Board of Directors
Denise Lupton, Housing Specialist (President)
Denise joined OnTrack’s board in 2020, bringing a wealth of knowledge from her work as a HUD-certified housing counselor and from her own personal experience. Denise is excited about the work, believes strongly in OnTrack’s mission, and states she is happiest when engaged in philanthropic activities that serve the community. In addition to serving on the board of OnTrack, Denise also serves as a mentor for Rogue Valley Mentoring. Denise has worked at ACCESS since 2019 and recently moved into a Housing Supervisor role. Prior to joining the nonprofit sector, Denise worked at REMAX for 12 years. Denise is the mother of three grown children and identifies as a person with lived experience. Her expertise in housing, work with ACCESS, dedication to OnTrack’s mission, and her own personal journey make her a perfect fit for the board of directors.
Jim Maize, Land Use Planner (Past-President)
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.
Tricia Prendergast, Executive Administration and Leadership (Past-President)
Tricia has lived in the beautiful Rogue Valley since 1972, having raised her three wonderful, now-grown children here. Her extensive volunteer activities include 16 years on the Medford school board, during which she co-chaired two successful bond campaigns to build Abraham Elementary School and the new South Medford High School, as well as numerous other district facility improvements. Tricia is now retired, although she still enjoys her lifelong practice of yoga, teaching six Anusara yoga classes per week at the Rogue Valley Family YMCA. She and her husband enjoy traveling and visiting their four children and five grandchildren across the country. She also enjoys hiking, biking, and river rafting. She is learning to draw and paint watercolor, and hopes to write and illustrate her own children’s books.
Trevor Arnold, Medford Police Dept., Deputy Chief of Police
Trevor is a Medford native, born and raised. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration Management from Southern Oregon University in 2002. He spent one year studying abroad at the Universidad de Guanajuato in Guanajuato, Mexico. Trevor is married to his high school sweetheart and the proud father of two children. Trevor started his career with the Medford Police Department as a Community Service Officer in 1998. He has held many positions within MPD over the years to include Drug Detection K9 Handler, Field Training Officer, Spanish Interpreter and Drug Recognition Expert. Currently Trevor holds the rank of Deputy Chief of Police. He serves on the Oregon Safe Routes to School Advisory Committee and is involved with several local service organizations.
Athena Goldberg, Mental Health Provider
Jeremy Hubbard, Founder - Liminal Justice Consulting
Jeremy worked for Jackson County Community Justice for 15 years as a Sr. Deputy Parole and Probation Officer before founding his company Liminal Justice Consulting. He provides training to criminal justice agencies and Medication Assisted Treatment providers on various subjects, including case management practices, behavioral change interventions, criminogenic needs, evidence-based practices, and working with justice-involved individuals. Jeremy provides program design and quality assurance for forensic programs in community justice and Medication Assisted Treatment Settings, and develops and coordinates community partnerships between criminal justice agencies, Medication Assisted Treatment providers, and the community at large. Jeremy holds a Master's in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati, and a B.A. in Communications from Southern Oregon University. He has received the Jackson County Community Justice Directors Award, a Community Service Award from the Medford School District and multiple awards from the Jackson County Council Against Domestic & Sexual Violence.
Bryan Sohl, M.D.
Dr. Sohl served as OnTrack’s medical director from 2017 to 2020 and is now joining the board of directors. He is a board-certified OB/GYN with a specialty in high-risk obstetrics. His long career in the Rogue Valley began in 1988 and he has assisted in serving clients at OnTrack’s HOME Program since that time. Dr. Sohl worked as a maternal fetal medicine physician at Asante Physician Partners and Asante Rogue Valley Medical Center from 1998 until his retirement in 2017. He also served as clinical assistant professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Oregon Health Sciences University from 2002 to 2017. During his career, Dr. Sohl has also been the medical director for Jackson County Public Health (Women’s Health), Planned Parenthood of Southern Oregon, and the Southern Oregon Midwifery Center. From 2000-07, under the appointment of Gov. John Kitzhaber, Dr. Sohl served on the Oregon Health Services Commission in Salem. He is also passionate about environmental and conservation issues, and serves on the board of WaterWatch of Oregon and is a member of the City of Ashland Conservation Commission.
Holly Elder Wade, RN
Holly is excited to be part of an organization that provides recovery programs for the Rogue Valley Community. In her 20-year career as an RN, Holly has been a high-risk labor and delivery nurse for 17 years, most of that time at Sutter Medical Center Sacramento delivering 500-600 babies a month.
Since relocating to the Rogue Valley, Holly has worked with Asante Ashland Community Hospital in the Birthing Center, and with Mercy Flights. Currently she is with Providence Medford Medical Center in the perioperative department, admitting patients having surgery and recovering those that go home.
Holly has a passion for helping those with substance use disorders (SUD) and helping to change their lives. She is on the Pain Management Steering Committee at Providence Medford Medical Center. She takes the opportunity to share her knowledge of the opiate epidemic and how health care providers can reduce the risks of addiction and help patients with SUD. She provides education to every patient prescribed post-operative pain medication, explaining the risks and benefits and alternatives for non-narcotic pain relief.
Holly’s interest in the opiate epidemic is a result of the death of her oldest son from opiate overdose. She is grateful for the opportunity to honor her son and help those suffering with SUD.