Peak Health Board Election: 2021

Our annual election is an opportunity for members to participate in Peak Health.

Who can vote?

All 2021 members of Peak Health Alliance are invited to vote in the election for Board of Directors. Not sure if you’re a member? If you have a current insurance ID card, and it has our logo on it along with Bright Health’s, you’re a member and eligible to participate.

How do members vote?

Participating is easy. You can click “Go to Ballot” below and you’ll be taken to the online ballot, along with bios of the three candidates.

You will need to cast your ballot by December 22nd.


If you have a question, please use the chat window at the lower corner of your browser and we’ll get right back to you. Thanks for being a Peak Health Member.


Why Membership Matters

Peak Health Alliance works on behalf of members to negotiate better access and lower health insurance premiums for the communities it serves. Similar to a co-op, our ability to negotiate is stronger the more members we have. We count on engaged communities to help us build relationships, to engage local providers and hospitals, and to help advocate for our mission.

Founded in 2019, Peak is now in its third plan year, and has saved its members nearly $10 million dollars that can now go back into communities.

Candidates for Peak’s Board

Don Dankner – Attorney – Retired 

David Preaus – Owner – Creative Cabinetry

STATEMENT: I moved to Summit County in 1992 after graduating from Rollins College. I held several positions in the hospitality industry in Summit County before buying Creative Cabinetry in 2007. As a small business owner for over 14 years, I have always strived to be able to provide health insurance for my employees but have not always been able to do so. Peak Health has enabled me to provide my employees a choice in their health insurance plan via an ICHRA. Summit County has given so much to me and my family, and serving on the Peak Board enables me to give back.

Brianne Snow – Executive Director – FIRC

STATEMENT: I started with the Family & Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) in 2005 as a Parenting Program Manager and moved through various positions within the organization. In 2019 I took on the role of Executive Director and assisted the community through the tribulations of the pandemic. I oversee the only social services-based nonprofit in the community, providing a variety of programming including mental health navigation, supportive services, housing, insurance enrollment, and food security. I believe in the power of relationships and community, and I am impressed by Peak’s ability to increase access to mental health services while keeping costs in check.