Our Board of Trustees

The Asante Foundation Board is a group of leaders and advocates who are invested in generating community awareness and philanthropic support for the health and well-being of our community.

Susan Binette, Board Member, Asante Foundation Board of Directors

SUSAN BINETTE

Chair
Nurse & Former Asante Accreditation Director

ROYAL STANDLEY

Vice Chair
President/CEO, Oregon Pacific Financial Advisors, Inc.

TRAVIS HAMLYN

Nominating Committee Chair and Executive Committee Member, At-Large
President, Hellgate Excursions

PATRICIA ORSINI

Secretary
Retired Corporate Finance Professional

GEORGE ALAMEDA

Treasurer
Retired Chevron VP

Chris David, MD

Executive Committee Member, At-Large
Medical Director, Emergency Services, Asante Three Rivers Medical Center

Caroline Brooks, Board Member, Asante Foundation Board of Directors

CAROLINE BROOKS

Board Member
Retired Cephalometrics Analyst

JUDY GAMBEE

Board Member
Accountant, MPS Ventures, LLC

BRIAN HALL, MD

Board Member
Anesthesiologist, Anesthesia Associates of Medford

Dionne Irvine, Asante Foundation Board of Directors

DIONNE IRVINE

Board Member
Co-Owner, Irvine Investments/ Irvine & Roberts Vineyards

Helen Koenigsman

Board Member
Ophthalmologist, Medical Eye Center

SHANE MUSTARD

Board Member
Owner, Mustard Press

KEN OGDEN

Board Member
Retired architect

Steve Roe, Asante Foundation Board of Directors

STEVE ROE

Board Member
General Manager, Roe Motors

JOHN SCHIAVONE

Board Member
Master Mariner and Retired Real Estate Professional

Cal Schmidt, Asante Foundation Board of Directors

CAL SCHMIDT

Board Member
Owner, Schmidt Family Vineyards

DAVID THOMASON

Board Member
CEO, Thomason Hospitality Group

 
 

TOM WALKER

Board Member
CEO, Adroit Construction

Jim Wright, Asante Foundation Board of Directors

JIM WRIGHT

Board Member
Past President, LTM Corporation

Scott Kelly

Ex-Officio Board Member
President and CEO, Asante

Peter Angstadt

Ex-Officio Board Member
Governing Board Member, Asante

“There is incredible power in doing good. The golden rule should be more than a rule – it should be a purpose.”

—Gene Pelham, Rogue Credit Union