Meet Our Team
We envision an Idaho where all of us can get preventative, comprehensive healthcare and treatment for disease. Who you are and what you do should not limit your health potential. Getting help should never be dependent on income, race, politics, finances, age, or other demographics.
Mindy Hong, MPH
Executive Director, IAFCC
Mindy joined IAFCC as the Executive Director in August of 2021. She previously served as the Executive Director of the Pocatello Free Clinic from 2012-2017. She was the recipient of awards for Southeastern Idaho 20 Under 40 and Zonta Women of Achievement in that capacity. Mindy was one of the founders of the IAFCC, along with other free clinic leaders from around the state. She served on the Executive Committee of Close the Gap Idaho, a statewide advocacy group that worked for years to ensure passage of Medicaid Expansion in Idaho. Mindy is thrilled to, once again, work with the good people and organizations associated with the free clinic sector.
Mindy completed a Bachelor of Arts in Communications with an emphasis in Marketing and a Master of Public Health from Idaho State University. She has worked in the health & wellness sector for fourteen years in many different capacities. Most recently, Mindy was an adjunct instructor for the Department of Community and Public Health at Idaho State University. She also serves as the Manager for her family's mobile food business and consults as a Marketing Specialist.
Mindy and her husband, Clint, share five children. In her free time, she loves hiking, backpacking, skiing, playing soccer and wiffle ball with the kids, walking the dogs, and playing the guitar and ukulele with Clint. Her future pursuits include living the van life and forcing her unwilling but musically talented children to form a band with her.
Monica Mispireta, MD, PhD, MHS
Board President, IAFCC
Director of Program Development, Pocatello Free Clinic
Dr. Mispireta became the Director of Program Development at the Pocatello Free Clinic in 2020. Her career in public health research began after she graduated from medical school at San Martin de Porres University (Lima, Peru). She worked as a researcher at the Nutrition Research Institute where she led clinical and epidemiological studies while also completing her Master’s in Clinical Epidemiology at Cayetano Heredia University (Lima, Peru).
Dr. Mispireta moved to the U.S. in 2007 to further her training on international nutrition and quantitative health research methods at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, where she obtained her Ph.D. in International Health.
Dr. Mispireta worked at Idaho State University as faculty for 9 years before assuming her current role, and where she continues to teach and collaborate with on research projects. Dr. Mispireta also serves as the President of the Board of Directors of the Idaho Association of Free and Charitable Clinics.
Board Treasurer, IAFCC
Chief Executive Officer, Genesis Community Health
Steve brings over 25 years of business leadership and marketing experience to the organization. He is currently the CEO of Genesis Community Health. Previously, he served as CEO of WISH Medical, a specialized faith-based nonprofit medical clinic in Moscow, Idaho. Steve spent five years in Moscow helping to start a church plant from Crossroads Community Church and in 2016 returned to Boise to be closer to his parents and family. Prior to 2011, he was blessed with the opportunity to spend 16 years with Micron Technology in marketing.
Steve is a native of Idaho and has been married to his college sweetheart for 25 years. They have two daughters who attended the University of Idaho, and their son attends Boise State University. Steve has a passion for showing the love of Christ to others.
Josh Campbell, MPH
Board Vice President, IAFCC
Clinical Services Division Administrator, Southwest District Health
Josh Campbell is a graduate of Weiser High School and completed a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Literature and Theology with a minor in Intercultural Studies from Multnomah University in Portland, Oregon. Following this, Josh worked for a faith-based NGO training medics and midwives to work in developing countries. After being overseas and then working with refugees in Boise for a few years, Josh completed a master’s degree in Public Health at Idaho State University.
Josh spent the last 7 years as Director of Operations for Genesis Community Health, a faith-based non-profit that provides medical, dental, and mental healthcare at no charge to those who are uninsured and lower-income. In addition, Josh has experience working in fundraising and cancer control for the American Cancer Society, has served as the Chair for the Idaho Association of Free and Charitable Clinics, is the current Chair of the Idaho Community Health Workers Association and has been an adjunct instructor for CHW courses at ISU.
Josh and his wife have three great kids. In his free time, he enjoys reading historical fiction, spending time with friends and family, and exploring the great outdoors of Idaho hunting or on a mountain bike.
Clinical Director, Vineyard Medical Clinic
Karen Scriver is a graduate of Capital High School and Boise State University, with a degree in Business Administration. Karen began working for the IBM Corporation her senior year at BSU, and retired with IBM after 33 years. She held multiple positions within the company, many including multi-level management responsibilities for those in sales, consulting, technical roles, and administration. Karen held positions involving professional development and compensation design and finalized her career as a human resources leader overseeing a large North American division.
Upon retirement, Karen began volunteering at the Vineyard Medical Clinic; a free and all-volunteer, faith-based clinic located in Garden City, helping with the administrative activities. Karen has been responsible for the operations of the clinic for the past five years.
Karen has been a member of the Board of the Idaho Association of Free & Charitable Clinics for the past two years.
Karen is currently sponsoring a disabled, homeless person; providing housing and basic needs assistance along with mentoring to deal with emotional and mental challenges as this individual walks the remaining years of her life. Karen is on the board of her neighborhood association, which is actively involved in working to improve how cities deal with homelessness.
Karen loves to work in her large yard growing a garden, berries, flowers, and plants. She loves to walk, bike, and camp. Having been a former collegiate basketball player, she still loves all sports, and has recently taken up pickleball. She has two Australian Shepherds, a mini and a toy, who keep her on her toes.