The CHP Administration team is based at the CHP campus in Great Barrington.
444 Stockbridge Road, Great Barrington, MA 01230
Telephone: (413) 528-9311
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Amelia (Lia) Spiliotes Chief Executive Officer
Thomas Walbridge Chief Financial Officer
Jennifer L. Wilkinson Chief Operating Officer
Kenneth Faber, MD Interim Chief Medical Officer
Betsy Strickler Chief Communications Officer
Karen Johnson Chief Human Resources Officer
Michelle Derr Director of South Berkshire WIC & Family Services
Christopher Phillips, President
Chris is a marketing and communications consultant specializing in health care, and he resides in Pittsfield. He earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Oregon.
Brian Drake, Vice-President
Brian is a Williamstown resident and vice president of group benefits at MountainOne. He earned his MBA at UMass-Lowell and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Connecticut.
Chuck Leach, Treasurer
A Lee resident, Chuck is president and CEO of Lee Bank. He previously worked for Berkshire Bank and TDBank throughout New England and New York. He is a graduate of Claremont Graduate University’s School of Management and earned his B.A. in government from Colby College.
Allyson Holmes, Clerk
An associate at the Pittsfield law firm of Smith, Greene & Gold, Allyson’s work involves estate planning, elder law and real estate. She is a graduate of Williams College and Suffolk University Law School.
Art is a resident of West Stockbridge. A past manager of the Berkshire Co-op Market, he is a now music writer. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Boston University.
A Richmond resident, Nicole is the owner of Antil Creative and chief creative officer for Graham-Pelton Consulting, a nonprofit fundraising and management consulting firm. A graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute, she is also a 2017 graduate of the Berkshire Leadership Program.
M. Cecelia (Celia) Clancy
Celia Clancy is an inspiring leader with extensive experience in retail and consumer businesses. Celia’s educational background includes a BA from Wellesley College and graduate coursework at the Carroll School of Management, Boston College.
A.J. Enchill, Jr.
AJ is district aide to State Sen. Adam Hinds, based in Pittsfield, where he focuses on constituent services and community outreach. He is a 2017 graduate of Tufts University, with a B.A. in American Studies, Institutions and Power. A native of Pittsfield, he has returned to his hometown to work and serve in his community.
Gloria is community development coordinator for Greylock Federal Credit Union; she is also a certified credit union financial counselor. She also works as a bookkeeper at the Southern Berkshire Community Development Corp. She is pursuing a business administration degree at Berkshire Community College and earned a certificate in accounting from Mildred Elley. Gloria is also a 2018 graduate of the Berkshire Leadership Program.
Jennifer is the shelter director at the Elizabeth Freeman Women’s Center. A graduate of Baypath College, she earned a B.A. in psychology, with a concentration in human services and rehabilitation. She studied human services and early childhood education at Berkshire Community College.
Rick, a Lenox resident, is a Distinguished Instructor of Healthcare Administration at Suffolk University’s Sawyer Business School, where he is a full-time professor. For 14 years, he served as the director of programs in Healthcare Administration. He holds an MBA from New York University and earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in political science from Rutgers University.
Vin is director of the Ralph C. Froio Senior Center in Pittsfield and is a past elementary school teacher in Pittsfield’s Catholic schools. He served as director of the Catholic Youth Center for many years, and is a past member of the Pittsfield Youth Commission. He earned his bachelor’s degree in biology and a teaching certificate from St. Anselm’s college.
Patricia Salomon, MD
A Monterey resident, Pat is a retired pediatrician. As a commissioned officer in the U.S. Public Health Service, she worked with the federal Health Resources and Services Agency on issues of access to primary care and served as medical director for the Bureau of Primary Health Care.
At least 51% of an FQHC’s volunteer board members must use the health center’s services. The board must meet monthly and it is responsible for:
- Legal and fiduciary oversight for the CHP organization and grants
- Strategic planning and evaluation of progress
- Approve annual budget and grant applications
No other entity/individual can have the ability to override or veto governing board decisions.