Board of Directors

David P.A. Seulean, Attorney (President)
David has served on the OnTrack Rogue Valley board since 2002. He is a 1979 summa cum laude graduate of Anderson University, and a 1984 graduate of Indiana University's School of Law. David is an attorney who primarily practices estate planning, and is past-Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Oregon State Bar’s Estate Planning and Administration section. He is also past-President of both the Southern Oregon Estate Planning Council and Jackson County Bar Association. David formerly worked for the U.S. Bank Trust Department, ending his service there as manager of the Medford Trust Department. He has served on the boards of several non-profits, including the Carpenter Foundation and Jackson County Family Consortium. He is married, has three children and enjoys sailing with his family.

Ranae Womack, RN, PhD (Vice-President)
Dr. Womack became an OnTrack Rogue Valley board member in 2012. In 2009, she moved to Oregon from Minnesota, where she was a professor of nursing and academic dean in the Minnesota State University system. She is currently a faculty member at Oregon Health & Science University, Ashland College of Nursing. Dr. Womack’s background includes public health nursing, higher education administration, chemical dependency counseling and grant project development and management. As a researcher, she published studies related to Native American health and nursing leadership. She has served on numerous community and foundation boards as well as state task forces. She believes that providing care and compassion for those experiencing addiction is vital, and that high-quality care should be available to all who need it.

Jim Maize, Land Use Planner (Treasurer)
Jim joined the OnTrack Rogue Valley board in 2009 with a strong desire to support the organizational mission, which provides an extremely important lifeline to individuals, families and the community. A native Oregonian, Jim has lived on the West Coast throughout his life, except for four years at the University of Colorado, where he earned a degree in political science. He moved to Medford in 1976 to start a small landscape company, and had a 17-year career working for the City of Medford in the Planning Department. In 2006, he began his own land use consulting business. Jim is the father of three children and six grandchildren, all of whom live in Medford, except for a son living in NYC.

Joan T. Middendorff, Realtor (retired) (Secretary)
Joan is a retired realtor with 26 years of real estate experience. She has been an OnTrack Rogue Valley board member since 2012, and is vice-president of the board's housing committee. Joan serves OnTrack because of her desire to be part of a dynamic organization dedicated to helping people change their lives. She also serves as a Commissioner on the Housing Authority of Jackson County, and is a former Medford Parks and Development Commission member. She is on the Pear Blossom Festival Association Board, and chairs the Jackson County Board of Property Tax Appeals. She is a member of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, serves as a Torchbearer Gamma Chapter President, and is past-President of Rogue Valley Community Development CDC. Joan holds a Mediation Certificate through SOU. She is the mother of two sons, two granddaughters and one great-granddaughter.

Jacqueline Amato, M.D., P.C.
Dr. Amato is a private practice psychiatrist who is board certified in both adult and child psychiatry. She began serving on the OnTrack Rogue Valley board in January 2018. She graduated from University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine in 1994. Dr. Amato did her child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. After practicing at the Peace Health Medical Group for nine years, she moved to Medford in 1999. She now has three offices where she treats patients - Medford, Grants Pass, and Florence. Dr. Amato inspires others to live healthy, active lives and leads by example. She is very active and enjoys long walks with her three dogs, rowing, spinning, and swimming.

Denise Kesti Ewing, R.N.
Denise is an R.N. and healthcare interior designer. She previously served on the OnTrack Rogue Valley board from 1996 to 2010 and rejoined in February 2017. A Rogue Valley resident for 25 years, she is active in substance abuse issues with a focus on addicted pregnant mothers and families. For 17 years, Denise was a Neonatal ICU/emergency transport at Texas Children’s Hospital and Stanford University Hospital. More recently she has been a business owner and administrator for a home care agency with an emphasis on home health, hospice and geriatric care. From 1995 to 2008, Denise has been a healthcare design business owner, with many outstanding design projects throughout the Rogue Valley, including the development of an award-winning senior retirement community in Ashland.

Tom Hilton, Recreation Superintendent, City of Medford (retired)
Tom has served the OnTrack Rogue Valley board since 1986, and is a past-President of the organization. He joined the board to be a part of the good work OnTrack does to help individuals and families in recovery, and in-part inspired by his own personal experience with an alcoholic father. Tom’s career began in recreation as a YMCA Director in Greater Richmond, Virginia, and Boulder, Colorado. He moved to Medford in 1977 to work as a Health and Fitness Director for the Medford YMCA. During his 23-year career with City of Medford Parks & Recreation Department, he served as Recreation Superintendent, Parks Superintendent, and more than a year as interim director before retiring in 2004. His hobbies include a love of classic cars, fishing, hunting, and snow skiing. He has served as volunteer committee member with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation since 1998, and a volunteer ski host at Mt. Ashland since the 1990s. He currently serves on the Jackson County Parks Advisory Committee.

Barbara Jarvis, Attorney
Barbara joined the OnTrack Rogue Valley board in 1991. By volunteering in a women’s prison in the 1980s, Barbara gained first-hand experience as the only lawyer working specifically with female clients who were incarcerated, many due to alcohol. After moving to the Rogue Valley, it was a natural transition to support the recovery community, and she has served as a volunteer lawyer for over 10 years for clients needing legal services. She earned an award from the Oregon State Bar for her pro bono representation. Barbara is a founding member and President of the Board of Directors of "Ashland at Home", an organization that helps aging Ashland and Talent area residents stay safely in their homes and engaged in their communities. She has been a member of the Governor's Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, and the American Bar Association’s Drunk Driving Commission. She formerly served as a Board Member of Community Organization for Drug Abuse, Mental Health and Alcoholism Services, Inc. in Arizona, and is a ProTem Judge for Ashland Municipal Court. She was awarded for her community service to the Rogue Valley League of Women Voters in 1994, and received the James M. Raglan Volunteer Spirit Community Service Award in 1996.

Pat Kauffman, B.S.N., Certified Rehab Specialist, Licensed Health Administrator
Raised in Eugene, Oregon, Pat Kauffman earned her associate's degree in nursing at Sacred Heart Hospital, and was employed as an acute and critical care nurse early in her career in both Eugene and central Oregon. She moved to Medford in 1982 with her husband and two daughters after obtaining a Nursing Home Administrator’s license, and earned her B.S. in Nursing through Southern Oregon University. In 1986, Pat was recruited as the Director of Nursing/Health Care Administrator for Rogue Valley Manor in Medford and rose to Assistant Executive Director after developing a Home Health Agency for Rogue Valley Manor. She was appointed Executive Vice-President of Health and Associated Services for Pacific Retirement Services, where she administered all aspects of health care retirement communities in multiple states, including state and federal licensing. Pat retired from PRS in 2006 after 20 years of service and currently serves on the board of PRS’s Community Housing, which provides low-income housing for seniors in several states. As adjunct faculty at SOU, Pat was also involved in bringing the Oregon Health & Science University's nursing program to the Rogue Valley.

Rick Nagel, C.P.A.
Bio coming soon.

Neil Smith, Owner, Airscape Fans
Bio coming soon.

Trisha Vaughn, MSN, Certified Nurse Midwife
Trisha joined the OnTrack Rogue Valley board in 2017. She moved to the Rogue Valley in 2013 from San Diego where she was practicing as a full-scope midwife for a community health service organization. Trisha has served as the Director of Women’s Health Services for the Rogue Community Health Center. She is now practicing as a certified nurse midwife, providing health and obstetrical services to women in a rural setting who struggle with addiction, high-risk pregnancies and elevated social determinants of health.

Trisha holds a bachelor's, master's and doctorate in nursing as well as a certificate in midwifery from the University of Colorado Health Sciences program. Trisha also holds undergraduate degrees from Indiana University in fine arts and journalism. She was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa in 2003 and received the Nursing Leadership Award for Excellence in 2004. She is a 200-hour Hatha Yoga instructor and is a certified Khalsa Way prenatal yoga teacher. Trisha has a passion for women’s health and working with the under-served. Her desire to see positive change in the lives of women and children has brought her to OnTrack Rogue Valley.