Mike P. Muldoon, MPH
Phone: 502-625-0059, Fax: 502-625-0010
Since April 2007, Mr. Muldoon has been executive director of the Health Enterprises Network, a healthcare economic development engine for a 27-county area surrounding Louisville, Kentucky.
Spanning 30 years, Mr. Muldoon’s professional background is unique in the industry, having held the position of administrator, CEO, or executive director in 3 distinct areas—with hospitals, HMOs and group practice.
Some highlights include: Mr. Muldoon was associate executive director of Humana Hospital-Phoenix and Humana Hospital-Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, Arizona; as well as executive director with Health Management Associates in North Carolina.
Also, Mr. Muldoon was administrator of the John-Kenyon Eye Center, Indiana; administrator of Symbion Ambulatory Resource Center; regional executive director for Value Options ; and executive director of 2 HMOs—one in Daytona Beach, Florida; and the other HMO for the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Later, Mr. Muldoon became Humana’s (corporate) director of management information. Immediately prior to directing the Health Enterprises Network, Mr. Muldoon was CEO of Managed Healthcare Development Consulting, with clients including AmeriHealth Mercy, Anthem, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the University of Louisville.
Recently, Mr. Muldoon has been a local university lecturer and has been seen and heard on TV and radio debating issues related to health reform. He is the author of numerous articles and professional reports.
For the past 25 years, Mr. Muldoon has been married to Carol H. Muldoon, who was most recently deputy commissioner, Department for Medicaid Services, for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Currently, Carol is vice president with Coventry Health Care.
Originally from Boston, Mr. Muldoon obtained his bachelor degree in economics, cum laude, from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His masters is from Yale University.
David Buschman assumed the role of business development director for the Health Enterprises Network in March 2010. In this capacity, David will identify and build relationships with prospective member companies and work to support and retain existing member companies. He will also assist in the planning and coordination of events.
David brings to the network over 18 years of experience in business-to-business sales, community outreach and marketing in the medical, business, proprietary education and government arenas. He has shown great effectiveness in past sales positions as evidenced by increasing employment opportunities by 300 percent while in the role of career center director at Spencerian College. In the sales/retail industry, David was responsible for a consistent annual increase of revenues in the range of 30 to 35 percent. This increase resulted in the doubling of sales in a 3-year period for his territory.
Experienced in organizing, implementing and hosting internal and external events, David has planned and executed events for audiences exceeding 3,000, including a health career exposition. He will be a great asset to the Network’s knowledge networking opportunities and programming.
David holds a bachelor of arts in communications with a concentration in public relations from the University of Louisville. Among several notable training designations, David earned a "High-Impact Presentations Certification" from Dale Carnegie Training.
Piper Clark joined Health Enterprises Network in January 2005 in the newly created position of communications manager. In this capacity, Piper manages all communications of the network including quarterly membership updates, the Industry Trends publications and all special communication projects.
Piper graduated from Hanover College in 1995 with a B.A. in psychology and in 1998 from the University of Louisville with an M.S.S.W.
In 1999, Piper began work in communications at Hanover in the capacity of assistant director of alumni. While at Hanover, Piper was the executive director for the Parents’ Board of Directors and assisted with its communications committee. She also assisted the director of alumni relations with the Alumni Board of Directors and coordinated many of the department’s communication and promotional pieces.
Piper’s most recent position was as marketing manager for Lancaster Built Homes, Inc., a high-end custom home builder in Prospect, Kentucky. While there, Piper oversaw the creation of three company websites and coordinated all advertising. Over the past two years, Lancaster Built Homes has been the recipient of several awards from the Sales and Marketing Council of the Home Builders Association of Louisville.
A native of Louisville, Piper is married to Adam Clark and together they have two children, Alison and Caroline.
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Nicole has been in the role of program coordinator with Health Enterprises Network since January 2013. Her duties include assistance with event programming, database administration, marketing and other network administrative tasks.
Nicole attended the University of California Santa Barbara before transferring to the University of Louisville in 2010. In 2012, she graduated from UofL with a bachelor’s degree in political science. While in undergraduate school, Nicole assisted professors with their lesson plans and grading in her position of teacher’s assistant. She also helped her fellow students with their writing skills in her role as an English tutor. Nicole was Vice President of Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society, a political science intern, a member of the Secretariat in the Western Collegiate Model United Nations, and a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity.
Professionally, Nicole has honed her excellent customer service skills through positions at the Mayan Café, The Waffle & Crepe Co. and Fairview Gardens. While at Waffle & Crepe Co., Nicole oversaw the company’s finances and was in charge of its profits and costs in addition to its sales and marketing strategies. While at Fairview Gardens Center for Urban Agriculture, Nicole worked in marketing and outreach, developed their Community Supported Agriculture program, and designed educational programs.
In her free time, Nicole enjoys cooking with her boyfriend, Robby, discovering Louisville’s park system with their long-haired dachshund, Olive, and working on renovation and design projects in her home.
Kelly Armstrong may be new to GLI, but comes to the region with over 9 years of strategic planning and optimization experience. Her economic development background includes serving as Executive Director of Community Main Street in Ceder Falls, Iowa, Communications Director of Waverly Light and Power and Finance Manager of Waverly Area Development Group in Waverly, Iowa. Armstrong will bring her keen ability to generate continuous improvements, build strong long lasting professional relationships and spearhead corporate partnerships, with a focused approach to regional economic vitality, to her role heading up the economic development effort around Lifelong Wellness and Aging Care industry in Greater Louisville.