Ann Oshel

Senior Vice President, Community and Well-Being

Alliance Health


Ann has a Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Kentucky. She has over 30 years experience working in community based mental health and leadership. She is currently the Sr VP of Community Health and Well-Being for Alliance Health where she oversees community based initiatives such as System of Care, housing, jail diversion, education and outreach as well as member engagement. Previously Ann was the Durham County System of Care Director and the Chief Operating Officer for NC Easter Seals UCP.  She has presented at numerous national and state conferences on supportive housing, post traumatic stress disorder, community violence, resiliency and collaboration. Ann was selected as the 2020 national “Making a Difference” award winner from the Association for Community Affiliated Plans (ACAP.)

Ann is Speaking At

Implementing Processes and Tools to Measure and Analyze SDOH and Health Equity Programs: The 2023 ACAP SDOH Benchmark Assessment

Wednesday, June 21

2:15PM - 3:05PM