WIHS Staff

Dao Mai, Physicians Assistant, Clinical Coordinator

Dao earned her Bachelor of Sciences in Medical Technology (BSMT) in 1979 and finished her Physician Assistant training in 1994 at the George Washington University. She is certified as PA-C by the NCCPA (National Certification of Physician Assistants), and is a current member of the AAPA (American Association of Physician Assistants). She is licensed to practice in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. She has been with WIHS since June 1995 and her responsibilities center around the clinical and research aspects of WIHS visits. She also performs WIHS colposcopies at Georgetown University Hospital.

Carol McCann, Nurse Practitioner

Carol McCann

Carol earned her BSN from Arizona State University and MSN from the St. Louis School of Nursing. She is certified by the American Nurse Practitioner Credentialing Agency as a Family Nurse Practitioner. She is licensed to practice in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, Texas and Hawaii.  She also has a national certification from the Department of Transportation as a Certified Medical Examiner. Her prior experience includes working with active duty service members in Honolulu and Virginia with the Department of the Defense as a Nurse Practitioner. She worked at WIHS from 2009 until 2012, and then returned in 2016. She works with the outstanding medical team doing the exams.

Margo Daniel, Medical Laboratory Technician

Charlotte Cantrell Doran, Outreach Worker/Research Assistant

Charlotte received her BA in Psychology from Sweet Briar College. She has been working with WIHS since 2011 and is primarily responsible for conducting participant interviews and connecting participants to community resources. Her passion for WIHS stems from the important research being done within the study.

 

 

Millicent Rawle, Outreach Worker / Research Assistant

Millicent is originally from Kingston, Jamaica. She had lived in New York for a few years prior to transferring to Maryland. She received her education in both Jamaica and NY.

Sheree Bailey-Johnson, Outreach Worker / Caseworker 

Sheree is from Montgomery County, Maryland and has had over thirty years of experience and training in the public health arena with a large portion of those years dedicated to HIV/AIDS advocacy. She has been with WIHS since 1994 and values her position as an outreach worker at the Montgomery County, Maryland sub-site. Her responsibilities entails coordinating the day-to-day WIHS operation at the Montgomery County sub-site, working with a diverse staff, interviewing and interacting with WIHS women to ensure they have access to community resources, and training new staff on protocol and procedures.

Mabel Torre, Outreach Worker 

Mabel has lived in the USA since 1978 but is originally from the Dominican Republic. She attended Montgomery College for two years and then worked in the health system for sixteen years thereafter. She has been with WIHS for four years serving the Inova Juniper Program in Northern Virginia as the community outreach worker there.

Mary Joseph

Glo Lamb Woodfork, Administrative Assistant

Ben Blankenship