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OHSU Foundation Board of Trustees

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For information about the OHSU Foundation board of trustees, please contact Laura Munson, Board Relations Manager.

Gary Reynolds
Gary W. Reynolds, CGMA

Chair

Perkins & Company, P.C., retired

J. Greg Ness
J. Greg Ness

Vice Chair

StanCorp Financial Group, Inc.

Robin Gantt
Robin Gantt

Treasurer

Northwest Pipe Company, retired

Bill Berg
William A. Berg

Secretary

Mercer Advisors, Inc.

Jill Eiland
Jill Eiland

Interim President

OHSU Foundation

Trustees

Rukaiyah Adams
Rukaiyah Adams, JD, MBA

Meyer Memorial Trust

Erik Amos
Erik Amos

Columbia Sportswear Company

Stephen Babson
Stephen E. Babson, JD

Endeavour Capital

Brad Blumenfeld
Brad Blumenfeld

Blumenfeld Development Group, Ltd.

Dana Braner, MD
Dana A. Braner, MD

Credit Unions for Kids Chair, OHSU Dept of Pediatrics

OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital

Maureen Casey
Maureen D. Casey

Paul H. Casey Family Charitable Foundation

Jorge Casimiro
Jorge G. Casimiro

NIKE, Inc.

Alice Davies
Alice B. Davies

w(here) Real Estate

Eric Dishman
Eric Dishman

All of Us Research Program, NIH

Dan Dorsa
Daniel M. Dorsa, PhD

OHSU

Ann Edlen
Ann Edlen

Joule, retired

Mark P. Goodman

Downtown Development Group, LLC

Mike Hagel
Michael P. Hagel

Doernbecher Philanthropy Board Chair, Community Volunteer

Kelly Hale
Kelly Kilkenny Hale

RBC Wealth Management

Susan Hamilton

Chair, Marquam Hill Steering Committee

Mark Hattenhauer
Mark T. Hattenhauer, MD, ’66, R ’72

Alumni Representative, School of Medicine

George Hosfield
George W. Hosfield

Ferguson Wellman Capital Management, Inc

Danny Jacobs, MD
Danny O. Jacobs, MD, MPH, FACS

OHSU

Steve Janik
Stephen T. Janik, JD

Founding Partner

Ball Janik LLP

Craig Kelly
Craig A. Kelly

Venerable Properties

John Kloucek
John Kloucek, DMD ’86

Alumni Representative, School of Dentistry

Mary Lago
Mary E. Lago, CTFA

Ferguson Wellman Capital Management

Priscilla Longfield
Priscilla Wold Longfield

Community Volunteer

Jane McEldowney
Jane B. McEldowney, BS ’63

Alumni Representative, School of Nursing

Xandra McKeown
Xandra T. McKeown

Columbia Bank, retired

Corey Morris-Singer
Corey Morris-Singer, PhD

Morris-Singer Foundation

Susie Pape
Susie Papé

The Papé Group

Chad Paulson
Chad Paulson

See’s Candies

Vincent Price
Vincent Price

Cambia Health Solutions

Richard Royse
Richard A. Royse

Smith Barney, retired

Barbara Silver
Barbara A. Silver

Silver Family Foundation

Stacey Squires
Stacey Strade Squires, CFA

Admiral Properties, LLC

Calvin Tanabe
Calvin T. Tanabe, MD

Microneurosurgical Consultants

Jim Winkler
James H. Winkler

Winkler Development Corporation

Jay Zidell
Jay Zidell

Zidell Companies

Life trustees

Jean F. Bates, BS ‘59, MSN ‘71
Kenneth R. Berg, DMD ‘57
Susan W. Black
George H. Caspar, MD ‘61, R ‘70
John D. Eskildsen
James D. Fearl, MD ‘65
Walter H. Grebe, JD
Lesley M. Hallick, PhD
Joseph J. Hanna, Jr., JD, LLM
Michael G. Holmes
The Honorable Elizabeth K. Johnson

Frank Jungers
Peter O. Kohler, MD, DSc
Robert D. Kraus
Ruth H. Layton
Joanne M. Lilley
Joseph D. Matarazzo, PhD
Ernest H. McCall
Robert G. Murray
George J. Passadore
Carmen E. Phillips
Ronald K. Ragen

Daniel C. Regis
Joseph E. Robertson Jr., MD R ‘82, MBA
Richard A. Rubinstein
James H. Rudd
Cornelia Hayes Stevens
Phyllis J. Sutter
Hank Swigert
Keith L. Thomson
Ronald E. Timpe
Theodore J. Vigeland, MD ‘68, R ‘77

About the board

The OHSU Foundation is governed by a volunteer board of trustees comprised of civic and business leaders. Trustees are responsible for formulating long-range goals and policies for the foundation. Board members exhibit a broad range of skills and experience in order to effectively carry out their fiduciary responsibilities. Specifically, backgrounds in management, finance and audit, administration, investment and nonprofit management are beneficial, as well as an understanding of academic medical centers. Board members are philanthropically minded and support Oregon Health & Science University with significant gifts. Members are advocates for OHSU’s vital mission and have the capacity and willingness to influence others to support the organization. Board members exhibit these characteristics: intelligence, mature judgment, highest personal and professional ethics, objectivity and superior communication skills. We seek diversity in ethnicity, gender, geography and profession to bring a variety of perspectives and voices to the board.