Artie Campbell, RN, MSN, a clinical nurse for 37+ years, retired as the Director of Critical Care from East Texas Medical Center. In addition to her directorship, she worked as a nurse in the level 1 trauma center, neuro-ICU, and in the medical/surgical unit. She taught clinical nursing for many years. Her commitment to serving on the board stems from her desire to continue advocating on behalf of the underserved patients and supporting long-term funding for community health centers.
Dr. Carrie Gordon is a retired urban planner and has served the Balch Springs community for over 20 years. Recently re-elected Mayor of Balch Springs, she is a strong advocate and supporter for youth and senior programs and projects. She is a woman of God, is talented, energetic, and a hard-working team player. She is a singer and is a part of a traveling band of musical artists.
Clarita Rivera is a retired School Teacher, Principal and Executive Director for over 13 DISD schools. She led the Young Women's STEAM Academy (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) and was recognized as Secondary Principal of the Year. She was in the DISD school system for 43 years. Her post-retirement career plans include serving as an advocate for the patients and providing counseling services for people affected by COVID.
Sandra Savage, MSN, RN, Clinical Instructor, UT Tyler School of Nursing, teaches nursing students in the areas of clinical nursing, leadership and management, health assessments and competencies. She has experience in many nursing specialties, including medical/surgical, oncology, telemetry and vascular nursing. She is a strong advocate for community health centers.