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VCMRF Welcomes New Chair and Members to its Board of Directors
The Ventura County Medical Resource Foundation (VCMRF) board of directors announces a new chairman of the board and four new board members.
VCMRF’s board of directors today announced Jesus Torres, 34, director of external affairs for Verizon, as VCMRF’s new board chairman, and the addition of the following new members to its board of directors:
Judy Diaz – managing member, Tolman & Wiker Insurance Services, LLC
Brandon Katz – financial advisor, Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management
Bobbie McCaffrey – vice president, Patient Care Services & System, chief nursing officer, Community Memorial Health System
Kim Wilson – vice president, Chief Operating Officer, Dignity Health/St John’s Hospitals
Torres succeeds Jane Rozanski, CEO of the Camarillo Health Care District and recent governor appointee to the California Commission on Aging, as board chair.
“VCMRF is honored to have these committed leaders joining our board and leading the effort to support and empower the delivery of accessible and quality health care services to Ventura County’s vulnerable and underserved community,” said VCMRF president and CEO Vicki Chandler. “Jesus Torres understands the healthcare challenges we face and brings to the chairmanship a passion for technology innovation and public service, both of which will strengthen VCMRF’s impact in attaining its mission. In addition, our new board members bring a deep and wide-ranging healthcare experience to the VCMRF board.”
“As a member of the VCMRF board, I’ve seen the impressive work that’s been done by the organization and its members,” said Jesus Torres, incoming board chair. “I look forward to building upon the organization’
Ventura County Medical Resource Foundation continues to support the medical needs of Ventura County’s diverse community in many ways. VCMRF helps alleviate suffering and give access to quality healthcare. The impact is profound, life-changing and, quite often, life-saving. Some of the vital programs and services include: providing dental and vision care to low-income children unable to obtain treatment for conditions that interfere with their development;