Malinda Boehler, MSW, LCSW
Site Director/Principle Investigator
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Malinda Boehler received her Bachelors of Social Work and her Masters of Social Work from Indiana University at Indianapolis. She has nearly 20 years of experience working in healthcare with vulnerable populations. Malinda has served MATEC in her current position since 2007.
Karen Curd, BS
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Karen Curd received her Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. She has over 15 years of experience in the field of STD/HIV. Karen has served MATEC in her current position since 2011.
Rachel Fogleman, BS, CHES
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Rachel Fogleman received her Bachelors in Health Science from Ball State University in 2010. She has a variety of public health and education experience. Rachel joined MATEC Indiana in March of 2017.
Stephen Everett, MS
Special Projects Lead
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With degrees in education and business management, Stephen (Steve) Everett brings a very diverse 26-year background in HIV program delivery, training, and grant making to MATEC-IN as part of a partnership with the Indiana State Department of Health’s HIV, STD, and Viral Hepatitis Division.
Bree Weaver, MD
Dr. Weaver received her Doctor of Medicine degree from Loisiana State University Health Sciences Center in 2002 and completed her Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency training at Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSOM) in 2006 where she served as chief resident during her final year of training. Dr. Weaver also complete her Infectious Diseases Fellowship at IUSOM, where she served as chief fellow, and participated in additional research training supported by a T32 Research Training Grant and the Arthur White Fellowship. Dr. Weaver conducted HPV and sexual behavior research with faculty in both Infectious Diseases and Adolescent Medicine. Dr. Weaver joined the IUSOM faculty in 2010, and later transitioned to a clinical role in both Medicine and Pediatrics, with a focus on care and prevention of HIV. She was awarded the Department of Medicine’s Outstanding Young Clinician Award in 2015. In addition to serving at the MATEC Indiana Medical Director, she is the Medical Director of the Infectious Diseases Clinic at Eskenazi Health, Section Chief of Infectious Diseases for Eskenazi Hospital, the Director of Community Engagement for the Indiana Center for AIDS Research, Medical Director of the Indianapolis Transitional Grant Area HIV Ryan White Part A Quality Management Program, and Medical Director of the Ryan White Part C Program for the Marion County Public Health Department.
Christine Balt, DNP, FNP-BC, AACRN
Christine is employed by Eskenazi Health Services in the Infectious Disease Clinic as a Family Nurse Practitioner providing specialty and primary care to persons with HIV disease. She is the Clinical Manager for the Infectious Disease Clinic HIV Program, which consists of a multidisciplinary team of professionals serving HIV-infected persons at the county hospital for Indianapolis, Indiana. Christine has worked in HIV since 1986 as a staff nurse and has been in her current position for over 14 years. Christine has authored articles and book chapters on various issues surrounding HIV infection. She has presented on a wide range of HIV-related issues to a variety of audiences across the United States. Christine has an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing from Purdue University, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Social Work from Indiana University Indianapolis Indiana; a Master of Science in primary care nursing from Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, IN, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. Christine is a past national President of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.