President, Wellness & Prevention Programs
Favorite health tip: It's easy for me to spend too much time sitting at my desk, so I look for ways to get "non-exercise activity" such as pacing when I'm on a phone call or parking at the back of the lot. It can add up to several thousand steps a day.
Robin is an executive and entrepreneur with more than 30 years' experience in multiple sectors of the health care industry. She is responsible for overall management and direction of our preventive health programs to ensure that each of our clients receives quality services and technology. Robin previously served as executive VP of a health care IT company providing documentation software-as-a-service. She was a founder and senior VP at a medical device company that commercialized an in vitro diagnostic test for chest pain. Robin held previous positions as CEO, COO and VP in successful health care startups in software and medical products, has managed hospitals, clinics and physician practices, and was a management consultant for Ernst & Young. She received a BA in Human Biology with Distinction from Stanford University and an MBA from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
David Tinkelman, MD
Favorite health tips: I read labels constantly, avoiding saturated fats. I make sure to walk 10,000 steps every day, which is a habit I started after we launched FitLogix.
Dr. Tinkelman is responsible for overall medical direction of our preventive health programs. He is board certified in both pediatrics and allergy and immunology, with more than 25 years' experience providing medical direction and quality assurance for disease management, quitline and wellness programs. Active in medical research, the author of over 135 journal publications and book chapters, and co-editor of four textbooks, all in respiratory disease, Dr. Tinkelman has expanded his research to include wellness and socioeconomic issues in health care. He currently serves on the Advisory Board for NAQC, and is a past president of the Joint Council of Asthma, Allergy and Immunology and a past Editor of the Journal of Asthma. Dr. Tinkelman previously served as a professor of pediatrics and vice president of health initiatives, and prior to that, was a practicing physician in Atlanta, GA, where he served as managing partner of his medical group. Dr. Tinkelman received his MD with Academic Honors from Hahnemann Medical College, and his BA from Temple University.
Amy V. Lukowski, PsyD
Favorite health tips: I wake up early every day to make time for fitness. With two small children, it's the only time I have to get moving.
Dr. Lukowski is a licensed psychologist and clinical director for all wellness and prevention programs at National Jewish Health. She has more than 10 years' experience working with tobacco cessation, weight management and health behavior change as a clinician and working with population based treatments. Amy is a certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist (TTS) and specializes in Motivational Interviewing and is a Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) Trainer. Dr. Lukowski is an active member of the American Psychological Association and Colorado Psychological Association. She serves on the NAQC Board of Directors. Dr. Lukowski received her PsyD from University of Northern Colorado, and an MS in Counseling and BS in Psychology from the University of Wyoming.