Audrey Call

I graduated Magna Cum Laude from UNC Greensboro, earning a Bachelors of Science in Public Health Education with a concentration in community health education. Just one week after graduating college, I started my career in public health as a pediatric health educator and program coordinator for a family-centered health and wellness program that was made possible by a grant from the Duke Healthy Lifestyles program. What I like about the work I do is that I am able to give back to my community by providing resources to those who are going through hardships and are underserved.

Walidah Robinson

I have 19 years of experience as an RN, and I’ve worked in various clinical settings, such as med/surge, mother/baby, orthopedics, home health, and psychiatric/substance abuse nursing. For the last ten years, I have been in nurse care management, which I love because it’s challenging yet very rewarding to help the people in my community.

Takara Puryear

I have been working in healthcare as a CNA for 14 years. My experience is in long-term and ambulatory care. The work I do is rewarding; I get to help others and make a difference in my patients' lives.

Gefryde Bikomba

I am a trilingual individual born in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. I am a knowledgeable and passionate public health professional with a background in community health, community outreach and organizing, and community strategies for health education and promotion. What I like most about the work I do as a DukeWELL Care Coordinator is not only the fact that I can directly interact with patients and provide them the help they need, but also the fact that I can educate my patients on available community resources.

Allan Hernandez

I was born and raised in Durham, NC. I did interpreting for almost four years before I started with Duke Health in August 2021. I enjoyed helping our patients get their questions answered as a bilingual concierge for Duke Children’s & Internal Medicine of North Durham for two years. Now with DukeWELL, I hope to continue helping patients obtain great health outcomes by being as thorough as I can on my end. I enjoy sports, such as soccer and volleyball with family and friends.

Teara Alston

I am a firm believer in "If you feel good you look good." Our health plays a major role in our day-to-day lives, and everyone deserves to have effective healthcare. It brings me joy knowing that I can make a difference helping others. I graduated from Winston-Salem State University in 2020. I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology and Public Health. I enjoy spending time with my family, shopping, and traveling. With DukeWELL, I am looking forward to assisting individuals to have healthier lifestyles and behaviors.

Guadalupe Zambrano Muñoz

I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and have over three years of experience working in community-based settings. My favorite part about the work that I do is connecting with community members and helping folks access the resources most beneficial to them.