Hours: Monday – Friday,  8:30 AM- 5:00 PM
Address: 120 West 1300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84115

Phone: (801) 486-4877

Executive Leadership Team

The Executive Leadership Team meets weekly to deliberate on
the agency’s objectives, strategies, policies, and platforms that enable our staff’s success.

Our guiding tenant in our meetings is:  T. H. E.  P. E. O. P. L. E.

Alan Barlow, MS, MSHR

Navajo
Executive Director

Alan Barlow, MS, MSHR

With dual master’s degrees and over seventeen (17) years of AI/AN health and leadership experience in federal, tribal, and urban Indian health programs, Mr. Alan Barlow (Navajo/Diné), MS, MSHR, serves as UICSL’s Executive Director and exemplifies the notion that “culture” is not an abstract concept, but a source of everyday inspiration that drives service-line development and improvement.

Craig Sandoval, M.Ed.

Navajo / Hopi / Kewa
Director of Administrative Services

Craig Sandoval, M.Ed.

Kristina Groves, MSW, LCSW

Ute / Hopi
Interim Director of
Behavioral Health Services

Kristina Groves, MSW, LCSW

graduated from the University of Utah with a B.S. in Sociology and a Master of Social Work. She is a licensed clinical social worker and has worked at the Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake (UICSL) since 2008 as an intern, contractor and staff in both the Wellness and the Behavioral Health programs. Since fall 2019, she has been the Interim Director of b Behavioral Health Services.

Matt Poss, MHA, CHFP


Director of Finance Operations

Matt Poss, MHA, CHFP

has over 15 years’ experience working in the healthcare system, with eight of those a leadership/supervisorial capacity. He has worked with inpatient, long term acute care, inpatient acute rehab hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and outpatient clinics. Matt holds a Masters in Healthcare Administration and enjoys working collaboratively by making sure that's what done is best for the whole by utilizing analytics, logic, and experience.

Penelope Pinnecoose, BS

Ute / Shoshone / Arapaho
Interim Director of
Community Health Services

Penelope Pinnecoose, BS

has similarly served with UICSL for 14 years. She is now the Director of Community Health Services and the primary liaison to our AI/AN elders and families.

Ryan Ward, MPH


Director of Clinical Operations

Ryan Ward

has grown with UICSL over the last seven (7) years and currently serves as our Director of Clinical Operations. His focus is on expanding UICSL medical and clinical services such that all urban AI/ANs in Salt Lake have access to quality treatment services.

Dan Hampton, BS


Executive Coordinator

Dan Hampton, BS

has a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Utah. He serves as the Executive Coordinator and has been with the organization since January 2021. Dan loves to serve and bring joy to people from all communities while working with leadership to improve our organization and the world around us.

Eva Leyer, PHR


Human Resource Generalist

Eva Leyer, PHRP

has 11 years in the human resource field in various roles i.e., HR Coordinator, HR Generalist, HR Benefits & Payroll Specialist and HR Management. She graduated with Honors with a BS in Business Management in 2014 and went on to gain her PHR in human resources in 2020. Eva has worked in, for-profit organizations and the non-profit sector of community health. Loves inspirational quotes e.g.: “Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.”

Krystle

Navajo
Business Office Manager

Krystle Seschillie

Ralyn Montoya, BS

Navajo
Public Relations & Marketing Specialist

Ralyn Montoya, BS

has a Health Promotion and Education, Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Utah with an emphasis in Community Health. She serves as the Public Relations and Marketing Specialist and has been with the organization since February 2020. Ralyn is passionate about ‘Serving The People’ and making impactful changes to her community while building relationships.

Rochelle Moore, M.A., LCMHC

Yucatec Mayan
QAPI & Accreditation Coordinator

Rochelle Moore, M.A., LCMHC

is a licensed mental health counselor in Washington and Utah. She brings over 15 years of experience in the non-profit housing sector, mental health courts and healthcare systems. Rochelle is a Utah Mental Health Counselors Association member and a Legislative and Public Policy Committee member. Rochelle received her undergraduate degree from University of Utah and her Master’s degree from Antioch University – Seattle. She lives in Utah and enjoys climbing and hiking with her dog, Chip.