Management Biographies

Carl Stuart - Chairman, Board of Directors

Carl Stuart PortraitCarl Stuart Investment Advisor, Inc., is a Registered Investment Advisor. He manages approximately $340 million, primarily on a fee basis, and has been in the business for 29 years. In 2002, he was honored by Registered Representative, a national magazine, as one of the top 10 advisors in the United States.

Carl has been married to his wife, Claire, for 37 years and has three children, ages 33, 30, and 27.

Carl is Trustee and Chairman of the Investment Committee of the Texas Presbyterian Foundation in Dallas, Trustee and Chairman of the Investment Committee of Pine Manor College in Boston, Massachusetts, Board Member and Chair of People's Community Clinic, past Chair and Board Member of YMCA of Austin, and past President of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Austin.

Since 1995, Carl has broadcast "Money Talk" - a two hour call in radio show on 590 KLBJ and is heard from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. every Saturday.

Regina Rogoff, J.D. - Chief Executive Officer

Regina Rogoff Photo Regina Rogoff, J.D., is the CEO of People’s Community Clinic, a not-for-profit primary care clinic providing affordable health care for uninsured central Texans. Regina has a B.A. degree from the University of Michigan/Ann Arbor and a J.D. degree from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law.

Prior to joining PCC, Regina was Executive Director of Legal Aid of Central Texas for twenty years and a Legal Aid staff attorney for ten years. She began her career as a VISTA lawyer. Regina has held numerous leadership positions in Austin’s human services, legal and Jewish communities. She currently serves on the Boards of Capital I.D.E.A. and the Interfaith Education Fund and is a co-chair of Austin Interfaith. She is a past-president of the Austin Area Human Services Association, secretary of the Indigent Care Collaboration and co-president of Congregation Kol Halev.

The Austin Bar Association (formerly the Travis County Bar Association) created the “Regina Rogoff Award” in her honor to be given annually to an attorney in Travis County who demonstrates outstanding service in the public/non-profit sector. Regina has been recognized by the Austin Business Journal as a “Profile in Power” (2007) and a “Healthcare Hero” (2005). Under her leadership, the People’s Community Clinic was awarded the 2005 Ethics in Business Award by the Samaritan Center. She takes special pride in introducing the nationally recognized anti-racism program, “Facing History and Ourselves” to the Austin area.

Regina is an avid rower and can be seen rowing most mornings on Lady Bird Lake. She has been married to Sam Jones, CPA, for over 30 years and is the mother of two adult daughters, Alissa Jones Zachary and Sarah Jones.

Louis Appel, MD, MPH
Medical Director and Director of Pediatrics

Louis Appel, MD, MPH, serves as Medical Director and Director of Pediatrics at People’s Community Clinic. Dr. Appel provides primary pediatric care at the Clinic in addition to overseeing the clinical programs. He is co-facilitator of the Community Access to Child Health Program for the Texas chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and co-chairs the Texas Pediatric Society’s Community Access to Child Health Committee.

In the past he has served on the Texas Pediatric Society’s Task Force on Childhood Obesity as well as on the Travis County Early Impact Team, advising on the coordination of Early Childhood Intervention services in the county. He has also served on the Austin Multi-Institutional Review Board.

Dr. Appel graduated from Harvard Medical School and obtained his MPH at the Harvard School of Public Health, with a concentration in public management and community health. He completed his pediatric residency at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Linda L. Anderson - Chief Financial Officer

Linda L. Anderson is the Chief Financial Officer for People’s Community Clinic. Linda worked for many years in the corporate technology industry in the varying roles of Controller, Chief Financial Officer and Finance Director at both IBM and Dell. Linda’s interest in non-profit service began through volunteering for the ARC of the Capital Area, where she currently serves on their Board of Directors. She moved to a position at Lone Star Circle of Care in Georgetown, Texas in early 2008. She joined the staff at People’s Community Clinic in November, 2008.

Linda’s career started in Minnesota and continued in the North East. She has lived in Austin since 2000. Linda has been married to her husband, Brad, for over 30 years and is the mother of an adult daughter Taina and an adult son Luke.

Margaret Henkels - Director of Development

Margaret Henkels Margaret Henkels is the Director of Development for People's Community Clinic. Ms. Henkels earned her B.A. degree in English Literature from New York University. After studying ceramics at Columbia Teachers College in New York City, she worked for many years as an artist and ceramics teacher.

Ms. Henkels began her career in the non-profit sector when she became the first Marketing Director at the Women's Studio Workshop in upstate New York. After arriving in Austin in 1992, she took a job in the development department at the Austin Children's Museum. Since then she has led the fundraising efforts at Arthouse (then the Texas Fine Arts Association) as its Director of Development and at the Austin Public Library Foundation as its Executive Director. She joined the staff of the People's Community Clinic in 2005.