Sacramento, CA – The Sutter Medical Center Foundation, a not-for-profit community based organization which exists to promote philanthropic support for Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento, announced the selection of three new members to its Board of Directors. These new board members include, Jeffrey Boone, Margaret Campbell and Zachary Wandell.
“We are very fortunate to add Jeff, Margie and Zach to the Foundation board,” said Gregory Walaitis, executive director of Sutter Medical Center Foundation. “They each bring a tremendous amount of experience and leadership to our organization and we are excited to have them on our board.”
Jeff Boone is the senior vice president of engineering for SynapSense, Inc., a Folsom-based company that provides data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solutions focused on improving reliability and energy efficiency. Boone has more than 15 years of senior executive and corporate-level experience and has served as president and a board member of the Friends of the Folsom Zoo Sanctuary, Inc. since 2006.
Margaret Campbell is owner of Ose Properties, Inc., real estate development company, and Spare Time Inc., a group of multi-purpose recreation clubs. She is president of the USTA Nor Cal Board of Directors and is a volunteer at Jesuit High School.
Zachary Wandell, the owner of an Allstate Insurance agency in Sacramento, has been a volunteer with Sutter’s Child Life Program since 2004. He also is the president and founder of the Donut Dash, a local non-profit agency that raises needed funds for activities for hospitalized children at Sutter Memorial Hospital.
The mission of Sutter Medical Center Foundation is to inspire people to make charitable gifts that change and save lives because generosity heals. Every gift matters and makes a difference. Each gift will help ensure that advanced technology and essential services are available locally, enhancing healing and recovery for our community.
In the past year, philanthropic donations to Sutter Medical Center Foundation have made possible: Innovations in the delivery of medical care to occur every day; advanced technology and treatments to save and improve lives; world-class research, available locally, offering patients unique access to the latest prevention, diagnosis and treatment options, and nationally recognized care in areas such as neurology, oncology, cardiology and women’s and children’s.