Maya R. Heinert, MD, MBA

Director of Health

Dr. Maya Heinert is a double board-certified physician with over 20 years of clinical and leadership experience in Healthcare. She has spent her career attending to children in emergency and trauma centers nationwide, and now lends her voice to larger conversations that affect the health and wellness of our communities and nation. She is co-founder and CEO of Alchemy Transdisciplinary Consulting and brings expertise in organizational strategy, operational efficiency, risk management, quality, performance improvement, and branding to the organizations she serves.

Her life mission is to inspire, empower and influence others to build deeper meaning and greater health and well-being into their own lives and work.

Dr. Heinert is fellowship trained in Pediatric Emergency Medicine and completed her medical studies and training at Wayne State University School of Medicine and The Children’s Hospital of Michigan. As a Healthcare executive, she has provided leadership and management in the spectrum of healthcare including hospitals, physician groups, managed care organizations and multi-state medical organizations.

Grounded in the belief that we are all stewards for the next generations, Dr. Heinert serves on the Public and Environmental Health Committee of the Sacramento branch of the California Medical Association and on the Board of Directors of Sacramento Children’s Home, the region’s most comprehensive child and family service organization. She sits on the Advisory Boards of Dao Health Inc., an international medical product company that is facilitating the health of mothers and children worldwide, and of Heart Zones Inc., a fitness technology company specializing in education and training and used in schools and health clubs internationally.

Maya’s philosophy in medicine, as in business, is that doing good translates into doing well.  She believes that health begins in the mind and body and that our work is, or should be, the external manifestation of those things we believe in the most.

On the side Maya plays in the family band, writes wedding vows and believes passionately that good food and good company are the best medicine. She is a student of mindfulness/MBSR. She is the chief organizational officer for two small children, a fish named John and a man who would rather be flying.