2018 ANNUAL REPORT
Two Join NorthBay Healthcare Foundation Board of Directors
The NorthBay Healthcare Foundation Board of Directors confirmed the addition of two new members in Dec. 2018.
Whit Whitman and Heidi Y. Campini will join the board of directors for three-year terms, effective January, 2019.
“Heidi has been a longtime supporter of NorthBay Healthcare, along with her late husband, Jim Lawrenz, who was serving as chairman of the board at the time of his passing in July, 2013,” said Dennis Landis, chairman of the NorthBay Healthcare Foundation board. “Through the years, Heidi has worked tirelessly to support NorthBay through donation of her time and treasure, and we look forward to having her join us as an official member of the Foundation team.”
Whit Whitman retired from the U.S. Air Force as a commander of 708th Military Airlift Squadron after a 21-year career. He has been a member of the Vacaville Unified School District board of directors since 2009, is a past president of the Vacaville Library Commission and is also a retired airline pilot. He was named Vacaville Chamber of Commerce’s Public Servant of the Year in 2017.
“Whit and his wife, Laura, have been supporters of NorthBay for many years. We are looking forward having him serve, in this new role, as an ambassador for NorthBay through his community involvement.”
“NorthBay is fortunate to have such generous and committed leaders who are willing to help the Foundation maintain momentum as the fundraising arm of NorthBay Healthcare,” said Brett Johnson, president of NorthBay Healthcare Foundation. “Their work and vision helps us to continue to provide advanced medicine and compassionate care to our families, friends and neighbors in Solano County.”