Brian Worley, MD, Chair
Dr. Worley is a Pulmonary/Critical Care/Sleep Disorders physician in private practice. Born and raised in Oklahoma, he completed his undergraduate and medical school training at the University of Oklahoma. Following this he entered active duty in the U.S. Army and completed his Internal Medical, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, and Sleep Disorders training at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, TX and remains Board-Certified in all of these specialties. After receiving an Honorable Discharge from the U.S. Army he entered into private practice in Tulsa, Ok. In addition to a very active private practice, Dr. Worley develops, designs, and manufactures numerous medical products many of which are currently being used throughout the U.S. and abroad. Dr. Worley is married to Kay Worley, M.D., a Neurophysiology Neurologist and has three children.
Fr. George Eber
Fr. George is the Presbyter of St. Antony Orthodox Christian Church (Antiochian Archdiocese) in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He has held this position since 1981. Fr. George is a 1980 graduate of Oral Roberts Seminary and a 1968 graduate of Bucknell University. Fr. George served in the United States Army and in Viet Nam as a combat officer with the 25th Infantry. He was born in Vermont, raised in Buffalo, New York and lived in Colorado Springs before moving to Tulsa. He has a strong interest in counseling and loves to sail and build. He and his wife Claudia, and three dogs, live in an eco-friendly home they have been building. Fr. George and Claudia have two sons who live and work in the Tulsa community
Dan Hensiek is a native Oklahoman and serves as Vice President of Operations for KPI Architects Inc. KPI is one of the leading providers of design and construction over-site of Public Schools for the State of California. Dan is a 1994 graduate of Oklahoma State University with degrees in Structural Engineering and Architecture. Additionally, Dan has a Masters of Business degree from Phoenix University. His interest in public school construction, especially in impoverished communities is one of the leading reasons for his interest in HRI. In his spare time Dan enjoys collecting art, working on his antique car and his never-ending house construction project
Sandra Rodriguez, MD
Sandra was born and raised in Colombia. She understands firsthand the experience of growing up in an impoverished situation and in a country grappling with internal violence and instability. After earning a medical degree in Colombia, she decided to move to United States to fulfill her dream of becoming a Cardiologist. She spent 6 years at Texas Tech University in pursuit of her dream, while also meeting her husband and having her son, Xander. After further training in Heart Failure in Denver, Colorado, she moved to Tulsa with her family and joined the Oklahoma Heart Institute in 2014. She is passionate about helping others as a physician, but also through her work on the board of HRI where she brings her unique knowledge and experience. She is highly committed to addressing the needs of those in under-resourced communities and countries, including her own
Bill Sage has worked with and for both governmental and non-governmental organizations and agencies including the United States Agency for International Development, the International Rescue Committee, Catholic Charities, Church World Service, the International Catholic Migration Commission and International Orthodox Christian Charities. He served as Adjunct Professor at Arizona State University for nearly a decade and previously served as Senior Consultant to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Office in New Delhi, India. He has a BA in Political Science and a Masters of Public Administration. He is currently an Independent Consultant.
Raymattie Singh, MD
Raymattie Singh is a physician working in Denver, CO and maintaining two homes – one in Denver and another in Tulsa, the place she truly calls home. Raymatti grew up in a very impoverished family in Guyana but through hard work and a lot of commitment won a scholarship to study medicine in St. Petersburg, Russia. After finishing medical school and fulfilling her commitment to the Government of Guyana, Raymatti headed to St. Lucia for several years to continue her work as an emergency room physician. In 2003, she joined her family, who had left Guyana, in the U.S. She brought Cookie, her beloved dog, with her to the States. Raymatti is currently a hospitalist in Denver.
Nancy founded the Stuart C. Gruskin Foundation to advocate for bicycle and pedestrian safety after her husband was tragically killed by a cyclist in New York City in 2009. Together with the Bloomberg administration, they passed two new laws focusing on the reporting of statistics and requiring education on rules of the road for delivery cyclists. The Foundation also partnered with Hunter College to release an original data study focusing on how many pedestrians went to the hospital after being struck by bicycles. Prior to the passing of the laws, the Foundation launched a citywide PR campaign entitled, “The Pedal Pledge” whereby restaurants that employed deliver cyclists would agree to educate their own cyclists. In return, they would get a “Pedal Pledge” sticker for their window for the viewing public as well as pledge document for their wall.
Nancy also handled the national PR for artists such as Victor Borge, Judy Collins, The King’s Singers and clarinetist, Richard Stoltzman. In addition, she founded and managed her own business entitled MUSIC FOR CHILDREN whereby she taught over 1000 children in her local area. She holds a Bachelor of Music from the Boston Conservatory of Music and a Master of Arts degree in Arts Administration from the University College Conservatory of Music.