Mary joined VITL in January 2014 after 13 years working for Community Health Services of Lamoille Valley. At CHSLV she was initially a family practice nurse, then the nurse manager for Stowe Family Practice and the electronic medical records coordinator. Prior to leaving CHSLV she was working as the clinical informatics specialist. Mary earned her bachelor's degree at the University of North Carolina in psychology and sociology.
Suzanne has worked in a variety of regulated quality environments such as large pharmaceutical organizations (Wyeth, Schering Plough, and Care Mark). With Wyeth she was a systems analyst as part of the corporate team which developed and deployed a project called Laboratory Automation Compliance Enhancement and Standardization (LACES). Suzanne has also been a part of the leadership team in a startup software development company as the implementation manager and client services manager, developing and managing all services and associated departments for implementation, training, and customer support. Suzanne enjoys using the knowledge she has gained in the past 15 years to develop and provide solutions to support the health of individuals.
Craig joined VITL's staff as a permanent employee in February 2013 after working as a temporary employee at VITL for six months. Previously, Craig was a technical support analyst at Dealer.com in Burlington after earning his bachelor’s degree in business from Champlain College. Craig was a project manager in the residential building industry for over a decade in the Chittenden County area before becoming involved in information technology. Prior to the building industry, Craig was in the United States Army, where he spent time in South Korea as part of the Air Defense Artillery.
Jennifer joined VITL in November 2013 after having worked as a registered nurse since 2005. Her previous position was with Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital where she started in 2009 as a clinical coordinator for the Medical and Surgical and Pediatric unit. Though she worked primarily in the emergency department and surgical office during the past two years, she originally started as a nurse in Florida in trauma and home health.
Carolyn joined VITL in January 2013, after 18 months working as a technical project manager for Sharecare. In this role she was responsible for managing all aspects of developing a new mobile and web consumer health care applications, periodic medical content releases, and testing and rollout of a patient scheduling system. Prior to this Carolyn spent 12 years at PKC Corporation, which was acquired by Sharecare in 2011, where she held a variety of roles including product and project management, custom development, and client relations support. Carolyn earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Vermont.
Mike joined VITL in July 2016 after working at the organization as a contracted health data analyst. He brings 15 years of mixed industrial/academic experience, including laboratory technician in research and development at Unilever in Connecticut. While attending the University of New Haven, Mike was a researcher and teaching assistant who designed RNA and DNA extraction procedures for Lyme disease research, and instructed undergraduate students in biological laboratory practices. Mike earned a Master of Engineering in Bioinformatics from The University of Illinois, a Master of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the University of New Haven, and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Western Connecticut State University.
Regi has over 20 years of technical project management experience in information technology, software development, and engineering consulting. Prior to joining VITL in April 2010, she was with Fletcher Allen Health Care for almost 10 years where she served as an applications analyst, management engineer, and senior project manager. Regi is certified by the Project Management Institute as a project management professional (PMP). She earned her BS and MS degrees in industrial engineering and management from Oklahoma State University.