April Cash is an Outreach and Enrollment Specialist at Wabash Valley Health. Cash earned her Associate of Applied Science in Human Resources in 2015. Previously working in medical billing, Cash had a desire to work closer with the community. With a strong understanding in health insurance, becoming an Indiana Navigator just made sense. In 2016, Cash obtained her license as an Indiana Navigator and completed the Certified Application Counselor training. She is passionate on advocating for consumers and keeping up with State and Federal policy changes.

Since 2016 she has participated in various community outreach groups and events including Wabash Valley Community Connect Planning Committee and local System of Care groups. Cash is also an active member on the Homeless Council of the Wabash Valley. In 2019, Cash won a scholarship to attend the Families USA Health Action Conference in Washington DC, advocating for healthcare initiatives. Cash also was a 12 Under 40 Honoree later that year.

In her personal time, Cash stays busy with house renovation projects with her husband and watching her kids in various sports. She enjoys music and history documentaries. Cash says her favorite thing about working at WVHC is the amazing group of coworkers who genuinely share the same passion-- to serve our community and fulfill our mission that everyone has access to quality and affordable healthcare.

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Samantha Stoops is an Outreach and Enrollment Assistant at the Wabash Valley Health Center. She first began her career at WVHC as a Registration Specialist in September of 2018. In July of 2021, Stoops obtained her license as an Indiana Navigator and completed training to become a Certified Application Counselor. Her heart for community outreach truly began in college, as she worked on a homeless project during her junior year.

In 2015, Stoops earned her Bachelor of Arts at Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was here she majored in Photography, which she still practices in her spare time. Today, she enjoys nature photography and uses her talents for family and wedding photography.

When she is not working, Stoops can be found wood burning and doing CrossFit. She also enjoys kayaking, hiking, and spending time with her two dogs. Stoops says she loves the mission of WVHC and appreciates the efforts made to create a better environment for the Wabash Valley community.