Steve Johndro has over fifteen years of experience working in public health across Maine. During this time he has worked for Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, The United Way of Mid-Maine, Western Maine Community Action, Healthy Androscoggin and Maine Medical Center. In these roles, he has developed strong leadership and management skills, as well as proven accomplishment in grant writing and project planning, implementation and evaluation.
Emily Knapp is the Strategic Support Coordinator for the Oxford County Wellness Collaborative. She provides critical support functions within the Collaborative, helping to facilitate OCWC’s community events and partner initiatives, supporting strategy implementation, and assisting with data input and analysis within an online strategy management system. Emily enjoys listening to music, nature walks with her four-legged friend Bailey, and loves to spend time in the river during the summer.
Brendan Schauffler is the Network Facilitator for the Oxford County Wellness Collaborative. In this role he helps to support collaboration among numerous partners, serving as a connector. He helps with boosting the capacity of the network by aiding in strategic alignment and supporting the Collaborative’s Steering Committee. Brendan has a professional background in project management, writing, editing, and crafting messaging for marketing and outreach, supporting collective impact work, and public health. He has completed extensive graduate studies in community planning and development. He lives in Norway with his wife and two children, and spends his spare time at the gym, hiking, playing and reading with his kids, DJing, and watching nature documentaries.