America's Poison Centers' STAFF
Richard Fogelson, J.D.
Richard Fogelson is the CEO of the America's Poison Centers. In this role, he oversees operations, strategy and innovations for America's Poison Centers. Richard has 25+ years of legal, medical, and health policy experience across both commercial and federal organizations. He also volunteers as an active member and officer-in-charge with the fire rescue services with over 35 year of service to the EMS community. Richard is an active member of the Virginia Bar.
Leslie Sandler, M.Ed.
Leslie Sandler, M.Ed., is the Vice President of Certification, Accreditation and Professional Education for America's Poison Centers. In this role, she is responsible for managing, developing, planning, organizing, implementing, evaluating and supervising all certification and accreditation operations in collaboration with the Certification Committee and the Accreditation Committee, as well as related activities. In addition, Leslie serves as the staff liaison to the SPI Advisory Council (SAC). Leslie has over 25 years of association certification and accreditation experience. She holds a Master of Education (M.Ed.).
Kaitlyn Brown, PharmD, DABAT
Kait Brown is the Clinical Managing Director for America's Poison Centers. In this role, she interprets clinical NPDS data and fosters relationships with public health and industry partners. She possesses 6 years of clinical toxicology and regional poison center leadership experience. Kait completed a PharmD and clinical toxicology fellowship.
Dan Titus, M.S.
Dan Titus is the Director of Operations/IT for America's Poison Centers. He supports the nation’s 55 poison centers, and America's Poison Centers' Central Office with various operational/IT projects. He is passionate about using National Poison Data System (NPDS) data for advancing public health awareness. Dan earned a M.S. in Information Systems Technology.
Nathan Pham, M.S.
Nathan Pham is a Director of National Data Services for America's Poison Centers. In this role, he assists researchers with obtaining and interpreting poison center data. Additionally, he provides vital support and input in the development and publication of America's Poison Centers' Annual Reports. His educational background includes a M.S. in Biomedical Science and a B.S. in Biological Science.
Maggie Maloney, M.S.
Maggie Maloney is the Director of Communications and Public Education for America's Poison Centers. She has more than 15 years of experience in health, non-profit, and advocacy communications. In her role, Maggie oversees all strategic communications and public education efforts for America's Poison Centers. Maggie has a B.S from Illinois State University and and an M.S. in Public Relations from Boston University.