Team

Meet the Team

Your healthy365 team works every day to find ways to bring health and happiness to Hancock County. Find out how you can help or become one of our community partners.

Kathy Locke

Healthier Choices Team Leader
Kathy Locke is the team leader of our Healthier Choices Team. She’s a Greenville, OH native, but you wouldn’t know that with how involved she has been in the Hancock County community. She spent 21 years in contract food service management, and retired 11 years ago to focus on family and service. Her hope for healthy365 is to create an environment where the healthy choice is unavoidable. Kathy loves to travel and is often described as a hardworking multi-tasker in her leadership roles on the City of Greenfield’s Board of Public Works, as a board member for HRHF and LINK, and as a member of Tri Kappa’s Upsilon Chapter. Kathy’s educational background is in foods and nutrition in business, and she would like to see healthy365 be able to build a community where everyone moves more and eliminates empty calories (foods with no nutritional value) from their diet.

Deby Low

Workplace Wellness Team Leader
Deby Low is the team leader of our Workplace Wellness Team. She’s an active member of Rotary and a Greenfield native who owns and operates Forty Financial with her husband, Mike, who she deeply admires. Her hope for healthy365 is to see an active movement toward a healthy community.

Deby loves to go boating and is often described as an organized and vibrant community member who raised her family here and is deeply committed to the people of Hancock County. She is proud to have completed her first mini-marathon at the age of 50, and she would like to see healthy365 encourage the people of Hancock County to think about healthier choices as part of their lifestyle.

Amanda Everidge MSW, LSW

Healthy Community Manager
Amanda Everidge is a life time resident of Hancock County. Born and raised here in Greenfield. She lives here with her fiancé Adrian and their daughter Helen. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from Purdue University in 2002 in Psychology, at which time she began working in community mental health. She received her Master’s Degree with the IU School of Social Work in 2009. She has been with Hancock Regional Hospital since 2010 serving many roles including: Therapist on Reflections, Social Service Coordinator for ER, Women’s/Children’s Unit, and Outreach, and Hospice care. In 2016, she began working for the Hospital Foundation in the Population Health Department-implementing two new programs: Hancock County System of Care and Hancock Health Congregational Network. In February 2017, she moved into the Healthy Community Manager role and has incorporated her two initial programs into the overarching healthy365 initiative. Amanda has a strong passion for health and wellness and works every day to help empower and motivate others to see that small changes in environment and behavior can have a huge impact on quality of life.

Amanda S. Hinkle RD, IBCLC

System of Care Coordinator
Amanda Hinkle is the System of Care Coordinator for Hancock County. She’s originally from Lowell, Indiana and resides in McCordsville with her husband and 3 kids. She graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelors of Science and completed an internship in Keene, New Hampshire. She has been a Registered Dietitian since 2005 and worked for the WIC Program for 14 years. Her hope for healthy365 is to motivate the community to be involved in all aspects of wellness, including mental wellness. Amanda loves to entertain family and friends at her house and enjoys being outside boating, biking and sitting by the fire and is often described as being laid back, relatable and a good listener which is an important part of her job building relationships with community members and providers. Amanda supports many community groups such as the Breastfeeding Coalition, Tobacco Coalition, and Hancock4Kids and would like to see healthy365 break the stigma behind mental health and get people talking about it.

laura baker

Congregational Network Navigator

Laura Baker is the Congregational Network Navigator.  With 20 years of experience working in social services with her most recent experience at Healthy Families as a family support worker.

She has a strong passion for helping people feel loved by connecting people to a church community.  Through her volunteer experience with her church’s Mental Health ministry, she has supported and seen many lives changed through the benefit of a loving church family.

She also has a passion for the whole body approach to wellness: spiritual, mental, and physical.  To learn more, she became a personal trainer and personally has participated in several 5ks, half marathons, and cycling events.  She has also climbed Pikes Peak.  As a foodie, she loves Whole eating and finding new ways to cook whole foods to be tasty for the palate.

Her husband and children are the biggest blessings of her life, but her granddaughter is the apple of her eye with her Laberdane, a close second.

“I am excited about the opportunity at Hancock Health as part of the healthy365 program to help my home, Hancock County be the healthiest it can be,” says Laura.