Chief Executive Officer of the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health
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Teryl Eisinger has served as Chief Executive Officer of the National Organization of State Offices (NOSORH) for over a decade. She served as the first staff person of the organization and has led the efforts of the organization to build the capacity of SORH through education, advocacy and partnerships during her tenure, and earning national recognition and award for NOSORH’s winning National Rural Health Day efforts. Teryl has more than 23 years of experience in health care and has worked extensively in the areas of rural health and health promotion for underserved populations. Teryl’s experience includes a broad array of coordinating grant-funded rural programs including workforce funding, community development initiatives, and support for rural safety-net providers. Throughout her career, she has provided volunteer leadership to various rural and urban non-profit organizations whose missions focused on underserved communities, economic development, and rural health, including serving as chair of a large community health center. Her background includes work as an instructor at Great Basin College in Elko, Nevada. She loves to connect with rural advocates to imagine the possibilities for serving rural people across the country. Teryl received her undergraduate degree from Northern Arizona University and holds a Master of Arts degree in Communication, from the University of Nevada-Reno.Back to Speakers