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Contact any of our Board Members by emailing Correspondence sent to the Trustees regards public matters and is part of the public record.

Until further notice, board meetings will be held virtually. For information about how to attend, call executive assistant Morgan Gurney at 307-739-4996.

In 2020, the Board of Trustees will meet on the following dates, with public sessions at 4:00 pm (unless otherwise noted):

2021 meetings:

  • Thursday, January 28
  • Tuesday, February 23
  • Thursday, March 25
  • Thursday, April 22
  • Wednesday, May 26
  • Tuesday, June 18
  • Thursday, July 15 at 12pm
  • Thursday, August 26
  • Thursday, September 30
  • Thursday, October 28
  • Thursday, December 2

If you have any questions, please call executive assistant Morgan Gurney at 307-739-4996.

Board Members

Cynthia Hogan, Chair

Ms. Hogan has a wealth of experience in the health care industry, both as a professional and as a patient advocate assisting family through serious medical conditions. She has over 30 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, having worked for Novartis for the last 20 years. Among other things, she established a Patient Services Center to provide reimbursement support and disease education to patients with specialty diseases. She was the co-chair of a Novartis executive women’s organization, leading its growth from 50 to over 1,000 members. Ms. Hogan also helped with strategic planning to prepare the corporation for changes brought on by the Affordable Care Act. Ms. Hogan has served on a variety of nonprofit boards including New Jersey Hospice. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Ms. Hogan co-founded Quarantine Cuisine, a service helping to fight food insecurities by delivering meals and groceries to individuals in mandatory or self-imposed quarantine. Appointed April 2015 – Current Term Ends November 2024.

Sue Critzer, Vice Chair

Sue is a seasoned executive with over thirty years of experience in the medical device and automotive industries. She holds a BSME from Kettering University and an MBA from University of Michigan. Before retiring to Jackson, she was CEO of two medical device start-ups and served on the boards of several companies in the Twin Cities area. She also served as an adjunct professor and Board of Governors member at the University of St. Thomas School of Engineering in St. Paul, MN, where she helped create a new medical device concentration in the graduate engineering program and lectured on innovation and entrepreneurship. Sue began her career with General Motors, where she held a number of engineering, quality control, and management positions. Sue is a past president of the St. John’s Health Auxiliary. She also volunteers with the Friends of Pathways, and enjoys spending time skiing, biking, fishing, and hiking. She and her husband Kevin have lived in Wilson full time since 2007. Appointed October 2010, Initially Elected 2020 – Current Term Ends November 2022.

Debby Hopkins, Trustee

Debby Hopkins is an independent board member and an active advisor to early stage companies. Her C-suite experiences in finance, technology and innovation across multiple industries allow her to bring a unique view to support management teams in pursuit of growth.

She serves on the board of directors at Union Pacific, Marsh & McLennan, Virtusa and Deep Instinct. Previously she was Treasurer at St. John’s Health Foundation.

Debby was founder and CEO of Citi Ventures based in Silicon Valley, and Citi’s first Chief Innovation Officer from 2008-2016. Debby joined Citi in 2003. She was Chief Operations & Technology Officer from 2003-2005 and later a senior advisor to Citi’s Investment Bank winning IPOs including VMware, Palo Alto Networks, Arista and Qliktech. Debby retired from Citi in December 2016.

Prior to Citi she served as Chief Financial Officer at The Boeing Company and Lucent Technologies. She was General Auditor at General Motors, VP of Finance at GM Europe, and Corporate Controller at Unisys. She started her career at Ford.

Fortune twice placed Debby in the top 10 most powerful women in business.

Appointed June 2020, Initially Elected 2020 – Current Term Ends November 2022.

C. Scott Gibson, Treasurer

Scott Gibson is actively involved in the high technology industry, and has served on the boards of many non-profits, large and small, over the last 35 years as well. From 1983 through 1992, Mr. Gibson co-founded and served as president and co-CEO of Sequent Computer Systems, Inc., a computer systems company, which grew from start-up to 2500 employees. Before co-founding Sequent, Mr. Gibson served as general manager, Memory Components Operation, at Intel Corporation. Since 1992, Mr. Gibson has been a full-time professional director to high technology companies. Mr. Gibson serves on the boards of several other companies and non-profit organizations, including Radisys Corporation, where he is Chair of the Board, Triquint Semiconductor, Inc., Pixelworks, Inc., and NW Natural. He served nearly 10 years on the Oregon Health and Sciences University Governing Board, and serves on the board of the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole. Mr. Gibson holds a BSEE and a MBA from the University of Illinois. Appointed December 2011, Initially Elected 2012 – Current Term Ends November 2024.

Michael Tennican

Michael Tennican is a management and economic consultant. He provides counsel and expert witness testimony on strategic and financial issues for major US and international companies, particularly in the energy sector. He began his professional career as a professor of finance at the Harvard Business School, then moved on to become a senior vice president and a director of two management and economic consulting firms that are now both subsidiaries of the Marsh & McLennan Companies. He also has long been involved with startup companies, most recently a medical research and development company, Hyprotek, Inc., focused on the prevention of infectious diseases. He holds a BS in electrical engineering from Stanford and MBA and doctoral degrees from Harvard. His wife, Jennifer, is a documentary filmmaker. Her films include The Stagecoach Bar: An American Crossroads and Far Afield: A Conservation Love Story, among others. Appointed August 2009, Initially Elected November 2010 – Current Term Ends November 2022.

Joe Albright

Joe Albright and his wife Marcia Kunstel operate the Flat Creek Ranch, an historic wilderness dude ranch in Jackson Hole, WY. Joe is a retired newspaper correspondent and author. During the 1960s-1990s, he worked as a news correspondent in Washington and in more than 40 foreign countries for Newsday and the Cox Newspapers. Joe is a member of the advisory board of the American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming. He is past president of the board of the Rotary Foundation of Jackson Hole and past vice chair of the Wyoming Council for the Humanities, the Teton County Library Board, and the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum. Joe and his wife co-authored "Bombshell: The Secret Story of America's Unknown Atomic Spy Conspiracy" (Times Books/Random House, 1997) and "Their Promised Land: Arab and Jew in History's Cauldron - One Valley in the Jerusalem Hills" (Crown Books/Random House, 1990). Appointed August 2009, Elected November 2010 – Current Term Ends November 2022.

Bruce Hayse, MD

One of the longest-serving, and better-known, family practitioners in the valley, Dr. Bruce Hayse was born in Oregon. Always an avid outdoorsman, Bruce worked for the U.S. Forest Service in Idaho and earned a MS in plant ecology from the University of Wisconsin before graduating from the University of Oregon medical school. Before moving to Jackson in 1983 with his wife and two daughters, Bruce co-founded the environmental group Earth First! He remains a conservation activist today, serving on the boards of the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance, Western Wetlands Project, and Wyoming Wilderness Association. His family practice office is on Broadway in downtown Jackson. Bruce was named "Citizen of the Year" in 1992 by the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce. Elected November 2008 – Current Term Ends November 2024.

Board Advisors

Bill Best

William Best is a recently retired partner with A.T. Kearney, a global management consulting firm with 35 offices and roughly $1 billion in revenue. As a senior member of the management team, Mr. Best served on the firm’s Board of Directors and the Compensation Committee, while maintaining P&L responsibility for the Asia Pacific region, and the Americas region at various times in his career. In Asia for 12 years, Mr. Best re-started a struggling operation in Tokyo, and eventually grew the Asia business to 11 offices and $100 million in revenue. Later, he was responsible for the Americas region, the firm’s largest and most profitable. His consulting professional work involved marketing, distribution and operations, in a variety of industries, particularly consumer products, automotive, and medical devices. Stepping down from line responsibilities, he oversaw the firm’s internal operations, including information technology, marketing, resource centers, office services, legal, and human resources.

During his career, he has served on a number of charitable boards, including the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, Children’s Memorial Hospital of Chicago, St John’s Hospital Foundation, and the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan, among others. He recently served as the lay board member on the Board of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. He also serves on the Board of the Teton Literacy Center, the Jackson Hole Center for Global Affairs, and the Teton Back Country Horsemen.

Bill and his wife Martha have owned in Teton Valley for 34 years, and have lived here full time for the past 6 years. They have 4 children (2 of which live in Jackson), and 7 grandchildren. His hobbies include skiing, horseback riding, motorcycle riding, and antique wooden boats.

David J. Robertson

David J. Robertson is currently the senior vice president of Networks for Vizient, Inc. In this capacity, he coordinates and directs Vizient’s efforts to serve 59 member health systems representing over 200 hospitals and thousands of non-acute care organizations in 11 states. Vizient helps member hospitals and health systems implement supply chain efficiency strategies, improve clinical performance and accelerate knowledge transfer to improve health care operations overall.

Prior to joining Vizient, Robertson served as president and chief executive officer of the Monongalia Health System in Morgantown, WV. Prior to that, for 18 years he served as CEO of Duncan Regional Hospital in Duncan, OK.

Robertson holds a master’s degree in public health with a concentration in health administration and a master’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in marketing, obtaining both degrees from the University of Missouri in Columbia. He earned his bachelor’s degree in health care administration, graduating summa cum laude, from Wichita State University in Wichita, KS. He is the recipient of numerous awards in the health care industry, including being named the outstanding young health care administrator in both Iowa and Oklahoma.

Marc Domsky, DO

Dr. Marc Domsky has been an anesthesiologist and pain management physician at St. John's Health for the last 17 years. Prior to arriving in Jackson with his wife, Dr. Lisa Finkelstein and his 2 daughters, Marc practiced in Michigan at Beaumont Health and Wayne State University where he did research on resuscitation for hemorrhagic shock secondary to trauma. He graduated from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency in anesthesiology after a year of general surgery at Botsford General Hospital, now part of Beaumont Health. Marc did his fellowship in critical care and trauma anesthesia at R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, Maryland. In addition, he completed a Masters in Business Administration in Healthcare at the Haub School of Business of Saint Joseph's University.

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