HarborPath Appoints Sandy Moulton, JD, MPH to its Board of Director
Columbia, SC – June 5, 2015 HarborPath, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting low-income, uninsured people living with HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C gain access to their entire regimen of prescription medications at no cost through a streamlined online portal, has appointed Sandy Moulton, JD, MPH to its Board of Directors. Ms. Moulton is currently principal of The Xenia Group, Inc., a healthcare consulting organization, and is also Adjunct Associate Professor in the Public Health Leadership Program at The University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health.
“Sandy Moulton has devoted her career to serving people, whether as an attorney or through her work in public health. She has experience providing medication for the uninsured through patient assistance programs, helping them live longer and healthier despite life-threatening diseases such as HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C,” said Ken Trogdon, Jr., President of HarborPath. “Her particular expertise will be valuable to our board of directors, and ultimately will prove beneficial to the uninsured individuals who rely on HarborPath as their safety-net.”
Previously she worked for GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) for over 20 years, most recently as the Executive Director of the GSK Patient Access Programs Foundation. In that position she designed and administered programs that provided medicines valued at over half a billion dollars annually to uninsured and underinsured patients. She also served as Director of Policy Development and Director of Strategic Operations at GSK. Prior to joining GSK, she held a number of positions in NC state government, including serving as legal counsel to the NC House of Representatives health and human service committees and heading the state’s Certificate of Need program. She is a past president of the Public Health Foundation Board of the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health and previous member of the UNC Board of Visitors. Ms. Moulton volunteers as Vice President of the North Carolina AIDS Action Network, as well as an officer of the AIDS Service Agency of Orange County Board and as a founding member
and officer of the Board of the Alliance of AIDS Services Carolina. She has three degrees from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: BA in history, JD from the law school and MPH in health policy and administration.
“I am very honored to join the HarborPath Board. I am excited to have the opportunity to participate in HarborPath's commitment to helping patients have access to needed medications,” said Ms. Moulton.
HarborPath is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated to assisting low-income, uninsured people living with HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C gain access to their entire regimen of brand-name prescription medications at no cost through a single portal. For more information, visit www.harborpath.org.
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Ken Trogdon, Jr.