Our Volunteers

NAPR volunteers are the lifeblood of the organization.  Our amazing volunteers dedicate their time, energy, and resources to make our association even better.  We appreciate YOU, the remarkable individuals whose talents make us such a unique association. We are pleased to be able to recognize them for their tireless service to the profession.


Michael Douglas Jr.
Fidelis Partners
1603 LBJ Freeway, Suite 700
Dallas, TX 75234
FAX: 949-325-7011
[email protected]

Ethics Committee Chair

"Volunteering is one thing. Volunteering with purpose and passion is completely different. Anyone can show up, sit on the sidelines and be part of the team, but true volunteering is finding purpose and passion to give back to something that is important to you. Healthcare staffing has been a part of my life for nearly 2 decades and volunteering my time with NAPR has been a very rewarding experience both personally and professionally."

Bob Bregant
Steele Healthcare Solutions
10100 W 123rd St
Overland Park, KS 66213
FAX: 913-956-7299
[email protected]

Vice President
Membership Committee Chair
Education Committee 

"I joined NAPR seeking benefits to enhance my business but it was not until I became active as a volunteer that I began to fully appreciate the Association and my colleagues in the profession. As a volunteer I have met many great people who have provided professional advice and collaboration, but more importantly I have come to appreciate the quality of individuals that make up our membership. The result is many new friendships and close access to thought leaders in the industry."


Brigitta Glick
Provenir LLC
12758 Cimarron Path, Ste 128
San Antonio, TX 78249
[email protected]
Board Member
Education Committee Chair
Membership Committee

Trey Smith
Elevate Healthcare Consultants

5830 Granite Parkway, #800
Plano, TX 75024
FAX: 972-662-7309
[email protected]
Board Member
Marketing and Research Committee
Membership Committee

 “Shortly after helping to start Elevate we joined NAPR because the values of the organization so closely aligned with those that we wanted for our company.  When presented with an opportunity to help guide the direction of the organization I was happy to help.  The teamwork and learning opportunities inside of the organization have help me professionally as well as our company in countless ways.”


Craig Fowler

The Medicus Firm
2180 Satellite Boulevard, Suite 160
Duluth, GA 30097
[email protected]

Education Committee

“Volunteering with NAPR has helped me to develop and grow in many ways. I have been given the opportunity to exercise and hone leadership skills first through committee work then through serving on the Board of Directors and eventually through having the honor of serving as President of the organization.  In the process of growing as a leader with the organization, I have developed friendships and relationships with others in the industry that have served me personally and professionally.  If you are considering getting involved in your NAPR, I strongly encourage you to do so. You won’t regret it.”


Steve Frank
Enterprise Medical Recruiting
714 Spirit 40 Park Dr, #125
Chesterfield, MO  63005
636-449-4100 x3016
FAX: 314-966-8833
[email protected]

Membership Committee

“I have invested myself in the physician recruitment industry for 14 years. NAPR is a tremendous platform for our industry and I feel an obligation/commitment to give back to the same industry that has provided so much for both me and my colleagues.”


Angela Glaze
MD Staff Pointe, LLC
19411 Helenberg Road, Suite 104
Covington, LA 70433
985-871-4010 x223
FAX: 855-898-0470
[email protected]

Education Committee
Membership Committee 

“Volunteering with NAPR has been a wonderful experience thus far. By being a volunteer, I am able to connect and learn from other individuals within the industry.”


Brent Holland
Centra Medical Group

2010 Atherholt Rd
Lynchburg, VA  24501
FAX: 434-260-3086
[email protected]
Membership Committee

“It is important for me to volunteer with NAPR because of the continued learning and networking that is a necessity in order to adapt with this ever so changing industry/ market.”


Victoria Layton
Tal Healthcare
43 Kensico Dr
Mount Kisco, NY 10954
FAX: 914-218-3232
[email protected]
Membership Committee 

“Volunteering for the NAPR is a great way to network with industry colleagues!  It also keep me involved and aware of all the great benefits available through my membership. When I'm busy with work, it's easy to forget that there are tons of resources available through NAPR that make my job easier and help me grow professionally.”


Brenda Lewis
B.E.L. & Associates, Inc.
11750 Shady Ave.
Conneaut Lake, PA  16316
FAX: 814-382-6007
[email protected]

Membership Committee
Services Committee
Ethics Committee


2018 Volunteer of the Year

Steve Look
The Medicus Firm
3010 LBJ Freeway, #1300
Dallas, TX  75234
FAX: 214-614-7323
[email protected]

Board Member
Vendor Services Committee Chair

Sepi McDonnell
Fidelis Partners

26895 Aliso Creek Road Suite B538
Aliso Viejo, CA  92656
FAX: 949-325-7011
[email protected]
Education Committee

 “I value NAPR’s purpose in our industry of bringing a traditionally competitive group together to network and improve our services. I’ve gained more from NAPR conferences and working with other members than most other events I’ve attended, and I appreciate sharing our challenges together. By volunteering I can help change the perception of our industry and recruiters in general.”

Nahry Minars
ProMedical Staffing LLC

9213 Heather Field Ct
Laytonsville, MD 20882
FAX: 888-317-1412
[email protected]
Communications Committee

“Volunteering provides an opportunity to give back, and to help shape the organization to be beneficial to its members!  It’s also a way to get to know the true benefits of the association while helping.”



Marty Osinski  
American Medical Consultants, Inc./NephrologyUSA

14707 South Dixie Hwy, Ste 320
Palmetto Bay, FL  33176
FAX: 305-254-8890
[email protected]
Marketing and Research Chair

“The best way to benefit from being a member of NAPR is to not just be a member but get involved and be an Active Member.  Participating on a committee is a great way to meet, learn and work with your peers that not only provides a beneficial experience for yourself and your organization but also helps the NAPR and the whole physician recruiting industry.”

Wanda Parker
The HealthField Alliance
30 Main St, #201
Danbury, CT 06810
FAX: 203-778-3334
[email protected]

NAPR Services, Inc. President
Membership Committee
Website Committee

"Volunteering with NAPR is a richly rewarding experience.  It allows a voice in the industry, to promote the ethics in which we believe and to connect with others who also face the challenges in today’s recruiting market.  The annual convention has awe-inspiring keynote speakers and opportunities for networking, one of the biggest benefits from volunteering.  You’ll come away from the convention with a renewed enthusiasm for recruitment, great ideas, new contacts (and possibly new friends) and having met the vendors who offer us discounts.  You will get far more out of volunteering than you ever imagined!"

Matt Robbins, MS
Elevate Healthcare Consultants

5830 Granite Pkwy, Ste880
Plano, TX  75024
FAX: 972-695-8777
[email protected]
Education Committee 

“I have a passion to help others, what better platform than Healthcare Recruitment. The more tacit knowledge we share, the better this industry becomes.”

Jo-Ann M Toldt
307 S Evergreen Ave
Woodbury, NJ 08096
FAX: 865-291-4351 
[email protected]
Website Committee

Patrice Streicher
VISTA Staffing Solutions, Inc.
6737 W Washington, Ste 4205
West Allis, WI  53214 
FAX: 855-787-6891
[email protected]
Board Member
Membership Committee
Education Committee

"Winston Churchill once said, 'You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.'  Over the last two decades, through volunteerism with the NAPR, I have experienced the varied  benefits of giving by becoming an active participant through witnessing improvements in our industry that have served so many people.  Volunteerism has given me a life fulfilled and has expanded my professional worldview."


Jerry Limonta
Quest Healthcare Solutions
6 Concourse Pkwy, Ste 2250
Atlanta, GA 30328
[email protected]

Communications Committee

 Volunteering with NAPR has been an excellent way to stay in the loop on industry trends as well as meet some fantastic members of the physician staffing community. I highly recommend it.” 

Jacob Horn
Vivo HealthStaff LLC
1301 Clay St #71541
Oakland, CA 94612
[email protected]
Communications Committee
Shirley Benavente
The Villages Health
1020 Lake Sumter Landing
The Villages, FL 32162
[email protected]
Communications Committee
Certification Committee
Scott Edwards
Adaptive Medical Partners (AMP-Health, Inc.)
5100 N O'Connor Blvd, Ste 300
Irving, TX 75039
[email protected]
Communications Committee
Keri New
Quest Healthcare Solutions
6 Concourse Pkwy, Suite 2250
Atlanta, GA 30328
[email protected]
Vendor Services Committee
Laura Kallstrom
Daily Care
5601 W Grande Market Drive, Suite I
Appleton, WI 54914
[email protected]
Membership Committee
Maureen Cragon
Medicus Healthcare Solutions
22 Roulston Rd
Windham, NH 03087
[email protected]
Convention Committee

Cody Hall
Infinity Physician Resources 
751 Hebron Pkwy
Lewisville, TX 75057
[email protected]
Vendor Services Committee

Prem Itharat
Apex HealthSync
92 S Central Ave, Suite 204
Hartsdale, NY 10530
[email protected]
Membership Committee

John Phifer

Pinnacle Health Group


[email protected]
Communications Committee

Danny Portee
Professional Management Enterprises
Membership Committee
Katalin Sarkozy
Medicus Healthcare Solutions
Communications Committee
Courtney Gould Flynn
Medicus Healthcare Solutions
Communications Committee
Education Committee