Two new members of Northwestern Medical Center’s Board of Directors were elected at a recent NMC Board of Incorporators meeting. Senator Corey Parent and Barbara Toof became the newest members of NMC’s governing board and begin serving in those positions in January.
NMC’s Incorporators provide an integral connection between NMC and its community. The Incorporators electing NMC’s Board, approve its bylaws, and serve as local advocates and ambassadors.
Also at the November meeting, the Board of Incorporators added nine new members to its membership. The new Incorporators include:
- Jacqueline Boudreau of St. Albans City
- Karl Cunningham of St. Albans City
- Martita Giard of Fairfield
- Matthew Habedank of Bakersfield
- Carrie Johnson of St. Albans Town
- Joyce Judy of Waterbury
- Betsy Liley of St. Albans Town
- Michael McCarthy of Georgia
- Tami St. Marie of St. Albans Town
Parent and Toof have deep community ties. Barbara is a resident of St. Albans is works at People’s Trust Company. She has 30 years of experience in financial services and has serves as a Patient & Family Advisor at the University of Vermont Medical Center. Corey and his family live in St. Albans and he works at Hickock & Boardman while representing Franklin County and Alburgh in the Vermont Senate. Corey has served in the legislature for five years and has served on the Boards of Franklin County Home Health Agency and Samaritan House.
Two members of the Board of Directors recently finished their three-year terms: Kevin Manahan and Bill O’Connor, both of St. Albans. Re-elected to second terms on the NMC Board were Jake Holzscheiter and Dawn Bugbee. NMC appreciates the dedication these board members have shown, and welcomes the new board members to the team.