Lorna Miles MBA
Ms. Lorna Miles has been a leader in the healthcare industry for over 20 years. Lorna has expertise in the area of risk management and catastrophic case management and long-term care. Through each experience, Lorna has been an advocate for the patient and family which have allowed her to have a broad scope of the practice and an understanding of how and why the area of patient advocacy is emerging as a key tool to engage patients to be active participants in their health and healthcare. She received her Associate’s Degree with a focus on Mid-Management from Moberly Junior College, her Bachelor’s Degree in Paralegal Studies and her Master’s in Business Administration from William Woods University. In 2011, Ms. Miles became a Project Director for Randolph County Caring Community Partnership (RCCCP), a non-profit agency whose mission is to serve as the framework to engage the community in action towards enhancing the quality of life for all residents. Currently, she oversees the Convening Community Grant (CCG) (Growing Communities) initiative through the Missouri Foundation for Health (MFFH). She also serves on Advisory and Curriculum board for the State of Missouri Community Health Worker (CHW) certification program. Within this role both as a board member and a CHW, Lorna advocate on behalf of people to exercise their rights and gain access to resources. Her advocacy work involves supporting individuals and the community by bringing awareness to issues impacting health. Ms. Miles is also the Co-Chairperson for the Northeast Alliance Advisory Coalition for the Missouri Office of Minority Health.