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Sue Roe



Tucson, Arizona 


For over 25 years, Sue has been the Principal and Senior Practice Consultant for The Roe Group Enterprises, LLC.  Emphasis is on strategic positioning; performance excellence, competency, and mastery learning systems and processes; impact assessment; program and process evaluation; comprehensive needs assessment and feasibility studies; academic affairs and administration; accreditation; program/curriculum design and development; workforce development; and, grant writing. She was the founder and executive director of a consortium focused on integrative healthcare and for many years served as the Arizona Chapter Leader for the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA). Present and past publications include textbooks, guidebooks, handbooks, and articles. She co-authored Life by Personal Design: Realizing your Dream and authored the textbook, The Nursing Assistant: Essentials of Holistic Care. Sue has her doctorate in health policy and administration and a masters and bachelor's degree in nursing. 

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Frank Russo


Vice President 

Asheville, North Carolina

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Frank is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) since 1995 from Columbia University in New York City and is a classically trained homeopath certified by the Council for Homeopathic Certification. He completed a 2-year and 3-year course at the International Academy of Classical Homeopathy in Alonissos, Greece. During that time, he became the editor of their e-learning course and also a contributing editor of the second edition of George Vithoulkas’ Levels of Health. He was trained as a classical musician and received a Masters of Music in Composition at The Juilliard School and continues to compose music. Frank continues to practice as an FNP providing psychiatric care and medication management while opening a homeopathic practice. He lives with his spouse and 4 cats in Asheville, North Carolina.

Linda Gibson 



Cottontown, Tennessee


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Linda has over 40 years of experience as a registered nurse working in such systems as the VA and has also provided care as a nurse practitioner. Her more recent contributions to nursing has been in education as both a leader and faculty member. Linda is currently an Associate Professor for Abilene Christian University in their online DNP program. As a lifelong learner she is also in her second year of Homeopathy education at the Nashville School of Homeopathy.  Linda received her doctor of nursing practice and has a masters and bachelor's degree in nursing. 

Lauren Fox


Board Member 

(Professional Development)

Florence, Massachusets

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Lauren is a board-certified family nurse practitioner and classical homeopath. She is credentialed by the Council for Homeopathic Certification (CCH). Lauren has been in solo and group practice for almost four decades and was a community home-birth midwife for over 25 years. In 2011, Lauren became an educator and then clinical director for the non-profit organization, Homeopaths Without Borders. As the clinical director, she developed two curricula to teach fundamentals of Homeopathy to licensed medical professionals and midwives. Lauren is also a guest lecturer and workshop leader for numerous professional organizations. Along with two other physicians, she developed, and taught a course on introductory Homeopathy for doctors and nurses in the Boston area, sponsored by Northeastern University. Lauren's vast experience in conventional and homeopathic medicine allows her to truly integrate both knowledge and practice.

Tracey Duncan 


Interim Board Member


Greenville, South Carolina 


Tracey’s healthcare career began in 1994 as a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) in the ICU and ER. She graduated in 2014 with her BSN and practiced as a Registered Nurse in the Emergency Room. More recently she provides care in Home Infusion and Home Hospice.  Because of her experience as an RRT, she worked for two years during the COVID Pandemic in that capacity and then returned to her RN role. Tracey’s journey into homeopathy began when she saw its healing benefit for her pets. She graduated from the Homeopathy School International in 2022 and passed her CHC exam in 2023. She has a private homeopathy practice in Greenville, South Carolina and also sees patients virtually.  Tracey was the recipient of HNA’s Advancing Nursing Leadership in Homeopathy Grant in 2023. She is a member of the Council for Homeopathic Certification, National Center for Homeopathy, North American Society for Homeopaths, Friends of the Pharmacopeia, and Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States. Prior to her career in healthcare, Tracey obtained a degree in Aviation and has her Commercial Pilot’s License with Instrument and Multi-Engine Ratings. In her leisure time, Tracey enjoys hiking with her rescue dogs in the foothills and mountains of the Carolinas.

HNA was founded in 1985 by a group of nurses with a vision that nurses are a vital force in homeopathy. Through their ongoing dedication and outreach, HNA has become the leading organization to represent and support nurse homeopaths globally.

Christina Cartin


Membership Secretary

Tyler, Texas  

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Christina is a native Texan who has been in the nursing profession for over twenty years.  She began her nursing career as a Registered Nurse and decided quickly to pursue a master's degree.  She attended Northeastern University and received a Master of Science and began work as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA).  Ten years working as a CRNA flew by and she began to search for new career paths.  During this time, she worked in non-profit and enjoyed the experience as the director of a pregnancy center, ran conferences and assisted the dean of a local high school, all while maintaining her CRNA license working per diem. These opportunities allowed for much personal and professional growth. About four years ago she learned about homoeopathy.  Healing through homeopathy really made sense and she began school to train to be a classical homeopath. Searching for a community with like-minded nurses who wanted to help people heal from the inside out, she found the HNA.  Each month she enjoys the educational opportunities and has even benefited from the generosity of the members when she received a scholarship. In 2022, Christina finished her studies at the School of Health in England, passed her Boards through the Council of Homeopathic Certification and decided to give back to the organization who is been so helpful to her. She is excited to work as the Membership Secretary for the HNA and encourage new members to discover what she has in an accomplished group of homeopathic nurses.  

Margareta Richardson

RN, PG.Hom (UK), CCH

Newsletter Secretary

Cary, North Carolina 


Margareta graduated in Nursing 1993, Magna cum laude. She worked as a staff nurse specializing in wound care, and as a restorative nursing manager. She is a homeopathic graduate from the HASC, (Homeopathic Academy of Southern California) Carlsbad, School of Homeopathy.  She has a diploma from the CEDH (Center for Education & Development of Clinical Homeopathy) school of homeopathy, LA.  She has travelled to India twice for post graduate studies in homeopathy. Once with the Bengal Allen Institute, attending clinics in the slum of Kolkata, (For which institute she is now the west coast, on line, coordinator for their 12 weekend/over 2+ years, post graduate course.) Last year she also traveled to Kerala for 6 weeks, attending daily clinical sessions at Dr Jose Isaac’s private clinic. When first starting out as a homeopath she worked with NMD., Dana Churchill in LA, but she is currently in private practice. In 2014 she finished up and received the designation CCH, from the CHC (Center for Homeopathic Certification). 

Suzanne Scheller


Board Member 

(Education Liaison)

Houston, Texas

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Suzanne has been a nurse for over 30 yrs working in the area of pediatrics. Her contributions to nursing have been in nursing administration and home health. Presently she is an Associate Clinical Professor in the undergraduate nursing program at Texas Woman’s University. Her love and awe of homeopathy began when she started having a family. Being immersed in study and meeting amazing homeopath mentors along her journey allowed for her present endeavors of leading a homeopathic study group in Houston and being a board member of the Texas Society of Homeopathy. She recently finished a 3 year professional homeopathic training program with The Falkner School for Homeopathy. 

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