Stacy Robison, MPH, MCHES, President and Co-founder
A self-proclaimed health literacy geek and an expert in clear communication, Stacy is responsible for leading CommunicateHealth’s content and creative excellence. Since co-founding the company at the age of 30, Stacy has been recognized as an innovative business leader by the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce and others, including BusinessWest’s 40 Under Forty.
Xanthi Scrimgeour, MHEd, MCHES, Chief Strategist and Co-founder
Since co-founding CommunicateHealth in 2009, Xanthi has been driving company strategy and operations, transforming the organization into a nationally recognized multi-million dollar consulting firm. A veteran public health advocate, Xanthi spent 20 years working on the front lines with state and local health agencies, always championing the use of plain language and testing with users.
Amy Behrens, MS, Senior Editor
Amy, an ardent plain language advocate and a health communication professional, has expertise in public health messaging, provider education, and curriculum development. In addition to overseeing the writing team, Amy writes, edits, and evaluates plain language print and web content for local, state, and federal clients.
Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi, MEd, Assistant Professor, Director of the Health Literacy Leadership Institute
Dedicated to improving the health literacy of health professionals and the public, Sabrina designs curricula and training programs that are skills focused and tailored to meet the needs of participants. When she is not teaching, Sabrina is Principle of a Kurtz-Rossi & Associates, a woman-owned consulting group offering health literacy, plain language, education and evaluation services.
Alia Bucciarelli, MS, Health Writer and Guest Lecturer
Ms. Bucciarelli is the author of Alzheimer’s Disease, a plain language reference book for caregivers, friends, and family on frequently asked questions about the illness. An Amazon reviewer writes, "[The book] is compassionate, clear, honest and highly insightful. It is a must-read for the growing community of Alzheimer's patients and caregivers."