Community Health & Wellness

Meet the Community Health Team

Caring for Our Community

Our team 

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Tameka Alexander Community Benefit Manager

Brooke is the Program Manager for the Alzheimer’s Association for the Central and Western VA Chapters. She is passionate about connecting individuals and teams to break down barriers and improve access to resources.

She has extensive experience in human services, senior health and higher education, including previous roles at the United Way of Roanoke Valley and Ferrum College.

Setour Dillard Intergrated Care Manager

Setour Dillard, RN cares about people and wants to make a difference in the world. She was born and raised in Orange County, Virginia.  Setour knew she was destined to become a nurse and believes it is her calling. She was born into this world by her great-great grandmother Estelle White who was a Midwife.

After graduating from PVCC as an RN, she joined Martha Jefferson Hospital in 1983 at the old MJH location and worked on Rucker 5/South 7 a Medical/Surgical unit. Several years later she became the Nurse Manager of South 7. Eventually cancer care was added to South 7. Cancer care became a specialty area for her, and she obtained her specialty certification as an Oncology Certified Nurse (OCN). Working in cancer care became a passion within her nursing career. In 2011 she had the privilege of helping to successfully and safely move her staff and patients during the move to the new hospital on Pantops. In 2013 she proudly obtained her BSN degree from Old Dominion University.

After a cancer diagnosis in 2016, she wanted to focus on family and healthy living. This led her to join the Community Health team in 2019. She has grown to love this part of nursing care also, while helping the community to learn about healthy living. Living your best life is her motto now.

Her mission has always been to provide excellent nursing care and treating people as if they were her own family. Nursing has been her passion and calling during her nursing journey, as she completes 40 years of service this year at Sentara MJH.

Diana Webb Community Engagement Coordinator

Diana Webb is passionate about supporting communities getting healthier in ways that works for them. As a Charlottesville native she volunteered at Martha Jefferson Hospital in high school. She was drawn to volunteer at MJH because of The Caring Tradition and the dedication the team showed every patient. While volunteering she realized that while she enjoyed working in the hospital setting, she wanted to help people stay out of the hospital when possible. After graduating James Madison University with a degree in Health Sciences with a concentration in Public Health Education and a minor in Substance Abuse Prevention, she sought after a workplace as caring as SMJH. Luckily this brought her back to SMJH as a Community Health Educator. In 2023 she finished her master's degree in organizational leadership from Eastern Mennonite University and transitioned into the role of Community Engagement Coordinator. 

In her free time, she enjoys reading books and taking care of her plants. 

Anrechio "Rico" Hearns Community Health Worker

Anrechio "Rico" Hearns, Community Health Worker, has always had a passion to help others. He was born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia. Rico graduated from Monticello High School in 2005. He has a background in serving our community in many volunteer-led projects. Most recent experience was with Wartime Fitness advocating for a safer community “Gloves Up, Guns Down”. Prior to that he was a part of Happy Saturday’s, which was a group of volunteers that traveled to Westhaven and other Charlottesville neighborhoods to deliver free Happy Meals and ice cream to children in the neighborhood. Last, but not least Rico is the CEO & Founder of Sweet Lick Entertainment. Sweet Lick Entertainment is a promotional label that promotes concerts and community events throughout Virginia. When it comes to making connections in the community Rico knows what it takes. He’s been clients with other organizations and now with his new role will be partnering with some of those same organizations to help better the clients and the community.

Connect with us

Send us an email to connect: smjh_community@sentara.com