Cambridge Health Alliance
Special Act of the Massachusetts Legislature, Chapter 147 of the Acts of 1996. Cambridge Municipal Code, Chapter 2.72.
Cambridge Health Alliance is governed by a Board of Trustees appointed by the City Manager of Cambridge, MA. Members volunteer their time and expertise to further the mission, vision, and values of Cambridge Health Alliance. The Board addresses all aspects of the health of the City.
19 members (including representation from the medical profession, two City employees, 10 Cambridge residents, 4 Somerville residents, 1 Everett resident and the Chief Executive Officer of the Cambridge Health Alliance).
Meetings: Link to Cambridge Health Alliance Calendar
For most updated list, visit: http://www.challiance.org/AboutCHA/BoardofTrustees.aspx
Carol Van Deusen Lukas, Chair
Joshua Posner, Vice Chair
Barbara Anthony, Senior Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School’s Center for Business and Government
Moacir Barbosa, Assistant Director for Training & Capacity Building, Health Resources in Action (HRiA)
Maren Batalden, MD, Associated Chief Quality Officer, Cambridge Health Alliance
Robina Bhasin, EdM, Director of Faculty Development and Diversity at BU School of Medicine
Louis DePasquale, Assistant City Manager for Fiscal Affairs/Finance Director, City of Cambridge
Madge Kaplan, Director of Communications, Institute for Healthcare Improvement
Katharine Kosinski, MD, Physician
Steve Manos, Senior Vice President and COO, Brandeis University
Gerald McCue, Executive Director for Administration and Finance, Chelsea Public Schools System
Kathleen McGilvray, Director of Investment, Massachusetts Housing Investment Corporation (MHIC)
Paula Paris, Deputy Director for JFYNetWorks
Ellen Semonoff, Assistant City Manager of Human Services for the City of Cambridge
Maxwell D. Solet, Member of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, PC, Boston
Patrick Wardell, Chief Executive Officer, Cambridge Health Alliance
Cathy Wirth, Project Manager, Healthy Kids, Healthy Futures
Contact: Connie Young, Ph. 617-665-1001