September 2005

Catholic Health Initiatives Welcomes New Trustees


Catholic Health Initiatives has welcomed four new members to its Board of Stewardship Trustees, each with a distinguished record of service and unique perspective on health care. They are:

09-05New Trustees

Daniel J. Harrington As chief financial officer of Saint Luke's Foundation, Daniel Harrington is responsible for financial management functions, including accounting, investment management, treasury, budget and financial reporting. He coordinates the activities of two committees of the foundation's Board of Trustees: the Finance Committee and the Investment Committee. Harrington has more than 35 years of financial management experience, including four years at Saint Luke's Foundation; 27 years at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation (he retired as chief financial officer in 1999); and four years at Ernst & Young. He holds a degree in accounting from John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio, and a master's degree in business administration from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. Martha Walsh, SC, RN Currently an adjunct professor in the field of theological health care ethics and business ethics at the College of Mount St. Joseph, Sister Martha has also served as executive councilor for the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati. She has many years of experience as a nurse, nurse administrator and assistant professor of nursing. She also spent 15 years as a nurse-midwife practitioner and educator in the United States and Malawi, Africa. Sister Martha has a bachelor's degree in nursing and a master's degree in religious studies from the College of Mount St. Joseph, Cincinnati, Ohio; and a master's degree in nursing from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Mary Jo Potter Mary Jo Potter is managing partner and chief executive officer of highperlink, an international human capital management consulting firm. She has more than 30 years of business experience, much of it providing organizational effectiveness and performance improvement consulting. Prior to becoming chief executive of highperlink, she was senior vice president and governance practice leader for Sibson Consulting Group. She has served a number of health care industry organizations as a consultant, and was previously a member of the board of Catholic Healthcare West. She holds a master's degree from Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., and a bachelor's degree from Siena Heights University, Adrian, Mich. Andrea J. Lee, IHM, PhD Since 1998, Sister Andrea has been president of the College of St. Catherine, the largest Catholic college for women in the United States. Prior to her current role, she was interim president and executive vice president of Marygrove College, Detroit, Mich. Her civic activities include serving on the boards of the Minnesota Private College Council, the Catholic Community Foundation and the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities. She is an accomplished liturgical musician, playing flute and piano. She has a master's degree and a doctorate in educational administration from Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa.; a bachelor's degree in music and elementary education from Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, Ill.; and an associate degree in Italian language.