Sarah Van Orman, MD, MMM, FACHA
University Health Services
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Sarah is the Executive Director of University Health Services at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has been in college health for the past twelve years. She has served within ACHA as the chair of the clinical medicine section and the co-chair of the Benchmarking Committee. Her interests include healthcare administration, student health funding and insurance, and student health service models. She believes passionately in articulating, promoting, and fostering the unique value that the student health services bring to young adults on campus.
Jake Baggott, MLS, 1SG (USAR Retired)
Student Health and Wellness
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Jake is the executive director of Student Health and Wellness at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He has spent nearly three decades in the college health field and served in many meaningful roles within ACHA. Jake has served as the Region III Representative to the ACHA Board of Directors and was subsequently appointed as a member-at-large. He was then was elected by the ACHA membership as treasurer. During his previous six years on the Board of Directors, he served as a member of the BOD Finance and Audit Committees, as well as board liaison for the Advocacy, Insurance, and Spirituality, Religion and Student Health Coalitions. In the past he has served as a member of the ACHA Insurance Task Force charged with reviewing and updating the association’s Standards on Student Insurance. Jake has broad and diverse interests in college health, and influencing public policy and advocacy are areas of great professional passion for him.
Vice President (2013-2015)
Keith Anderson, PhD, FACHA
Student Health Center
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Keith, who has been involved with ACHA since 1999, is a New York licensed psychologist. He received his doctorate from the University of Georgia and has worked with college students since 1981, including at counseling centers at SUNY Potsdam, UC Santa Barbara, and American International College. Within ACHA, he has been active in the Mental Health Section, serving as the section chair and program planner. He was a 2004-2006 ACHA Board of Directors Member-at-Large and was the 2009 Annual Meeting Program Planning Chair for the San Francisco annual meeting. As chair of the Mental Health Section Best Practices Task Force, he co-authored a white paper “Considerations for Integration of Counseling and Health Services on College and University Campuses” that was published by ACHA in 2010.
Beverly Kloeppel, MD, MBA
Student Health and Counseling
University of New Mexico
Beverly has been in college health for over 27 years and is the current medical director of Student Health and Counseling at the University of New Mexico. She served as the Region I Representative on the Board of Directors from 2012-2014 and as president of SWCHA from 2009-2010. Beverly believes that college health programs play a very important role in education and retention of students and that ACHA can help college health professionals identify key health issues interfering with the academic success of students and provide best-practice guidelines for addressing those issues.
Immediate President (2014-2015)
Pat Ketcham, PhD, CHES, FACHA
Associate Director, Health Promotion Manager
Student Health Service
Oregon State University
Pat is the Associate Director of Health Promotion at Oregon State University and has been in college health for over 24 years. Her past contributions to college health include contributions at both the affiliate and national levels. She has served as President of the Pacific College Health Association (PCCHA) and the affiliate representative to the board. Most recently she served as the Program Chair for the 2011 national meeting. She has also served as chair and co-chair of the ACHA-NCHA Advisory Committee and is a past chair of the Health Promotion section.
Doyle E. Randol, MS, Col. (USA Retired)
American College Health Association
Doyle has led the ACHA national office for more than 15 years following a successful career spanning more than 26 years in the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps. His stewardship continues to guide a cohesive work team with the primary focus of supporting and enabling members and leaders of the association to enhance the health of the nation’s college students.
Region I (2014-2016)