Becky has been a Registered Nurse since 2005, and has over 12 years of dialysis experience. In September of 2016, Becky and her family relocated from the Mississippi Gulf Coast to Anchorage, Alaska. She has been married for 14 years, has 2 children, 2 dogs, and a cat. In her free time she enjoys crafting, hiking, and reading. Becky has worked in various nursing positions throughout her career, but feels that becoming a dialysis nurse was what she was meant to do.
Amy, RN Clinical Coordinator
Amy has been a Registered Nurse in hemodialysis since 2001. She has experience in the acute and chronic outpatient settings. As her interest and knowledge grew about Nephrology she obtained her Certification in Nephrology Nursing (CNN) in 2009. In January 2015, she relocated from Georgia to Alaska and has called Denali Dialysis “home”.
Amy enjoys exploring Alaska and traveling to different national parks throughout the United States. If she is not at work, you will probably find her hiking the many trails found within Southcentral Alaska with her family.
Theresa, RD, LD
Theresa has been a dietitian since 2004. Her areas of interest are end stage renal disease and diabetes. She has traveled all over Alaska and is familiar with Native Alaskan foods and cultural practices. She strives to provide individualized diet recommendations and is always eager to learn about all the different people that call Alaska home.
Nate has been with Liberty for over five years. He started as a dialysis tech and soon after took on an access management role as a designated cannulator for difficult fistulas. He was later able to apply his extensive mechanical background to maintaining equipment for the acutes program, ultimately taking a full time biomedical position for Liberty Denali in 2017.
Madai hails from sunny FL but together with her family in 2020 has traded the South FL heat for the snowy mountains of AK. Madai obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in social work from Florida Atlantic University in 2016, followed by her Master’s Degree at Barry University, Miami Shores in 2017. Madai brings with her social work experiences including but not limited to, Foster Care, Substance Abuse, Anger Management, Individual and Family therapy. Beginning in 2020 Madai has embraced her role as nephrology social worker at Denali Dialysis and enjoys working with the medical team to provide quality care to our patients. Madai is a self-proclaimed foodie and in her free time she enjoys things such as trying new restaurants, traveling with her family, hiking new trails, being out on the water, s’mores by a fire and worshipping with her faith family.
Chasity has been working for Liberty and Denali Dialysis since 2012.
Chasity received her Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education in 2011 from UAA and aspires to become a patient case manager someday.
Chasity is a strong believer in the power of positive thinking in the workplace, which creates a happy workplace environment for patients and coworkers alike.
Chasity truly believes that the dialysis community spirits are effervescent and genuinely believes that we have an extraordinary group of caring staff who always go above and beyond for our patients.
She regularly attends and volunteers for the Kidney Foundation and helps teach Sunday school to the youth at her church.
Chasity enjoys spending quality time with her family and church members
Mariah has worked at Denali Dialysis-Liberty since 2016. Her experience working as a technician on the treatment floor in the past makes her an excellent Administrative Assistant as she has perspective from different angles. Mariah has stated, “I am blessed to be a part of such a sincere and understanding team at Liberty Dialysis. We all work so well together as we are eager to provide high quality care to the patients we serve.” She aspires to become a registered dietitian in order to further continue serving the dialysis community. She brings diversity to Liberty along with a great sense of humor, causing contagious smiles around the clinic. Mariah enjoys going on walks with her two children in the summer, and having tea parties and living room dance-offs to stay warm in the chilly winter.