The Governing Board ensures alignment of the direction and growth of The Carol Emmott Foundation and its programs with its mission.


Leadership Council Chair
Former Executive Search Consultant, Russell Reynolds Associates

Barbara Anderman is a former executive search consultant with Russell Reynolds Associates. She dedicated her 12 years to the health services practice. She was also a leader in the health care transformation practice, specializing in recruiting key digital talent into executive-level leadership roles in specialty areas.


Senior Advisor (Retired), BDC Advisors

Dave Anderson has over 30 years consulting experience (over 25 years in health care), in addition to senior line experience in health services and technology companies. His practice focuses on large community, academic and investor-owned health systems, health plans, and specialty providers. His expertise spans a wide range of areas including health care system strategy and governance. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Yale and a Master of Business Administration degree and Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. He has published numerous articles and several Insight papers for BDC and is a frequent speaker on health care strategy, organizational design, and technology issues.

Anderson Dave


Board Chair and Executive & Finance Committee Chair
President of The Commonwealth Fund (retired); Professor, Practice Public Health Harvard Chan School of Public Health

David Blumenthal MD, MPP chairs the Board of the Carol Emmott Foundation.  He is professor of practice of public health at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health and a research fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.  He was formerly the president of the Commonwealth Fund of New York City 2013 to 2023. Dr. Blumenthal is also Samuel O. Thier professor of medicine emeritus at Harvard Medical School and was formerly the National Coordinator for Health Care Technology under President Barack Obama from 2009 to 2011.

Blumenthal David


At Large Member
CEO West Region, Trinity Health – Idaho, Oregon, California

Odette Bolano is the CEO for the west region of Trinity Health. Prior to her promotion as CEO for the west region, she was the President and CEO of Saint Alphonsus Health System, and provided executive leadership, strategic and operational oversight for a 582 bed, five-hospital system across the two states of Idaho and Oregon. Immediately prior to this role, she served as president of Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center with responsibility for strategic and operational oversight for the medical center. Bolano has been in senior leadership health care positions in for-profit, non-profit, and fully integrated health systems. Prior to joining Saint Alphonsus, she served as senior vice president of Kaiser Permanente – East Bay. Prior to Kaiser, she served in several senior executive positions with Ascension Health, including president and CEO of St. Joseph Health System in Texas.


Executive Director, The Equity Collaborative
President and CEO of JGF Strategies LLC

Gayle Capozzalo is the executive director of The Equity Collaborative, a program of The Carol Emmott Foundation which focuses on fully inclusive gender equity in health care leadership and governance. She is also the president and CEO of JGF Strategies LLC, providing strategy guidance to health care organizations. She retired in July 2018 as the executive vice president/chief strategy officer of Yale New Haven Health System. She joined the System in 1997 and was primarily responsible for System strategy development and execution, marketing, community and government relations, innovation, business development, and mergers and acquisitions.


Audit Committee Chair
Vice President of Product, Upwork

Parker Emmott, Carol B. Emmott’s son, is vice president of product at Upwork. Previously, he was the senior director of product management at Yahoo, where he was responsible for sports video products, and prior to Yahoo, led monetization products for Flickr. Emmott was co-founder and CEO of Waddle, which developed a mobile product for private group photo sharing. Before starting Waddle, Emmott worked for the venture capital firm Norwest Venture Partners, after starting his career at Lehman Brothers. Emmott holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Johns Hopkins University, and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.


At Large Member
US Chief Health Equity Officer, Deloitte

Dr. Kulleni Gebreyes is a US consulting health care sector leader and US chief health equity officer. Dr. Gebreyes is a physician leader with more than 25 years of experience in the health care industry across the commercial and public sector. She holds an MD from Harvard Medical School and an MBA from Johns Hopkins. Dr. Gebreyes has developed and implemented strategies for population health management and value-based care, physician alignment and patient activation, diversity, equity and inclusion and the drivers of health. She is an active advocate for vulnerable and underserved communities.


The Equity Collaborative Governing Council Chair
President, Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital

Chief Operating Officer, Froedtert Menomonee Falls
and Froedtert West Bend Hospitals

Teresa M. Lux (Teri) serves as president of Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital. She has responsibility in leading all areas of hospital operations and management. Teri also serves as COO of the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network’s two community hospitals in Menomonee Falls and West Bend, leading the operational components of each hospital.

Prior to her current role as president and COO, Teri held the role of VP of patient care services and chief nursing officer for both Froedtert Menomonee Falls and Froedtert West Bend hospitals. Teri holds board of director appointments with The Equity Collaborative Governing Council, Community Smiles Dental, Horizon Home Care and Hospice, Menomonee Falls Chamber of Commerce, Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital Foundation and Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital. She is a member of the Froedtert Health Diversity Council and is the executive sponsor for the Froedtert Health Women in Leadership Business Resource Group.

Teri Lux


Chief Executive Officer, The Carol Emmott Foundation
President, Anne McCune, LLC

Anne McCune is a nationally-recognized health care leader, consultant, and executive coach with twenty-five years of senior leadership experience across all sectors– corporate, public, and nonprofit. She is the CEO of The Carol Emmott Foundation and has a led distinguished career as a senior executive for several renowned pediatric and academic health systems and as a managing director in consulting.

Anne McCune


Emeritus, CEO and President of the Public Health Institute

Mary Pittman was CEO and president of the Public Health Institute (PHI), a global nonprofit headquartered in Oakland, California. A nationally recognized leader in improving community health, addressing health inequities among vulnerable people, and promoting quality of care, Pittman led efforts to bring health care and public health together to improve population health. Under her leadership, PHI expanded its global portfolio as well as being recognized as one of the 50 best nonprofit workplaces in the nation. Pittman previously headed the Health Research and Educational Trust, an affiliate of the American Hospital Association, and the California Association of Public Hospitals.

Pittman, Mary


Governance Committee Chair
CEO of Risant Health

Jaewon Ryu, MD, JD, is the CEO of Risant Health. Prior to assuming the role at Risant he was President and CEO of Geisinger, an integrated delivery system in central and northeastern Pennsylvania. He previously served as president of integrated care delivery at Humana and held various leadership positions at the University of Illinois Hospital & Health Sciences System, Kaiser Permanente, and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. He currently serves on the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC), a body legislatively tasked with advising Congress on payment and other policies governing health plans and providers serving Medicare beneficiaries. He earned his BA from Yale University, and his MD and JD from the University of Chicago.


Fellowship Network Chair

Meredith Sciarrio, was associate vice president of Strategy and Operations for the Community Partnerships Division at Providence, a not-for-profit health care system and affiliate family spanning seven states. As a member of the division’s leadership team, she directed divisional strategic planning across the division’s diverse functional teams, which include community benefit/investment, community partnerships, environmental stewardship, global partnerships, government and public affairs, mission integration, philanthropy, and the University of Providence. Prior to joining Providence, Sciarrio was a research assistant and fellow for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and has a background in strategic consulting and operations. Raised in New Hampshire, Sciarrio holds an MBA from the University of Washington and BA from Boston College. She lives in the Seattle area with her spouse.


At Large Member
President, Yale-New Haven Health

Pamela Sutton-Wallace, MPH, is the CEO of Yale-New Haven Health. Prior to joining YNHH, she was the group senior vice president and COO, Weill Cornell Division of New York-Presbyterian (NYP), where she provided executive strategic and operational oversight to NYP hospitals in Brooklyn and Queens, as well as the NYP Medical Groups. Prior to joining NYP, she served as the CEO of University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville, VA. She also held several leadership positions at Duke University Health System, including as Senior Vice President of Hospital Operations. Sutton-Wallace was named one of the top 25 women leaders and one of the top 25 minorities in healthcare by Modern Healthcare, as well as one of Becker’s Top 50 African-American Health Care Executives. She earned her BA at Washington University in St. Louis, MO, and her MPH at Yale University.


At Large Member
Former CEO, Marshfield Clinic Health System

Dr. Susan Turney completed her internal medicine residency at Marshfield Clinic/St. Joseph’s Hospital and subsequently joined the staff at the Marshfield Clinic, where she practiced for 22 years and served as chair of the Department of Internal Medicine and Medical Director of Patient Financial Services. In 2004, she became the CEO and executive vice president of the Wisconsin Medical Society, and in 2011, she became the president and CEO of MGMA-ACMPE. In 2014, Dr. Turney became the first CEO of Marshfield Clinic Health System. She has served on committees for the National Quality Forum and the American Medical Association and fulfilled appointments by the Wisconsin governor and the U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary​.