In addition to serving on seven boards for community based and regional organizations and recently being named the lead for two new major projects for Holy Rosary Healthcare, Jackie Muri developed an aggressive growth plan for 2012 that will expand the influence and effectiveness of Holy Rosary Healthcare.
Global Health Equity forums brought together a diverse group: city leaders, nurses, hospital CEOs, physicians, business owners, and other community leaders from across eastern Montana. The sheer excitement of these participants was impressive. People met and discussed what the real issues were and how to potentially solve them. They set priorities, and decided where best to begin. It worked because we involved all the key stakeholders. We moved the envelope as to when things could get done. — Jackie Muri
With his years of experience as an attorney, as an active supporter of community events and causes, as an advisor to educational institutions, and as an experienced member of many advisory boards associated with non-profit organizations, Jim Lucas is one of our most valued members of the Global Health Equity Foundation team.
Nancy Rosaaen is CEO of McCone County Health Center. She also works with the Montana Hospital Association Frontier Project (F-CHIP) and with Montana Virtual Care Network (steering committee). Rosaaen contributes to work done to fulfill the goals of a telemedicine grant received through Montana Health Network (MHN); is a member of the MHN Education Advisory Committee; is a member of the Eastern Montana Area Health Education Center (AHEC); and is on the Advisory Board of the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) committee.