Pam has been an Edmonite since birth. She is so proud to be an Oklahoman, and loves how the people of this great state pull together in times of need. While her “perfect day” would include riding her horse in a peaceful, wooded area, she is excited to be joining the Good Shepherd team as the Executive Director. She has spent over 30 years in the non-profit world, and feels blessed to be a part of a ministry serving our neighbors in need. Pam loves walking through the Clinic and always being greeted with a smile and kind word, and being a part of a staff that cares deeply for each other and all of our patients.
As a student at OU School of Dentistry always rounding up her classmates to go volunteer at Good Shepherd, Jeanie never imagined that after years in private practice she would get the chance to lead out on this dental ministry. Along with being passionate about dental health, she is passionate about patients’ medical health and seeing those two intertwine in comprehensive care. Dr. Bath is always full of new ideas and new ways to make those ideas a reality.
Abby came to Good Shepherd back in summer of 2014 working as a receptionist. Over the years, she has started nursing school at OSUOKC and is currently certified as an LPN. Apart from working at Good Shepherd, she continues nursing school and is planning on getting her Associate's to become an RN. She is in charge of coordinating all of our volunteer medical providers and students ensuring the medical clinic runs effeciantly. Her care and compassion for our patients shows through everyday.
Jennie served as a volunteer at Good Shepherd for 4 years before coming on staff. Her years of service are seen in all the work that has taken place in order for our pharmacy to become the fully stocked certified charitable pharmacy that it is today. She claims that the patients’ appreciation for all that they receive is worth the work. Her love for the Thunder and the OKC Redhawks just makes it all the better that she gets to work at Good Shepherd and in downtown OKC.
Born in Mexico and raised in Mexico City is Emma. She studied Molecular Biology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Emma moved here with her husband to join the National Guard and learn a new culture and language. She loves to help others and bring positivity into their lives.
Moving to the big city from Clinton, Oklahoma, Yolanda has fallen in love with the opportunity to work with such diverse population. Through her entire professional career, she has always worked for the under served population and could not imagine doing anything different. She has come to Good Shepherd with multiple years of clinical office experience and is excited to use her experience to better serve our patients.
Dr. Dan McNeill received his BS degree from North Carolina State, his PA degree from Wichita State and his PhD in Anatomy from East Carolina University. Following two years as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, McNeill was hired as a neuroscientist at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in 1988. In 1994, Dr. McNeill closed his research lab and assumed the position of Director of the OU Physician Associate Program, a position he held until his retirement in 2013. He is currently the Director of the Physician Assistants Program at Oklahoma City University. Dan volunteers countless hours at Good Shepherd and serves on the Board of Directors. Under his leadership, GS serves as an inter-professional training site for PA students, anchored by OCU volunteer PA faculty, community PAs, Physicians, Pharmacists and Physical Therapists who provide health care to our patients.
Ike moved from Flint, Michigan to Oklahoma City in 2015 with his two sons. He has worked as a direct support professional in the medical field for ten years. Ike has always had a passion for helping people and wants to work where he knows he is making a difference. He feels working with the staff and volunteers at Good Shepherd is a great place to work with a caring group of people.
Shane, a native of Oklahoma City, fell in love with Good Shepherd clinic when he began volunteering on Valentine's Day, 2017. He has devoted himself to providing excellent care for patients, and has witnessed first hand the difference it can make in a patient's overall health. According to Shane, the most rewarding aspect of working for Good Shepherd is building relationships with his patients and coworkers, while also positively improving the health of our patients. In his free time, Shane enjoys reading, spending time with his family, and cheering on his beloved Oklahoma Sooners.