Richard Fogelson, J.D.
Richard Fogelson is the CEO of the American Association of Poison Control Centers. In this role, he oversees operations, strategy and innovations for AAPCC. Richard has 25+ years of legal, medical, and health policy experience across both commercial and federal organizations. He also volunteers as an active member and officer-in-charge with the fire rescue services with over 35 year of service to the EMS community. Richard is an active member of the Virginia Bar.
Leslie Sandler, M.Ed.
Leslie Sandler, M.Ed., is the Vice President of Certification, Accreditation and Professional Education for AAPCC. In this role, she is responsible for managing, developing, planning, organizing, implementing, evaluating and supervising all certification and accreditation operations in collaboration with the Certification Committee and the Accreditation Committee, as well as related activities. In addition, Leslie serves as the staff liaison to the SPI Advisory Council (SAC). Leslie has over 25 years of association certification and accreditation experience. She holds a Master of Education (M.Ed.).
Tara Robertson, J.D.
Tara Robertson is the Vice President of External Affairs at AAPCC. Tara oversees the public education and communications department as well as leads and implements the federal government affairs strategy for the nation’s 55 poison control centers. Prior to joining AAPCC, Tara spent over a decade on Capitol Hill, serving as staff for members of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. Tara is an active member of the California Bar.
Kaitlyn Brown, PharmD, DABAT
Kait Brown is the Clinical Managing Director for the AAPCC. In this role, she interprets clinical NPDS data and fosters relationships with public health and industry partners. She possesses 6 years of clinical toxicology and regional poison center leadership experience. Kait completed a PharmD and clinical toxicology fellowship.
Dan Titus, M.S.
Dan Titus is the Director of Operations/IT for AAPCC. He supports the nation’s 55 poison control centers, and AAPCC Central Office with various operational/IT projects. He is passionate about using National Poison Data System (NPDS) data for advancing public health awareness. Dan earned a M.S. in Information Systems Technology.
Nathan Pham, M.S.
Nathan Pham is a Director of National Data Services for AAPCC. In this role, he assists researchers with obtaining and interpreting poison center data. Additionally, he provides vital support and input in the development and publication of AAPCC’s Annual Reports. His educational background includes a M.S. in Biomedical Science and a B.S. in Biological Science.
Wilika Ebo, M.S.
Wilika Ebo is the Associate Director, National Data Services for AAPCC. In this role, she supports the NPDS Data service team. Wilika possesses over 7 years of experience in analytical software, science methodologies, and conducting statistical analyses of large datasets. She is proficient in leading and executing independent study and analysis of medical, ethical, demographic, and legal elements of programs and policies. Wilika’s educational background includes a M.S in Health Science and a B.S in Clinical Nutritional Science.
Davis Ladley, B.S.
Davis Ladley is the Associate Director of Operations at AAPCC. He uses his business education and experience to improve connections between, and communications with, the AAPCC membership and the AAPCC Central Office. Davis holds a B.S. in Business Administration, specializing in Management.
Evan Beauchamp, B.S.
Evan Beauchamp is an Associate Data Specialist at AAPCC. He coordinates and supports the work of the NPDS Data Services team. Some of his responsibilities include triaging incoming data requests and inquiries, performing quality control procedures on NPDS datasets, and maintaining various data management tracking logs. Evan has a B.S. in Healthcare Management.
Heba Hashem, M.S.
Heba Hashem is an Independent Data Consultant for AAPCC. She oversees AAPCC's partnership with the CDC. Heba is an experienced Information Technology professional with a demonstrated history of working in the medical practice industry. She has a M.S. in Information Systems Technology.
Maggie Maloney, MS
Maggie Maloney is the Director of Communications and Public Education for AAPCC. She has more than 15 years of experience in health, non-profit, and advocacy communications. In her role, Maggie oversees all strategic communications and public education efforts for AAPCC. Maggie has a B.S from Illinois State University and and an M.S. in Public Relations from Boston University.
AAPCC BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PRESIDENT Julie Weber, RPh, CSPI - Director, Missouri Poison Center
PRESIDENT-ELECT Carol DesLauriers, PharmD, DABAT - Director, Illinois Poison Center
PAST PRESIDENT Mark Ryan, PharmD - Director, Louisiana Poison Center
SECRETARY Howell Foster, PharmD - Managing Director, Arkansas Poison & Drug Information Center
TREASURER Linda Kalin, RN, BS, CSPI - Executive Director, Iowa Poison Control Center
Bruce Anderson, PharmD, DABAT, FAACT - Executive Director, Maryland Poison Center
Jeanette Trella, PharmD - Managing Director, The Poison Control Center at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
David Gummin, MD - Medical Director, Wisconsin Poison Center
Shireen Banerji, PharmD, DABAT - Managing Director, Rocky Mountain Poison & Drug Safety
Salvador Baeza, PharmD, DABAT - Director, West Texas Regional Center
Alvin Bronstein, MD, FACEP - Director, Louisiana Poison Center Consulting Faculty; Rocky Mountain Poison Drug & Safety Attending Faculty
Michael Lynch, MD - Medical Director, Pittsburgh Poison Center
Scott Schaeffer, RPh, DABAT - Managing Director, Oklahoma Center for Poison & Drug Information
Richard Fogelson, JD - Chief Executive Officer, American Association of Poison Control Centers (non-voting member)