Lillian Gomez-Godinez: I speak Spanish. Have been with PHC for two years now, formerly worked at the Harkin Wellness Center with Dr. Engebretsen. I like spending time with family, friends and my dog.
Micah Schippers: I graduated from Buena Vista in 2013 and have been working in Human Services since. I enjoy spending time with my 5 children outside and listening to all of their creative tales. I look forward to getting to know everyone at PHC and am looking forward to new adventures!
Sarah Wignall: I graduated from East High School then went to Greenville College where I graduated with a bachelor’s of science in Social Work. I have worked in this field for 10 years and have experience in substance abuse, mental health and now HIV. I have been with the Project for a year but am now specifically working with the housing needs population.
Cecilia: I was born in South Sudan and raised in Ethiopia. She and her parents came to the United States as a refugee in 2005. She went to Grandview University and obtained a bachelor’s degree in Human Services and Psychology. She has worked in the Human Services field for 7 years. Prior to her employment with Primary Health Care, she worked with families and children at Eyerly Ball, New Directions Shelter and Nisaa African Family Services. Cecilia also speaks a couple of languages such as Arabic, Dinka and Nuer. During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her daughter, she loves reading history books and cooking.
Hope: Prior to my employment at Primary Health Care, I was a Behavioral Health Case Manager at Siouxland Community Health Center, educating and supporting patients on prevention and self-management of mental health and substance abuse issues. Fun fact: I speak four different languages: Kirundi, Kinyarwanda, Kinyamurenge, and French (but not as confident in French).In my free time, I like to read, exercise, watch the office, and drink coffee