Director Clinical Transformation
Ascension Information Services
Jeanne Braun is the director of clinical transformation at Ascension Information Services. An Evansville resident, Jeanne is a graduate of both the University of Evansville (MPSA/BSN, Business & Nursing) as well as the University of Southern Indiana (Master's Degree in Nursing).
President and CEO
United Way of Southwestern Indiana
Amy Canterbury has been President and CEO of the United Way of Southwestern Indiana since January of 2016. Canterbury worked in the banking industry for 25 years, 17 of which were at Old National Bank. Her last position was SVP, Director of Corporate Cash Management.
Amy and her husband, Kevin, of thirty years, are the proud parents of two daughters: Courtney, a 2016 Indiana University graduate, and Kiersten, a 2018 Murray State University graduate.
Currently, Amy is engaged in community involvement with the Evansville Rotary Board, Promise Zone Governance Committee, Mayor’s Homeless Commission, and Community Health Needs Assessment Steering Committee
In the past, Amy has been a recipient of the Leadership Evansville Public Service Award 2018, an ATHENA Finalist, part of the Women’s Fund Board, President of A Network of Evansville Women (ANEW), Junior League Of Evansville, Art’s Council of Southwest Indiana Board, a Girl Scout Leader, YWCA Mentor and part of the YMCA Annual Campaign.
Amy holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Business Administration from Murray State University.
Bhumika Gandhi, MSc, MHA
Clinical Information Specialist
Southwestern Behavioral Healthcare
Bhumika Gandhi is an aspiring professional, adaptive learner and avid performer with the ability to build an empathetic bond in a multicultural work environment.
She is dedicated to the advancement of healthcare through the use of health information and technology and brings solid knowledge in scientific investigation, hypothesis formulation, experiment designs, and interpretation.
Bhumika’s prior education and expertise have rendered her with strong research and instructional capabilities.
Keith W. Kelley, MBA
Chief Operating Officer
Indiana Health Information Exchange
Keith Kelley joined the Indiana Health Information Exchange (IHIE) in 2008 and serves as Chief Operating Officer. In this role, he is responsible for IHIE’s operations including Product Management, Business Development, Project Management, Interoperability, and Software Development.
Keith received his Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Indiana University and an MBA from Butler University. In other positions, Kelley recently served as the owner of Junto Group (from 2004 to 2009), the president of Servnet, Inc. (2001 to 2003) and the director of professional services at Ascension Health Information Services from 1999 to 2001.
Since 2005, Keith has been adjunct faculty at the University of Evansville. He has also been an adjunct instructor at the University of Southern Indiana and a guest lecturer at IUPUI.
McCoy (Mick) Kemmerlin
Administrative Lead Medical Technologist
Deaconess Gateway Hospital Laboratory
USI Health Informatics and Information Management Alumni
Mick has been working in the health care laboratory field since 2010. In late 2018, Kemmerlin accepted the position of Laboratory Information Systems Coordinator for Deaconess Hospital.
He enjoys taking part in projects related to laboratory automation and is always looking for ways to improve efficiency.
Kemmerlin is also one of the earliest students of the brand new Health Informatics and Information Management program at USI, working in the Degree Completion track.
Elizabeth D. Reger
Vice President of Operations
Pollux Systems, Inc.
Elizabeth Reger, Vice President of Operations and Partner for Pollux Systems Medical Billing in Evansville, Indiana, manages the revenue cycle of over 350 providers across the country within varying specialties.
Elizabeth is also a Partner in Pollux Business Services, a technology and healthcare consulting outlet. Elizabeth boasts 15 years of medical billing consulting experience with medical doctors, therapists and executive officers.
Previously she held positions with the Vein Clinic of America, Revere Healthcare, Southeast Insurance Medical Billing and Southern Regional Medical Center.
Reger holds a B.S. of Computer Science from Georgia College and State University.
IT Senior Manager
Deaconess Health System
Wendy Wilson is currently the Senior Manager of Information Technology at Deaconess Health System. In her current position, Wendy oversees business expansion IT efforts for both internal growth and external affiliate expansions, from sales and marketing through project implementations to ongoing customer relationship management.
In previous experiences, Wendy served as an adjunct faculty for Ivy Tech Community College teaching computer information technology, a senior application developer for OFS Brands, an IT consultant for Information Technology Architects, and a web developer for Daniel Burton Dean.
Wilson is a 2004 graduate of the University of Southern Indiana with a B.A. in Computer Information Systems. Additionally, Wendy obtained a Master of Science in Computer Information Systems from Missouri State University in 2011.
Robert W. Zigenfus
McKesson Specialty Health - The US Oncology Network
Robert Zigenfus is the regional director for McKesson Specialty Health's U.S. Oncology Network. An Indiana native, Zigenfus attended the University of Southern Indiana on two different occassions, obtaining degrees in Business Management (B.S., 1989) and Health Administration (M.H.A., 2011). Zigenfus also participated in executive education terms at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis between 2014 and 2015.
Before his time spent at McKesson, Robert held the title of president and owner of HCA Consulting Group, director of revenue cycles for Good Samaritan Hospital, representative for provider contracting for Prime Health Services, and Director of Center for Children for St. Mary's Medical Center, among other experiences.