Randa Deaton, MA
President and CEO
Randa is responsible for building, leading, and aligning healthcare purchasers and stakeholders to collaborate on innovative, systemic improvements to health and healthcare delivery. She has 25 years of experience in HR and Benefits at Ford Motor Company. Randa holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Indiana State University and a master’s in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Middle Tennessee State University. Randa has a passion for social justice, politics, learning, and the Oxford comma. She enjoys spending her time travelling, camping, and eating good food with family and friends.
Stephanie Clouser, MS
Stephanie fulfills the data needs of the KHC, including regional and statewide physician quality measurement reports, measurement alignment, and project data support. Stephanie holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and communication and master’s degree in analytics, both from Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky. She is passionate about social justice, proper grammar, fitness and nutrition, and lifelong learning. In her free time, you can find Stephanie on the volleyball court, learning Spanish by watching telenovelas, or hosting weekend get-togethers in her backyard with friends.
Natalie Middaugh, MPH, CHES
Community Health Program Manager
Natalie is responsible for the project management and implementation of the KHC’s community health-related initiatives. She is two-time alumna of the University of Louisville and holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree, both in public health. Natalie is passionate about health and social equity, civic engagement, history, and personal growth. In her free time, Natalie enjoys running through Louisville’s many parks, searching for vintage treasures in a local flea market, exploring new places and hobbies, or reading on her porch with a cup of coffee and her dog by her side.
Emily Divino, BS
Project Administrative Assistant
Emily develops marketing and communication materials, supports event planning, and provides administrative support to any ongoing projects of the KHC. In 2017, Emily earned a bachelor’s degree in health sciences from DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in public health from the University of Louisville and is expected to graduate in 2021. She is passionate about racial health equity and is an avid lover of Beyoncé and lumpia (Filipino spring rolls). In her free time, she finds peace in crafting, exercising, and listening to music.