Two new board members at Barnes-Jewish Hospital
ST. LOUIS, MO/March 19, 2017 (STL.News) Barnes-Jewish Hospital made an announcement on their website Friday, March 17, 2017 that two new board members had been appointed. They are Susan K. Goldberg and Thomas Hillman.
About Susan K. Goldberg
Goldberg started her career as a first grade teach developing her skills into a marketing career focusing on children and families. Her resume is impressive showing names such as Ralston Purina (a.k.a. Nestlé Purina), 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games and Holiday Inn Worldwide.
For the previous 15 years Goldberg has been a volunteer dedicating her time to a variety of non-profit boards dedicated to education and the wellness of the local community including: The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Jewish Federtation of St. Louis, The Magic House, St. Louis Children’s Museum, The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis, Ready Readers, Congregation Temple Israel and Parents as Teachers National Center. She has served in additional causes across the area as well.
About Thomas Hillman
Equally as impressive, Hillman, a general partners at Lewis & Clark Ventures, a venture capital equity growth fund based in St. Louis focusing on high potential Series A & B round investment opportunities in the midwest. Additionally, Hillman serves on the Board of Trustees at Washington University and the YPO Gold International Board.
Hillman has owned more than 50 companies in a variety of sectors. Additionally, Hillman serves on an Advisory Board of Automation Service and executive chairman of Pulse Therapeutics.
About Barnes-Jewish Hospital
Barnes-Jewish Hospital has 1,386 beds and is a teaching hospital affiliated with Washington University School of Medicine. Barnes employees approximately 1,519 medical staff members and has been listed in the elite U.S. News & World Report as one of the best hospitals for 24 consecutive years. Barnes is a member of BJC Healthcare who offers a broad range of health care services through 15 hospitals and more than 100 health care sites in Missouri and Illinois.
STL.News would like to congratulate both new board members.
Source: Barnes-Jewish Hospital
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