Build Health International is proud to welcome three new members to our Board of Directors: Jennifer Aliber, FAIA, FACHA, Herby Duverné, and Dr. Regan Marsh, MD, MPH! Aliber, Durverné, and Marsh are accomplished and trusted leaders within their respective fields of architecture, cyber-security, and clinical medicine. We are excited for the diversity of experiences and perspectives they each bring, which will help shape the future of BHI.
The three new members join BHI’s existing 6 board members, including: Chair of the Board, Patricia McGuire Meservey, Karen Keating-Ansara, Bob Broudo, Harry Dumay, Jean Shia, and Fr. John Unni.
Jennifer Aliber, FAIA, FACHA
Jennifer Aliber is a leader in healthcare design at Shepley Bulfinch, where she specializes in master planning, programming, and planning. Jennifer is particularly interested in rethinking the organization of hospitals and innovative architectural solutions that improve efficiency, flexibility, and enhance that patient and staff experience. Her clients include Brigham and Women’s Hospital, the Mayo Clinic, Penn Medicine and Yale New Haven Health. Jennifer is a fellow of both the AIA and American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA). She has served as chair of the Examination Committee of the ACHA and on the board of the Academy of Architecture for Health (AIA Healthcare Knowledge Community). She is currently on the board of the Foundation for Health Environments Research. She is a graduate of Amherst College and received her Master of Architecture from Princeton.
Herby Duverné is the Principal and CEO of Windwalker Group LLC, an award-winning, 8(a) small business offering physical and cybersecurity solutions that protect and prepare; delivers custom learning and training solutions that guide teams to success; and offers professional services solutions that help customers meet a variety of business objectives.
Mr. Duverné is also the Co-Founder of RISE Together, a certified MBE development and investment company. The RISE Together process applies development and financial expertise toward ensuring that development projects bring equitable growth opportunities to everyone. It’s a process that proactively brings people together, giving everyone a seat at the table, and working as one toward a common cause: a thriving, diverse, and healthy neighborhood.
Mr. Duverné was previously the Deputy Director of Aviation Security and Director of Emergency Management, respectively, for the Massachusetts Port Authority, which oversees Logan International Airport. Under Mr. Duverné’s leadership, Massport’s security team pursued innovative strategies for implementing cutting edge security systems and processes.
Today, Mr. Duverné devotes many personal hours giving back to the greater Boston community and is deeply involved in social and economic justice issues. He recently kick-started the Greenwood Challenge in Black Economic Council of Massachusetts (BECMA) with a $100,000 donation to support black small businesses in Boston and the surrounding communities. He is the recipient of multiple awards and recognition such as the 2005 YMCA’s Black Achievers Award, the 2016 Boston’s GK25, the 2016 ILC’s Immigrant Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Business Growth and the 2018 NAACP Kenneth I. Guscott Legacy Business Award.
Mr. Duverné earned both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Northeastern University. He and his wife, Claire reside in Woburn, MA and have three children Ashley, Jayden, and Ashden.
Dr. Regan Marsh, MD, MPH
Dr. Regan Marsh is an emergency physician and the Medical Director of Health Equity within the Department of Quality and Safety at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School and a Senior Strategic Advisor for Partners In Health (PIH).
Dr. Marsh’s priority is the provision of equitable health care through strengthened delivery systems. She served as the Senior Technical Lead for PIH’s US Covid response focused on implementation of community-based response solutions to stop transmission of disease and improve equity by supporting the most marginalized communities.
Dr. Marsh has worked with PIH since 2008, in Malawi, Haiti, Sierra Leone, Rwanda and Liberia. In Haiti, she helped open the University Hospital at Mirebalais, and then served as Director of Emergency Medicine. Her team started the first Emergency Medicine residency in the history of Haiti, now in its seventh year. In 2014, during the Ebola epidemic, she served as medical director for PIH-Sierra Leone, leading the transition from emergency response to health systems strengthening.
Dr. Marsh received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University and her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Medicine. She completed emergency medicine training at the Harvard-Affiliated Emergency Medicine residency and received a Master of Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health.