Eric McNair Scott, VP Prevention and Program Alignment
Eric McNair Scott brings a strong commitment to racial, social and economic equity to his position at SWACH which will support transformation projects focused on prevention and health promotion to eliminate disparities and achieve health equity, with a focus on addressing the opioid epidemic. He previously held a leadership role at SeaMar Community Health Centers overseeing development of SeaMar’s Care Coordination program for high risk patients in Clark County. Eric has had the opportunity to develop, implement and manage health and education programs for underserved populations both domestically and in Zimbabwe, Botswana, South Africa, Brazil, Mozambique and other nations. Eric earned an undergraduate degree at Vassar College and received his MA in International and Intercultural Management from the School for International Training.
Louise Nieto, VP Community Care Coordination
Louise Nieto, M.A., LMFT is an advocate for whole health and wellness, a leader in community collaboration and a leader in the development of integrated health/wellness initiatives and programs. Louise has over 15 years of experience as a licensed clinician and is a consultant in transforming systems of care. With a collaborative approach to community wellness, Louise will convene Southwest Washington region community stakeholders (Counties, Tribe, Community Health Workers, Peers, SWACH region medical and behavioral health providers, managed care organizations, education, housing, employment, criminal justice and other sectors) to develop an implementation plan for a Pathways Community HUB under the Medicaid Transformation Project (MTP). Louise obtained her degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of San Diego, has served as a mentor for Therapists of Color and as an educator for Promotores, parish health promoters and community health workers.
Daniel Smith, VP Clinical Integration
Daniel Smith, MSW has spent over 20 years in leadership roles at public and private agencies, implementing regional and statewide programs to support individuals in the behavioral health, child welfare, intellectual and developmental disabilities systems in Washington, Oregon and California. Most recently he served as the Manager of Provider Partnerships with Beacon Health Options. In that position he managed cross sector partnership development and was a member of the leadership group instrumental in developing the Behavioral Health Administrative Service Organization for the FIMC Early Adopter Region. Daniel also served as the Compliance Officer and Quality Management Manager for the SW Washington RSN. Daniel has served on numerous nonprofit boards and committees, conducted trainings and provided technical assistance to a variety of organizations and public-sector agencies related to project development and implementation, quality improvement and regulatory compliance. Daniel graduated from Baldwin Wallace University with a degree in Political Science and Sociology. And earned his master’s degree at the Portland State University School of Social Work.
Kachina Inman, VP Equity, Partnerships and Policy
Kachina Inman has over a decade of experience in Public Health and is committed to working on two levels – in neighborhoods with people who need care and at the policy level with cities, counties and the state. She began her career doing HIV Prevention work directly with vulnerable populations which led to managing a grant to combat HIV in eleven Southwest Washington counties. Kachina then coordinated a Community Transformation Grant through the Affordable Care Act aimed at chronic disease prevention through policy, systems, and environmental approaches. Recently, as Co-Founder/Executive Director of the Healthy Living Collaborative (now part of SWACH), she developed partnerships with over 50 organizations in Southwest Washington, facilitated the development of a common agenda and raised the resources needed to implement the HLC’s community transformation plans. Kachina currently serves as the Vice President of Equity, Partnerships, and Policy for SWACH and continues to oversee the work of the HLC in addition to broader policy, equity and community engagement efforts. Kachina received her Master’s in Public Health from the University of Minnesota in Community Health Education.
Brette Greenwood-Wing, Governance and Contracts Manager
Brette brings significant experience in operations and team coordination and a desire to help teams become more efficient. She arrived in the Pacific Northwest in 2006 and got active in the local nonprofit community. She's served on the Board for the Columbia Gorge Refuge Stewards since 2010 and volunteers with various animal rescue groups including Macaw Landing Foundation, Underdog Railroad Rescue, Odd Man Inn Farm Sanctuary, and West Columbia Gorge Humane Society.She arrived in the Pacific Northwest in 2006, after growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area, and attending college in Chicago (at the University of Chicago).