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Board of Trustees

Chair - Genevieve Robran

Genevieve Robran is currently employed by Presbyterian Medical Services a non-profit FQHC as the Regional Director. She is responsible for overseeing the primary care clinics in five counties in Western NM. These Counties include, McKinley, Cibola, Catron, Socorro and Northern Sandoval serving Cuba and Eastern Navajo. Ms. Robran has 32 years of experience in FQHC primary care operations and is very familiar with all aspects of primary care to include -medical, dental and behavioral health services. Ms. Robran has served on numerous non-profit boards as well as State boards and is very familiar with Gallup and McKinley County.

Vice-Chair - Maryann Ustick

Maryann Ustick served as the City Manager of Gallup, New Mexico from August 2014-July 2023. She joined the city after managing the city of Destin, Florida. Maryann previously served as the North Las Vegas acting city manager and assistant city manager where she oversaw the departments of Economic Development, Public Works, Parks & Recreation, Planning & Zoning and Utilities. She has also worked in city administration for the cities of Las Cruces, New Mexico; Pensacola, Florida; Phoenix, Arizona and Virginia Beach, Virginia. She has extensive experience in housing, community and economic development, utilities management, capital improvements and grants management at federal and state levels.

Maryann served on the Board of Directors for Memorial Medical Center in Las Cruces, New Mexico and on the Board of Directors for North Vista Hospital in North Las Vegas, Nevada. She has served on state commissions and on the boards of many non-profit organizations including the United Way.

Maryann holds a bachelor’s degree from St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and dual master degrees in history and public administration from Old Dominion University. She is also a credentialed city manager and member of the International City/County Management Association (ICMA).

Board Member-Secretary/Treasurer - Dr. Warner Anderson

Dr. Warner Anderson is a physician, anthropologist, and retired US Army Colonel.

Semi-retired, he also is an assistant professor of military and emergency medicine at the Uniform Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS, "the nation's medical school"), and mentors US Army Special Forces medic students at Gallup Indian Medical Center.

Dr. Anderson is a long-term resident of McKinley County, having arrived here after completing primary care internal medicine residency at University of New Mexico Hospital in 1983. He worked for two years as lead physician at the Gallup Family Health Center, then two years in a local group practice. From 1987 through 1989, he was director of the emergency department at RMCHCS. He then moved to the GIMC emergency department, was named chief of emergency medicine, and served in that role until 2001. During this time, Dr. Anderson was also district medical examiner, as well as EMS medical director for Gallup Fire, McKinley County, and Tohatchi EMS.

Upon retirement from the Army, Dr. Anderson returned to GIMC, but the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs requested his assignment to the Pentagon to establish and develop policy for Global Health. Dr. Anderson was the Defense Department's lead expert in Global Health for nearly seven years, providing consultation on health systems to the Afghan Minister of Public Health, the Iraqi Minister of Health and Surgeon General, and many others internationally. In 2014, he retired from Civil Service to return to Vanderwagen.

Dr. Anderson is married to Ruth Macias Anderson, a New Mexico native. They three grown children and four grandchildren, two Rez dogs, a chihuahua, 19 hens, and a gray-capped conure. He is fluent in English and Spanish, and speaks basic Navajo and Arabic. He enjoys running and hiking in the mountains, rifle and pistol marksmanship, and KGLP FM radio.

Board Member - Skyler Stevens

Skyler Stevens is a lecturer at UNM-Gallup where she teaches Human Anatomy & Physiology. Skyler moved to Gallup in January of 2020, after living in New England for several years. Being from West Texas, she missed the desert and dry climate of the Southwest. Skyler has a master’s degree in Infectious Disease and Global Health from Tufts University, where she studied transmission of avian influenza. She also has a masters degree in Range and Wildlife Management from Sul Ross State University in Alpine, TX, where she studied the carnivores of Big Bend National Park. Since moving to Gallup, Skyler has come to love the community, from the flea market on Saturday to retro movie nights at El Morro. She sees serving on the board of trustees of RMCHCS as a way to give back to the community she cares so much about.

Board Member - Ian Koons

Bio coming soon.

Chief of Staff - Dr. Kimberly Collins

Certification: General Surgery

Board Credentials: Board Certified

Specialty: General Surgery, Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery, Breast Surgery, EGD, Endoscopy, Open Laparoscopic Resection