Meet the YPAC
Rachel Anderson is the Corporate Director of Supply Chain at Baptist Health in Montgomery, AL. Rachel holds a BS in Health Services Administration and a BS in Supply Chain Management from Auburn University. She is the 2022 Chair for the YPAC. Rachel joined the YPAC because she is passionate about mentoring and student outreach programs, and hopes to aid in fostering a sustainable framework that will engage, grow, and develop future health care supply chain leaders.
Audrey Branyon currently serves as a Clinical Sourcing Lead for The Johns Hopkins Health System based in Baltimore, MD. Prior to this time, Audrey has held various roles throughout her Healthcare Supply Chain career including work as a Sr. Strategic Sourcing Manager for MedStar Health based in Baltimore, MD and work as an Assistant Supply Chain Director for Encompass Health based in Birmingham, AL. Audrey holds an MBA from West Texas A&M University, and is a proud Industrial and Systems Engineering graduate of Auburn University. Audrey’s primary goal is to utilize her skills to improve inefficiencies within Healthcare Supply Chain in order to simply make things easier for Patients and Care Providers alike. She was recently elected as the 2022 Vice Chair for AHRMM’s Young Professional Advisory Council (YPAC) where Audrey strives to promote a career in Healthcare Supply Chain to College Students and Young Professionals.”
Ryan leads the Sourcing Department at Pandion Optimization Alliance, a regional group purchasing organization based in Rochester, NY. He is responsible for strategic contract negotiations and awards as well as supplier relations and management. Before his role at Pandion, Ryan held progressively advanced roles in supply chain management over 9 years at Rochester Regional Health. He has experience in expense reduction, inventory management and onsite supply chain consulting. Ryan holds a master’s degree in health system administration from Rochester Institute of Technology. Ryan is eager to work with the YPAC to usher in a new era of supply chain leaders.
Deric Gallagher is currently a Supply Chain Manager at Centura Health, responsible for the front of house at St. Anthony North Hospital. After graduating from University of Colorado with a Masters Degree in Supply Chain, he started a corporate analyst role, and progressed towards site leadership. Most recently he is proud of his front line team’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic, but strives to create an environment with less firefighting. In his free time, he coaches high school tennis and enjoys snowboard trips with his friends.
Tina Nam is a Senior Associate in Health & Government Advisory at KPMG located in Dallas, Texas. She completed her BS degree in Health Sciences at The Ohio State University and her MHA degree at The George Washington University. Tina is passionate about helping health care organizations improve efficiencies and outcomes. Since joining AHRMM, Tina has served on both the Chapter Relations Committee and Membership Committee. She hopes to raise awareness and help advance the health care supply chain profession.
Reuben Philip is a data engineer with a stellar record of automating and optimizing processes in the healthcare, automotive, and retail e-commerce sectors. He is passionate about leveraging computer science and big data to help hospitals dramatically reduce cost, waste, and inefficiency. At Clarium, a new startup with a mission to create the leading supply chain analytics platform for healthcare, Reuben is building advanced analytics tools to predict what supplies will be needed ahead of time based on surgical schedules and historical ordering patterns. When he’s not working on modernizing the healthcare supply chain, you’ll find him running along the Charles River in Boston and singing karaoke with friends.
Heather Woodling is the director of supply chain at Palomar Health, a multi-hospital system in San Diego County, Ca. She received her CMRP in 2017 and has a BA in Business Administration from National University. She is excited about using her experience from coming up through the ranks to advocate for other young professionals early in their careers, and to collaborate with AHRMM on the future of our field.