Meet Our Team
Chief Executive Officer — Owen O'Neill
Owen has served as a registered nurse in the state of Florida for over 20 years, ten of them in Hospice Care. While doing his work, he witnessed the incredible surplus of medical equipment that was left behind after patients passed away. This included hospital beds, wheelchairs, walkers, and nebulizers. Family members always asked the same question: “Who can we give this medical equipment to?”
Owen couldn’t find an existing organization to help him, so he started collecting the equipment himself. He then donated it to clients he met while volunteering at local free clinics.
After some initial success, Owen was encouraged by a friend to turn his new hobby into a not-for-profit agency and Clinics Can Help became a 501(c)3 in March 2005. Since then, the organization has received funding from Palm Health Foundation, Quantum Foundation, Allegany Franciscan Ministries and the United Way.
Under Owen’s dedicated leadership, Clinics Can Help has become a fully certified and recognized not-for-profit agency which has assisted over 10,000 residents of Palm Beach County by recycling and sharing $4,000,000 worth of medical equipment and supplies.
Director of Development — Jamie Walton
Jamie Walton leads Clinics Can Help’s engagement in development and donor relations. She plays an integral role in advancing the mission of the organization by developing donor strategies and increasing fundraising opportunities.
Prior to joining CCH, Jamie held a management role for Tree of Life Foundation International and Schumacher Automotive, and served as a Marketing and Events Director at the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches. She has assisted small and mid-sized companies and non-profit organizations in growing their enterprises. A native of Palm Beach, Florida, Jamie is an alumnus of Florida State University, and is excited to work with an organization that serves individuals and families in her community.
“CCH has shown itself to be an innovator and a leader in the areas of health and access to medical equipment and supplies, two factors that contribute significantly to quality of life. The organization’s strategic growth over the years, and the team I am working with, made it an easy choice. I am excited to be a part of CCH and look forward to working with our donors and clients,” she said.
Owen O’Neill, CEO and Founder of Clinics Can Help, added, “CCH has grown four-fold since we started and with the addition of Jamie, we can continue to expand our mission and giving capacity. She will play an integral role in that continued growth and outreach.”
To contact Jamie Walton directly, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director of Operations — Robin Aurelius
Robin Aurelius comes to Clinics Can Help with more than a decade of experience in project management, database administration, budgeting and management operations that have been implemented at a global level.
Prior to joining CCH, she served as Director of Digital Strategy with the Executive Women’s Golf Association, where she led a team and oversaw management systems, digital processes and data migration, microsites and virtual processes, and digital security measures.
Robin received her Master’s degree in Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University and holds an executive certificate in project management from Florida Atlantic University. She is a member of the American Society of Association Executives and the Project Management Institute. She resides in North Palm Beach.
“I am incredibly excited to join Clinics Can Help,” she said. “My goal is to help CCH become more efficient and effective at helping people in need in South Florida.”