Meet The GTC Board
Gabriel Bosslet, MD
Dr. Bosslet is a Pulmonary and Critical Care physician in Indianapolis. He was not born in Indiana, but moved here in 2007 for his Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship. He completed his residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at The Ohio State University and his Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship at Indiana University. His wife, Sarah, is a pediatrician and they have 4 children.
Jamie Levine Daniel, MBA, PhD (she/her)
Jamie Levine Daniel is a professor of nonprofit management in Indianapolis, where she has lived since 2015. She completed her BA at American University and her MBA and PhD at Ohio State University.
Haley Pritchard, MD (she/her)
Dr. Pritchard is an Infectious Diseases physician in Indianapolis with a focus in antimicrobial stewardship and medical education. She completed medical school at Tulane University School of Medicine in 2013. She then completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Temple University Hospital and fellowship in Infectious Diseases at Baylor College of Medicine before settling in Indianapolis in 2018. She and her husband have one child.
Megan Carlson, PPCNP-BC (she/her)
Trained as a board-certified pediatric nurse practitioner, Megan is an advocate for school health and currently serves as the Health Services Director for Indianapolis Public Schools. She holds a master’s and bachelor’s in nursing from West Virginia University and is a doctoral candidate in IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health Global Health Leadership program. Megan is also a recent graduate of the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars program, serves on the board of directors for the Indiana Public Health Association, and co-chairs the Covering Kids and Families of Indiana Schools and Early Childhood Committee.
Katie McHugh, MD
Dr. McHugh is a queer OB/GYN, chronic pelvic pain specialist, and abortion provider in Indiana, Ohio, and Maryland. She is an outspoken advocate for reproductive justice and access to abortion. Dr. McHugh is a founding partner of Indiana Pelvic Pain Specialists and an Academic OB Hospitalist at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. In addition to her clinical duties, Dr. McHugh has worked extensively for multiple national medical organizations, including the Executive Board of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Board of Directors of OutCare Health, and the Board of Physicians for Reproductive Health. In 2020, Dr. McHugh co-authored the ACOG’s practice bulletin on chronic pelvic pain, which serves as internationally recognized guidance on diagnosis and treatment.
Outside of clinical medicine, Dr. McHugh serves as the president of her children’s School Board as well as on the Board of the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir, including several committees on cultivation and equity. She enjoys snuggling with her partner, children, and dogs, as well as caring for her frankly alarming number of houseplants.
Arjun Sinha, MD (he/him)
Dr. Sinha goes by AJ. He’s a lifelong Hoosier who graduated from West Lafayette Junior/Senior High School and Purdue University. He earned his MD and a Masters of Science in Clinical Research at Indiana University, where he also completed his Internal Medicine residency training and Nephrology fellowship training. He is now an academic nephrologist and dialysis unit medical director in Indianapolis. In addition to his work with Good Trouble Coalition he organizes for social justice with local groups including Circle City Mutual Aid, Medicare for All Indiana, and Central Indiana Democratic Socialists of America.
Janine Zee-Cheng, MD (she/they)
Dr. Zee-Cheng is a pediatrician in Zionsville. She has lived in Indiana most of her life. She completed medical school, residency, and a pediatric critical care fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine, and opened Peppermint Pediatrics with her wife, Marilia, in 2021. She is active in research around COVID-19 epidemiology. She is a licensed child passenger safety technician, a lactation consultant, and a member of the Association of Professional Piercers.
Carrie Rouse, MD (she/her)
Dr. Rouse is a Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist in Indianpolis. She is from Indiana and is a graduate of the IU School of Medicine. She completed her obstetrics and gynecology residency at the University of Washington School of Medicine, followed by her MFM Fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston
Jane Hartsock, JD (she/her)
Jane Hartsock is an attorney and bioethicist in Indianapolis. She holds a BA in English Literature with a concentration in writing from Butler University, an MA in Philosophy with a concentration in Bioethics from the Indiana University School of Liberal Arts, and a JD from the Indiana University McKinney School of Law. She has also completed a fellowship in Clinical Medical Ethics. Jane began her career in Chicago where she spent more than ten years in health care litigation. She now works as a clinical ethicist for a large health system in Indiana and teaches Bioethics and Medical Humanities to undergraduate, graduate, and medical students. Jane has published in areas of transplant ethics, reproductive rights, and narrative ethics.
TraceyWilkinson, MD (she/her)
Dr. Wilkinson is a general pediatrician and health services researcher at IU School of Medicine. She graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and completed her pediatric residency at Brown University/Hasbro Children's Hospital in Providence, RI. After residency, she pursued additional training through a health services research fellowship at Boston Medical Center/Boston University where she also earned her Masters of Public Health. After fellowship, she was faculty at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles/University of Southern California where she was a primary care pediatrician for 3 years. In 2015, she moved to Indianapolis and was able to return to doing research and advocacy work. Her research focuses on examining and developing interventions to improve young people's access to reproductive health services from the perspective of a general pediatrician. She serves on the board of Physicians for Reproductive Health and Health Care Education and Training.
Mary Norine Walsh, MD
Dr. Walsh is a cardiologist in Indianapolis. She received her medical degree from the University of Minnesota, then did a residency in internal medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, followed by a fellowship in cardiology at Washington University in St Louis. She has practiced in Indianapolis for 30 years and specializes in the care of patients with heart failure, with a special interest in heart disease in women. She has been active in advocacy efforts, both locally and nationally. She is a former president of the American College of Cardiology and a board member of WomenHeart - the National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease.