All of Us Advisory Boards

Members of All of Us Wisconsin work closely with local Community Advisory Boards (CAB) and Participant Advisory Boards (PAB) to foster bidirectional communication and build strong partnerships.

The All of Us Team at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin meets with a CAB whose members represent diverse Milwaukee communities and service organizations. The CAB provides us with valuable insights into community needs, norms, history, and perspectives.

CAB members also advocate for program participation within their respective groups, give feedback on specific aspects of the program, and assist in sharing program-related information with their constituents. Our CAB co-chairs are Robert Walker and Niki Espy. See pics and bios for more information.

Robert A. Walker, CAB Co-Chair

Robert Walker holds a Bachelors in Human Services and an AODA counseling minor from Springfield College Continuing Education School of Human Services.

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Niki Espy, CAB Co-Chair

Niki Espy is the Associate Program Director for Neighborhood House of Milwaukee. She manages the implementation of programming for environmental, arts, health, teens and family departments at Neighborhood House of Milwaukee. For over 30 years, her personal mission “To prepare our children to be engaged global citizens” has helped guide her career choices.

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George P. Hinton

George Hinton is the CEO of the Social Development Commission (SDC). Hinton earned his Master’s Degree in Health Administration from the University of Alabama – Birmingham.

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Loree Cook-Daniels

Loree Cook-Daniels is FORGE’s Policy & Program Director, holds a B.A. in Women’s Studies & History, an M.S. in Conflict Management, and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Trauma Counseling.

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Linda Jackson Cocroft

Linda Jackson Cocroft is the founder and publisher of Black Women 50+ Health & Lifestyles Magazine. The mission of BW50+ is to educate/empower responsible, preventive health practices, decrease disparities in treatment and services to this population, and demystify major health issues.

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Otis Winstead

"I'm committed and compassionate in assisting Veterans and their families who survive the war, survive the peace."

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Darryl Davidson

Darryl Davidson, Director of Community Engagement at the City of Milwaukee oversees programs, education, services, and city-wide collaborative outreach activities focused on promoting racial equity and inclusion. His focus includes enhancing local capacity for positive outcomes for boys and men of color marginalized from economic, social, educational and political related issues for teen males and men via the Mayor’s Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative, the Black Male Achievement Advisory Council, the Office of African American Affairs and Milwaukee’s Men’s Health Referral Network. He has received degrees and professional certifications from Howard University, Southern Illinois University, and Emory University.

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Alberto J. Maldonado

As Director of the Roberto Hernández Center, Mr. Maldonado is the Chief Administrative Officer of the Center. He also Co-Leads the Chancellors Committee for Hispanic Student Initiatives (CCHSI), areas of engagement with the community and implementation of commitments made by the Chancellor. In his 22-year trajectory at UWM, he has championed numerous initiatives in the areas of Pre-College, Community Outreach, Admissions, Multicultural Recruitment, and Academic Advising.

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Al Castro

Al Castro, MS, CSW, Program Director of the Health Research Department at the United Community Center, holds a Master’s Degree in Business Management from Cardinal Stritch University.

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All of Us Wisconsin
Wisconsinites, we need your help. Members of the All of Us Wisconsin consortium are working with the National Institutes of Health and the All of Us Research Program to help speed up health research breakthroughs and advance precision medicine.