For the second event in our 3-part Accessibility of Healthcare Series, Health Innovators is shining a light on some of the amazing Community Health & Outreach programs we have here in Orlando.
We will be joined by Lisa Martel, Women’s Veteran Program Manager at the Orlando VA, and by Marni Stahlman, President & CEO of Shepherd’s Hope, the largest free clinic in the state.
Marni Stahlman is raised in Winter Park. She is married to her husband Paul, and is mother to her 5 year old daughter Lily Mae. She holds a B.S. in Psychology, a dual M.S. in Counseling and Psychology and Ph.D., ABD in Psychology. Her immediate family of six nieces and nephews, along with mother Dr. Jacquie Berger, brother Jeffrey Berger and sister Samantha Goodowens all also reside in Winter Park.
Marni comes to Shepherd’s Hope as the former Senior Director of Operations at United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida. Prior to joining UCP, Marni functioned in executive leadership positions with and for businesses in the healthcare sector, specializing in:
- Strategic Planning & Alliance Development
- New Business & Fund Development
- Organizational Methodology
- Systems Integration
- Personnel Management
- Clinical Outcomes
- Regulatory Compliance
- Information Technologies
She currently serves as the Vice Chairman of the Educational Facilities Authority for Orange County Government, Chairwoman of the Disability Advisory Board for Orange County Government, is a member of the Florida Bar Grievance Committee for the Ninth Circuit and was a Florida Supreme Court appointee to the Florida Bar’s Citizen’s Forum from 2008-2012. In 1997, the Orlando Business Journal selected Marni, at the age of only 33, as one of the city’s “40 Under 40.”
Shepherd’s Hope – Longwood Health Center
600 N. US Highway 17-92
Fairmont Plaza Suite 124
Longwood, FL 32750