Board of Directors
Donald R. McLaughlin
Don McLaughlin has served on the board of Health and Hope Clinic since 2009. He is a life-long resident of Pensacola and is an active member of Calvary Baptist Church. Don graduated from the University of West Florida with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. He is a retired accounting manager from the International Paper Mill in Cantonment. Don and his wife, Kooky, and have two grown daughters and are grandparents.
Anna Barbee Causey has over 22 years of experience in the benefits field. She is currently Vice President of Combined Insurance Services, where she is responsible for her group clients and for managing the operations of the Individual Benefits Department. She is also President of the National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors, Pensacola. Anna and her husband, Jack, are active members of East Brent Baptist Church and enjoy engaging others in bible study. They are both avid golfers and enjoy competitive trap and skeet shooting. They are parents to 3 cats (Ellie, Audi & Sammy) and a dog (Bridget), all local rescues.
Bob Gowing has served on the board of Health and Hope Clinic since 2009. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama at Birmingham and is retired from Baptist Health Care. Bob is an active member of Pensacola First Baptist Church, where he serves as a Deacon and on the Missions Committee. He is active on other boards in his community and is an advisory board member for Compass Bank. He is married with two children and seven grandchildren.
Sara Davy is a graduate of Auburn University School of Pharmacy, with post graduate education in Business Administration at the University of West Florida. Her career includes experience in community pharmacy as well as in the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry. She has volunteered at the Health and Hope Clinic since its inception in 2003. She and her husband John have two children and are active at OliveBaptist Church.
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Ken Laube has served in numerous clinical and administrative positions within Navy Medicine for 32 years. He is currently the Director of Healthcare Business for the Naval Hospital Pensacola. He earned a degree in Radiologic Technology from George Washington University, a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Metropolitan State University, and received a full scholarship to attend Washington University School of Medicine where he received his Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration. His previous experience includes Navy Medical Recruiting National Training Director, Director of Healthcare Business and Business Manager for Patient Centered Medical Home. He was nominated for the 2014 American Hospital Association Federal Healthcare Executive of the Year. He was selected as the Naval Hospital Pensacola 2013 Senior Civilian of the year. His family has been volunteering with the Health and Hope Clinic for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Laube are both active members of Olive Baptist Church.
Paul McLeod, M.D.
Dr. McLeod has been a volunteer at Health and Hope Clinic since 2004 and currently serves as Medical Director. He comes to the clinic with over 35 years experience in Family Medicine and has held numerous leadership positions. He completed his family practice residency at the U.S. Naval Hospital in Pensacola, Florida in 1978. He then served on the teaching staff for a brief period before going on to practice in rural Milton, Florida for the next 18 years. Since then, Dr. McLeod has served as a professor to medical students at both the University of South Alabama and Florida State University. He now holds the position of Sr. Associate Dean for Florida State University College of Medicine Regional Campuses.