BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Dr. Dan Anderson is the President and CEO of Riverside Community Health Foundation (RCHF), a public charity organization that operates programs and funds grants to the city of Riverside area. He has over 38 years of experience working in the non-profit sector, and has spent the last 15 years advocating for health care access for the low-income and uninsured populations.
Sandra "Sandy" Hansberger
Board Vice Chair
Sandra Hansberger has spent 30 years advocating on behalf of low-income individuals and families—as a supervising attorney, clinical law professor, and most recently, as an executive director of an Oregon statewide non-profit. Her work has focused on providing access to justice in areas such as housing, food security, medical care, and safety from domestic violence.
Ms. Hansberger has served, and continues to serve, on a number of non-profit boards and commissions. She has received recognition from Oregon Women Lawyers, the Multnomah Bar Association, and from the Oregon State Bar, including its highest honor, the Award of Merit (2016).
She has spent an increasing amount of time in Borrego Springs over the past 30 years and she works closely with the Borrego Springs Boys and Girls Club.
David Hernandez was raised in Borrego Springs where he currently lives with his wife and children. A Borrego Springs High School graduate, David coaches Little League in addition to being a local business owner and a member of the Borrego Health Board of Trustees since 2016.
Jenna Risa LeComte-Hinely
Dr. Jenna LeComte-Hinely obtained her doctorate from Portland State University in the field of Applied Psychology with an expertise in Occupational Health Psychology.
Before her position as Chief Executive Officer for Health Assessment and Research for Communities (HARC), Dr. LeComte-Hinely held the role of Director of Research and Evaluation. Dr. LeComte-Hinely also taught Statistics for the Health Sciences at California State University, San Bernardino Palm Desert Campus. Prior to joining HARC, Dr. LeComte-Hinely worked in the research and evaluation field at OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry); the Center for Work-Family Stress, Safety, and Health; and the University of Redlands.
In October 2018, Dr. LeComte-Hinely was honored as one of the “40 Under Forty” leaders in the Coachella Valley by Palm Springs Life. Additionally, she was recently honored as one of the “Women Who Inspire Us” by Desert Charities News, which honors leaders and influencers in the nonprofit industry. Under Dr. LeComte-Hinely’s leadership, HARC won Nonprofit of the Year in 2016 in the Desert Health Wellness Awards.
Dr. LeComte-Hinely is a Board Member of several other nonprofits, including the Joslyn Senior Center, Borrego Health, and HIV + Aging Research Project – Palm Springs (HARP-PS). She also serves on the Community Advisory Board for the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine.
Cipriano Martinez currently serves as Regional Director, Network and Provider Relations for Dignity Health Management Service Organization (DHMSO), a part of Dignity Health (Hospital System). Cipriano has over 15 years of healthcare experience and has built a reputation for developing business strategies, healthcare networks and creating as well as growing acute service lines for hospitals.
His healthcare career began at Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) within the Provider Relations and Contracting Departments, and also with Regal Medical Group (Heritage Provider Network) where he served as a Network Manager. Cipriano then joined Catholic Healthcare West (CHW), which became Dignity Health in 2012, in the field of market development.
Cipriano Martinez was born and raised in San Bernardino, CA. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Business Administration, concentration in Marketing, from California State University of San Bernardino (CSUSB) in 2003 and his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Redlands in 2007.
Embracing the core values of integrity, innovation, transparency, and growth, Cipriano firmly believes in strategic partnership development to further progress access to healthcare in underserved communities.
As the Founder and CEO of TruEvolution, Gabriel Maldonado has led the organization’s efforts for the last eleven years to now include comprehensive HIV prevention and care services, a mental health clinic, and an emergency supportive housing program. As a former member of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS under President Obama, Gabriel works to elevate the representation of minority community-based organizations in state and federal policy priorities.
In addition to his work at TruEvolution, Gabriel continues his advocacy serving on regional boards, such as Borrego Community Health Foundation, and global organizations such as the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. Bringing a passion for business and consultancy, Gabriel works to advise industry leaders as an advisory board member for Viiv Healthcare, Janssen Therapeutics, and Merck & Co. Gabriel believes that the needs and priorities of marginalized populations should be heard in every room and at every table impacting those communities.
What drives Gabriel’s passion is his experiences in witnessing the devastating impacts of the industrialization of poor urban communities. Raised in the City of Compton, Gabriel watched not only his health but the health of his family and neighborhood be affected by the corrosive effects of refineries, smog, logistics, and chemical facilities. Now, as a person living with HIV, Gabriel is firmly-rooted in advancing the quality of life and human dignity of people of color in the LGBTQ+ experience.
Jose Campos serves as Director of Parent Involvement and Community Outreach for the Jurupa Unified School District. In this capacity, he works with several non-profits and public agencies coordinating and expanding services throughout the community. These services include mental health, medical access and coverage, early childhood programs, case management services, and various parent engagement and parenting programs.
In 2012, he co-founded the Jurupa Valley Collaborative (a 2015 Riverside County Office of Education Models of Academic Excellence and Innovation program) to better coordinate services in school communities, and in 2013, was instrumental in opening the school district's first school-based health center operated by Borrego Health.
He continues to work towards expanding health and dental services in the area as well as focus on increasing opportunities and education in the school communities. By 2019, access to mental health services for Jurupa students increased significantly from being scarce to increasing funding for providers and partnering with providers for school-based services as well as launching a master-level intern-based program allowing for over 5% of the districts student body to be served.
Additionally, Jose serves and/ or has served on the following boards: Riverside First Five Commission: Chair; Jurupa Valley Chamber of Commerce: Past President; Riverside Community Health Foundation: Board Member; Borrego Health: Board Member; Riverside County Behavior Health Commission: Commissioner; Past Board Member, HOPE Collaborative (Child Abuse Prevention Collaborative); Past advisory board member, Rubidoux Family Resource Center.
Jose feels that relationships and systems are necessary to truly impact families and communities and has been recognized for his programs and achievements at the local, county, and state-level including Riverside County Public Health Champion, Riverside County Administrator of the Year, California School Board Association Golden Bell, and National Kaiser Thriving Schools awardee.
Martha Deichler was born in Great Lakes Naval Base, Illinois, to a Navy family. She has lived in various locations on the United States East and West Coasts, Japan, France, and Germany.
Her first year of college was in Munich, Germany, but she finished her schooling at San Diego State University with a degree in Anthropology, a minor in French, and a California Teaching Credential. Later on, Martha earned her Masters in Education and Administrative Credential from Point Loma Nazarene University.
Martha began teaching in 1972 and fell in love with the job. She taught for 27 years in the Chula Vista Elementary School District. During this time, she served as the science teacher in charge of a large school garden project in Chula Vista. She currently work with the Borrego Art Institute’s ArtFarm to bring learning alive for children in their garden.
After obtaining her California Administrator’s Credential, Martha served as a school principal in Chula Vista. She then moved to the desert to be the principal of Borrego Springs Elementary School. After a few years in this role, she became the Superintendent of Borrego Springs Unified School District. Although retired as the School District Superintendent, she continues to serve as the School Community Liaison.
Martha's husband is a deceased disabled Vietnam veteran. She is grateful to all veterans and tells them so at every chance she has.