Ava Clements, RN, BSN, MT ASCP
Ava is the newest member of the education team. She has worked with diabetic patients in both the hospital and outpatient settings. She received a BS in medical technology from West Virginia University and a BSN from Waynesburg University and is currently studying for her CDE. She and her husband have been a part of the medical community in Washington for over 30 years.
Katherine Stephens-Bogard received her undergraduate education in Exercise Science and Athletic Training from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and her Master of Science in Nutrition from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Besides registration and licensure as a dietitian, she’s a Certified Diabetes Educator.
Katherine has published several articles on supplements and integrative therapies in peer reviewed publications, has lectured both to professional and lay audiences on a myriad of topics: the spectrum of gluten sensitivity, sports nutrition, the spectrum of eating disorders, integrative approaches to diabetes and cardiovascular disease, aquatic therapy & conditioning for chronic illness, and exercise training/conditioning for a multitude of sports.
When she’s not counseling patients, educating professionals, or teaching Yoga, she can be found walking, hiking or running with her Golden Retrievers, practicing yoga, cooking in her kitchen, or somewhere outdoors--skiing, kayaking, or canoeing, with her husband!
Dana L. Stainbrook RN, MSN, CDE, CDTC
Dana L. Stainbrook, RN, MSN, CDE CDTC has been a nurse at Washington Health System for more than 30 years. She has been a certified diabetes educator for 14 years and knows what living with diabetes is like on a daily basis.
She is a graduate of Washington Hospital School of Nursing, Penn State University (BSN) and Duquesne University (MSN). She received her Certified Diabetes Technology Clinician certification in 2013 at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, GA. She lives in Washington with her dog Maggie.