Suzanne Rudolph Named President of Providence Alaska Foundation
ANCHORAGE, AK - Lifelong Alaskan Suzanne Rudolph has been appointed president of the Providence Alaska Foundation. Suzanne came to Providence in 2001 and has served as development officer, director of operations and, most recently, vice president of the foundation. She brings with her extensive experience in fundraising, board leadership, management and strategic planning.
"Suzanne embraces Providence's mission to serve the poor and vulnerable. We are able to fulfill this mission through Alaskans' philanthropic contributions to Providence Alaska Foundation," said Al Parrish, chief executive of Providence Health & Services Alaska. "We are privileged to have Suzanne as part of our team and look forward to her continued work on behalf of our patients and their families."
Suzanne also serves the Southcentral Alaska community through her volunteer work on the Foraker Group Operations Board, the YWCA Board of Directors and Wasilla Sunrise Rotary.
"I'm honored to serve the needs of our community and grateful to be continuing my work at Providence through the foundation as president," said Suzanne.
The Providence Alaska Foundation works to build a broad and deep base of philanthropy to support the mission of Providence Health & Services in Alaska Foundation fundraising efforts are based on the belief that that societal needs being met by Providence in Alaska are critically important and that contributions are an essential ingredient in assisting our ability to meet these needs. The Foundation helps in this process by educating donors and the public at large in their understanding of these needs and by providing them with opportunities to support the Providence Health & Services Alaska through philanthropic contributions.
Providence Health & Services Alaska is part of Providence Health & Services, a not-for-profit network of hospitals, care centers, health plans, physicians, clinics, home health services, affiliated services and educational facilities. For more information about Providence, visit: www.providence.org/alaska<http://www.providence.org/alaska>.