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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Tina Monje

Tina Monje

“What I love about ECHO is being able to be in community with other service providers who work with people who use drugs, and who are combining Indigenous wisdom and harm reduction into their healthcare practice.”

Tina Monje has been with the Native American Community Clinic in Minneapolis since February of 2019. She currently holds the positions of Ryan White Non-Medical Case Manager and Project ECHO Coordinator. Her passion for health equity and social justice is ...read more
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
Maleah Nore

Maleah Nore

“I love the sense of community and reciprocal learning that Indian Country ECHO brings. In every chair is a leader, and Indian Country ECHO truly embodies that idea. I am able to learn from my fellow faculty and attendees while also making a difference with my own knowledge and experiences. The program brings together empathy and information in a way that creates a ripple effect in our native communities.”

Maleah is a member of the Tlingit Nation from Wrangell, Alaska. She is the Tribal Health – Reaching out InVolves Everyone (THRIVE) Suicide Prevention Project Coordinator at the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB). She provides technical assistance, training, ...read more
Dr. Kari Rabie

Dr. Kari Rabie

“As a provider, what I value most are the things I learn from my patients about their lives, their families and culture, about how we can better serve them, and about the importance of our relationship and connection with the land.”

Kari Rabie, MD, has been the Medical Officer at the Native American Clinic in Minneapolis since 2011. Prior to working at NACC she was Medical Director at Southside Community Health Services. She is a Board-Certified Family Practice Physician, graduated from ...read more