Intermountain Healthcare's trustees serve without pay, volunteering time and expertise. Board members set policy, create goals, evaluate management’s performance, and ensure Intermountain operates in the best interest of the community. In addition to trustees serving on our central Board, trustees also serve on governing boards for hospitals and other care services, as well as charitable foundation boards.

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Gail Miller, Board Chair

Ms. Miller is owner of Larry H. Miller Group of Companies, where she is actively engaged in various operations and serves as chair of the advisory board. She is chair of the board of trustees for Salt Lake Community College, serves on the National Advisory Council for the University of Utah, and holds an honorary alumna award from Brigham Young University. Ms. Miller is the recipient of two honorary degrees: a Doctor of Humanities from Weber State University, and a Doctor of Humane Letters from Salt Lake Community College. In 2012, the Intermountain Healthcare Research and Medical Foundation honored Ms. Miller with the Legacy of Life Award.

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F. Ann Millner, EdD, Board Vice Chair

Dr. Millner is serving as a Utah State Senator, and 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. Millner currently serves on the Board of Directors for Merit Medical and the Advisory Board for Zions Bank. In addition, she is 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.

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A. Scott Anderson, Chair Emeritus

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

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S. Neal Berube, Board Trustee

Mr. 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. Mr. Berube currently serves on boards for the National Grocers Association, Utah Food Industry, Wells Fargo Northern Utah Community Board, Ogden Industrial Development Corporation, Weber Economic Development Corporation, McKay‐Dee Hospital Center, Intermountain Organ Donor Recovery Services, and the Dialysis Research Foundation. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Weber State University and is a certified public accountant.

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Spencer F. Eccles, Board Trustee

Mr. Eccles is chairman emeritus of the Intermountain Banking Region of Wells Fargo & Co. 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, a distinction it still held at the time of its 2000 merger with Wells Fargo. During more than 46 years in banking, he served on boards including the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Union Pacific, the U.S. National Parks Foundation, and the Organizing Committee for Utah’s 2002 Olympic Winter Games. He remains a board member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 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 chairman and CEO of the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation and a board member of five other Eccles family foundations. He has a bachelor's degree in banking and finance from the University of Utah and a master’s degree from Columbia’s Graduate School of Business.

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Karen W. Fairbanks, Board Trustee

Ms. Fairbanks manages a national purchasing cooperative in the underground piping industry with her husband. Previously, they owned and operated the industrial piping firm W.R. White Company. Her community experience includes leadership positions in the Junior League of Ogden, the Ogden Nature Center, Ogden Symphony Ballet Association, Utah Girl Scout Council, South Ogden Planning Commission, and Intermountain’s McKay‐Dee Hospital Foundation. She was appointed to Intermountain’s McKay‐Dee Hospital Board of Trustees in 1998 and was named chair of that board in 2009. She also serves as a trustee from Weber County to the Weber Basin Water Conservancy District. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah.

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Daniel G. Gomez, Board Trustee

Mr. Gomez is president of Gomez Corp. Financial Advisors and Insurance and has 22 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 vice chair, and has served on the Intermountain Community Care Foundation board since 2011. Mr. Gomez is also chairman of the Champions for Children Charity Golf Tournament, benefiting the Utah Council for Crime Prevention.

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Karen Hale, Board Trustee

Ms. Hale is special initiatives director for Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson. She has served on Intermountain’s Primary Children’s Medical Center Board of Trustees since 2008 and was chair from 2010‐2015. During her two terms in the Utah State Senate (1998‐2006), she was a member of the Transportation and Public Safety Committee, the Education Committee, the Public Education Appropriations Subcommittee, and Executive Appropriations. Ms. Hale has been a strong advocate for public education and the health and safety of Utah families. She is a University of Utah graduate.

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A. Marc Harrison, MD, President and Chief Executive Officer

Under Dr. Harrison’s leadership, Intermountain is continuing its focus on implementing best clinical and operational practices designed to advance its mission of helping people live the healthiest lives possible. A specialist in pediatric critical care, Dr. Harrison held leadership positions at Cleveland Clinic prior to joining Intermountain. He most recently served as Chief of International Business Development for Cleveland Clinic, developing and implementing international strategy, and as CEO of Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, where he oversaw the establishment of 12 Institutes, five centers of excellence, and more than 30 medical and surgical specialties. Dr. Harrison earned an undergraduate degree at Haverford College and a medical degree at Dartmouth Medical School. He completed a residency and an internship in pediatric critical care through the University of Utah School of Medicine, working primarily in the critical care units of Intermountain’s Primary Children’s Hospital. Dr. Harrison later received a master’s of Medical Management from Carnegie Mellon University and completed additional study in management at Harvard Business School.

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Steven D. Huebner, Board Trustee

Mr. Huebner is a retired partner of the audit, tax, and advisory firm KPMG and directed audit and financial services for several healthcare, higher education, and nonprofit organizations. As a consultant, he advises boards and management teams in developing and improving financial reporting systems and processes. Prior to his partner role with KPMG, Mr. Huebner was with the accounting firm Arthur Anderson in Seattle for 28 years. During his career, Mr. Huebner has worked with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Oregon Health & Science University, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Seattle University, University of Washington, UW Medicine, and Virginia Mason Medical Center. He received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Washington.

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Audrey A. Jiricko, MD, Board Trustee

Dr. Audrey Jiricko is a practicing, board‐certified obstetrician/gynecologist and has been with the Intermountain Medical Group since 2004. She has been a member of the Intermountain Medical Group Board and served as the vice‐chair since January 2018. She is also member of the Intermountain Healthcare Accountable Care, LLC Board of Managers since its inception in 2017. Dr. Jiricko is a faculty member of the McKay‐Dee Family Medicine Residency Program and served as the assistant department chair of the Department of OB/GYN at McKay‐Dee Hospital from 2008‐2012. For the last four years, she has served on the Utah Domestic Violence Coalition and the Board of Directors YWCA. She has worked with OB/GYNs, MFMs, psychiatrists, and community health clinics to improve access to care for pregnant women with substance abuse disorders.

Dr. Jiricko received her Bachelor of Arts from Vanderbilt University in Nashville and her Doctor of Medicine from the Indiana University School of Medicine in 1998. She completed her residency training at the Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. She is married with two children and her family is frequently found outside backpacking, canyoneering, cross country skiing, and cycling.

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Crystal Maggelet, Board Trustee

Crystal Call Maggelet is the CEO and president of FJ Management Inc., a diversified family business. Its wholly owned subsidiaries include Maverik, a 300 convenience store chain, and Big West Oil petroleum refinery. FJ Management also has a minority stake in Pilot Flying J, the largest travel center operator in the U.S. In addition to her role as chair of the FJ Management Board, she is a director and chair of the Audit Committee on the Pilot Flying J Board of Managers and a director on the Savage Services Board. Maggelet also serves on the Zions Bank Advisory Board and Utah State University Board of Trustees. Maggelet holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Pepperdine University as well as an MBA from Harvard. Recently, Utah State University awarded her an honorary doctorate degree in business. Maggelet is actively involved in managing the family’s charitable giving through the FJ Impact Fund, which focuses on education and scholarships.

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Arnold Milstein, MD, Board Trustee

Dr. Milstein is the medical director of the Pacific Business Group on Health, a business coalition that seeks to improve the quality and availability of healthcare while moderating cost. In July 2010, Dr. Milstein was appointed a tenured professor of medicine at Stanford University, where he directs the Clinical Excellence Research Center, which is dedicated to accelerating innovations in healthcare delivery. He currently advises and previously directed clinical consulting at Mercer, a global consulting firm that acquired National Medical Audit, a national company that he founded and led.

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Matt C. Packard, Board Trustee

Mr. Packard is president, CEO, and chairman of the Board for Central Bank—a community bank with 10 locations in Utah County. Mr. Packard is a fifth‐generation banker who began 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. Mr. Packard has served on state and national banking committees. He is past chair of the Utah Bankers Association and Western Independent Bankers Association. Mr. Packard also serves on the Intermountain Healthcare South Region board and is presently its board chair. He has been active in his local community as a past president of the Springville Chamber of Commerce and as a former elected city councilman in Springville.

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Patricia Ravert, PhD, RN, Board Trustee

Ms. Ravert has served on the South Region Board since January 2013 and currently serves on the Clinical Excellence Committee of the Intermountain Board. Ms. Ravert became the dean of the College of Nursing at Brigham Young University (BYU) in August 2012 after serving as an associate dean for several years. In 1975 she completed her undergraduate degree in nursing at BYU and began a professional career with Intermountain Healthcare for over 20 years. She returned to BYU and obtained a master’s degree in nursing administration. In 2004 she completed a doctorate degree from the University of Utah. She joined the BYU faculty in 1999 and taught senior nursing courses as well as served as the coordinator of the Nursing and Learning Center and Clinical Simulation Laboratory.

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Michael Scheuller, MD, Board Trustee

Dr. Scheuller is a board‐certified otolaryngologist/head and neck surgeon who has practiced at McKay‐Dee Hospital with the Intermountain Medical Group since 2005. He takes care of patients with head and neck cancers, thyroid cancers, and salivary gland tumors. Given his background of working at Phoenix Children’s Hospital prior to coming to Intermountain, he also has a robust pediatric otolaryngology practice. Dr. Scheuller was elected to the Intermountain Medical Group Board in 2010 and has served continuously during that time. At McKay‐Dee Hospital, Dr. Scheuller has also served on the McKay‐Dee Surgery Center Board, which is a joint venture partnership between Intermountain Healthcare and a coalition of surgeons in the Weber and Davis County region. He enjoys teaching residents and has been appointed a faculty member of both the McKay‐Dee Family Medicine Residency as well as a clinical professor at the University of Utah Department of Surgery. He has also served as the representative for otolaryngology on the McKay‐Dee Surgical Council since its inception. Dr. Scheuller is an innovator and helped develop a hemostatic, dissolvable nasal sinus dressing that has become one of the most popular dressings used in sinus surgery today in this country.

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Karyn Springer, MD, Board Trustee

Dr. Springer serves as chair of the Intermountain Medical Group Board. She is a family medicine physician at the Intermountain North Orem Clinic and a faculty member of Intermountain's Utah Valley Family Medicine Residency Program. Previously, Dr. Springer has held leadership positions as an InstaCare coordinator, Physician Advisory Council member, and as a regional representative. After completing bachelor's degrees in developmental psychology and biology at Stanford University, Dr. Springer received her medical degree from the University of Utah.

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Janice Ugaki, Board Trustee

Janice Ugaki is the CEO and Cofounder of Firmseek, an award‐winning marketing and technology company based in Washington, D.C. She frequently joins leading experts in speaking on technology and business development issues around the country. Before starting her company 18 years ago, Ugaki lectured at Harvard Law School, designed and taught courses at Harvard College, and worked in the corporate departments of law firms in Tokyo, New York, San Francisco, Boston, and Salt Lake City.

Ugaki received her J.D. from Harvard Law School and was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Utah with an Honors B.S. in finance, an Honors B.A. in political science, and a minor in Japanese.

Ugaki currently serves on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for the Association of American Rhodes Scholars, is the chair of the Park City Hospital Foundation Board, a member of the Park City Hospital Governing Board, a member of the University of Utah’s Presidential Selection Committee, the co‐chair of the University of Utah Honors College National Advisory Board, and a board member of the Park City Education Foundation. Ugaki is also an adjunct professor at the University of Utah’s Honors College where she has taught an Honors Leadership class for the past four years.

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James N. Weinstein, MD, Board Trustee

James N. Weinstein, MD, recently retired as chief executive officer and president of Dartmouth‐Hitchcock Health. The $1.9 billion system includes New Hampshire’s only academic medical center and a network of affiliated hospitals and clinics across Vermont and New Hampshire, serving a patient population of about 2 million. 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 bistate health system, he created an operating model based in population health—helping transition the region from fee‐for‐service toward more global payments. He built partnerships with a variety of providers throughout northern New England and the United States, to deliver optimum care at lowest cost to patients in the region.

Before becoming CEO in 2011, Dr. Weinstein 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 Health Care, which for decades has documented the ongoing variations in health care delivery across the United States. His dual positions as clinic president and TDI director allowed him to build critical linkages between the groundbreaking health services research of TDI and the clinical care at Dartmouth‐Hitchcock, with a focus on better understanding and meeting the population health needs of the region Dartmouth‐Hitchcock serves.