Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital Foundation Announces 2014 Class of Young Professionals Organization
MURFREESBORO, Tenn.—(Feb. 11, 2014)— The Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital Foundation has announced the 2014 class of The Commonwealth Society, an organization of young professionals and future leaders eager to explore issues surrounding healthcare.
The Commonwealth Society was created by former Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital Foundation Board Member, Jean Moser, in 1995 to provide a forum for young leaders of the Rutherford County community to explore issues surrounding one of the most complex and significant basic needs impacting Americans today-healthcare.
The current class consists of 11 young professionals who demonstrate leadership abilities in Murfreesboro and Rutherford County communities.
"Since 1995, we have had outstanding classes of young professionals from our community who have become ambassadors for STRH by promoting community awareness of the quality and value of services at our hospital,” said Gordon Ferguson, president and CEO of STRH. “I am very excited about the stellar group representing the 2014 class.”
Members of the current class include John Allen, Kim Brogli, Megan Bynum, Gina DeJean, Jenny East, Amy Farrar, Sarah Murfree, Ann Elizabeth Rucker, Jennifer Seratt, Claire Wilson and Buckley Winfree.
Active membership is for one year and is by invitation. The Commonwealth Society is not a fundraising organization. STRH provides program support and materials free of charge. The class has five consecutive monthly meetings beginning at 7:30 a.m.
Photo: The eleventh class of the STRH Foundation Commonwealth Society from left to right:
Back row: Gina DeJean, Jenny East, Amy Farrar, Megan Bynum, John Allen, and Buckley Winfree. Front row: Sarah Murfree, Ann Elizabeth Rucker, Claire Wilson, and Kim Brogli
Not pictured: Jenn Seratt
About Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital
Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital (STRH) is a member of Saint Thomas Health, Middle Tennessee’s faith-based, not-for-profit health care system with more than 6,500 associates. Saint Thomas Health is focused on transforming the health care experience and helping people live healthier lives, with special attention to the poor and vulnerable. The regional health system includes – Saint Thomas Midtown, Saint Thomas West and Saint Thomas Hospital for Spinal Surgery in Nashville, Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital in Murfreesboro and Saint Thomas Hickman Hospital in Centerville – and a comprehensive network of affiliated joint ventures, medical practices, clinics and rehabilitation facilities. Saint Thomas Health is a member of Ascension Health, a Catholic organization that is the largest not-for-profit health system in the United States For more information, visit www.sths.com.