Our volunteer Board of Trustees is comprised of community leaders and physicians who provide guidance and strategic leadership for the hospital’s operations.
He is board certified in both general and vascular surgery and has practiced medicine in Olympia since 1988. He is a a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a member of the Society for Vascular Surgery, Pacific Northwest Vascular Society, Washington State Medical Association and Thurston-Mason Medical Society.
Colleen received her Accredited Investment Fiduciary® designation and through this coursework, and her 18 years of executive-level experience in the nonprofit sector, acquired a thorough knowledge of fiduciary responsibility and the Global Fiduciary Standard of Excellence, and applies these standards in her practice with institutions and individuals.
Colleen is a native Washingtonian, born in Spokane. She has a Bachelors Degree in Social Work from Eastern Washington University and a dual Masters degree in Public Administration/Health Administration from Portland State University.
She believes giving back to our community is imperative and currently serves as Treasurer of Pope John Paul II High School in Lacey, WA. She is a past president of the South Puget Sound Estate Planning Council and served on the Board of the Rotary Club of Olympia. In 2005-2006, she taught a graduate-level class on mission-based nonprofit management for the Masters in Public Administration program at The Evergreen State College. Since 1993, she has served as a consultant to nonprofit organizations, and has a broad range of experience in organizational development, fundraising, leadership training, and financial management.
Colleen and her husband Patrick live in Olympia with their dogs, Darby and Molly. In her spare time, she loves to play golf, cook, and garden.
Her consulting work has been diverse and includes community, organizational and infrastructure projects. She completed a master’s degree in public administration from City University of New York, and is a graduate of the Senior Executives in Local Government Program JFK School of Public Service at Harvard. She received her undergraduate degree from The Evergreen State College.
In January 2017 Cheryl was appointed as a Board Director for the Seattle Branch of the San Francisco Reserve Bank. She serves on the Thurston County Chamber and the Governor’s WA Military Transition Council.
Cheryl is an articulate advocate for rural communities, issues of poverty and inequity and the redemptive power of work and quality employment. Cheryl joined our Board this past February.
Building a top-notch company culture to match the top-notch project performance and financial portfolio of SCJ is Jean’s passion. Balancing financial growth and stability with generous employee benefits and recognition programs takes both technical and soft skills. Jean brings both to everything she does. As a planner by training she always keeps her eye on the horizon while taking care of the day to day issues that arise at SCJ. Jean was recognized as a Woman of Influence by the Business Examiner Media Group for her Positivity, Passion and Energy. She has initiated many innovative programs to reinforce SCJ’s unique and acclaimed company culture. Jean strives to bring humor, honesty, enthusiasm, kindness and magic into all her interactions.
Dr. Long received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Carleton College and medical doctorate from the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He completed his pathology residency and surgical pathology fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Mass. He is board certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology by the American Board of Pathology.
Prior to joining Capital, Mark served as CEO of San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital in Banning, Calif. There he was responsible for the leadership and management of this 79-bed general acute care community hospital in the Inland Empire area of Southern California.
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She worked for Ernst & Young’s Chicago office as a CPA for several years before beginning her gaming career with Bally Entertainment Corporation. She has served as the top financial executive for Lucky Eagle Casino & Hotel, Tulalip Casino and a Six Flags theme park and two of their waterparks in Northern California.
In 2015, Lisa was named Financial Executive of the Year by the Business Examiner for outstanding fiscal leadership and asset management. Lisa was born and raised in Illinois and earned her bachelor’s degree from Illinois State University.
Since moving to the Pacific Northwest in 1996, Lisa has served on the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Washington and Jump Start, in addition to serving on various committees for United Way.
In addition to serving on the Board of Trustees, she currently sits on the Funds Development Committee for the Evergreen Longhouse.
In her spare time, Lisa enjoys reading, “glamping” and spending time with friends and family, including her two Great Dane fur-babies.