Administrative Team

Anne C. Scott, MPH, Executive Director of Ingham Community Health Centers and Deputy Health Officer for the Ingham County Health Department, has spent more than a decade working in community health. Anne has held several roles since joining the Ingham Community Health Centers in 2013, overseeing health center operations, grant management, strategic planning, compliance, quality improvement/quality assurance, and Health Center promotion and advocacy. Prior to coming to Ingham County, she spent seven years at Michigan State University, at the Center for Regional Food Systems, developing and implementing community-based nutrition and food security programs. Anne received her Bachelor's in Urban and Regional Planning with a specialization in Community Development and a Masters of Public Health from Michigan State University.
 
Dr. Edward Rosick, DO, MPH, DABIHM, is the interim Medical Director of the Ingham Community Health Centers and an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSUCOM) Family & Community Medicine Department. Dr. Rosick received his Osteopathic Medical degree from MSUCOM and completed his rotating internship at Ingham Medical (now McLaren) in Lansing, MI, and is residency training in Preventative Medicine and Public Health from Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, California, where he also received his Masters in Public Health degree, majoring in Healthcare Administration. Dr. Rosick is board certified in Preventive Medicine and Public Health through the American Osteopathic Board of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Rosick is on staff at McLaren Greater Lansing Hospital and Sparrow Hospital, both in Lansing. He has served multiple roles at MSUCOM, including Chairperson of the Family & Community Medicine Department and Medical Director of the Family & Community Medicine Clinic. His professional interests include population medicine, holistic/integrative medicine, weight management/obesity, transgender health concerns/hormonal replacement therapy, medical marijuana, and medication assisted treatment for substance use disorder.  

Dr. Monica Stafford, DDS, Interim Dental Director, received a Master of Public Administration and Health Care Administration degree from Western Michigan University and a Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from the University of Michigan. she is a retired United States Army Reserves Dental Officer Colonel, who has worked in general and private dentistry practice. Dr. Stafford provides direct patient care and oversees all dental services within the Ingham Community Health Centers and Ingham County Jail, together with school-age and community-based oral health programs. Dr. Stafford assumed the position of Interim Dental Director on February 17, 2020. 

Brittany Moore, RN, MSN-PH, Clinical Services Manager, holds a Master of Science in Nursing with Public Health focus (MSN-PH) from Grand Canyon University. Brittany began her employment with the Ingham Community Health Centers in 2012 as Health Center Nurse in the Ryan White Program. In 2017, Brittany became the Ryan White Program's Senior Nurse Program Manager providing clinical oversight and program management. In September 2019, Brittany was promoted to Clinical Services Manager for the Ingham Community Health Centers where she is responsible for developing, facilitating and implementing clinical support services for the Ingham Community Health Centers, meanwhile ensuring programs operate in accordance with the local, state and federal standards.

Elizabeth McGee, Finance Coordinator, holds a Bachelors of Science in Management from the University of Massachusetts. She began with Ingham County as an Administrative Analyst in 2005. In 2013, she became the Finance Coordinator for the Ingham Community Health Centers. Beth is responsible for coordinating the development of and monitoring all Community Health Center budgets, including grants, contracts and managed care arrangements. 

Izabela Wackowski-Norris, MPA, Community Health Center Manager, holds a Bachelor of Science in Community Development and a Master of Science in Public Administration from Central Michigan University. She started with the Ingham Community Health Centers in December, 2013, and provides administrative oversight to the Forest Community Health Center, in addition to managing the refugee and Ryan White programs. Izabela is responsible for administrative and clinical oversight, program development, and budget management.

Lucretia Ware, BA, MA, M.DIV, Community Health Center Manager, holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration from Davenport University and a Master of Arts in Theological Studies and M.DIV from Liberty University.  She started with the Ingham Community Health Centers in 1995 and currently provides administrative oversight to Birch Health Center and River Oak Community Health Center.  She is responsible for administrative and clinical oversight, program development, and budget management.

Keyonie "Key" James, MPH, started with the Ingham Community Health Centers in 2018 as the Strategic Project & Implementation Manager. Ms. James oversees strategic planning and implementation, compliance, and quality assurance for the Community Health Centers. She has experience in domestic and international public health, and capacity building with expertise in program management, evaluation and implementation. She received a B.A. in Women's Studies from Michigan State University and a MPH with a certificate in Program Evaluation from the University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public Health. Key is also certified in Public Health (CPH). 

Nancy Diawara, BS, Community Health Center Manager, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematical Economics and English Language and Literature from the University of Michigan and is pursuing a Masters in Public Administration from Western Michigan University. Nancy began her career with the Ingham County Health Department in 2001 with the Registration and Enrollment unit. She transitioned to the Ingham Community Health Centers in January 2018, and became manager of the Willow Health Center and the Sexton, Eastern, Pattengill, Everett and Gardner School-based Health Centers. Nancy is responsible for administrative and clinical oversight, program development and budget management.

Connie L. Crowe, B.S.N., RN, Community Health Center Manager, holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner, and Education. She began her career with Ingham Community Health Centers in June, 2014 as Sexton Health Center nurse. In March, 2015, she became the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Coordinator, providing training and support for the clinical staff in primary care sites for a multi-site PCMH recognition under the leadership of Krista Haven, Clinical Services Manager. In April, 2017, she became the supervisor for the Women's Health Services and Cedar Pediatrics Health Center. While providing administrative, clinical oversight, and budget management for the Women's Health Services and Cedar Pediatrics, she also coordinates the activities related to Title X, 340 B Drugs, and Infection Control for the AAAHC.