Portland, OR. Randall Children’s Hospital Foundation announced that Dave Cleveland, Ida P. Colver, Sue Harrison, Sean Robbins and Terri Schwartz have been elected to its board of trustees. The Foundation advocates and raises funds for Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel, part of Legacy Health – the largest, local nonprofit health care provider in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Schwartz is the managing director of institutional services and business development for the investment firm Arnerich Massena, Inc. She attended Portland State University and is the founding president of the Oncology Youth Connection board of directors.
Robbins is the senior vice president of public affairs and policy for Cambia Health Solutions. In 2014, he was appointed as the State of Oregon’s chief economic development officer, serving Governors John Kitzhaber and Kate Brown as director of the Oregon Business Development Department. Robbins holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa’s Henry B. Tippie College of Business and received a master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He currently is a member of the board of directors for the Oregon Business Association and Associated Oregon Industries and is a senior fellow with the American Leadership Forum.
Harrison, a certified massage therapist and reflexologist, is the owner of PDX Reflexology. A member of the Oregon Reflexology Network, she received her massage training in the United Kingdom and learned Integrated Reflexology through the American Academy of Reflexology. Harrison was a member of the London 2012 Olympic Bid team and currently serves as president of the Chapman Elementary Foundation in Portland, Oregon.
Colver, a native of Denmark, is a retired real estate agent. As a longtime supporter of Emanuel Children’s Hospital, now known as Randall Children’s Hospital, she has previously served on the boards of The Children’s Hospital Foundation and the Emanuel Medical Center Foundation. An avid community volunteer, Colver is active with many children’s organizations, as well as the Scandinavian Heritage Center.
Cleveland is the business manager for independent food broker – Co-Sales Northwest LLC. A graduate of Oregon State University, he currently serves as co-chair for the Karts for Kids program, a cause-related marketing grocery campaign supporting Randall Children’s Hospital.
Randall Children’s Hospital offers the most modern approach to children’s health care — blending the finest in medical services with family-friendly spaces and patient care procedures to reduce stress on patients and their families. With specialists in virtually every field of children’s medicine – heart, cancer, neurology, orthopedics, neonatal and pediatric intensive care, rehabilitation and more – Randall Children’s Hospital is a regional leader in the care of babies, children and teens.
To learn more about supporting any of Legacy Health’s hospitals or programs, call the Legacy Health Office of Philanthropy at 503-415-4700 or visit www.legacyhealth.org/giving.