Lander came to CHP after working as a program director and teacher for a high school study abroad program in South America. Living and teaching in small communities in Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia often caused her to ask questions about the disparities in health, wealth, and education that exist around the world. She finds gratification being at CHP working to eliminate those same disparities. Lander holds an M.S. in science education from Montana State University and a B.A. in biology from The Colorado College. She spends her free time skiing, kayaking, and biking in the mountains with her husband, daughter and dog.
Originally from Canada, Rebecca arrived at CHP in 2008 after spending a good part of her life in Alabama and other points south. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Auburn University with a BS in business administration and has been a Certified Public Accountant since 2001. Rebecca enjoys working at CHP because it allows her to have a small part in contributing to her community through her work. In her free time, she enjoys the challenge of gardening in Montana’s short growing season and exploring the local hiking trails.
Chicago-area native, Buck Taylor, moved to Montana in 1999. He joined CHP in 2001 to open a satellite clinic in Bozeman and later another site in Belgrade. A former reporter and non-profit administrator, he studied journalism at the University of Kansas and received his master’s degree in public health from the University of Illinois at Chicago. When not at work, Buck spends lots of time with his family in the outdoors and volunteers as a firefighter/emergency medical technician.
Candace has served as CHP’s human resource director since 2011. She loves that she gets to work with smart, compassionate, enthusiastic team members towards a mission she believes in. Prior to working with CHP, Candace worked in human resources in Yellowstone National Park as well as briefly in the manufacturing industry. She holds a master’s degree in human resources from Penn State. Her undergraduate studies were in business administration and Spanish. Outside of work, Candace can generally be found in the beautiful Montana backcountry, either in the pursuit of fresh powder under her skis, peaks under her feet, or starry skies above her sleeping bag.
Mark is a board-certified family physician working at CHP half-time in clinic and as the organization’s medical director. Dr. Schulein is a graduate of the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and he completed his residency at Truman Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri. He has been providing family-centered care at CHP since 2001. In his free time, Mark loves to be outside fishing, bird hunting, camping, and running, and he loves to spend time with his wife and two sons.
A Cincinnati native, Katie came to CHP in 2011. She worked with the clinical teams for a year and half before moving into administration as clinic director in Livingston. She has been the director of the Bozeman clinic since 2013. Katie holds a bachelor’s degree in women’s health from the University of Redlands before attending the Seattle Midwifery School receiving her license to practice as a midwife in 1997. Katie delivered hundreds of babies in Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Bangalore, India before settling down to raise her own family. When she is not at the clinic, she is often wandering through the mountains with her daughters, her husband and giant dog.
Deanna chose to work at CHP because of our commitment to help individuals with barriers to accessing healthcare. She is constantly amazed at how well CHP provides great patient care and promotes better health outcomes. Deanna grew up in Billings and studied pre-nursing at the University of Montana. In her spare time, she enjoys being with family, boating on lakes and sitting by the campfire in the summer. In the winter, she enjoys taking her 4-year-old sledding.
Cassie has lived in Montana since 1979. She grew up in Alabama and attended Auburn University, where she earned her BS in social services. She also studied education and earned her master’s degree at Montana State University - Northern. Cassie loves CHP’s mission and holistic approach to community health and well-being. In her spare time, Cassie enjoys hiking, skiing, kayaking, camping and making art.
Hannah Pulaski is a graduate of the University of Arizona’s Nursing Clinical Systems Leadership Program. She started at CHP in 2013 with the goal of supporting nursing practice to assist patients in reaching optimal outcomes. Outside of CHP Hannah enjoys cooking, being outdoors, and spending time with her family.