has worked in the health field in a variety of nonprofit and research settings. Most recently, Karolyn served as the executive director for a nonprofit based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Through this position, Karolyn oversaw a variety of health equity-oriented social service programs, managed a 1915(c) case management program, built collaborative partnerships with community organizations, and led the agency’s legislative and advocacy efforts. As a graduate student, Karolyn worked as a teaching and research assistant, as a public policy intern for the Utah Health Policy Project, and as an interviewer for the Gardner Policy Institute. In her work, Karolyn is passionate about policy work that improves health equity and accessibility in the United States.

Karolyn earned a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Utah, with an emphasis in public administration and public policy. In her Ph.D. program, Karolyn conducted quantitative and qualitative research on issues related to health care equity and access, disability inclusion, and U.S. emergency management. She also has an M.S. in political science and a B.A. degree in philosophy. In her free time, Karolyn enjoys learning about new policy developments and research related to Medicaid, Medicare and the Affordable Care Act. Outside of work, Karolyn enjoys gardening and live music.

Tom Cogswell

​​ ​Project Coordinator

Tom is a project coordinator in the Transformation Center. He provides technical assistance to CCO & Health Council staff and their Community Advisory Councils. This includes support for CCO Community Health Assessments & Community Health Improvement Plans. Tom also provides support for the OHA Medicaid Advisory Committee and Transformation Center conferences. Tom has been with the Transformation Center since July 2013.

Before coming to the Transformation Center, Tom worked as a project coordinator with the OHA Office of Information Services and DHS Child Welfare. Prior to these roles, he spent six years as an environmental educator working primarily at nonprofit organizations, including the Central Park Conservancy in New York City. Tom graduated in 2003 from Central Michigan University with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology, and completed a graduate certificate in Nonprofit & Public Management in 2014 from Portland State University.

Outside of work, Tom enjoys spending time with his family (wife, daughter + 2 cats), traveling, hiking and playing disc golf.​

Tania Curiel

Community Engagement and Health Systems Policy Analyst

Tania Curiel is the Community Engagement and Health Systems Policy Analyst for the Transformation Center. In her previous role, Tania worked at the OHA Community Partner Outreach Program, where she supported a broad network of OHP Certified Assisters across the state. Prior to that, Tania spent several years working in roles related to the Oregon Health Plan, at organizations including: ODS Community Dental, Kaiser Permanente and FamilyCare Health.

Tania is the daughter of immigrant parents who were pastors and community leaders in east Portland. Being raised in a community of individuals living in poverty and struggling with access to health care led to a lifelong passion for bridging access to care gaps and engaging community in actionable, not just performative, ways.

Tania holds a Master of Public Health degree with a focus on Health Management and Policy from the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education, both from Portland State University. Tania credits time spent in community hearing stories, sharing meals​ and speaking a shared language as being the most valuable education she holds.​


Staci DeLeon-Davis

Community Engagement and Program Coordinator​

Staci comes to the Transformation Center from Health Share of Oregon where she was the Community Engagement Program Manager and was responsible for the development and production of the Community Health Needs Assessment and Community Health Improvement Plan, oversight of the Community Advisory Council and led the community engagement approach to Unite Us/Connect Oregon. Prior to Health Share, she was with Kaiser Permanente as the Diverse Talent and Equity, Inclusion and Diversity Consultant for two years and managed the high school internship program, created and published the first non-clinical student placement policy and co-created their Unconscious Bias Refresher and Ally/Allyship trainings for EID. Prior to that she spent two years in KP's Community Health department, were she managed the sponsorship program and worked closely with the Northwest Health Foundation on developing the KP Community Fund Unwind Program. Before her journey at Kaiser, she worked at FamilyCare Health managing the community sponsorship program and CME/CEUs events for providers.

Staci's passion is community engagement and connection, leading with empathy and meeting people where they are on their equity journey. When she isn't progressively working to dismantle systemic racism, you can find her hanging out with her lovely family, reading a book with a glass of Oregon's pinot noir and/or baking all of the delicious things! 

Current areas of support:
  • Community engagement
    • Developing a recruitment process for the Oregon Health Policy Board and its committees
    • Consulting on committee membership recruitment and retention
    • General community engagement consultation for Health Policy and Analytics Division
  • Medicaid Advisory Committee (MAC)
    • Lead on membership recruitment and retention
    • Support staff for MAC meetings
    • Support staff for MAC subcommittee
  • Coordinated care organizations
    • Offers consultation on community health assessment and community health improvement plan topics

Anona Gund 

Anona Gund (she/her)

Senior Community Health and Quality Improvement Analyst

Anona Gund is a Senior Community Health and Quality Improvement Analyst for the OHA Transformation Center and leads the Center’s work on health-related services and CCO transformation and quality strategies. Prior to this role, she was the OHA Public Health Division (PHD) Director’s Office coordinator for OHA PHD’s successful national public health accreditation application, and worked as a health educator for the OHA PHD’s Immunization Program. She earned her master's degree in public health and has been working with the state for over 15 years. Having lived most of her life in Oregon, she loves everything the Pacific Northwest has to offer her family.​

Laura Kreger (she/her)​​​

Program Coordinator

Laura Kreger coordinates ​CCO transformation and quality strategies, the SHARE Initiative, communications and other projects for the Transformation Center. Prior to joining the Oregon Health Authority in 2013, Laura spent several​ years as a marketing copywriter and copyeditor. She has a master’s degree in public health, a bachelor of science in technical communication and a professional certificate in editing. 

Lori Landolt

Transformation Policy and Program​s Analyst


Lori Landolt is a Transformation Policy and Programs Analyst for the OHA Transformation Center and will be supporting capacity building and technical assistance for Medicaid 1115 waiver implementation, behavioral health integration, and other agency priority areas.

Prior to this role, Lori was a Program Integrity Auditor within the Fiscal and Operations Division of OHA, and worked as an Administrative Specialist 2 at the Oregon State Hospital.  Lori graduated in 2009 from Eastern Oregon University with a Bachelor's degree in Health Promotion and completed her MBA in in Healthcare Management from Marylhurst University in 2013.

Outside of work, Lori is an avid runner (half-marathoner), and she loves CrossFit and the outdoors. You can find her out hiking, gardening, cuddling with her cat and or traveling in her free time.

Alissa Robbins 

Alissa Robbins (she/her)

Transformation Center Director

Alissa Robbins is the director for OHA’s Transformation Center, which is the hub of innovation and quality improvement for Oregon’s health system reform efforts. Alissa oversees the technical assistance and policy implementation delivered through the office. Prior to this role, Alissa was OHA’s health system transformation communications manager. She has worked for the Oregon Health Authority since 2009 and has played an integral role as health system transformation was developed and implemented. Prior to working for OHA, she worked for the State of Washington, local public health, and in the nonprofit sector in communications, public affairs, and research and evaluation roles. As a Northwest native, she enjoys spending time outside of work with her family, and outdoors whenever possible.​

Alissa holds a master’s degree in public affairs, with a concentration in public policy, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Public Affairs, both from Washington State University.

Sarah Wetherson 

Sarah Wetherson

Senior Medicaid Advisory Committees and Quality Improvement Analyst

Sarah Wetherson is a senior Medicaid Advisory Committees and quality improvement analyst for the OHA Transformation Center and leads OHA’s work with the Medicaid Advisory Committee and associated consumer advisory committee. She also supports ongoing technical assistance to help coordinated care organizations improve performance on incentive metrics. Prior to this role, she held various roles in the Health Systems Division, including overseeing policy for the Medicaid non-emergent medical transportation and dental programs. Her background includes research, communications, fundraising, office management, legislative and project management, and she has worked in large and small nonprofits, social action organizations and political campaigns in addition to state government. She earned her BA in philosophy and mathematics and MA degree in public policy and women’s studies.

A native of Maryland, she has for nearly 30 years made Oregon her home, which she enjoys in the company of her partner, child and three cats. Passions include opera, knitting​ and the great outdoors.


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