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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Annette Hubbard

Annette Hubbard

“I LOVE ECHOs. I have found so many benefits in connecting with and learning from others providing healthcare. Living in a small rural community, it has helped me learn from others.”

Annette is a Medication-Assisted Treatment Intake Case Manager and Behavioral Health Aide for the Ninilchik Traditional Council. Annette advocates for medication-assisted treatment (MAT), harm reduction, overdose prevention, mental health services, and high-quality health care for people who use substances. In ...read more
Dr. Heather Huentelman

Dr. Heather Huentelman

“I value my patients. It has been the greatest privilege to serve AI/AN living with HIV at Phoenix Indian Medical Center. At the center of our team is our patients. They are wonderful, caring and responsible. Despite all the disparities that they experience, our over 300 patients have a 91% viral suppression rate which is incredible and on par with the top clinics in the country. ”

CAPT Heather Huentelman, PharmD, BCPS, completed rotations in Cherokee, NC and decided to dedicate her career to serving AI/AN. She completed a pharmacy residency in 2004 at Phoenix Indian Medical Center and has been part of the HIV Center of ...read more
Katie Hunsberger

Katie Hunsberger

“Tribal communities deserve health care that highlights their specific needs and health leaders that know how to serve their people.”

Katie Hunsberger started working at the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board in the Fall of 2020. As the BHA Student Support Coordinator, she connects with current and future Behavioral Health Aides and walks alongside them in their educational journey. ...read more
Dr. Michelle Iandiorio

Dr. Michelle Iandiorio

“I am passionate about learning about culture and caring for underserved.”

Michelle Iandiorio, MD, received a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Le Moyne College in Syracuse, New York and her medical degree at the State University of New York Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York. Michelle completed a residency ...read more