MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Volunteers of America-Minnesota (VOA-MN), a nonprofit health and human services organization, welcomed five new members to its Board of Directors on February 26.
“They bring valuable experience and a deep sense of caring for the people we serve at VOA-MN. We look forward to their insight and guidance as we seek to uplift all lives.”
The new members include:
Rodney Brown, Chief Executive Officer - MagicSTAR
John Buske, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer - Memorial Blood Centers
Lynnette Heath, Senior Vice President – Datacard Group
Pamela Hull, Director of Strategy Development - HealthEast
Tiffany Zitzewitz, Vice President, Strategy & Business Development - North Memorial Health Care
“We are delighted that these highly talented people have agreed to serve on our board,” said Matt Norman, chair Board of Directors, Volunteers of America-Minnesota. “They bring valuable experience and a deep sense of caring for the people we serve at VOA-MN. We look forward to their insight and guidance as we seek to uplift all lives.”
Rodney Brown is Chief Executive Officer of MagicSTAR, a software and services firm that focuses on the collection, assessment and sharing of data to connect community stakeholders in a cost and time efficient ecosystem. Previously he was Vice President of Family Services at Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota and has 28 years of experience in the technology field in senior level executive positions.
Currently Vice President - Finance and Chief Financial Officer for Memorial Blood Centers, John Buske has more than 35 years of broad financial management experience including mergers and acquisitions, strategic and operating planning, international finance and capital raising initiatives.
Lynnette Heath is Senior Vice President, Human Resources, for Datacard Group where she leads the company’s global human capital strategy. Previously, she was the Senior Vice President of Human Resources at GE Capital Fleet Services.
As System Director of Strategy Development for HealthEast, Pamela Hull is responsible for designing, organizing, facilitating and deploying organizational strategies. Pam also is a registered nurse and has served at the bedside, in management positions in the hospital setting, home care and hospice.
Tiffany Zitzewitz is Vice President, Strategy & Business Development for North Memorial Health Care. She leads the health care system in strategic planning and marketing and communications, oversees new business opportunities and community health coordination.
About Volunteers of America-Minnesota
Volunteers of America-Minnesota is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit health and human services organization whose mission is to help people gain self-reliance, dignity and hope. We have served Minnesota since 1896, and have grown to be one of the largest and most comprehensive nonprofit organizations in the state. Each year, our wide variety of programs uplift more than 26,000 children, youth and families, seniors, people with special needs, and adults completing community reentry programs. We are affiliated with Volunteers of America, a national, faith-based organization that helps more than two million people annually live healthy, productive lives and reach their full potential. For more information about Volunteers of America-Minnesota, visit http://www.voamn.org or call 952-945-4000.