Faculty

These faculty and staff are dedicated to sharing their knowledge with our clinics as well as our communities and they can help you implement programs to address various health conditions.

To connect with one of the experts, please contact us today at echo@npaihb.org.

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Debra Buffalo Boy

Debra Buffalo Boy

“As an Indigenous woman in long term recovery I feel committed to supporting our communities to create wellness and healing for ourselves in Traditional Ways that come from our long history of resilience and survival.”

Debra is an enrolled member of the Standing Rock Lakota Nation where she was born and raised. She is a woman in long term recovery and has worked in the addiction recovery field for over 40 years as a counselor, ...read more
Dr. Jessica Gregg

Dr. Jessica Gregg

“Working with Indigenous people, I am taught again and again about the beautiful importance of community and whole person care. I try to bring those lessons to my work outside of the ECHO as well, which has made a better doctor all around.”

Jessica Gregg, MD, PhD, received her undergraduate degree at Stanford University, her medical degree at the University of New Mexico, and a PhD in Medical Anthropology at Emory University. She began her medical career in primary care at Oregon Health ...read more
Dr. Jonathan Leserman Robbins

Dr. Jonathan Leserman Robbins

“I love the long-term relationships I get to build with patients on my primary care panel. Many of these patients have substance use disorders or chronic pain, and it’s wonderful when I can help someone get into recovery or improve their pain experience.”

Jonathan Leserman Robbins, MD, MS, is a general internist and primary care doctor at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, OR. He splits his time between outpatient primary care, the inpatient addiction consult service, and a pain and addiction ...read more
Dr. Danica Love Brown

Dr. Danica Love Brown

“I love supporting providers in doing challenging and impactful work. The sharing of space and knowledge that occurs during virtual clinics inspires me. You can see that our communities benefit from them. This is sacred work that I am honored to be a part of.”

Danica Love Brown, MSW, CACIII, PhD, is a citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma born and raised in Northern New Mexico. Danica is the Behavioral Health Director at the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board and has worked as ...read more