D. Brady Woodbury, MPH
Administrator, Emergency Preparedness, Communicable Disease
Brady holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health and has been the Asotin County Public Health Administrator since 2011. Brady has over 20 years of experience working in Public Health, besides working in Administration, he has also worked in Public Health Preparedness, and has an extensive background in Community Health Education. Along with being the Administrator, Brady is currently the regional representative on the Washington State Association of Public Health Officials, WSALPHO Board and on the Community Health Advisory Board.
When not at the office, Brady enjoys spending time outdoors and being active. Whether you know it or not our guess is you have seen Brady in the community. You'll see him reffing one of many high school or junior high sports, basketball, baseball, or volleyball. Brady is involved in a yearly triathlon and a race up the spiral highway on his road bike. Perhaps you'll see him riding to Anatone or Boggan's Oasis or even Hell's Canyon trails. We are lucky to work for someone who has such compassion and energy for his community.
To contact Brady call 509.243.3341
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Fiscal Administrator, Human Resources,
Shannon has worked in public sector accounting and governmental accounting and administration for various county organizations for nearly 30 years. Until recently, she operated her own small accounting and administration company for 30 years serving more than 100 clients. She put her education on hold while working full time, running her business, and raising a family of 3 boys, but still managed to obtain a Bachelors of Science degree from WSU with a Minor in HR at the age of 40. She as been with the Asotin County Health District as the Finance & Human Resources Administrator since 2012.
Shannon’s passions are her faith, her family, and the fight against human trafficking. Shannon has a tireless drive in everything she puts her mind to. She is a champion in efficiency, determination, and accuracy. Shannon is a compassionate person. It brings her great joy to see others achieving their own greatest potential. She enjoys spending time with her family. Especially when those days are spent at their cabin.
To contact Shannon call 509.243.3342
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WIC Coordinator, Communicable Disease, Maternal Child Health
Lora moved with her family to the LC Valley in 2014 and has been working at Asotin County Public Health since 2015. Originally the WIC Clerk and receptionist. As the receptionist Lora was able to learn and gain experience in most programs within Asotin County Public Health. Lora obtained further training and received her Registered Medical Assistant License and is now our WIC Certifier and Coordinator. Lora also works in Maternal Child Health including Children with Special Health Care Needs and Communicable Diseases.
Outside of the office, Lora enjoys spending time with her family; especially camping in Anatone and visiting the Oregon Coast, reading books specifically on children and trauma and playing with her families three dogs. Lora and her family serve this community both at work and in their personal lives. They have opened their home and hearts to kids and families as foster parents. “Being a foster parent makes me a better WIC Certifier and being a WIC Certifier makes me a better foster parent” Lora has been quoted as saying. Watching Lora grow in the WIC program as been a great assets. Our clientele are receiving the best care and knowledge from a person who genuinely cares for them.
To Contact Lora call 509.243.4122
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Health Educator, Website Administrator, Food Safety, Maternal Child Health, Vital Statistics, Communicable Disease
Sundie moved to Moscow from Southern Oregon to finish her Bachelor of Science degree in secondary education at the University of Idaho. Later she furthered her education to receive a Special Education endorsement from LCSC. Sundie has been with Asotin County Public Health since 2014. She has worked in some capacity in nearly every program at Asotin County Public Health. Sundie is committed to helping this community, it's students, and families. Her most recent focus of work has been in the marijuana, tobacco, and vaping education. Sundie is also passionate in her work with Aces and Resiliency and Trauma informed care.
When not engaged in Public Health work, Sundie has a flower and animal addiction, and loves to spend time outdoors. She also loves taking good care of her family, hiking, and yoga, she is always up for an outdoor adventure. Often you can find her on the lobby floor interacting with the babies and kids.
To contact Sundie call 509.243.3343
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Food Safety, On Site Septic, Solid Waste
Originally from Canada, Jeff completed a science degree at the University of Victoria and moved to the U.S. for employment upon completion of school. Jeff’s specialties at the Asotin County Public Health as our Registered Sanitarian include, Environmental Health which involves septic systems, swimming pools, food establishments, solid waste and communicable disease.
Jeff will surprise you with his quirky sense of humor and his Wikipedia type of facts. Jeff is always willing to jump in and help where ever he is needed. Jeff loves outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, boating camping, and is an avid swimmer. Jeff is new to our area and we are happy to have him on the team.
To contact Environmental Health call: 509.552.4539
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WIC, ABCD Dental, Vital Records, Receptionist
Maurine comes to us with 25+ years of dental experience as a registered dental assistant and front office management. Maurine magnified her time she spent as an office manager and with her drive and tenacity she was able to triple the amount of clientele for her clinic. Our WIC office is already starting to see the magnetic personality, natural compassion, and tenacious drive she has.
Recently moving to the LC Valley with her family they are enjoying the warm weather and exploring the area. Maurine welcomes our clientele with professionalism and warmth. She loves to laugh and finds a way to relate to each person who walks through our door.
To contact Maurine call: 509.552.4123
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Dr. Bob Lutz, MD, MPH
Asotin County Public Health Officer
Bob Lutz, the clinical director of Urgent Care for Rockwood in Spokane provides leadership for the protection of public health; enforcement of public health regulations; and serves as an advisor on matters affecting community health and safety to elected and appointed officials, members of the medical profession, and the public.
In addition to his professional experience at Rockwood, Dr. Lutz was also a board of health member for Spokane Regional Health District for the past eight years and a board member of the National Association of Local Boards of Health. He has also been a site reviewer for the Public Health Accreditation Board, a nonprofit national organization dedicated to improving and protecting the health of the public. As a site reviewer, he helped to advance and ultimately transform the quality and performance of state, local, tribal, and territorial public health departments.
As health officer for Asotin County Public Health, Dr. Lutz will work with medical providers and community partners on initiatives including addressing health inequities through awareness, and policy implementation and change; linking efforts between clinical medicine and public health in the midst of health care reform; and developing a data-driven strategic health agenda and mobilizing collective efforts in the community around addressing its priorities and target audiences.