Jane Carlile of Provo recently received the 2012 William N. Jones Trustee of Excellence award in recognition of her volunteer leadership service as a trustee of Intermountain Healthcare.
Carlile was selected from among Intermountain's 450 volunteer trustees for the award, which is given annually to board members who have been exceptionally effective in helping Intermountain achieve its mission. This honor is named for Bill Jones, who chaired Intermountain Healthcare's board from its creation in 1975 until 1990. Intermountain trustees serve without pay and oversee Intermountain policies, goals, and expectations for management. They ensure Intermountain effectively strives to fulfill its mission of providing excellent healthcare to patients and to the community.
Jane Carlile is a former Provo City Council member and has served on a variety of boards, including Habitat for Humanity, Neighborhood Housing Services of Provo, Boys and Girls Club, Provo City Energy, Intermountain's Women's Advisory Council for the Urban South Region, and the Workforce Services Board for Utah County. She has been a volunteer for Hospice and the Women and Children in Crisis Center. She is currently an instructor for Turning Point at Utah Valley University. She has a bachelor's degree in Psychology and Social Work from Utah State University.
Carlile first became an Intermountain trustee in 2003, when she joined the Governing Board of the Urban South Region, covering Intermountain services in the Utah Valley area. She became chair of that board in 2005, and in 2006 she was also appointed to the Intermountain Board of Trustees.