MEET OUR TEAM

We have more than 27 years' experience in hemophilia B addressing unmet needs in our community. Our approach is hands-on and family-oriented because hemophilia affects the whole family.

  DR. DAVE CLARK Chairman   contact@hemob.org

DR. DAVE CLARK
Chairman

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Dr. Clark has served as chairman of the Coalition for over 10 years and has written much of the technical content of our newsletters for over 20 years. As a researcher, he has been involved with factor IX since 1982, when he joined the American Red Cross, Plasma Derivatives.

  WAYNE COOK President   contact@hemob.org

WAYNE COOK
President

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Wayne is a lifetime mentor to the hemophilia B community and has been president of the Coalition for over 10 years. Diagnosed with the condition at age six, he is dedicated to using his experiences to improve the quality of life of all affected by hemophilia B. He urges the community to “get out there, get involved, and enjoy living life to its fullest.”

  KIM PHELAN Vice President    kimp@hemob.org

KIM PHELAN
Vice President

kimp@hemob.org

Kim is one of those rare individuals whose compassion is matched only by her passion. She has been with the Coalition for Hemophilia B since its beginning over 27 years ago. She has worked in every aspect of the Coalition, from advocacy to fundraising.

  CHRISTIAN VILLARREAL, JD Community Relations & Advocacy Manager   chrisv@hemob.org

CHRISTIAN VILLARREAL, JD
Community Relations & Advocacy Manager

chrisv@hemob.org

  FARRAH MURATOVIC Patient Liaison    farrahm@hemob.org

FARRAH MURATOVIC
Patient Liaison

farrahm@hemob.org

  SHAD TULLEDGE Program Coordinator   shadt@hemob.org   

SHAD TULLEDGE
Program Coordinator

shadt@hemob.org
 

  NATHY DE LA CRUZ Office Manager    nathyd@hemob.org

NATHY DE LA CRUZ
Office Manager

nathyd@hemob.org

  KAREN  BROGNO Communications Director   karenb@hemob.org   

KAREN  BROGNO
Communications Director

karenb@hemob.org
 


Founders

The Coalition was founded in 1990 by John and Joyce Taylor when their son was diagnosed with severe hemophilia B.