Kyle Kitchen graduated with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Utah in 2003. He has held several positions with Intermountain Healthcare, including Pharmacy Manager at the Herefordshire Pharmacy, Inpatient Pharmacy Manager at Primary Children’s Hospital, and Pharmacy Manager at the Layton Clinic. He serves as Pharmacy Director with Haiti Health Initiative; as such, Kyle works with physicians in the treatment of diseases and ailments encountered in Haiti. Kyle is passionate about serving others and has made several trips to Haiti that have fostered his compassion and love for the Haitian people.
Cassidy Hine recently graduated with her Master of Public Health degree from Brigham Young University. She first heard about HHI when founder Marc-Aurel Marital presented during one of her classes in 2016. Cassidy stayed in touch with HHI since she learned about it a year ago, but her involvement really began in December 2016 when she accepted responsibility for the organization’s social media platforms. She was initially drawn to HHI because her husband’s father is from Haiti, so she and her husband would both like to learn more about that part of his heritage. Cassidy’s husband is in dental school and would eventually like to join a HHI dental team, and since Cassidy studied public health, HHI is a great fit for their family. Cassidy loves traveling because she enjoys learning about the different ways people live around the world. She has 2 young children and hopes that she can take them on lots of adventures and help them appreciate the beauty and diversity of this great earth!
Anne Starley has a degree in applied physics with a minor in chemistry from Utah State University. She works as a fraud analyst in Bellevue, WA and is currently taking some coding classes. She first heard of HHI when her sister-in-law tagged her in an Instagram post shared by a HHI member who was asking if anyone would like to volunteer. Anne got very excited and knew that she wanted to be involved. She got involved in April 2016 when she began preparing for a trip to Haiti that summer. She traveled to Haiti, where she helped health workers and taught English classes, for the first time in July 2016 with a group from HHI. She now works with the fundraising committee. One of the coommittee’s main focuses is raising funds for the new IMPV school in Timo. She was drawn to HHI by the idea of getting involved with something exciting and new that would also help her to give back a little in the process. Anne loved the team she met with in 2016, and she could tell that HHI was a great organization to serve. She loves playing soccer, and one of her favorite things to do in Timo was to play soccer with the kids (and adults) in the community.
Tareca Joseph, PharmD
Rebecca Rampton, NP
Spencer Harris, MS