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Intermountain Health Board of Trustees

Our unpaid trustees volunteer their time and expertise to ensure that we’re always operating in the best interests of the communities we serve.

Michael O. Leavitt

Board Chair

Mike Leavitt’s career is divided into three distinct parts. He spent nearly 20 years building businesses in the risk management sector, followed by 16 years in public service: governor of Utah for three terms (1993 to 2003), and two roles in the Cabinet of President George W. Bush—first as administrator of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (2003 to 2005) and then as secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services (2005 to 2009). Since leaving public service, Mike has focused on the advancement of value-based healthcare by building healthcare businesses. On a personal level, Mike is the oldest of six sons. He and wife Jackie have been married for more than 40 years. The Leavitts have five children and 15 grandchildren. Despite his imperfections at golf, it remains Mike’s hobby of choice. After 45 years, he finally scored his first hole-in-one on his 60th birthday.

Michael L. Fordyce

Michael L. Fordyce

Board Vice Chair

Mike Fordyce retired as president and chief executive officer of Craig Hospital in Denver, Colorado. In that 11-year role, he provided overall direction and leadership for the 93-bed, not-for-profit, free standing, acute care rehabilitation hospital which provides a comprehensive system of inpatient and outpatient care, rehabilitation, neurosurgical services, long term follow-up services, and extensive research programs for those affected by traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. Mike held prior corporate senior team positions with Catholic Health Initiatives in Denver, the Sisters of Charity Health Care Systems in Cincinnati and Revlon, Inc. in New York. Mike has broad governance experience as a director on many for- and not-for-profit boards. Mike received a bachelor’s degree in business administration and was cum laude graduate at University of Cincinnati and an advanced program for human resource executives at UCLA–John Anderson Graduate School of Business.

Robert Allen

Robert W. Allen

President and CEO

Rob Allen is president and CEO of Intermountain Health, a leading nonprofit health system headquartered in Utah with locations in seven states and operations across the western U.S. Before beginning his role as president and CEO in November 2022, Rob served as chief operating officer for five years. He was named as one of the top 25 COOs in healthcare by Modern Healthcare. Rob has served in executive leadership at Intermountain for 25 years. Under his leadership, Rob has helped propel Intermountain to national recognition as a leading model for innovating health and wellness solutions, increasing value, and improving affordability and accessibility to all. He led the system efforts to develop and launch innovative outreach, telehealth, and clinical shared service models. He led Intermountain’s nationally recognized operational work and continuous improvement culture to align providers, caregivers, and services across much of the interior west.

A. Scott Anderson

A. Scott Anderson

Board Trustee

Scott Anderson joined the Intermountain Health Board of Trustees in 2005 and became chair in 2012, serving until 2018. He is president and chief executive officer of Zions First National Bank, which he joined in 1990. Active in community affairs, Scott is currently serving on a number of business and non-profit boards. He has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and economics from Columbia University in New York and a master’s degree in economics and international studies from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.

Beth P. Beckman, RN

Beth P. Beckman, RN

Board Trustee

Beth Beckman, RN, is the former chief nursing executive for Yale New Haven Health, a leading integrated health system based in New Haven, Connecticut. Before retiring in 2023, Beth was responsible for developing and overseeing systemwide integration for key components of nursing, including nursing practice, staffing, education/development and communication. Before joining Yale New Haven Health, Beth served as vice president and chief nursing officer of Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. She had previously served at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center, including in a dual role as chief nursing officer and chief operating officer. Beth obtained her Doctor of Nursing Science degree from Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Master of Science in nursing—family nurse practitioner track from Arizona State University, and Bachelor of Science in nursing from the University of Arizona.

S. Neal Berube

S. Neal Berube

Board Trustee

Neal Berube is the former president and CEO of Associated Food Stores (AFS), an independent retailer-owned food distributor in Salt Lake City. He joined AFS in 1990, holding titles of executive vice president of AFS and president of Fresh Market, Inc., and chief operating officer and chief financial officer of AFS. Neal currently serves on boards for McKay-Dee Hospital, Intermountain Nevada, Brookshire Brothers Grocery, and Weber Central Sewer District. He is also the mayor of North Ogden, Utah. Neal graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Weber State University and is a certified public accountant.

Spencer F. Eccles

Spencer F. Eccles

Board Trustee

Spencer F. Eccles is chairman emeritus of the Intermountain Banking Region of Wells Fargo & Co. and chairman and CEO of the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, one of Utah’s largest charitable foundations that has awarded grants totaling more than $750 million. As chairman and CEO of First Security Corp. (1982-2000), he carried on the Eccles’ leadership of the nation’s oldest multi-state bank holding company, which merged with Wells Fargo in 2000. During more than 46 years in banking, Spencer served on boards including the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Union Pacific, the U.S. National Parks Foundation, and Utah’s 2002 Olympic Winter Games Organizing Committee. He currently serves as a board member of Envision Utah, Alta Ski Lifts, the U.S. Ski Team Foundation, and the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business, among others. He is also a board member of five other Eccles family charitable foundations, remaining one of Utah’s most influential advocates and philanthropists.

Daniel G. Gomez

Daniel G. Gomez

Board Trustee

Daniel Gomez is president of Gomez Corp Financial Advisory & Insurance and has more than 31 years of experience in the financial services industry, preceded by 18 years in the telecommunications industry. He has served on the SelectHealth Board since 2007, currently serving as its chair, and has served on the Intermountain Community Care Foundation board since 2011. Daniel also serves on the Women’s Leadership Institute Executive and Advisory Boards, as an advocate for elevating women in the workplace and in politics.

C. Gordon Howie

C. Gordon Howie

Board Trustee

Gordon Howie has been involved in healthcare investment banking for nearly 30 years. During his career in investment banking, he worked with a number of major multi-hospital healthcare systems across the country, including Catholic Health Initiatives, Catholic Health Partners, SSM Health System, and SCL Health. Gordon worked extensively in capital structuring, capital formation, and merger and acquisition activities. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Harvard College and master’s degree in finance from Harvard Business School.

Steven D. Huebner

Steven D. Huebner

Board Trustee

Steve Huebner retired as an audit partner with KPMG in 2012 and, subsequent to retirement, has provided financial reporting and advisory services to higher education, healthcare, and other not-for-profit organizations through his consulting and advisory firm, Huebner Advisory, LLC. Before becoming a partner with KPMG in 2002, Steve was a partner with Arthur Andersen. While at both KPMG and Andersen, his practice areas focused on higher education, healthcare, and large not-for-profit clients. During the last few years, he has served as the CFO of Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, which specializes in advanced cancer treatment and is an affiliate of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, University of Washington Medicine, and Seattle Children’s Hospital. He earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Washington and is a licensed CPA (retired) in the state of Washington.

F. Ann Millner, EdD

F. Ann Millner, EdD

Board Trustee

Ann Millner, EdD, is serving as a Utah State Senator where she chairs the Education Standing Committee and serves on the Economic Development and Workforce Services, Higher Education, and Public Education Appropriations committees. She is a regents professor and past president of Weber State University, where she has worked as an educator and administrator since 1982 and as president from 2002-2012. Ann currently serves on the Board of Directors for Merit Medical and the Advisory Board for Zions Bank. She is also chair of Ogden United and a member of the Advisory Board for the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute at the University of Utah and the Governor’s Task Force on Educational Excellence. She holds degrees from the University of Tennessee, Texas State University, and Brigham Young University.

Matt C. Packard

Matt C. Packard

Board Trustee

Matt Packard retired as president and CEO of Central Bank—a $2 billion community bank with 11 locations in Utah County. Matt is a fifth-generation banker who began his employment at Central Bank in 1976. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in business management and finance in 1978. He also graduated from the Pacific Coast School of Banking in 1985. Matt has served on a number of state and national banking committees. He is past chair of the Utah Bankers Association and Western Independent Bankers Association. He has been active in his local community as a past president of the Springville Chamber of Commerce and as a former city councilman. He is currently the mayor of Springville, Utah.

Kathryn A. Paul

Kathryn A. Paul

Board Trustee

Kathryn Paul retired as the president and CEO of Delta Dental of Colorado, during which time she served as the chair of the Delta Dental Plans Association. Previously, Kate served as president, group operations west, for Kaiser Permanente. She earned a bachelor’s in sociology from the University of California. Later, she received her master’s in public health from the University of California, Berkeley, where she majored in hospital administration. Kate completed the Advanced Management Program in 1984 at Harvard University. She is the past chair of the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Denver Branch. She currently serves as a director of the COPIC Companies, National Jewish Health, and the Denver Art Museum.

Janice Ugaki

Janice Ugaki

Board Trustee

Janice Ugaki is the co-founder and president of Firmseek, an award-winning strategic marketing and technology company based in Washington, D.C. Over the past 22 years, Janice has grown the company from an idea to one of the leading website and digital marketing companies in the U.S. She frequently joins leading experts in speaking on technology and business development issues around the country. Outside of work, Janice currently serves as the co-president of the 2,300-member Association of American Rhodes Scholars and sits on the Board of Directors. She is also an adjunct professor at the University of Utah’s Honors College where she designed and developed a Leadership Colloquium for outstanding honors college students. Janice serves on a wide range of publicly traded, private, and not-for-profit boards, including Zions Bank, Castell Health, Culmination Bio, the Truman Scholarship Advisory Council, the University of Utah National Advisory Council, the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, and the Park City Hospital Governing Board.

James N. Weinstein

James N. Weinstein, DO

Board Trustee

James Weinstein, DO, retired as chief executive officer and president of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health. Under his leadership, Dartmouth-Hitchcock worked to create a sustainable health system for the patients and communities it serves, for generations to come. As leader of a tristate health system, he created an operating model based in population health—helping transition the region from fee-for-service toward more global payments. He worked with three presidential administrations on healthcare reform. He built partnerships with a variety of providers throughout northern New England and the U.S. by creating the High Value Healthcare Collaborative (70 million patients, 70 thousand clinicians) to deliver optimum care at the lowest cost to patients in the region. Before becoming CEO in 2011, Jim served as president of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Clinic and was director of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice (TDI), home of the Dartmouth Atlas of HealthCare. He is a member of the National Academy of Medicine and served on their board for population health and led the first effort to advise Congress around health equity and recently our COVID response. He is currently senior vice president for Microsoft Health.

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