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Robin Holmes, MD

Robin Holmes, MD

October 27, 2021

Originally from Chicago, Dr. Holmes has lived in Alaska since moving to Anchorage for her residency training at the Alaska Family Medicine Residency. She has a BA from Oberlin College, and completed her medical degree at University of Illinois at Chicago. She has previously practiced in Anchorage and Fairbanks, where she most recently lived for…

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Sonja Martin Young, APRN/CNM

Sonja Martin Young, APRN/CNM

October 27, 2021

Sonja grew up in Alaska and left the state to obtain a Bachelor’s in Psychology in Colorado, followed by a Nursing Doctorate at the University of Colorado Health Science Center. Sonja went on to earn a Certificate in Nurse Midwifery from Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing. Sonja specializes in midwifery and women’s health,…

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Angie Balsarini

October 27, 2021

Angie believes deeply in the power of community and in working together towards gender, racial, and economic justice. As a recent transplant to Homer from Omaha, Nebraska, Angie brings with her a hodge-podge of useful skills; she has been a radical librarian, a skilled culinarian, a dedicated barista, and most recently she did community engagement…

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Cherie Boles, CMA

Cherie Boles, CMA (AAMA)

October 27, 2021

Cherie is a love child of Alaskan homesteaders and a recent year-round returnee to Ohm sweet Homer after an 11 year hiatus. Serendipitously she finds herself as part of the sparkly KBFPC family. Reproductive freedom and autonomy has been at the core of her being since the sacred metamorphosis/change over from girl to woman. She…

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Amy Woodruff

Amy Woodruff

October 26, 2021

Amy grew up in Seattle and studied Public Policy at the University of Chicago. After graduation she put down roots in Homer to live near family. Over the last decade in Homer Amy has worked at the Farmer’s Market, as a substitute teacher, and a community organizer. She currently works at the Homer Port &…

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Irene Saxton

Irene Saxton

October 26, 2021

Irene grew up in Homer, and started volunteering at KBFPC in high school. Immediately she felt she had found her people and place in the community. After moving to Seattle, and then Portland, Irene received a degree in Women’s Studies and Research Psychology and was active in politics, sexual health education, sexuality and gender issues…

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Jillian Rogers

Jillian Rogers

October 26, 2021

Jillian came to Alaska in 2004 from Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, to pursue a dream of becoming a dog musher. Jillian’s background is in journalism, and has worked as a journalist on and off over 15 years to pay for her sled-dog habit. In 2009, Jillian moved to Homer from Fairbanks with 20 sled dogs and…

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Kenny Daher

Kenny Daher

October 26, 2021

Since moving to Alaska in 2012, Kenny has spent his time working in the rural communities throughout the southern Kenai Peninsula. An advocate for strengthening support networks for youth, Kenny became involved with KBFPC to support local schools and to help contribute to the Clinic’s community outreach and education programs. Kenny is dedicated to enhancing…

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Melon Purcell

Melon Purcell

October 26, 2021

Melon became interested in family planning right out of college. As a volunteer with Planned Parenthood in a small rural New York college town, she finally got to ask, and later answer for others, all the questions that she could not ask at home. It felt good to finally understand her body. Many years later…

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Carolyn Norton

Carolyn Norton

October 26, 2021

Carolyn is a lifelong Homer person and longtime fan of Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic. Growing up, her best friend’s mother was a school nurse who would show them educational videos about puberty to see which they liked best, so her appreciation for high quality sexual health education goes way back. Carolyn spent seven years…

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