The DaVita SOURCE Team
Prior to joining DaVita SOURCE, Tammy was part of the DaVita Clinical Research® (DCR) team. In her first three years, she provided support to the Phase I clinical research operations. In 2001, she helped start the Site Management Organization, a national division of DCR, where she successfully launched Phase III and IV clinical trials with industry-leading biotechnology companies. She was responsible for the oversight of all clinical research trials conducted nationally within DaVita in more than 100 locations. She leveraged internal and external relationships along with strategic planning to promote growth of the organization.
She is married with one son and two dogs. Her hobbies include gardening, running, biking, Vikings football, photography and reading. Tammy’s office is located in Lindstrom, Minn., where she also resides.
Amy Sabin Barrow
Amy and her husband Scott welcomed their first child, Henry Emmett, in 2012. They are both active in the theatre community and make frequent trips back to their former home in New York City where they are board members for an arts-in-education theater company. Amy’s office is based in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.
Prior to DaVita SOURCE Melissa worked for DaVita Clinical Research (DCR) and the Site Management Organization (SMO) division as the regulatory affairs coordinator. She helped increase revenue for two consecutive years, and she assisted in the site placement and management for all clinical trials conducted in more than 100 DaVita locations. She also provided and supervised trial documents, certifications for research staff, Sponsor and IRB, to ensure that all trials met federal and international requirements for medical research. In addition, she was the administrator for DCR’s internal corporate grant program.
Her office is located in Lindstrom, Minnesota. She is a proud mother of one, and an avid lover of music and photography.
Before joining SOURCE, Carrie worked ten years as the Director of Recruitment for a non-profit hospital association/network. She provided medical provider recruitment support to the 52 member hospitals. Carrie provided support services and consultation in recruitment marketing, candidate sourcing, immigration, loan repayment, health professional shortage areas, rural recruitment, recruitment trends, contracts, on boarding and retention. She also has five years of health system experience providing full cycle recruitment and retention for the health system and 100 employed medical providers. She graduated from University of Arkansas in 1997 with a degree Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing. She holds her FASPR recruiter certification designation with the Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (ASPR).
When not working, Carrie spends her time with her husband, three children, and their dog Sparky. She is also active in her hometown serving as a Village Board Trustee, 4th of July Committee member, PTO member, child mentor, and community historical committee member. Carrie is a past President, Vice President, and Conference Committee Chair of the Illinois Staff Physician Recruiters (ISPR), and is currently serving on the national ASPR Board of Directors. Carrie enjoys working out, reading, genealogy, outdoor activities, and spending time with family.