Non-Physician Members

Kamisha Johnson-Davis, PhD, DABCC

Dr. Johnson-Davis is an Associate Professor (clinical) in the Department of Pathology at the University of Utah School of Medicine and medical director for clinical toxicology at ARUP Laboratories. 

She received her BS in biochemistry from the University of California, Riverside, and her PhD in pharmacology from the University of Utah. She was a postdoctoral research associate at the Center for Human Toxicology and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in clinical chemistry at the University of Utah Department of Pathology. Dr. Johnson-Davis is board certified in clinical chemistry and toxicological chemistry. She is a diplomate of the American Board of Clinical Chemistry and a fellow of the AACC Academy. 

Menerva Lobe, MPAS, PA-C

Menerva Lobe, MPAS, PA-C is a board-certified physician assistant with University of Utah, practicing at the South Main Clinic location. She’s also Assistant professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine-Physician Assistant Program. 

Menerva obtained her Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Utah PA program and completed her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from University of Nevada-Reno. Prior to attending PA, school Menerva worked for over 15 years in behavioral health as a case manager and administrator. 

France A. Davis, II, PA-C

France is a Physician Assistant providing Adult Psychiatric, Crisis Services and Addiction Medicine at Hunstman Mental Health Institute (formerly known as the University Neuropsychiatric Institute)

Dianne McAdams

Dianne McAdams-Jones EdD, RN, SFHEA

Dr. McAdams-Jones is a Professor and  the Fellow of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion for curriculum at Utah Valley University (UVU).  She has many years of experience in conflict management and bias reduction education.  As a result of her lived experience and professional tenacity, she mentors those spaces that often call for difficult conversations and the resilience to press forward and achieve those seemingly impossible goals.

Dr. McAdams-Jones was born a sharecropper’s daughter in South Carolina. In 1973, she became a first-generation baccalaureate in nursing science at Tuskegee University in Alabama. After completing a graduate program in education management at Tuskegee University, she served in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps for eight years, entering as a captain and exiting as a major.. She earned an  Ed.D. in health professions at the College of Saint Mary in Omaha, Nebraska, followed by the completion of a nursing education post-doctorate from Teachers College of Columbia University in 2018. She is credentialed by the Society of Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) as a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE) and as a Harvard-educated Simulation Course Instructor. Dianne is also a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and received the inaugural UVU Black Academic Excellence Award in February 2022..