Your health is our passion.
Jeremy Quinby has been improving the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities for the past 25 years.
At the intersection of manual therapies, mental health support, orthopedics, pain management, and newborn and pediatric care, he has become known as a bridge-builder between many fields of care.
A graduate of St. John’s University in MN, building community has been the most essential part of every project he’s become involved with. Having had private practices in New York and Minneapolis, his ability develop health networks to support the populations he has served has become his trademark. And now, as host of Highway to Health Podcast, he is furthering this outreach across the U.S. and beyond, promoting a more fully realized approach to integrated care.
Dr. Aaron Babb is a physician, designer, and curious explorer.
He currently works as a general physician at a federal health clinic in the rural mountains of California where he does primary care for the community and directs the MAT (medication-assisted therapy) to help people coming off of opioids. He’s also the director of telemedicine at the local critical access hospital, Mayers Memorial Hospital.
He recieved his B.S. from St. John’s University in MN and his medical degree from Georgetown University in Washington D.C. He went on to receive surgical training from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN and has been deeply involved in patenting health care technology to improve health care process and patient experience. He’s a staple on the Highway to Health Podcast and has been a board member since it’s inception in 2016.
Dr. Aaron Babb
Stacey Degan has been dedicated to improving health and well-being for the past 25 years.
With a degree in Recreational Therapy from the University of Minnesota, she worked with Challenge Aspen, helping optimize the experience of individuals with terminal disease, traumatic injuries and disabilities for nearly 10 years.
She returned to school at Northwestern Health Sciences University to recieve her Masters in Acupunture and Oriental Medicine. After years of private practice in Portland, OR and Minneapolis, MN, she is now the Lead Acupuncturist at University of Minnesota Physicians. Her mission is to educate and provide a broad community with health and wellness solutions to improve thei quality of their lives. She has joined Highway to Health as a board member to further her outreach as a wellness leader throughout the world.
Mario Stonies is the CEO of Konzeptschmied, a technology and design firm in Lübeck, Germany.
He is a graduate of Technische Hochschule Lübeck and has been creating designs and branding for numerous health improvement projects. While his most important role is father to his 2 amazing girls, he has dedicated a lot energy to Highway to Health because he believes that a healthier future depends on a civil discourse on how we can take better care of ourselves and our planet.