FLOW Advisory Council


Thomas P. Healy Jr., J.D.

Environmental lawyer

Tom Healy, brings nearly 4 decades of environmental law and policy experience to FLOW’s advisory council. Before his retirement in 2018, Tom served as the Vice President & Deputy General Counsel for the American Medical Association working on issues relating to initiatives to test new collaborative models for improving pre-diabetes and hypertension awareness and control, challenged EHR vendors to improve functionality and data interoperability and resisted scope of practice encroachments by non-physician groups. Prior to his work with the AMA, he held associate and partner positions at law firms based in Chicago, whose practices were concentrated in environmental law, antitrust, commercial disputes and civil litigation.

Jason LaTurner

Nonprofit technical support

Jason has 20 years of experience providing technical assistance, evaluation, and research support to states, districts, schools and non-profit organizations. He provides support and training to clients on how to build logic models, use state longitudinal data systems, develop efficient data collection tools, analyze data, and present results. He particularly enjoys supporting organizations going through change by providing tools and consultation to both staff and leaders. He has a PhD in Sociology, has two dogs, and lives with his wife in Green Bay, Wi.

Peter Welles

Nonprofit organization consultant, private investor

Peter Welles is a private investor and active nonprofit organization volunteer. His personal mission is to strengthen environmental organization boards, and their ability to secure the resources necessary for their success.

He has 75 “board years” (1 board/1 year), with 15 of those years in leadership positions as President or Chair, with conservation and environmental nonprofits.  The organizations range from local groups to national institutions, serving  …

missions in the United States, Argentina, and Canada.  In addition, he’s served on the boards of educational organizations, and is currently on a grantmaking foundation’s board.

Mr. Welles is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and participated in Harvard University’s Initiative for Social Enterprise “Governing for Nonprofit Excellence” cohorts in 1999 and 2015.

He lives in Ann Arbor, MI.