Leadership and Board of Directors

InterCommunity can only do its important work with the diligent support of its leadership and the individuals willing to volunteer as Board Directors for the organization.

Our Leaders and Board of Directors have a wide range of talents and skills, but all share the strong commitment to the organization’s mission, communities, and clients.


  • Kimberly L. Beauregard, LCSW, President & Chief Executive Officer

    Kimberly L. Beauregard, LCSW, is the President and Chief Executive Officer of InterCommunity Healthcare Inc.  InterCommunity is a nonprofit community health center operating out of 18 locations in the greater Hartford region.  Under Kim’s leadership, InterCommunity has become known as an innovator in healthcare for its integration of primary care, behavioral health and addiction recovery services.  The organization has successfully expanded to include comprehensive children’s services and also operates seven school based health centers in the Town of East Hartford. In 2020, InterCommunity was named a Top Workplace by the Hartford Courant for the tenth consecutive year, the only health center in Connecticut to win this award for ten years straight.  Kim has transformed the agency into one that is ahead of the curve in developing new services and programs that embrace cultural diversity and recovery.

    Kim is a licensed clinical social worker and has over 36 years of distinguished service in the delivery of behavioral health services in direct care and administration. Before assuming the position of President and CEO of InterCommunity in 2003, she spent most of her career working with adults with persistent and prolonged mental illness and substance abuse disorders. She holds a Master’s degree in Social Work, a Master’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Urban Studies.

    Kim was the 2013 recipient of Charter Oak State College’s annual honorary degree, Doctor of Humane Letters. She has been recognized over and over for utilizing best practice models and clinical improved outcomes through state and national awards and recognition. Two of the awards include Hartford Business Journal’s Health Care Hero – Achievements in Health Care Innovation, and National Dorland Health’s Top People In Health Care.  Kim was named a 2017 Women in Business Award winner by the Hartford Business Journal.

  • Tyler V.r. Booth, Lcsw, Vice President & Chief Operations Officer

    Tyler V.r. Booth, LCSW, Vice President & Chief Operations Officer

    Tyler has been with InterCommunity since 2006 and oversees all direct services programs within InterCommunity’s three divisions: Primary Care, Behavioral Health, and Addiction Recovery Services. The creator of InterCommunity’s Help Now system, Tyler consults locally and nationally on providing rapid access to behavioral health care and the provision of healthcare for the whole person. Tyler also coordinates new program development ensuring that InterCommunity’s services align with what he calls the quadruple aim of improved health outcomes, patient experience, financial stability, and staff satisfaction.

  • Jeff Hughes, Chief Financial Officer

    Jeff Hughes, Chief Financial Officer

    A graduate of Worcester State University, Jeff brings over 20 years of finance, business, and operational experience to our organization. Previously he was the CFO of the Connecticut Health Center Association of Connecticut (CHCACT), providing help and services to the under-served of Connecticut as well as its FQHCs and FQHC look-alikes. Most recently, Jeff was a finalist in the 2017 “CFO of the Year” award sponsored by the Hartford Business Journal.

  • Tracey Decker, Chief Program Officer

    Tracey Decker, Chief Administrative Officer & Corporate Compliance Officer

    Tracey is responsible for the supervision of InterCommunity’s primary care teams in both locations, the behavioral health medication management team, three front desk teams, facilities and the call center. She helped bring InterCommunity to FQHC-LA status, was instrumental in the start-up of the agency’s onsite pharmacies, oversaw the build-out and renovation of both primary care spaces, and is currently working on the implementation of a new electronic medical record which will be utilized across all divisions of InterCommunity. Tracey was nominated as a HealthCare Hero in 2016 by the Hartford Business Journal. Tracey recently led the way in bringing InterCommunity’s health services even farther into the East Hartford community by opening six school based health centers.

  • Danilo Pangilinan, M.d., Chief Medical Officer

    Danilo Pangilinan, M.d., Chief Medical Officer

    Dr. Pangilinan is InterCommunity’s Chief Medical Officer and is responsible for overseeing primary care services, the medication-assisted treatment program, as well as the detoxification unit. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience as the first provider to oversee InterCommmunity’s MAT program. Dr. Pangilinan attended medical school at VMUF, Philippines. He completed his medical residency at University of Connecticut School of Medicine. He is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Addiction Medicine. Dr. Pangilinan is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and the American Society of Addiction Medicine. He is also a member of the Hartford County Medical Association, Connecticut State Medical Society and Connecticut Society of Addiction medicine. In addition to his clinical work at InterCommunity, Dr. Pangilinan is an assistant clinical professor of medicine at University of Connecticut School of Medicine.

  • Michelle Smith Cotto, Chief Legal and Human Resources Officer

    Michelle Smith Cotto has served as in-house counsel in the health and financial industries for over a decade. Michelle currently serves as InterCommunity’s Chief Legal and Human Resources Officer.

    Michelle’s duties include litigation management, employee relations including DEI initiatives and equity in compensation, employee training, apprising senior management teams of legal and regulatory risks, and drafting policies and procedures.

    Michelle received her Juris Doctor from the University of Connecticut School of Law and holds undergraduate degrees from Bay Path University and Springfield College. Michelle volunteers for the University of Connecticut School of Law’s Alumni Association, Bay Path University’s Alumni Association Council and is a board member for two local non-profit organizations: Caring Health Center and the Association for Black Business and Professionals. Michelle also helps rescue Boxers, helping them find safe and good homes.

  • William Young, LPC, NCC, Chairperson, Board of Directors

    William (Bill) Young is a consultant, licensed professional counselor, and national board-certified counselor. He serves on a number of Connecticut and national nonprofit boards of directors. Bill identifies as a person in recovery. He and his wife, Martha Page, live in Hartford.

  • Vice Chairperson — Meghan Blanchette, Sports Clips, Inc.

  • Secretary — Andre Santiago, Senior Program Director, Youth Programs, Leadership Greater Hartford

  • Treasurer — Jennifer Raulukaitis, Assistant Controller, Kaman Distribution Group


  • Sasa Harriott, President, Harriott Home Services

  • Mildred Gomez, Employee Relations Consultant, Hospital of Central Connecticut

  • James Kelly, Retired Attorney

  • Nisha Mungroo, Bilingual Associate Attorney, Victim Rights Center of Connecticut

  • Elise Schreier, 2VP, Excess Claims, Travelers

  • C. Steven Wolf, M.D., Chairman, Emergency Medicine, St. Francis Hospital/Trinity Health of New England

  • Tyrone McConnico, JD, LCSW