Esther Imani is an Improvement Advisor at ECOR. Dr. Imani received her MBA from the University of Dallas and her PhD in Public Health from the University of Utah. She was a CDC post-doctoral fellow in in Public Health Informatics. Dr. Imani conducts  research on health disparities/health equity.  She also teaches Improvement Science to ECOR staff and provides guidance on how to conduct community-based participatory research. Her hobbies include reading, hiking, and traveling to exotic places.

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Jason Alex Muiga-Munene is a co-founder and Executive Director of ECOR.  He oversees administrative and research functions of the organization. Jason graduated in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science degree (Biology major) from the University of Pennsylvania. He has a long history of working with underserved populations. He is currently helping underserved communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic connect with essential health and social services. In his spare time, Jason likes to read medical literature, play the guitar, golf, and hike. 

Ms. Rebecca Faith is an Quality Analyst and co-founder of ECOR. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health (Summa cum Laude) from Rutgers University. For the last five years, she has worked in several leadership roles at ECOR, including coordinating self-help programs for youth with behavioral problems. In her current role, she designs culturally-relevant programs for providers serving refugee patients. In her spare time, Rebecca likes to read, exercise, and dance.