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Travis Twilbeck Vigilant Health

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Lori Young, FNP-C, BC-ADM

Lori Young Vigilant Health

Lori Young is an experienced Nurse Practitioner and manages the high quality of services provided to Vigilant Health patients. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from Mississippi College and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson. She holds board certification in Family Nurse Practitioner from the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and is board-certified in Advanced Diabetes Management.

Autumn Myhand

Vigilant Health Autumn Myhand

Autumn Myhand serves as the Director of Project Management for Vigilant Heath. She is a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator with more than two decades of experience. She leads all components of Employee Health Management Programs and onboards educators and providers to deliver care plans.

Her previous experience includes providing diabetes education for adults and children in a clinic setting and in industry. She is a frequent lecturer for patient and professional conferences in the diabetes community. Myhand has an extensive background in training and managing patients on insulin pumps and supporting providers with insulin pump therapy and continuous glucose monitoring. She has also worked in the university wellness space developing campus programs and delivering nutritional care. Myhand received her BS degree in dietetics from Nicholls State University and has been a Certified Diabetes Educator since 2003.

Stephanie Clarke

Stephanie Clarke Vigilant Health

Stephanie Clarke, Vice President Vigilant Health and of Mississippi Communities Health Advisers, is a seasoned business development executive offering over 20 years of commitment to managing the client experience. She has successfully implemented employee wellness, occupational health, and safety programs for hundreds of employer groups across the Southeastern U.S. She is an expert in managing and developing mutually beneficial relationships between providers and employers.

Ms. Clarke holds certifications as a Certified Sales Professional (CSP) and a Certified Self-Insured Workers’ Comp Professional (CSIWCP). She is a graduate of the Leadership of Mississippi program. Ms. Clarke is also a member of the Mississippi Economic Development Council, Mississippi Business Group on Health, Mississippi Association of Self-Insurers, and the Professional Women’s Association. Ms. Clarke received her Bachelor of Science degree in Social Rehabilitation from The University of Southern Mississippi.


Steve Bethel

Steve Bethel Vigilant Health

Steve Bethel serves as Vice President, Development of Vigilant Health and as President of Mississippi Communities Health Advisers. Prior to joining Vigilant, Mr. Bethel was the President and CEO of Angel Eye Camera Systems which provides real-time video and audio interaction between patients, family members and caregivers in acute intensive care units. He was part of the founding management team that helped commercialize this proprietary technology from the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences deployed in over 65 hospitals in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Mr. Bethel has also served in leadership and operating roles in several health care services companies in the ambulatory surgery and clinical trials industries. He has an extensive background in business development in the health care services sector and commercial and investment banking. He has held senior account roles at Citibank NA and was a Senior Vice President at Stephens Inc. in Little Rock. Mr. Bethel holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Southern Methodist University and an MBA from Cornell University.

Laura Nail, C-FNP

Vigilant Health Laura Nail

Laura Nail is Vice President, Program Development. She is a board-certified family nurse practitioner with nearly two decades of nursing experience. Her background includes family practice, cardiology, and chronic pain management. Since joining Vigilant Health in 2015, Ms. Nail has been named the Vice President of Clinical Operations and has helped develop the Nurse Practitioner Navigator role, a role specific and central to the success of the company. The Nurse Practitioner Navigator provides high-quality care as well as direct communication to patients regarding their health and navigation of the health care system. This combination of open communication and outstanding care has been proven to enhance overall health of the patient and decrease health care costs to the client. Ms. Nail’s role is to ensure standardization of practice through training and building close relationships with the Nurse Practitioner Navigator at each location.

Ms. Nail received her BSN from Mississippi College and MSN from University of South Alabama. She enjoys endurance sports and has completed four full marathons and multiple triathlons over the years, including four half ironman distance triathlons.

Annette Low, MD

Dr. Annette Low, MD, is an internal medicine specialist in Flowood, MS, and has 35 years of experience in the medical field. She graduated from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Paul Boykin

Vigilant Health Paul Boykin

Paul Boykin is the Chief Information Officer of Vigilant Health and joined the company at its founding. Mr. Boykin is the author of Vigilant Health’s core “operating system” software and IT support for the multi-clinic organization. In this role, he developed and implemented a web-based application (ASP .NET, MySQL, jQuery, JavaScript) to integrate electronic health records (EHR), practice management software (PM), medical claims, and operations data into a streamlined decision support tool.

Prior to joining Vigilant Health, he served as Director of Information Systems for Diabetes Care Group, a predecessor of Vigilant Health. Before Diabetes Care Group, he was Process Engineering Manager for Diversified Technology, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of embedded computer systems. During his 16 years with Diversified Technology, Mr. Boykin utilized web-based and local application architectures to develop shop-floor control and data analysis systems to support continuous process improvement. In addition, he served various roles in manufacturing and manufacturing engineering, including managing capital expenditure projects, new product introductions, and an electronics repair lab. Mr. Boykin received his BS in Industrial Engineering from Mississippi State University.

Gre’Juana Dennis


Gre’Juana “G” Dennis is the Chief Strategy and Development Officer of Vigilant Health. From 2014 through 2019, Ms. Dennis was the Chief Innovation Officer at Baptist Health. She was responsible for developing and implementing more than half a dozen highly successful joint ventures and other transformative projects including department reorganizations and technology. She continues to act as a consultant to the organization. Her current responsibilities for Baptist Health include developing and leading regular monthly strategic planning sessions for the executive officers. She also serves as a member of the crisis management team developing the Baptist Health response to the COVID-19 pandemic and has represented Baptist Health on the Arkansas Governor’s COVID-19 task force.

She previously co-founded and operated a successful health care educational content company; its assets and intellectual property were sold to CHI St. Vincent and Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Ms. Dennis holds a Master of Management and Business Administration from Northwestern University’s JL Kellogg Graduate School of Management. She graduated from Pomona College with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Economics where she was a two-sport athlete and all conference in both basketball and track. She is a strategic adviser and member of the executive committee at Baptist Health Little Rock; an Industry Fellow for Innovate Arkansas, a state-funded initiative that helps scale promising Arkansas technology ventures; and an adviser to Madison Dearborn Partners.

David Coppeans

David Coppeans Vigilant Health

David Coppeans (Chopper) is Chief Operating Officer and joined Vigilant Health in 2021. From 2019 through 2021, David led Amedisys’ personal care line of business servicing 9,750 clients and over 2.4 million hours annually in Massachusetts, Tennessee, and Florida as well as built out strategic and innovation initiatives including its personal care network and value-based programming. Prior to Amedisys, Mr. Coppeans co-founded and joined Contessa Health, a leader in hospital-at-home programming, as Chief Operating Officer in 2015.

Prior to Contessa Health, Mr. Coppeans acquired and joined Aid & Assist at Home as the Chief Financial Officer in 2010. Under his ownership, Aid & Assist expanded to become a statewide provider of homecare in Tennessee with nine offices and over 1,000 home health aides servicing all 95 counties in the state before its sale to Addus Healthcare (NASDAQ: ADUS) in 2014. Prior to Aid & Assist, David was a Vice President in Avondale Partner’s investment banking group. David focused on executing mergers and acquisitions and strategic advisory services for health care services clients. During his investment banking career, he completed transactions having an aggregate value of more than $3.0 billion. David received both his Bachelor of Science and MBA from Vanderbilt University.