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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Dr. Brad Moran

Dr. Brad Moran

“ECHO provided the training and support I needed to help address hepatitis C infections in my community. I can relate to the health care providers who are just getting started and trying to address healthcare issues in their community. It can seem overwhelming. I appreciate ECHO providing the platform to be able to help and support them.”

Brad Moran, PharmD, is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa in North Dakota. He was born and raised on the Fort Peck (Assiniboine and Sioux) Reservation in northeast Montana. Brad graduated from the University of Montana Skaggs ...read more
Imani Ransby

Imani Ransby

“I love informing and educating others on the clinical and epidemiological aspects of public health. Presenting data and relevant findings on ECHOs is rewarding. I truly find joy in spreading valuable knowledge so that individuals feel empowered to make well informed public health decisions in their communities.”

Imani Ransby, MPH, has been working with United Southern & Eastern Tribes since January, 2020. Imani has an MPH degree with a concentration in epidemiology from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Her areas of interest include ...read more
Brigg Reilley

Brigg Reilley

“Indian Country ECHO not only provides guidance to clinicians and administrators it is also responsive to and informed by participants.”

Brigg Reilley has worked with IHS and NPAIHB for a combined 12 years, starting with the HIV program. Brigg now supports the National Program’s management and evaluation for HIV and HCV. Prior to IHS, he worked for Doctors without Borders ...read more
Angela Richardson

Angela Richardson

“I value the sense of community that comes with being involved in not just the Behavioral Health clinic, but in every aspect of the lives of the people I serve. The cohesiveness, or the bond that is felt when family, friends, and community come together in order to strengthen one another in times of need, is truly an integral part of help and healing.”

Angela Richardson, M.Ed., LPC has served as the Behavioral Health Program Coordinator for the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas for almost four years. She is currently serving as the Tribal Behavioral Health representative for Federally Recognized Tribes in Texas, on the ...read more