Our Board of Directors
Hon. Glen M. AshworthBoard Chair
Glen Ashworth is a graduate of the University of Texas and the University of Texas School of Law. A former elected district attorney, he presided as the district judge of the 86th District Court of Texas for 22 years. He is a member of JAMS (formerly Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services), a national provider of alternative dispute resolution services, where he mediates and arbitrates complex business and commercial disputes. Over the course of his career, Judge Ashworth has earned a reputation of unwavering fairness and balance. In addition to his long list of judicial accomplishments, he also manages a cattle and ranching business in East Texas.
Gary Barton, M.B.A.Finance Chair
Gary Barton brings over 20 years of expertise in financial services and mortgage banking, including executive leadership roles in business management and sales with Wells Fargo and Citigroup, to the Good Days’ Board. As a Director, he provides proven business acumen, a strategic perspective, and exceptional analytical skills. With a Masters in Business Administration, he graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Texas at Dallas. Gary is active in his community, helping families thrive and engaging children in youth sports.
Dr. B. Douglas Smith, M.D., Professor, & ResearcherMedical Chair
B. Douglas Smith is Professor of Oncology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, and is on the active staff of Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Smith joined the Faculty of the Division of Hematologic Malignancies at the completion of his Oncology Fellowship and his research focuses on taking new and promising laboratory insights and developing them into biology-based treatment approaches for patients with acute leukemia, CML, and MDS. He is recognized as a national leader in novel therapeutics in leukemia, he serves as Co-Director for Clinical Research Operations for the Division of Hematologic Malignancies, and he manages the clinical trials portfolio for the Leukemia Program. Dr. Smith has a passion for teaching and education of trainees and he has served on the Fellowship Executive Committee since 2009 focusing on the program’s educational platforms. In recognition of his outstanding clinical care and teaching, Dr. Smith was elected into the Miller-Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence at Johns Hopkins in 2020.
William "Bill" Goodson IIITrustee
Bill brings over 45 years of experience in the military and pharmaceutical industry. While serving in the US Army, Bill reached the elite level of Sergeant Major Special Forces (Green Beret) and was awarded with the highest peace time medal from the US Army-Legion of Merit. In the pharmaceutical industry, Bill demonstrated increasing levels of achievement and success across multiple positions in the areas of sales, marketing, patient access, advocacy and reimbursement. Bill graduated from William and Mary with a B.A. in Business Administration. Bill is an avid golfer and enjoys spending time with his family.
Seth Kamber is the President and Founder of Barking Dog Technologies, providing reliable consulting services to small- and mid-size businesses. Seth offers a valuable and unique perspective on business operations by combining technology, sales and marketing into a cohesive system that drives corporate growth and increased revenue. Through his extensive experience, Seth brings advanced fundraising skills and program implementation competence to the Good Days’ Board of Directors. A graduate of the University of Denver, he is also an active participant and advocate for The Friendship Circle, an organization serving to support children with special needs, and their families.
Dr. David L. Levine, M.D., FACEPTrustee
David Levine is the Vice President of Informatics & Medical Director at University Health System Consortium (UHC). Dr. Levine’s area of expertise includes risk adjustment and clinical analytics, clinician engagement, and data evaluation and assessments. Dr. Levine received his M.D. from Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago, Illinois and is officially certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. Additionally, Dr. Levine serves as the Adjunct Professor of Medical Informatics at the School of Continuing Studies, Northwestern University, and the Assistance Professor of Emergency Medicine at Rush Medical School.
Nhat Nguyen, RPhTrustee
As a healthcare provider and an executive healthcare leader, Nhat is skilled in building and leading high performing teams, optimizing results and fiscal returns, and creating a differentiated customer experience. She is an accomplished professional with 20+ years of strengthening operational excellence, identifying efficiency gaps, evaluating solutions, and executing process and service improvement strategies. Nhat’s priorities are based thoroughly in patient and professional advocacy. Her passionate involvement with clinical services all serve the goal of keeping communities healthy by providing convenient, affordable access to healthcare services and counseling. Nhat earned a bachelor of science in pharmacy and a bachelor of arts in psychology, both from The University of Oklahoma.
Our Executive Leadership Team
Clorinda WalleyPresident & Ex Officio Board Member
Clorinda Walley leads Good Days with twenty-six years of experience in the healthcare industry and more than fifteen years in strategic philanthropy. She is responsible for effective oversight of strategy and operations for the charity’s staff and programs, as well as the expansion and execution of its mission. Her in-depth knowledge of Good Days core programs, operations and business plans ensures the organization’s programmatic excellence. With her proven expertise, Clorinda ensures consistent quality of finance and administration, donation procurement, internal and external communications and development of all patient care initiatives.
Randie OdebralskiChief Operating Officer
Randie Odebralski brings more than twenty-four years of leadership experience in the healthcare industry. Prior to joining Good Days, he spent nineteen years in multiple operational leadership roles across the country for the Walgreen Company. At Good Days he continues to provide direction, strategy and vision necessary to ensure the proper brand messaging, controls, procedures, and systems are in place to best position the organization to continue to deliver patient-focused navigation solutions centered on access to care, advocacy, collaboration, and service.
Maureen VignauxChief Financial Officer
Maureen Vignaux is a Certified Public Accountant with extensive experience with financial consulting in the nonprofit industry. She previously worked at the CPA firm Lane Gorman Trubitt in the Accounting and Consulting Services department. Maureen has experience with GAAP compliance as well as federal, state, and local tax compliance. She headed the Good Days external accounting team at Lane Gorman Trubitt for almost five years before coming on as Good Day’s Chief Financial Officer. Maureen has both a Master of Science in Taxation and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Tricia Freels, PHRVice-President - HR & Compliance, Board Secretary
Tricia Freels is a certified professional in human resources with more than twenty years of experience in the healthcare industry. In her previous roles, including her extensive experience in the Specialty Pharmacy, she has effectively led numerous key organizational initiatives. This included strategic management, M&A, organizational development, overseeing organizational leadership and culture, and ensuring compliance with employment laws. Her primary areas of responsibility remain on organizational behavior, human resource management and compliance with a focus on Privacy, Security, and Licensing.
Dr. Daryl O. BlackwellChief Information Officer
Dr. Blackwell holds an extensive three-decade-long career as a distinguished healthcare practitioner, IT executive, and educator. His expertise spans the healthcare, technology, and security sectors, where he continues to serve as a senior advisor for multiple enterprises. With a professional background that encompasses notable organizations like Texas Instruments, IBM, Raytheon, and Pinkerton Investigations, Dr. Blackwell has firmly established his reputation for implementing a pragmatic, person-centered approach in all his endeavors.
Dr. Blackwell’s domain of expertise includes orchestrating seamless alignment between content, data, and workforce activities to bolster efficient solutions and competitive advantage. Throughout his tenure as a healthcare practitioner, he focused his attention on pediatric and geriatric care, both in private practice and as a clinical director. Simultaneously, he held a position as a university professor, garnering recognition for his unwavering commitment to providing students with comprehensive tools for success in both academia and their professional journeys.
Dr. Blackwell’s academic accomplishments include a Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree from Lamar University, a Doctoral Degree from Missouri State University, and a distinction as a graduate of the Southern Methodist University School of Applied Sciences.
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