Our Board


Mountain Health Center Board

We are a group of citizens from the Five Town area in northeastern Addison County, Vermont: Bristol, Lincoln, Monkton, New Haven, and Starksboro. We come from a variety of backgrounds within and outside of healthcare. We are interested in community building and furthering the wellness of our families, neighbors and friends through improving access to primary care, dental care, and mental healthcare services.

We believe that healthy communities begin with healthy families, neighbors and friends, and that receiving support from a primary care physician, dentist or mental health clinician should not be limited by the ability to pay. We recognize that healthcare is a basic right to which all are entitled, and we are motivated to turn this belief into reality.


Board Directors:

donna2Donna Bailey (President):  Donna Bailey is the Co-Director of the Addison County Parent/Child Center in Middlebury, Vermont and has been since 2000.  She has worked at the Center since 1998.  Donna earned her Bachelor’s degree and M.Ed. at the University of Vermont and has worked as an educator and in human services in Vermont for almost three decades.  Donna is a passionate advocate for children and families and is committed to societal change regarding issues of class, race, gender, and justice in our world.  She is a parent of an amazing young actress and circus performer and guardian of an amazing six year old.  Donna lives in Bristol, Vermont.


James Dumont imageJames Dumont: Jim graduated from Columbia Law School in 1978, clerked for the Honorable James S. Holden, Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Vermont, for one year, and then served as a Public Defender in Chittenden, Franklin, and Grand Isle Counties before joining Robert Keiner and Bill Sessions’ law firm in Middlebury in 1981. Jim has been providing legal services in Addison County since then, and has served on the Board of the county’s free medical clinic for nearly 20 years.


Mary Hutchins BerryMary Hutchins-Berry (Treasurer):  Mary is a native of Addison County and currently lives in Starksboro, VT.   Mary has worked her life in accounting.  She started at Chamberlain and Associates in Middlebury, VT where she worked for 10 years and ultimately decided that tax accounting was not her passion.  From that experience, Mary went on to start her own bookkeeping business in 2004.  In addition, for the past 8 years Mary has served as the Office Manager/Bookkeeper of Auto Creek in Vergennes, VT as one of her clients.


Norma Norland (Secretary):   After many years in Lexington, Massachusetts, Norma Norland came to New Haven, Vermont in 2011. She was an administrator at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for twenty years where she served as Director of the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program. While serving as Director, she also taught freshman seminars and collaborated in a number of educational studies.


heinzpeter_photoPeter Heinz: Peter Heinz is retired and lives in Bristol with his wife, JoAnn. Both use MHC when they need medical attention. Peter’s background is in managing hi-tech companies with a focus on marketing and finance. He is still active as mentor and board member for a software company.


Bob Donnis:  Bob is a retired Bristol resident. He was employed by IBM for 32 years, as a Systems Analyst, Project Manager, and Sales Rep. He worked for Efficiency Vermont for 7 years as Retail Account Mgr, and Business Account Mgr. Previously, Bob was a member of the Mt Abraham Union MS/HS Board, the 5-Town Drug and Safety Alliance, and the Bristol Energy Committee. Bob is currently a member of the Addison County Committee on Opiate Addiction, the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program Board, the United Way Community Impact Funding Team, and the Lake Iroquois Association Board.


Mark MulqueenMark Mulqueen: Mark Mulqueen came to Vermont in 1977 and has pursued a variety of careers in orchards, aviaries, and greenhouses, along with a longtime fascination with audio production. He lives in Lincoln where he has been a member of the School Board, worked with the Burnham Hall Committee, is an election volunteer, and helps maintain technology at the Lincoln Library. Mark has been a long time patient of Mountain Health Center, and looks forward to serving as they move forward.


Moira Cook: Moira Cook is District Director for the Vermont Department of Health Middlebury office. She has served in this role for 12 years and has worked for the Health Department for 18 years. Moira holds a Masters degree in Community Health Education from Virginia Tech. She lives in Middlebury with her husband and two children. Moira and her husband own Champlain Valley Creamery. Moira is a patient of Mountain Health Center and previously served on the Red Clover Family Dentistry Board of Directors.