Board of Trustees

Officers

Gary W. Reynolds, C.G.M.A., Chair
Stephen T. Janik, J.D., Immediate Past Chair
J. Greg Ness, Vice Chair
Vincent P. Price, Treasurer
William A. Berg, Secretary
Matt W. McNair, President

Trustees

Rukaiyah Adams, J.D., M.B.A.
Stephen E. Babson. J.D.
Brad Blumenfeld
Maureen Casey
Jorge G. Casimiro
Alice B. Davies
Daniel M. Dorsa, Ph.D.
Ann Edlen
Mark Goodman
Patrick J. Green, J.D., LL.M. Tax
Michael P. Hagel
Kelly Kilkenny Hale
Mark T. Hattenhauer, M.D. ’66, R ‘72
George W. Hosfield
Danny O. Jacobs, MD, MPH, FACS
Don R. Kania, Ph.D.
Craig A. Kelly
John D. Kloucek, DMD ’86

Mary E. Lago, C.T.F.A.
Priscilla Wold Longfield
Jane B. McEldowney, B.S. ‘63
Xandra T. McKeown
Corey Morris-Singer, Ph.D.
Susie Papé
Chad Paulson
Selma Moon Pierce, D.D.S.
Richard A. Royse
Mary Lou Schrader
Rob Shick
Barbara A. Silver
Stacey Strade Squires, C.F.A.
Calvin T. Tanabe, M.D.
Jason P. Waxman
Roderick C. Wendt
James H. Winkler
Jay N. Zidell

Life trustees

Jean F. Bates, B.S. ‘59, M.S.N. ‘71
Kenneth R. Berg, D.M.D. ‘57
Susan W. Black
Paul E. Bragdon, J.D.
George H. Caspar, M.D. ‘61, R ‘70
John D. Eskildsen
James D. Fearl, M.D. ‘65
Lesley M. Hallick, Ph.D.
Joseph J. Hanna, Jr., J.D., LL.M.
Michael G. Holmes
The Hon. Elizabeth K. Johnson
Frank Jungers
Peter O. Kohler, M.D., D.Sc.
Robert D. Kraus
Ruth H. Layton
Joanne M. Lilley
Joseph D. Matarazzo, Ph.D.
Ernest H. McCall

Robert G. Murray
Shirley N. Papé, R.D.
George J. Passadore
Carmen E. Phillips
Ronald K. Ragen
Daniel C. Regis
Joseph E. Robertson, Jr., M.D. R ‘82, M.B.A.
Richard A. Rubinstein
James H. Rudd
Cornelia Hayes Stevens
Phyllis J. Sutter
Hank Swigert
Keith L. Thomson
Ronald E. Timpe
Theodore J. Vigeland, M.D. ‘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.