Our Board of Directors

  Molly Brett, Secretary   Molly Brett is the Parent-Child teacher at Kimberton Waldorf School, a certified Yoga/Pilates instructor and mother of three.  She enjoys seasonal crafts, singing with her children and cooking healthy food for her family. She believes strongly that health care should consider the whole person and enjoys Dr. Greer’s and Dr. Knauf's holistic approaches to care. She is excited to be a part of Carah and its innovative, community-centered model towards wellness for all. 

Molly Brett, Secretary

Molly Brett is the Parent-Child teacher at Kimberton Waldorf School, a certified Yoga/Pilates instructor and mother of three.  She enjoys seasonal crafts, singing with her children and cooking healthy food for her family. She believes strongly that health care should consider the whole person and enjoys Dr. Greer’s and Dr. Knauf's holistic approaches to care. She is excited to be a part of Carah and its innovative, community-centered model towards wellness for all. 

  Sue Clee   Sue Clee RN, BSN, AN has been living and working in Camphill Village Kimberton Hills since 1994. After many years of informal study she began an Anthroposophic Nurse training in 2010 and is a board member of NAANA (North American Anthroposophic Nursing Association). She provides nursing care, Rhythmical Einreibung, Oil Dispersion Baths and compresses to village residents and to those referred from outside the community. She is an enthusiastic supporter of Carah Medical Arts because it is a juicy green patch of garden in an otherwise desolate landscape of what we call health care in the USA.

Sue Clee

Sue Clee RN, BSN, AN has been living and working in Camphill Village Kimberton Hills since 1994. After many years of informal study she began an Anthroposophic Nurse training in 2010 and is a board member of NAANA (North American Anthroposophic Nursing Association). She provides nursing care, Rhythmical Einreibung, Oil Dispersion Baths and compresses to village residents and to those referred from outside the community. She is an enthusiastic supporter of Carah Medical Arts because it is a juicy green patch of garden in an otherwise desolate landscape of what we call health care in the USA.

 
  Jan Goeschel, President   Jan Christopher Goeschel, PhD, is the President of the Camphill Academy, the umbrella organization for professional education and research of the Camphill Movement in North America. He is also the Managing Director and a Member of the Leadership Team of the International Curative Education and Social Therapy Council, the worldwide network of anthroposophic organizations in the field of disabilities and social care. He holds a doctorate in special needs education and rehabilitation sciences from the University of Cologne (Germany). He believes that the community-supported model of Carah Medical Arts will serve as a prototype for a new way of making good primary healthcare available through a community of solidarity and mutual support. The community-supported model has the potential to free the practice of medicine from the constraints imposed by the current insurance-based health care system. This allows the medical and therapeutic work itself to deepen and develop further within a context of genuine human relationships.

Jan Goeschel, President

Jan Christopher Goeschel, PhD, is the President of the Camphill Academy, the umbrella organization for professional education and research of the Camphill Movement in North America. He is also the Managing Director and a Member of the Leadership Team of the International Curative Education and Social Therapy Council, the worldwide network of anthroposophic organizations in the field of disabilities and social care. He holds a doctorate in special needs education and rehabilitation sciences from the University of Cologne (Germany). He believes that the community-supported model of Carah Medical Arts will serve as a prototype for a new way of making good primary healthcare available through a community of solidarity and mutual support. The community-supported model has the potential to free the practice of medicine from the constraints imposed by the current insurance-based health care system. This allows the medical and therapeutic work itself to deepen and develop further within a context of genuine human relationships.

  Nora Minassian   Nora Minassian was born in Syria to an Armenian family. She studied in California and received her B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering and her M.A. in Counseling Psychology. She is trained as a Waldorf teacher. She did her seminary training in Chicago and Stuttgart with practicum in Berlin and South Africa. She was ordained in Berlin in 2009 and now serves The Christian Community in Pennsylvania. She teaches regularly in The Christian Community Seminary and in Camphill Academy. She is a member of the Phoenixville Clergy Association and a volunteer in PARI - Phoenixville Area Refugee Initiative. Nora sees that the health system that is available for young and for old in our times is founded on knowledge of the human physical body which is limited by the bounds of the matter. She believes that we do however have a possibility to learn about the whole human being through Spiritual Science not only as a physical being but also as one with soul and spirit. This learning is based on a living and unlimited sea of knowledge. Anthroposophical Medicine is based on striving to understanding the healing of the human being in his wholeness. Carah Medical Arts is forming to bring healing with this understanding of the human being.

Nora Minassian

Nora Minassian was born in Syria to an Armenian family. She studied in California and received her B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering and her M.A. in Counseling Psychology. She is trained as a Waldorf teacher. She did her seminary training in Chicago and Stuttgart with practicum in Berlin and South Africa. She was ordained in Berlin in 2009 and now serves The Christian Community in Pennsylvania. She teaches regularly in The Christian Community Seminary and in Camphill Academy. She is a member of the Phoenixville Clergy Association and a volunteer in PARI - Phoenixville Area Refugee Initiative. Nora sees that the health system that is available for young and for old in our times is founded on knowledge of the human physical body which is limited by the bounds of the matter. She believes that we do however have a possibility to learn about the whole human being through Spiritual Science not only as a physical being but also as one with soul and spirit. This learning is based on a living and unlimited sea of knowledge. Anthroposophical Medicine is based on striving to understanding the healing of the human being in his wholeness. Carah Medical Arts is forming to bring healing with this understanding of the human being.