About our Leadership
Empowering Our Community through Health Education and Outreach
Cadey Harrel, MD
Dr. Harrel is a board certified Family Physician who has spent her career dedicated to Maternal-Child Health and reducing health disparities. Dr. Harrel attended medical school at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, where she was awarded for her work with the Commitment to Underserved People (CUP) program. She completed her residency in St. Louis, MO, at Mercy Family Medicine Residency Program after completing a year of OB/Gyn, where she was awarded as physician scholar in her graduating class. She is an Arizona native, and after graduating from her residency, moved with her young family back to her home state to continue her mission of caring for communities that have limited access to health resources. She is currently an Assistant Professor and the Founder of the Women’s Health Clinic at Banner-University of Arizona at the Abrams South Campus Clinic. She was recently awarded the Banner Health Hero Award for her commitment to her patients.
Dr. Harrel has been involved with many medical and philanthropic organizations over the years. She has co-authored numerous protocols for the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine, served as the Women’s Delegate to the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), sat on many statewide boards, and been involved in both health education and healthy policy regionally and nationally. She speaks both regionally and nationally on topics such as breastfeeding and lactation, maternal health disparities, and health policy. She recognized early in her career that our fractured healthcare system doesn’t permit physicians to take the time needed to educate people about health topics that impact their families and communities, and that by closing this knowledge gap, health outcomes and community wellness could be improved.
Susan Hadley, MD
Dr. Hadley moved back to Tucson in 2010 after 18 years of providing medical care to underserved patient populations in New York and New England. A 1991 graduate of the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Dr. Hadley completed her residency in Social Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx in 1994, followed by two years as full-time faculty at Montefiore teaching residents and medical students and caring for her patients in central and south Bronx. After New York, Dr. Hadley moved to New Hampshire and continued her work as faculty and providing direct patient care.
She followed this with seven years as full time faculty at the Middlesex Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program in Connecticut where she started the fellowship in Integrative Medicine in collaboration with the University of Arizona, and working to improve the cultural competence of integrative medicine and ensure that the underserved had access to high quality medical care.
Dr. Hadley continued these commitments while Medical Director for two Healthcare for the Homeless programs in Connecticut and providing medication assisted treatment (MAT) to patients with heroine and opioid addictions. Upon her arrival in Tucson, she joined the faculty of the University of Arizona/UPH Family Medicine Residency Program, continuing her interest in integrative medicine and healthcare for the underserved and becoming Medical Director of the UA Mobil Health Program.
Following six years as an Assistant Professor in the UA College and Medicine and while serving as the President of the Arizona Academy of Family Medicine, Dr. Hadley joined COPE, focusing on addiction medicine and serves as the Medical Director for Addiction Services. She also works at CODAC providing women’s health and pre-natal services to women with addiction. Just this spring she returned to family medicine residency training and is the associate director of the University of Arizona Addiction Medicine Fellowship while continuing to provide MAT services at CODAC.
John M. Lawless, Jr.
John is a retired certified public accountant. He started his career as an assistant professor of accounting until moving to an international accounting firm. From there he spent several years as a business consultant and senior tax partner with a regional accounting firm. He then moved on to manage the retirement plan administration division for a Fortune 500 company. Finally, before his retirement, he started an actuarial services and retirement plan administration company, growing that to one of the largest firms in the southwest. Now he just loafs around, drinks beer, flies his plane to breakfast, and plays with his grandchildren. Now in addition to his work with Agave, he enjoys flying airplanes and playing with his grandchildren.
Shane M. Harrel
Mr. Harrel is an alumnus of the University of Arizona with a Master of Science and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University with Bachelor of Science, both in Aerospace Engineering. He also earned an MBA from University of Phoenix in 2010. Mr. Harrel had 10 years of experience in the aerospace industry before transitioning into energy storage industry. He now works as a Sr. Engineer and the Lead Design Engineer at a rechargeable battery technology R&D firm.
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