Meet the Team
As your state home care association, HCAF's staff has a responsibility to represent your interests and work on your behalf every day. Get to know us and feel free to reach out if we can ever be of service.
Bobby Lolley, RN
Bobby Lolley, RN, is HCAF’s Executive Director. He has worked in the home care industry for more than 20 years. His home care experience ranges from being a per diem staff nurse providing care to patients in a small rural community, to a regional director for a large national chain. He often says he has done just about every job there is in the home care sector, but still remembers his first home visit: “I was standing there in this little old lady's house and a feeling came over me that I had finally come home — I knew then and there this would be where I would spend the remainder of my professional life.” His faith and passion for home care have never wavered since.
Bobby graduated cum laude from Valdosta State University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Renee Bush, MSM-HA, CPC
Director of Private Duty Services
Renee Bush has more than 25 years of experience across health care, operational management, public policy, regulatory compliance, process improvement, quality assurance, and sales and marketing. Her previous experience includes serving as CEO of a network of eight Federally Qualified Community Health Centers (FQHCs) in Northeast Florida for nearly a decade and serving as chief of staff to a Florida state legislator before that. These and other experiences have kept her in touch with Medicare and Medicaid officials; Medicare Advantage, Accountable Care Organization (ACO), and other managed care plan administrators; and accrediting body representatives.
Renee holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida as well as a Master of Science in Management and Healthcare Administration (cum laude) from Troy University. She earned certificates from the Bank of America Institute for Women's Entrepreneurship at Cornell University and the National Institute of Health (NIH)/Morehouse School of Medicine's Community Health Worker program. In addition, she holds a national certification in Health Center Governance from the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) and is certified as a Certified Procedural Coder by the American Academy of Procedural Coders.
Jennifer Campbell is HCAF’s Office Assistant. She joined HCAF in the fall of 2019 after several years of teaching therapeutic horseback riding to children and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities, as well as being a stay-at-home mom. She previously worked at The Hartford Life Insurance Company, where she honed her skills as a business analyst. Jenn assists the team with membership services and administrative duties.
Associate Director of Membership Services
Julia Heath is HCAF's Associate Director of Membership Services. She joined HCAF in 2009 and previously worked at Guilday, Tucker, Schwartz, and Simpson, P.A., a Tallahassee-based law firm. She graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Recreation and Leisure Services Administration.
Patti Heid, MSPT, COS-C
Director of Clinical and Regulatory Affairs
Patti Heid, MPST, COS-C, is HCAF’s Director of Clinical and Regulatory Affairs. She has been a physical therapist for over 28 years and has worked in the home care setting for 26 of those years. She believes that nothing can compare to the rapport that one develops with a patient while working with them and their families, in their own homes, helping them overcome the “real-life” day-to-day challenges that they face. Over the years, Patti has gained valuable experience by fulfilling many key roles within the home care arena, from field clinician through the management level. All these roles have given her deep abiding respect and admiration for the good that home care providers can achieve.
Patti graduated from St. John’s University in New York in 1991 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. She obtained her Master of Science in Physical Therapy degree from the University of Miami in 1993. She is active with the Home Care section of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Director of Government Affairs and Communications
Kyle Simon is HCAF's Director of Government Affairs and Communications. His background includes over a decade of health policy, advocacy, and political experience. He has worked with federal and state policymakers on Medicare, Medicaid, prescription drugs, and related regulatory issues, served members of Congress, managed a statewide political organization representing the President of the United States, and held leadership roles in multiple political campaigns. Additionally, he has been an Adjunct Professor at Valencia College since 2012.
Kyle holds a Master of Science degree in Applied American Politics and Policy and a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Florida State University.
Adara Sloane is HCAF's Program Assistant. She joined HCAF in early 2019 after being a stay-at-home mom for several years and volunteering in her community. She is a seasoned assistant who previously worked at DaVita and The Hartford Life Insurance Company. She assists the HCAF team with a wide variety of education, membership, and financial initiatives, and assists members with renewals, event registrations, and website access.
Monica Smith is HCAF’s Deputy Director. She started with HCAF in 2009 after five years with the Connecticut Association for Home Care & Hospice, where she served as the Vice President of Education and Membership Services. Prior to working with home care industry groups, she provided programming and optimization consulting services nationwide to hospitals, laboratories, and physician groups.
Monica graduated with distinction from Quinnipiac University with an MBA and a concentration in Health Care Administration, and she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Systems Management from the University of Connecticut.