The True U Clinic Team

Melissa Prince, MSN, ARNP (she/her/hers)

Melissa has been a practicing nurse practitioner since 2004. She is a graduate of John Hopkins University. She has a diverse clinical background but her main focus has been endocrinology. She has extensive experience with HRT and is passionate about treating the transgender community in Arizona.

Ashlee Montgomery, MSN, ACNP (she/her/hers)

Ashlee has been practicing as a NP in Colorado since 2006. She is a graduate of Colorado State University. She has extensive experience with various hormone replacement treatment modalities. Currently she specializes in testosterone replacement but now is utilizing her clinical experience for gender affirming care.

Natalie Metz, DNP (she/her/hers)

Natalie has been practicing as a nurse practitioner since 2017. She is a graduate of Frontier Nursing University. Before she became a NP she was registered nurse with clinical experience in oncology.
Natalie is deeply involved in the LGBTQ community. She currently treats undeserved rural individuals in Arizona and has expanded her clinical skill set to transgender HRT.

Julie Putt, MSN, FNP (she/her/hers)

Julie has been working as a family nurse practitioner since 2012 after graduating from Columbia University. She has a background in urgent care, emergency services, college health and sexual/reproductive health care. Julie is enthusiastic about providing competent, compassionate gender-affirming care and increasing access to care through technology and innovation. She is currently providing care in Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Montana and New Mexico.

B. Ashby Goodrum, MSN, FNP (they/them/theirs)

B.A. graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Family Nurse Practitioner program in 2013. They have extensive training and experience with gender-affirming hormone therapy and they believe strongly in expanding access to evidence-based care. Over the years, B.A. has published research about and lectured on topics concerning transgender and gender non-binary health (TGNB) care. As an advocate for health equity, they have educated clinicians, health care professionals in training, and public health leaders on gender-affirming care. They are currently pursuing a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree in nurse-midwifery in hopes of helping to meet the birthing needs of TGNB families. B.A. practices in Oregon and Washington, and serves as the clinical director of True U Clinic.

Melanie Alvarado, MSN, ANP, GNP (she/her/hers)

Melanie has practiced since 2012. She is a graduate of the University of Texas. She practiced in multiple settings including community health and primary care. She enjoys delivering care to diverse cultures and populations. Melanie has strong LGBTQ family ties. She is very enthusiastic about delivering gender affirming hormone therapy and assisting individuals with their transitional journey in Washington and Iowa.