Daphne Copenhaver is the Area Compliance Officer for Kaiser Permanente, responsible for the oversight and execution of the Ethics & Compliance (E&C) Program.
Daphne started her career in healthcare administration in 2005 as a consultant with a management consultancy firm. She then moved in-house and worked as an internal consultant and corporate manager and later transitioned into a policy consultant role with the California State Assembly.
She received her Juris Doctor from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, her Master of Public Health from the University of California Los Angeles and her Bachelor of Science from Howard University. She is also certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance.
Daphne is a new resident of Placer County with her husband and two young children. She is deeply committed to the welfare of children and assisting in any way possible to help create a safe, loving, and nurturing environment.
“It’s an honor to be a part of this board,” says Daphne. “I look forward to working with the larger team.”
Holly Andreatta is an 8th grade U.S. History teacher at Cooley Middle School and has been an educator for the last 30 years. She is a graduate of Bethany Bible College and is expecting to receive her Master’s of Divinity in Spring 2021.
Holly spent most of her younger years growing up in Lincoln, CA and has served on the Lincoln City Council since 2018. Additionally, she is a minister with the Assemblies of God and serves on the pastoral staff of the Lincoln Christian Life Center.
She has been married to her husband Mark Andreatta for almost 30 years and, together, they have four children ages 18 to 26.
Being in education for 30 years, and her involvement with children and the family ministry, Holly has a heart for the well-being of our youth.
“Being a part of KidsFirst is a great opportunity to serve the children of Placer County,” says Holly. “It’s a great honor to serve on the board of directors.”