Board of Directors

Janet Hendrickson is a Family Nurse Practitioner who works as a primary care provider at One Community Health in Sacramento. She lives with her five dogs and enjoys hiking and walking with them as much as possible.

Janet Hendrickson is a Family Nurse Practitioner who works as a primary care provider at One Community Health in Sacramento. She lives with her five dogs and enjoys hiking and walking with them as much as possible.

Janet Hendrickson, MSN, FNP-C

President and Secretary

Alex Bury has been a professional fundraiser for 15 years. She lives in Davis, CA with her husband Jack Norris, their rescued turtle Richard, and their dog Zoey (who was rescued by Janet Hendrickson and CTS in 2018!).

Alex Bury has been a professional fundraiser for 15 years. She lives in Davis, CA with her husband Jack Norris, their rescued turtle Richard, and their dog Zoey (who was rescued by Janet Hendrickson and CTS in 2018!).

Alex Bury

Vice President of Development
Vegan Outreach

Vice President

Virginia Hass is a nurse practitioner and an associate clinical professor for the Master of Science — Nurse Practitioner Degree Program and the Master of Health Services — Physician Assistant Studies Degree Program at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis. Dr. Hass also maintains a clinical practice in primary care at the Sacramento County Primary Care Center.

Virginia Hass is a nurse practitioner and an associate clinical professor for the Master of Science — Nurse Practitioner Degree Program and the Master of Health Services — Physician Assistant Studies Degree Program at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis. Dr. Hass also maintains a clinical practice in primary care at the Sacramento County Primary Care Center.

Virginia Hass, FNP-C, PA-C, DNP

The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis
Treasurer

 
Paulina Crook, DVM, MPVM, MPH is the Director of the Office for Global Programs in the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. She is also a faculty advisor for the Students for One Health (SOH) Club and serves as a mentor for a student-led One Health Clinic in Knights Landing, CA.

Paulina Crook, DVM, MPVM, MPH is the Director of the Office for Global Programs in the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. She is also a faculty advisor for the Students for One Health (SOH) Club and serves as a mentor for a student-led One Health Clinic in Knights Landing, CA.

Dr. Paulina Zielinska Crook DVM, MPVM, MPH

Director of the Office for Global Programs
UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

Minerva Rivera Daniel is a retired educator who enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her German Shepard Lola (pictured here).

Minerva Rivera Daniel is a retired educator who enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her German Shepard Lola (pictured here).

Minerva Daniel

Retired Educator

Christine Flowers has over 30 years’ experience as a professor, California state staff scientist and non-profit executive specializing in community engagement, environmental education and program implementation. She bridges academia, government, business and the non-profit sector to provide a unique perspective on environmental issues; providing services for the Valley Foothill Watersheds Collaborative as their Fundraising and Program Manager and for Keep California Beautiful as their Consultant for University and Outreach Programs. She continues to teach in the Environmental Studies Program at CSU, Sacramento and holds a M. S in Biological Sciences, and M.ED. from the University of Central Florida.

Christine Flowers has over 30 years’ experience as a professor, California state staff scientist and non-profit executive specializing in community engagement, environmental education and program implementation. She bridges academia, government, business and the non-profit sector to provide a unique perspective on environmental issues; providing services for the Valley Foothill Watersheds Collaborative as their Fundraising and Program Manager and for Keep California Beautiful as their Consultant for University and Outreach Programs. She continues to teach in the Environmental Studies Program at CSU, Sacramento and holds a M. S in Biological Sciences, and M.ED. from the University of Central Florida.

Christine Flowers, M.S., M. Ed.

Professor in the Department of Environmental Studies at CSU Sacramento

 
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Catherine Rudiger

Communications Professional

Henry Schwartz is a physician with training in internal medicine, pediatrics, endocrinology, and aerospace medicine. In his spare time, he enjoys running and hiking with his dogs.

Henry Schwartz is a physician with training in internal medicine, pediatrics, endocrinology, and aerospace medicine. In his spare time, he enjoys running and hiking with his dogs.

Hank Schwartz, MD, FACP

Concerned Citizen

Mark Starr was appointed by Governor Brown in 2012 as the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Deputy Director for Environmental Health. He leads the Center for Environmental Health, which encompasses Food and Drug Safety, Cannabis Safety, Radiation Safety and Environmental Management programs, and supporting laboratory programs. Mark is also a Volunteer Clinical Professor for the Masters of Public Health program in the School of Medicine at UC Davis.

Mark Starr was appointed by Governor Brown in 2012 as the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Deputy Director for Environmental Health. He leads the Center for Environmental Health, which encompasses Food and Drug Safety, Cannabis Safety, Radiation Safety and Environmental Management programs, and supporting laboratory programs. Mark is also a Volunteer Clinical Professor for the Masters of Public Health program in the School of Medicine at UC Davis.

Mark Starr, DVM, MPVM, Dipl. ACVPM

Deputy Director for Environmental Health at California Department of Public Health

 
Brenden is a family practice doctor, currently practicing at the UC Davis Student Health and Wellness Center. He is also the Clinic Director of Clinica Tepati and the Knights Landing One Health Clinic (both volunteer, student-run clinics). He lives in Davis with Quetzal, one of the first dogs rescued by Janet in 2014

Brenden is a family practice doctor, currently practicing at the UC Davis Student Health and Wellness Center. He is also the Clinic Director of Clinica Tepati and the Knights Landing One Health Clinic (both volunteer, student-run clinics). He lives in Davis with Quetzal, one of the first dogs rescued by Janet in 2014

Brenden Tu, MD

UC Davis Student Health and
Wellness Center
Clinic Director of Clinica Tepati and the Knights Landing One Health Clinic

 
 
 

ADVISORY BOARD

Kristin Jankowski, VMD Director, One Health Delaware

Gina Knepp Director, Front Street Animal Shelter, City of Sacramento