Ashira Vantrees joined Aimed Alliance in August 2021 as a Staff Attorney. Ashira brings with her extensive experience in researching a wide variety of issues including public health, health education, human rights, women’s rights, and disability rights. Building on her own experiences growing up and facing difficulties in accessing healthcare, Ashira is now a passionate advocate for healthcare access and ensuring healthcare is easily accessible and affordable.
Prior to attending law school, Ashira worked as a public health emergency planner and outreach coordinator at a small health department in Ohio. This experience taught her the importance of ensuring meaningful access to healthcare medications and services. Ashira’s passion for ensuring access to affordable healthcare led her to attend Florida International University College of Law to learn more about healthcare and the legal system. While in law school Ashira focused her studies on human rights and was an active member of the student body leading both the Disability Rights Law Association and the Florida International University College of Law Moot Court Board of Appellate Advocates.
Ashira holds a Bachelor of Arts in Emergency Management and Business from Ohio Christian University, a Masters of Science in Disaster Medicine and Management from Thomas Jefferson University, and a Juris Doctor from Florida International University College of Law.
Shannon Ginnan, MD
As Director of Medical Affairs for Aimed Alliance, Shannon Ginnan, M.D., provides the organization and its collaborators with valuable insight from a practitioner’s perspective and serves as a liaison to the medical and healthcare technology communities.
Dr. Ginnan is the owner of Ageless Doc, a company that combines the deep investigative approach of Functional Medicine along with advanced, customized aesthetic medicine. Previously, Dr. Ginnan served as the Medical Director of an integrative medicine and hyperbaric medicine clinic, where he combined advanced biochemical testing, holistic healthcare, and hyperbaric oxygen therapy to serve a diverse patient population dealing with complex, chronic health issues. Dr. Ginnan uses a multi-organ and multifactorial approach to diagnostic medicine and treatment plan development, allowing him to address each patient’s needs based on their genetic composition and environmental influences.
Dr. Ginnan is a board-certified Fellow of the American Society of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Ginnan obtained his medical degree at the State University of New York, Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York, completed his internship at a community hospital in Vestal, New York, and studied acupuncture at the University of California Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine.