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Clockwise from top left: Cináed Boyd, Woody Tovar Cano, Rajdeep Atwal, Megan Stephenson.

We’ve recently added FOUR new members to our staff! Welcome Cináed, Woody, Rajdeep, and Megan.

Cináed Boyd (They/Them/He/Him) was born in Bellingham and raised in 18 different states. They cultivated a love for electronics and technology from a very young age and began contracting while working in dozens of different industries, from concrete construction to beverage distribution. They earned their Associates of Computer Information Services from Whatcom Community College along with certifications in Information Security and Network Administration, and are currently pursuing a Bachelor of Cybersecurity. Cináed considers themselves a holistically-minded network and system administrator who works to unite all of their experience and education to craft sensible technological infrastructure and solutions.

Woody Tovar Cano (He/Him) was born and raised in Skagit county. He graduated from Bellingham Technical College with a degree in Computer Network along with a Computer Networking Support Certificate. Woody worked for a managed service provider (MSP) for 4 years where he assisted companies, non-profits, and municipalities with their IT needs, ranging from full network and server deployments to end user support. Working for the MSP gave Woody the opportunity to work with many different industries and expose him to many kinds of technologies, solutions, and standards.

Rajdeep Atwal (She/Her) most recently worked in Care Coordination at Sea Mar, predominately working with underserved populations. She received her bachelors of science in Psychology from Western Washington Universtiy, then earned her MBA in Healthcare Management.

Rajdeep has a background in behavioral health and substance abuse; her role as Project Manager at the ACH will have her focusing on the hub, vaccine clinics, and care coordination.

Megan Stephenson (She/Her) comes to North Sound ACH with direct experience as a Community Health Worker, patient advocate, and Washington State insurance navigator. She also worked as a news reporter for many years, and completed an original community health project for her Master’s in Anthropology. She’s excited to bring all her experience together, working for health equity and collaboration in our communities.