Our Impact Board of Directors

Board of Directors

CCI Health Services is governed by a community-based, volunteer Board of Directors. As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) we are committed to a Board comprised of 51 percent consumers, up to a maximum 25 members.

The Board establishes policy, approves programs, establishes service hours, approves the sliding fee scale, and provides fiscal oversight for the organization. Directors serve a three-year term and are not required to have expertise in the healthcare field. The Board of Directors is diverse and represents our area’s rich cultural and global community.

Sonya J. Bruton PSY.D MPA
Non-Voting Member
Eric Stroud ESQ
Immediate Past Chairperson
Marguerite Lucea RN
Robert Wise MD
Della Cox
Elizabeth Durham
Monica D. Poulard-Hawkins
Sharon Thames
Susan Leggett-Johnson MD
Vice Chairperson
Rachel Pagán
Emmett Jordan
Bibhash Mukhopadhyay
We need people like you, who believe that we can build better health together.

Join the Board of Directors Today.

At CCI Health Services we know we cannot do our work without the support and voices of our communities. The input our patients and neighbors provide is invaluable to what we do — keeping individuals healthy.

As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), CCI is a part of the innovative Community Health Center Model of Care. That model requires a board of directors made up of our patients and our communities. The people we serve always have a seat at the table, ensuring their needs are heard and that honor our commitment — empowering patients at all stages of life through an unmatched, high quality, affordable health care experience.

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Top Reasons to Become a Board Member

Advocate and engage with CCI on the decisions impacting the services we offer you, your family, and the community.

Put your skillset to work as part of the CCI Health Services Board. Witness the difference you can make in the health of 60,000+ individuals.  

Support equitable access to healthcare for all through local service.

Network in your community with other like-minded individuals.

Stretch your skills and learn more about health care. 

Support a local, nonprofit business.