Sinclair Hargrave, MA, BS

I graduated magna cum laude from Virginia State University with a bachelor of science in biology and a minor in sociology, and I received a masters in medical science with a concentration in public health from Liberty University. What I enjoy about this work is that it gives me the opportunity to help people in the community dealing with hardships while also allowing me to get a better understanding of the social needs that go along with healthcare. I have always had a desire to help people, and I am very fortunate that this work allows me to do that.

Lician Hernandez

I am passionate about helping people within our community, advocating for them to be connected to resources that will empower them. I hope to continue to provide high-quality, patient-centered care.

Kezia Everett

I’ve been working in the healthcare field since 2021. I originally started at Duke University Hospital, where I worked in patient care services. Providing patients with exceptional care has always been my number one goal, and watching patients heath improve from the services we provide is what keeps me loving the work I do.

Christina J Rawley

I am an HIV survivor dedicated to making a positive impact on the world. Diagnosed with HIV at 18, I've faced numerous challenges but have never given up on my dreams. I previously worked for the Maryland State Health Department, where I assisted HIV-positive clients who cannot afford prescriptions or insurance. I also have worked at DC Health Benefit Exchange and Whitman Walker Health Clinic, where I assisted members of the community in applying for all types of pubic benefits like healthcare, SNAP benefits, legal services, STI/STD testing and care, social security benefits, etc.

Laverne Burton

I am a motivated professional who is currently pursuing a BA in behavioral and social sciences. I am a 2022 graduate of Piedmont Community College with an associate of arts in human services. I am a people person who has background working as a CNA for 29 years and NC peer support for ten years. My experience includes hospitals, law enforcement, drug and alcohol rehabs, outpatient mental health, skilled nursing, homecare, and outreach communities. Helping community members to access resources is my purpose and mission with DukeWELL.

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.