HealtheConnect Adds New Staff
HealtheConnect has added four new staff members to its Alaska team.
Nicole Licht was hired as Communications & Engagement Manager. She spent the last six years working for Procare Home Medical as their sales and marketing manager. Licht has twelve years’ experience in healthcare sales and marketing in Alaska.
Rachel Lawler has been hired as the Health IT Training Coordinator for the organization. Previously she was with Beacon Occupational Health and Safety Services for eight years, where she was in charge of clinical operations. She has fourteen years of experience in healthcare.
Tristan Fackler has been hired as the Marketing & Engagement Manager. She earned her master’s degree in international marketing from Hult International Business School in San Francisco. She has more than ten years of experience working in healthcare sales and marketing in Alaska.
Laura Revels has been hired as the Health IT Training Coordinator. She has been involved with tribal organizations for twenty-five-plus years, and seventeen-plus of those years were in tribal health in various capacities such as a senior manager, trainer, communications specialist, eLearning developer, and program developer.
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The Marx Bros. Café
Jack Amon and Richard “Van” Hale opened the doors of the Marx Bros. Café on October 18, 1979; however, the two had already been partners in cuisine for some time, having created the Wednesday Night Gourmet Wine Tasting Society and Volleyball Team Which Now Meets on Sunday, a weekly evening of food and wine. It was actually the end of the weekly event that spurred the name of the restaurant: hours after its final service, Amon and Hale were hauling equipment and furnishings out of their old location and to their now-iconic building on Third Street, all while managing arguments about equipment ownership, a visit from the police, and quite a bit of wine. “If you’ve ever seen the movie ‘A Night at the Opera” starring the Marx Brothers, that’s what it was like,” Hale explains.