ANTHC CHAP Statewide Services – Victorie Heart, MS, RN, Director Community Health Aide Program

Victorie “Torie” Heart, MS, RN is currently the Director of the Community Health Aide Program for Alaska Native Tribal  Health Consortium. She and her staff work collaboratively with 26 tribally managed Community Health Aide Programs who  provide primary and emergency health care services to Alaska Native peoples in rural Alaska. She has been involved in  tribal health care in Oregon and Alaska for more than 25 years.


Rebecca Pazdernik Moore

 Assistant Director CHAP Statewide Services; eCHAM Project and Revisions Coordinator-RebeccaMoore Pazdernik PA-C, MHS

Rebecca received a Bachelor's in Social Sciences and Anthropology from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo as well as a Master's in Health Sciences from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, Physician Assistant Program with a specialty in Rural Medicine.  She practiced Emergency Medicine until 2008, when she and her husband Ben moved to Seward.  She has worked in Primary Care throughout Alaska's rural communities, including acting as Coordinator Instructor for Chugachmiut's Health Aide Program for two years.  In 2011, she joined the eCHAM Project as the Clinical Coordinator.  Rebecca transitioned with the project to CHAP Statewide Services in the Fall of 2013 and now serves as Assistant Director with a focus on the eCHAM Revision.   



  eCHAM Program Manager-Tasha Hotch 

Tasha received a Bachelor’s in Technical Management from DeVry University. She is a Tlingit from the Chilkat Indian Village  Klukwan in Southeast Alaska. She more than a decade of experience working with the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.  Some projects she’s participated in prior to joining CHAP Statewide Services were the Cerner implementation at ANTHC while  working as a Management Information Specialist in Medical Records and the Manager Training Series implementation while working  as an Associate Trainer in the Human Resources Department.