Richland, WA—Kadlec Foundation is pleased to welcome three community-minded individuals to join the Foundation Board of Trustees this January. The Foundation Board serves as the community voice to Foundation work, ensuring donor intent is being honored with appropriate projects, programs and services at Kadlec Regional Medical Center, the only non-profit hospital in the area with a Foundation.
Alma Feil is the VP of Business Development with HAPO Community Credit Union. She started her credit union career in 2001 as a teller while attending nursing school. She found her passion in the credit union philosophy and a new career path. In her current role, Alma is responsible for strengthening existing relationships with HAPO’s members and developing relationships with future members. Alma is very active in the community, including with the chambers, serving on several boards and committees and working closely with local business to support growth within Tri-Cities, Walla Walla, Yakima, Hermiston and Vancouver.
Kristin Sweezea is a seasoned sales leader, manager and broker in the real estate industry. Currently she is serving as Regional Sales Director in South Washington for New Home Star, WA LLC, a national real estate sales management firm, serving builders and developers across North America. Kristin’s role includes recruiting, developing and managing an elite sales team for New Home Star’s regional builder partner, Hayden Homes. Prior to her current position, Kristin worked directly for Hayden Homes as a top performing community manager from 2006 through 2016.
Roy Wu and his wife, Paula, are the owners of the local Home Instead Senior Care franchise, serving the Tri-Cities, Walla Walla and Prosser, providing the highest-quality in-home care services for local seniors and their families. Roy was born and raised in the Washington, DC area where he received his undergraduate degree in Communications. He has a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Healthcare Administration. Roy’s career includes working in various sectors – Philanthropy, Education, and Health Care – all he feels has prepared him well for a life of service to better individuals and local communities.
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