Catalpa Health is governed by a local board of directors, comprised of children’s health experts and business professionals from throughout the Fox Cities.
Board of Directors
- David Vander Zanden
- Monica Hilt
Ascension, Vice Chair
- Mary Hosmer
Insurance Resource Consulting Group, Secretary
- Jean DeKeyser, RN, MS
ThedaCare Physicians, Treasurer
- Greg Henn
- Marne Keller-Krikava
J. J. Keller Foundation, Member
- Todd McKenzie, MD
- Gail Ostrander
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Member
- Tom Schmidt
U.S. Venture, Member
Mary Downs became Catalpa’s second President and CEO in September of 2018. She is responsible for program development, operational oversight, and for setting strategic direction for the organization.
Mary has a rich history of serving the mental health field in the Fox Valley. From 2008-12, she was executive director of ThedaCare Behavioral Health and was one of the principal players in bringing Affinity Health System (Ascension Wisconsin), Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, and ThedaCare together to form Catalpa Health in 2012. She was also a founding member of the Catalpa Health board of directors.
She has served on the boards of CHAPS Academy, the Samaritan Counseling Center, and NAMI-Fox Valley, and currently is a board member of LEAVEN and the NEW Mental Health Connection. In 2017, Mary was named the Janet Berry Volunteer of the Year for her leadership in mental health.
A native of Appleton, Mary has a bachelor’s degree in managerial accounting from UW-Stevens Point and dual master’s degrees in community counseling and educational leadership from UW-Oshkosh.
In addition to her work in mental health, Mary has more than twenty years of experience in leadership roles with Aid Association for Lutherans/Thrivent Financial. She has also been system vice president for ThedaCare Spine and Orthopedics, and most recently was executive director of Foundation and Community Relations for Fox Valley Technical College.
She has also served as a board member for Leadership Fox Cities, Appleton Career Academy, and the Rotary Club of Appleton.
Scott Radtke, LPC is Catalpa Health’s Chief Clinical Officer. He provides clinical oversight of program development and clinical solutions, and ensures the overall efficiency and effectiveness of Catalpa services.
Scott joined Catalpa as Day Treatment Manager in February 2016. He has worked in the counseling field for twenty years and has significant clinical and leadership experience, as well as a passion and commitment to the mission and families served by Catalpa.
Scott earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology and his master’s in counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Prior to working at Catalpa, he served as the associate dean of student health and wellness at Lawrence University.
Brian Zaletel oversees all financial and business operations as Catalpa Health’s Chief Financial Officer. A Certified Public Accountant and Certified Revenue Cycle Representative with more than fifteen years of experience in the health and medical industry, Brian joined the Catalpa leadership team in December of 2018.
Brian earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Management/Economics degree from the University of Tampa, and B. S. in Accounting and MBA in Accounting /Finance degrees from Regis University.
Prior to joining Catalpa, Brian was senior manager/consultant for Schenk SC, where he helped healthcare clients improve their revenue cycle and strategic planning processes, in addition to providing traditional CPA tax and accounting services.
Trina Doxtator is the Director of Development at Catalpa Health. She is responsible for strengthening our philanthropic partnerships to support Catalpa’s mission. In her role, she works collaboratively with community donors – businesses, individuals, families and foundations – to facilitate meaningful giving opportunities and grow funding to enhance the care we’re able to provide.
Trina is passionate about the role philanthropy plays in our community, especially in healthcare. She has seen how the generosity of others has benefited her own family, and she enjoys working with donors to understand their stories and motivations for giving.
At Catalpa Health, every donor and every dollar makes a difference in the lives of the children and families we serve.
Trina earned her bachelor’s degrees in family, community and consumer education – community leadership and Spanish from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In addition, she serves as a board member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and is chair of the PULSE Young Professionals Network Advisory Board. Prior to working at Catalpa, she served as development manager at the St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation.
Kenneth Miller, SHRM-CP is the Human Resources Manager at Catalpa Health, and supports all functions of human resources, benefits, safety, and payroll. He joined Catalpa in June of 2018.
Kenneth received his Bachelor’s in Human Resources Management from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh. He received his SHRM-CP certification in July of 2015.
Kenneth has served in a variety of Human Resources roles in the hospitality, manufacturing, insurance, and construction industries. Prior to joining the Catalpa Health team, he was the Human Resources Compliance Specialist with Faith Technologies.
Katie Jensen, MSE, LPC is the Director of Access and Outreach Services at Catalpa Health. She oversees programs focused on access to care, including the Intake Specialist Team/Access Center and the Call Center. Katie also oversees Catalpa’s outreach programs: the school-based mental health programs (E3, PATH and HOST), Trees from Seeds (in the Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh), our medical home mental health programs in the Thedacare (Neenah) and Ascension (Oshkosh) pediatric clinics, and our mental health program within the Child Advocacy Center in Neenah. In addition, Katie is the Privacy Officer for Catalpa and oversees the medical record department.
Katie is passionate about developing and managing programs that offer kids and families quality services that are in collaboration with health clinics, schools and community agencies. She enjoys helping to encourage team development and finding ways to maximize the resources for kids and families who are experiencing mental health struggles.
Katie received her Master of Science in Education, counseling program from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and is a Licensed Professional Counselor through the State of Wisconsin. Katie has worked as a mental health therapist in outpatient, residential and day treatment settings. Katie began working at Catalpa Health as a child and family therapist and has also served as the Supervisor of the Access Center prior to her current role. She has additional training in cognitive behavioral therapy from the Beck Institute in Pennsylvania.
Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, exercising and volunteering at her children’s school.