Our Staff

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From Our Executive Director


“Greetings from the Good Neighbor Health Clinic!

At our clinic, we’re dedicated to providing essential health and dental services to those in need throughout the Upper Valley. Since our inception, our patients have been our top priority, guiding our every action.

We strive to ensure that every individual in our community has access to the resources necessary for their health and well-being. Through free medical and dental care, mentorship for future healthcare professionals, and advocacy for enhanced access to healthcare services, we empower those in need.”

Kristin Bradley, DMD, MPH

Dentist and Dental Clinic Manager


Kristin has been the Dental Clinic Manager at Red Logan Dental Clinic since 2021. She received her DMD from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 2020, and her MPH from Tufts University School of Public Health in 2022. A Massachusetts native, Kristin has enjoyed getting to explore northern New England in her free time!

Lori Stratton, RN

Nursing Supervisor


Lori is a registered nurse and the Nursing Supervisor at Good Neighbor Health Clinic. She has been a nurse for over 20 years, previously working at a boarding school and a nursing home. Lori is very excited to be part of the Medical Clinic team working together to provide excellent patient care! She enjoy spending free time with family – they try to get together to go on adventures fishing or kayaking whenever possible.

Sirena Bergeron

Dental Assistant


Sirena is a Dental Assistant for Red Logan Dental Clinic. She is very excited to be a part of this community. As a prior early educator, and after becoming a mom to two little boys, Sirena decided to switch career paths. She recently started a program to become a certified Dental Assistant, and she is excited to gain the skills and knowledge to strive in this field.

In her free time, Sirena enjoys spending time with my family and pets. She also loves exploring the great outdoors and trying to cook or bake new things.

Andrea Sharon

Dental Assistant


Andrea is a Dental Assistant here at Red Logan. She brings a great deal of experience having worked as an assistant for over 15 years. Her favorite part of the job is meeting patients. Andrea has two dogs and many chickens that entertain her when she is at home.

Shelly Noble

Dental Clinic Coordinator


Shelly is the dental clinic coordinator at Red Logan Dental Clinic. She finds working at Red Logan and being able to help people in the community to be extremely rewarding. When Shelly is not at work she enjoys spending time with her family and many pets.

Tricia Mashal, RN

Registered Nurse


Before joining GNHC as the RN Case Manager in July 2023, Tricia worked as an RN in the Heart and Vascular Unit at DHMC. While she loved caring for ill patients and training younger nurses at the hospital, Tricia’s case management work at GNHC allows her to ensure all aspects of her patients’ lives are cared for, not only their pressing medical needs. Tricia and her husband, James, are parents to Abby (human) and Fudge (dog) and enjoy going for family hikes in the mountains around NH and VT.

Mariah Niemi, BA

Executive Assistant


Mariah is an accomplished Executive Assistant with a passion for fostering connections and supporting organizational success. Raised in the Upper Valley, she values community and excels in interpersonal skills. Holding a Bachelor’s Degree from Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), Mariah brings strong communication abilities and a dedication to effective coordination. She is excited to be a part of the Good Neighbor Health Clinic and Red Logan Dental Clinic teams. Outside of work, Mariah enjoys baking and exploring various forms of art, embracing creativity in both work and leisure.

Rebecca Waugh, MCD

Community Outreach Coordinator


Proudly hailing from the Upper Valley, Rebecca brings several years of experience in the human services field. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Neuropsychology and a Master’s Degree in Community Development Policy & Practice from the University of New Hampshire, Rebecca is deeply committed to fostering positive change. Currently serving as the Community Outreach Coordinator for Good Neighbor Health Clinic, Rebecca works to bridge gaps within the community, ensuring vital health and dental services reach those in need. With a passion for community empowerment and a genuine love for fostering connections, Rebecca is dedicated to making a positive impact. Beyond her professional endeavors, Rebecca enjoys exploring the Upper Valley, spending time with loved ones, and her fur-baby, Henry.

Jessica Kobsa

Medical Assistant


Jessica first came to the Upper Valley in 2016 to attend Dartmouth College where she studied psychology and biology and worked as an EMT. After graduating, she worked in stroke research in Connecticut before returning to the Upper Valley because she missed it so much! Ever since she started volunteering at Good Neighbor in July 2022, she knew she wanted to support the clinic’s vital role of providing our neighbors in need with high-quality and accessible health care. She looks forward to getting to know our patients and volunteers in the Medical Assistant role!

Jessica Fuster

Finance Administrator



Bio to come…

Elizabeth Austin, MHA

Executive Director


Elizabeth is a New Hampshire native but only moved to the Upper Valley in 2020 after returning from California following her husband’s military service career. Her multiple years of healthcare management experience allow for complex industry issues and disparities to be addressed, primarily including rural health equity and points of care access. Elizabeth’s education further strengthens her ability to solve these problems, as she holds a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from Southern New Hampshire University.

Since beginning her role as Executive Director at Good Neighbor Health Clinic, Elizabeth’s primary goal has been to follow, promote, and strengthen the mission and vision of Good Neighbor. Through her transformative leadership, she has ensured quality patient care practices, advocated for patients most in need within the community, and stewarded positive and rewarding relationships for patients, donors, clinic staff, and the Good Neighbor community.