Meet Our Staff
Hali Robinson, MPH
Hali is a lifelong resident of Woodstock and its surrounding towns. She has worked in eyecare, cancer research, and epidemiology.
Hali has an undergraduate degree in Biology with a French minor and a master’s degree in Public Health. Upon completion of her MPH she also became Certified in Public Health through the National Board of Public Health Examiners. With this background, she is able to understand systems-level issues while also seeing people as individuals.
Hali is interested in an ever-growing list of public health topics – maternal and child health, environmental health, health literacy and communication, end-of-life care, community health, dental care, and health equity, just to name a few.
Hali enjoys skiing, reading, and spending time near water in her free time. She and her husband, Jake are gaining a lot of humility as they navigate life as new parents to their son, Knox. She can also be found tending to the needs of their high maintenance dog and cat, Minnie and Banks, as they learn to cope with less attention… but more treats.
Beth first became familiar with OHF as a board member in 2014. In July of 2015, Beth’s husband was diagnosed with cancer and unable to work. It left Beth struggling financially. This is when she saw first-hand the wonderful work done by OHF. OHF’s generosity helped pay for medical needs not covered by their insurance.
Beth began working part time for OHF in January of 2016, working with Good Neighbor Grants. Currently she is full time at OHF and spends her days working with folks through our Good Neighbor Grants, finding respite care, connecting people with resources and participating in various outreach opportunities. Working with thoses she kindly refers to as her “peeps” in surrounding communities, this job has become very rewarding for her.
Beth moved to Proctor, Vermont with her family in 1978 and attended Proctor High School. Beth graduated from Castleton State College in 1984 and has lived in Bridgewater since 1988. She is the proud mother of three children, Josh, Aria, and Daniel. Beth enjoys kids, sports (camping, hiking), being outdoors, and photography and can often been seen spending time outdoors with her Black Lab, Chance.
Meet Our Board
The Foundation’s Board of Trustees, a talented team of community members, oversees the Foundation’s work, led by a full-time executive director.