Troy Oldham - Executive Director for the Foundation
Troy Oldham is the executive director of the Logan Regional Hospital Foundation and also serves as Logan Regional Hospital Communications director. Troy is a graduate from the number one ranked international business school, Thunderbird School of Global Management, and launched his career with 11 years working for the Microsoft Corporation. He has been all across the world implementing marketing and sales campaigns. Troy speaks Mandarin Chinese. Troy has held many executive level positions in sales, marketing, public relations, online media, and analyst relations. His most recent position was executive director of Marketing and Branding for the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University. Troy lives with his wife, Anita, and four active and fun-loving children in North Logan.
Christina Roberts - Development Specialist
Christina Roberts has been with the Logan Regional Hospital Foundation since 2009. In her role as development specialist for Logan Regional Hospital Foundation, Christina has been instrumental in raising money to help bring interventional heart services to the valley, increasing healthcare services provided at the Cache Valley Community Health Clinic to community residents who do not have access to health insurance, and helping children with special needs have better access to specialized services and equipment at Logan Regional Pediatric Rehabilitation. She has a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s degree in public administration with an emphasis in non-profit organization. Prior to working with the Foundation, Christina also served as the development officer for Planned Parenthood Association of Utah in Salt Lake City, and as the community coordinator for the South Valley Sanctuary in West Jordan.
Tammy Selley - Administrative Assistant
Tammy has worked as the secretary for the Logan Regional Hospital Foundation for last 4 years. She is well acquainted with Logan Regional Hospital as she has been employed for 27 years in Administration Offices. She has been a great asset to the Foundation and manages the financial matters of the organization. Tammy and her husband, Tony, have three children and live in North Logan.