Oldridge Appointed Chief Philanthropy Officer

March 7, 2019 Providence News Team

Walla Walla, WA—Lindsey Oldridge has been appointed as the Chief Philanthropy Officer of the Providence St. Mary Foundation.

Lindsey has been with Providence for 10 years and advanced within the Foundation, recently serving as the interim chief. She is well known to many donors, has organized all of the Providence St. Mary Foundation events and is a driving force behind the Providence St. Mary Birth Center campaign.

“We are delighted that Lindsay has chosen to accept the role of Chief Philanthropy Officer,” said Susie Colombo, chair of the Providence St. Mary Foundation Board. “She knows this community well and has a deep understanding of the role of philanthropy in improving health. She has excelled during her time with the Foundation and we look forward to her continued leadership.”

Lindsey earned her Bachelor’s degree from Washington State University and is currently working on her Master’s. She has a passion for building community, serves on the Exchange Club board of directors and is a member of Leadership Walla Walla. She and her husband, Jason, have three children.

Providence St. Mary Foundation is a 501c3, supporting programs and services for Providence St. Mary Medical Center through donor support. For more information, visit providence.org/stmaryfoundation.

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