Management Team

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Nataché Muschette

Executive Director

From coast to coast, Muschette has worked for 30 years designing and managing nonprofits with budgets from $100,000 to $20 million to have maximum community impact. She teaches the next generation of for-profit and nonprofit leaders how to manage effective, sustainable organizations as a professor of Business Development at San Diego City College. Before founding Manage-2-Manage, where Muschette is CEO, she served as executive director of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Center for Workforce Preparation. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Management from Columbia Union College and a master’s in Nonprofit Management from Eastern University.

Contact to: nmuschette@mhfwellness.org

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Paul Hernandez

Project Director

Hernandez has 19 years of administration experience in health care, including contract negotiation, financial analysis, operations, network development and physician relations. He is regional vice president for SynerMed, a Management Services Organization. He earned Elite Status with the California Association of Physician Groups Standards of Excellence Program for 2012 and 2013. And in 2014 he earned California’s “Most Improved” Physician Organization Award by the Integrated Healthcare Association. Since 2008, has enrolled 10,000 Medicare and Medi-Medi members into main San Diego client. Hernandez has an MBA from UC Irvine.

Contact to: phernandez@mhfwellness.org

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Cherolyn Jackson

Program Strategist Consultant

Jackson has worked more than 20 years in the health and human services fields, focusing on underserved communities. She has a bachelor’s in Business Management, a master’s in Organizational Management and is a Certified Community Economic Development Practitioner. She said that serving as the project manager for PHII inspired her to be innovative in tackling the patients’ needs.

Contact to: cjackson@mhfwellness.org

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