The Sisters of Providence, Mother Joseph Province, have added four new members to their board of directors for Providence Pariseau Corp., a nonprofit that administers its Sojourner Place ministry. Sojourner Place, located in Seattle, serves homeless women with long-term transitional housing, life-skills coaching, advocacy and referral services and personalized social-service case management.
New members of the Providence Pariseau Corp. board of directors are (from left) Jody Hart, John Colgan, Lakasha Sisk and Jason Moulding.
The new board members, who will serve three-year terms, are:
John Colgan of Yakima, who served for seven years as the founding president and CEO of the Yakima Valley Community Foundation. In his 35 years of nonprofit administration, including fundraising, capital campaigns, grant writing and special events, he led development efforts at the Diocese of Yakima, Providence Yakima Medical Center and the LaSalle Foundation.
Jody Hart of Tacoma, an information services site director for Providence Strategic Management Services customer service and relationship management. She has worked for Providence since 1987 in development, implementation and operational support of IT service solutions. She formerly worked for 15 years at Weyerhaeuser and previously held numerous board positions for the Association of Records Managers and Administrators professional association at the local and national levels.
Jason Moulding of Seattle, regional director of the Western Washington Supply Chain at Providence Health & Services. His work deals with procurement, contract administration, distribution, asset management, linen, courier and mail services. He also is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. He formerly worked eight years at Overlake Hospital and seven years at Intermountain Healthcare. He has an executive MBA from the University of Washington and a bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Utah.
Lakasha Sisk of Renton, senior finance manager for Microsoft in the Corporate Finance, Planning & Analysis team. Before joining Microsoft in 2007, she worked for aQuantive, Inc., for three years in various roles including revenue accounting, acquisition integration and business process management.
October 30, 2013