As Exect Director for ACHP, Andrea Albino brings 20 years of business experience. Her experience is focused in the areas of project management, business development, and marketing operations. She is an analytical and a conceptual thinker who effectively partners with leadership to assess and drive successful implementations.

Ms. Albino has a degree in communication from Washburn University and is responsible for project management/client relations at Haulright. In a prior role, she also led the marketing operations division for a professional hockey team in Florida. She brings experience from across a diversity of industries such as corporate retail, professional sports management, marketing, and construction.

Seaaira Reedy is the Vice President of Behavioral Health Services for Clinical Operations with Centurion Health. Dr. Reedy has more than 15 years of experience in providing forensic and behavioral health services to legal-involved individuals, including seven years in senior leadership roles for Centurion’s forensic conditional release program (CONREP).

Dr. Reedy is the co-chair of the ACHP education committee, serves on the CCHP-MH subcommittee for NCCHC, and is the membership chair for the ACA behavioral health membership committee. She is a SAMSHA certified trauma-informed care trainer. She presents regularly at national correctional healthcare conferences on various correctional behavioral health topics. Dr. Reedy is a licensed psychologist in California, Colorado, and Idaho.

Andrea Albino

      Executive Director


Seaaira Reedy


Deb Ross is the CEO of the National Commission on Correctional Health Care. Before taking on her current role she served as the vice president of education and meetings.

Throughout her career with NCCHC, she has developed strategic plans aimed at promoting growth and awareness within the correctional health care community. She has built relationships and partnerships with diverse stakeholders who share common interests.

Sue Lane


Sue Smith has 30 plus years' experience as a correctional nurse, starting as a staff nurse in a state prison setting and continuing as a nurse administrator and then as a nurse educator in the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction. While there, Ms. Smith was the first primary intake nurse for the system Reception Center, one of the first designated infectious disease coordinators and AIDS counselors. She was a contributing writer to The Essentials of Correctional Nursing (Schoenly & Knox, eds).

Ms. Smith is involved with professional organizations including the ACHP, ANA, ANPD and the Ohio Nurses Association. She is a founding member of the American Correctional Nurses Association. Ms. Smith received the first awarding of the Margaret Collatt Service Award by the Academy of Correctional Health Care Professionals in 2019.

Jayne Russell


Board Members

Barbara Wakeen




​Prior to founding the Salke Consulting Group, Mr. Salke was employed by Corizon Health / Correctional Medical Services for 31 years.  During that time he held various positions to include; Vice President of Operations, Group Vice President, Area Vice President and Senior Vice President-State Operations.  Mr. Salke also holds the position of Vice President of Business Development for Rx Outreach, the nation’s largest faith based, nonprofit on line pharmacy.

Mr. Salke is a former USAR Military Officer serving both in the Medical Services Corps as well as the Military Police Corps through 1991.  Mr. Salke previously served on NCCHC’ Board of Trustees for Certified Correctional Health Professionals.  Mr. Salke was a founding member of the steering committee for the ACHP in 2001 -2003.  Mr. Salke is the recipient of Missouri’s Hospital Association Visionary Leadership Award in 2001 for health care excellence.

Jayne Russell represents the ACHP on the NCCHC Board of Directors for the past 15 years. She has 25 years plus in executive management in correctional health care services. She has provided leadership and oversight of large complex operations including the Maricopa County Jail system, Arizona Department of Corrections and San Quentin Prison in CA.

She formerly worked as a Correctional Program Specialist with the National Institute of Corrections. Ms. Russell is also a long-tern lead surveyor and currently chairs the NCCHC Accreditation Committee. Past chair positions include NCCHC Board of Directors, ACHP chair, and (CCHP), Certified Correctional Health Professional.

Barbara Wakeen, a registered and licensed dietitian nutritionist (RDN – LD), has been the principal/owner of Correctional Nutrition Consultants, Ltd. since 1995. With over 35 years of expertise in correctional settings, she offers nationwide consultation in correctional foodservice and nutrition.

Barbara's diverse experience includes roles as a consultant, corporate dietitian, and district manager, serving jails, prisons, treatment centers, ICE Family Residential Centers, and more. She is a longstanding representative of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics on the NCCHC Board of Representatives, contributing to various committees and holding leadership positions.

Barbara is a regular presenter at NCCHC Conferences, co-author of the NCCHC Nutritional Wellness Position Statement, and an internationally recognized expert in Correctional Food Service and Nutrition.

Sue Lane has over 40 years as a registered nurse, and has experience in multiple medical settings. She has been part of the correctional healthcare specialty for over 20 years with experience as a registered nurse and director of healthcare. With 30 years of infection prevention and control, she is currently the director of infection prevention and control for Centurion. 

She has served on many local, state and national boards, and task forces to represent and educate on the importance of healthcare for the incarcerated. As a voice for correctional healthcare, she is a national speaker on the specialty of correctional healthcare.

Ralf Salke



Deborah Ross



Sue Smith