CHP Board of Trustees Names New Members
GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Community Health Programs has welcomed two new members to its board of trustees.
Nicole Antil and Gloria Escobar took their seats on the board of the countywide health care network in December, said Christopher Phillips, board chair.
Antil, a native of Morris County, N.J., 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. She previously worked as a marketing and proposal manager for Maxymillian Technologies. She and her husband Peter live in Richmond with their sons.
Escobar, who came to the Berkshires from Colombia in 2000, is community development coordinator for Greylock Federal Credit Union and a certified credit union financial counselor. She also works as a bookkeeper at the Southern Berkshire Community Development Corp. and serves on the board of the Festival Latino of the Berkshires, where she also handles vendor coordination for the annual event. She is a student at Berkshire Community College, where she is pursuing a degree in business administration; she earned a certificate in accounting from Mildred Elley as well. She and her husband, Jose Huertas, live in Great Barrington with their three sons.
Community Health Programs, based in Great Barrington, Mass., is federally qualified health care network serving nearly 35,000 Berkshire County region residents with primary medical care for adults and children, women’s health care, dental care, physical therapy, vision care and nutrition services. CHP Family Services reaches parents and children in Southern Berkshire County with parent-child networking, parenting education, WIC and services and nutrition classes. CHP accepts all patients, regardless of ability to pay, and accepts all forms of public and private health insurance.
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