We are pleased to welcome a new member of the NCACH team, Sherrill Castrodale! Hailing from Grand Coulee, Sherill will be volunteering her time as an intern, and will be researching the evidence-based approaches provided in the Demonstration Toolkit that support Transitional Care and Diversion Interventions, as well as assist with any other research needs that may arise. We are thrilled to have Sherrill on our team, and are looking forward to her research.

Sherrill Castrodale began an internship at North Central ACH in January. Professionally, she brings a background in actuarial science to the Medicaid Transformation Demonstration team.  She also serves as a volunteer on her local community’s Medicaid Transformation Committee.

Sherrill and her husband Dr. Andrew Castrodale live in Grand Coulee where they have raised three children.  Their oldest daughter Clare, a talented artist, makes her home with them.  She and her family enjoy cooking, fishing, curing meats, and being outside as much as possible.  The natural beauty and wilderness of North Central Washington provides inspiration for her personal hobbies of songwriting and poetry.


Welcome to the team, Sherrill!