EvergreenHealth appoints two community members to committees

EvergreenHealth is pleased to announce the recent appointment of two community members to its volunteer board committees, which work collaboratively with the EvergreenHealth Board of Commissioners to guide organizational decisions in keeping with the health system’s mission and vision.

  • Wednesday, September 30, 2015 8:39pm
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EvergreenHealth is pleased to announce the recent appointment of two community members to its volunteer board committees, which work collaboratively with the EvergreenHealth Board of Commissioners to guide organizational decisions in keeping with the health system’s mission and vision.

Todd Banks, long-time president of Kenmore Air, has joined the Construction & Planning Committee, and certified treasury professional Beth Fleury assumes a role on the Audit and Finance Committee.

“It’s a great privilege to work alongside these community leaders who each bring a wealth of experience and business insight to their respective committees, which will help serve EvergreenHealth’s mission to advance the health of our greater community,” said Al DeYoung, chair of EvergreenHealth’s Board of Commissioners. “We are proud to welcome them to our organization.”

Banks is an active member of Bothell’s Northshore community and has invested time volunteering for the Rotary Club of Woodinville and Kenmore Economic Development Committee. He has served on the Northshore School Board and attended the University of Oregon.

Fleury is the manager of cash and investments for Alaska Airlines, and has held various other banking positions at well-known Seattle companies including Eddie Bauer and Christiana Bank. She attended Gonzaga University and is a member of the National Association for Financial Professionals.

In addition to appointing volunteer community members to its committees, the EvergreenHealth Board of Commissioners receives input from more than 30 Community Advisors on important issues throughout the year. Community Advisors serve three-year terms and attend periodic educational sessions focusing on health care issues affecting the community.

EvergreenHealth is currently recruiting volunteers for its Community Advisors program and applications are available online at www.evergreenhealth.com/advisors.

To learn more about EvergreenHealth, visit www.evergreenhealth.com.

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