Trina received her Master in Physical Therapy from the University of Iowa and hasdedicated her career to promoting and advocating for healthy lifestyles to reduce the burden of disease and disability on individuals and society. Physical Therapists are uniquely educated and trained to adapt health care recommendations to the community environment where individuals live, work, learn, and play. Trina’s expertise as a physical therapist was essential in the development of the first YMCA-hospital partnership nationally that created the YMCA Healthy Living Center (Y-HLC) in Clive, Iowa employing and administering physical therapy and medically-integrated programs and services under YMCA management. As the Y-HLC Medical Program Executive from 2009-2017, she led the Y-HLC medically-integrated efforts reaching over 1,160 referring providers. Y-HLC membership peaked at 8,300 members and nearly half of the membership population was driven by a medical referral. Trina managed over 20 programs that delivered evidence-based curriculum, self-management training, behavior modification, group and independent exercise related to disease or impairment, and ongoing support through health coaching.
Today, CHPcommunity helps build environments where clinic and community come together to fight chronic disease by executing community-based strategies that proactively link and support clinical services. CHPcommunity leads the design, development, and management of the Community HUB to support the expansion and sustainability of evidence-based chronic disease and health promotion programs in Iowa.
Chief Administrative Officer, HUB Navigator
As the CHPcommunity Chief Administrative Officer, Renee helps direct the day-to-day administrative operations of the nonprofit. Renee has over 12 years of medical office administration experience including patient scheduling and intake, managing referral relationships with healthcare providers & insurance companies, and overseeing medical billing services. For the last 10 years, she has developed processes that facilitate patient engagement in community-based programs at discharge. Renee fulfills the role of Community HUB Navigator, where she manages the HUB call center, onboards new organizations and participants into our database management system, and provides technical assistance to organizations utilizing the database for data collection, tracking, and reporting of their program outcomes.
Renee is committed to making health equity a strategic priority because everyone deserves to be healthy regardless of status, resources, or circumstance.
Eat Well Track Coordinator
Adria Huseth, RD, LD, CPT
Adria Huseth is a registered, licensed Dietitian and Personal Trainer. She is the Eat Well Track Coordinator for the Clive Community Health + Wellness Initiative. Adria is committed to CHPcommunity’s holistic approach to improving health and wellness in her community.
Adria is the former manager of Nutrition Communications and Research for the National Pork Board where she managed human nutrition research & communications and education outreach for ten years. Before joining the National Board in 2010, Huseth worked for the government nutrition education program WIC (Women, Infants and Children) in Central Iowa. Adria graduated from Iowa State University in 2008 after she completed the Didactic Program in Dietetics and joined Florida Hospital for her 10-month CADE dietetic internship. She also received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing from the University of Iowa in 2004 and her personal training certificate from National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) in May of 2016. Adria has her Certificate of Training in Adult Weight Management and has completed the Integrative and Functional Nutrition Program.
Adria is a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics including the Food and Culinary Professionals, Public Health and Community Nutrition and Dietitians in Business and Communications DPG’s. She is also a member of the Iowa Dietetic Association and Integrative and Functional Nutrition Academy.
Adria is passionate about helping others live a healthful lifestyle from the inside out while staying abreast of current human nutrition research. She resides in Urbandale, Iowa where you can find her encouraging her family to try new healthy dishes she is whipping up in her kitchen! In her spare time, she is an avid sports enthusiast where she enjoys training for half marathons, triathlons and enjoys running the trails around her neighborhood with her two children Jack and Charlotte.
Mary LaBarre, PT, DPT, ATRIC
Mary LaBarre is a volunteer with CHPcommunity, working as Program Manager for the Walk With Ease program and helping provide our complimentary pole fitting and pole walking demonstrations. She also helps coordinate activities on the Move More Task Force for the Clive Community Health and Wellness Initiative. Mary has been a physical therapist for the last 20+ years, the last 8 years in the Des Moines metro area. She has managed the implementation and delivery of a variety of evidence-based programs at multiple locations across Central Iowa. She has extensive expertise in the area of aquatics and helps to develop aquatic programs, provides trainings in aquatic skill development, and consults for organizations in the development of their water exercise programs. Mary is faculty with the Aquatic Therapy Rehabilitation Institute nationally, providing aquatic education and trainings across the U.S. Mary enjoys giving back to her community and going above and beyond for her patients. Join our Positive Pole Walkers Group and you will get to know Mary and be the recipient of her passion to help others.
Web Developer, Volunteer
Ethan is going to college at Iowa State University, majoring in MIS and Entrepreneurship. Aside from being a student, he actively develops websites for local businesses.