Jason Goff is studying Social Work with a focus on Healthcare Management at Southern Maine Community College, where he previously received his associate’s degree. He has been in the healthcare industry since 2003 and worked as a psychiatric medical assistant at Greater Portland Health before transitioning to his current role as a practice administrator. Throughout his time in the field, Jason has worked both directly with patients as well as in leadership positions. He is excited to be leading a dedicated team of professionals who care greatly about their community. Jason feels that working in the school-based health centers allows him to be a part of a solution to many problems, and seeing things full circle is of high value to him.
Georges Kanda, MD
Georges Kanda holds a graduate certificate in Public Health from the University of Southern Maine and is in progress of earning his Master of Public Health. He received his Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor of Biomedical Science from Mbujimay Official University in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Georges joined the Greater Portland Health team in 2020, starting as a Community Health Worker and then working as a Clinical Manager before becoming the Director of Clinical Services. He speaks English, French, Swahili, Lingala, and Ciluba. Georges' favorite part of his job is when he puts a smile on patients' faces, and outside of work, he enjoys reading.
AnnaMae McInerney has a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and is currently studying to receive her Master of Public Health from University of Southern Maine’s Muskie School of Public Service. She joined Greater Portland Health in 2021 and is the practice administrator of GPH’s Bayside and Recuperative Care clinics. Anna brings previous health care experience from her years as a practice manager of a pediatric office. Anna lives in Portland and enjoys running and playing tennis. She says, “I feel incredibly privileged to work with and in support of the exceptional teams at Bayside and Recuperative Care as they provide accessible healthcare services to vulnerable populations.”
Nichole Brown received her Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics with a Psychology minor from the University of Maine at Farmington. For over a decade, she has been an essential member of Greater Portland Health. Her enduring commitment is rooted in the fulfillment she finds as part of an organization dedicated to supporting and caring for the entire community. She joined the Greater Portland Health team in 2014 as a Patient Services Representative and transitioned to her current role as Practice Administrator for our Brickhill location in 2016. She also oversees Greater Portland Health’s Access Team in addition to other centralized departments and roles. Outside of work, Nichole enjoys spending time with her family and friends exploring the beautiful state of Maine. She also loves gardening, cooking, baking, and anything sports related.