Ken Lalime is a Principle at KRLHealth, a regional Health Care Consulting firm serving the public and private payer, provider, and employer markets. Ken previously served as Chief Executive Officer for the Community Health Center Association of CT (CHCACT), as well as CEO for HealthyCT, a statewide health insurance company. Ken is the former Director of Managed Care at Norwalk Hospital and was the co-owner of Cranbury Pharmacy in Norwalk. Ken has served as a Board member on the Board of Health for nearly 30 years and continues to contribute his expertise on a wide variety of health care and public health related issues, policies, and programs.
Dr. Terry Quell is the Nursing Education Consultant for the Connecticut Nurses Association where she is responsible for quality nursing continuing education for nurses in the state. She is an adjunct faculty member for both Fairfield University and UCONN Schools of Nursing with expertise in older adults, public health, leadership, and health policy. She is a past president of the Connecticut Nurses Association and is a former chair of the Norwalk Board of Education.
Dr. Norman Weinberger received his BA from Washington and Jefferson College, MD from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, and served his internship and residency in Pediatrics at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Dr. Weinberger has served since 2006 as a Pediatrician at the Optimus Community Health Clinic in Bridgeport. Previously, he was the senior partner of Pediatric Associates of Norwalk & Darien, P.C. for 33 years. He is the Medical Advisor for Westport Public Schools and Norwalk Public Schools. Licensure includes the state of Connecticut since 1971 and a Diplomat, National Board of Medical Examiners and Diplomat, American Board of Pediatrics. He is married to Susan G. Weinberger, EdD, and they have two children and five grandchildren. Norman and his family moved to Norwalk in 1971 where they have been involved in numerous community efforts in order to make a difference. Dr. Weinberger is a long-time champion for resiliency in children and their families.