Board Nominations

The FY2022 CHA Governance Committee, chaired by Carolina Reyes, MD, met virtually on November 17, 2021 to begin the FY2023 new board member recruitment cycle. Attending the meeting were committee members, Sr. Ricca Dimalibot, CCVI, MA, MD, FAAFP, Cathleen P. Eldridge, MBA, Joseph Gage, Sr. Mary M. Haddad, RSM, MSW, MBA, Dougal G. Hewitt, Laura S. Kaiser, BS, MBA, MHA, FACHE, Richard Korman Esq., and Lawrence P. Schumacher, RN, MSN, FAAN.

The Committee engaged in a robust and productive dialogue of the current Board-approved list of competency-based criteria that guides its work, the current composition of the Board, the outgoing board members' competencies, demographic data, and which competencies to prioritize for the FY2023 class. Committee members spent time listening to and considering all points of view with respect to how best to ensure a diverse, well-rounded, and stable Board.

Following a full discussion, the Committee agreed on the following recruitment priorities this year:

  • Ability to influence national policy;
  • Clinical experience at various levels of the delivery system;
  • Ability to maintain/influence a network of church relationships;
  • Experience with diversity, equity, and inclusion;
  • Experience in addressing workforce challenges (turnover/coping with pandemic challenges); and
  • Experience with patient accessibility by using technology and digital platforms.

Submit a Nomination

Any questions about the online nomination process or the recruitment criteria may be directed to CHA's General Counsel, Katie Hurley.

The deadline for nominations is Dec. 20, 2021.