Management

Richard F. Tompkins | John S. Madden | Leisa Charlton Russell | |Cherokee M. Dunkley

Katherine E. Douglass

Ms. Douglass is a graduate of the University of Maryland, the University of Tennessee and the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Her experience includes over 30 years’ experience in strategic planning, marketing, board development, and finance and management experience with industry specialization in the not-for-profit, health care, long-term care, education, state and local government and international development sectors.

Highlights of Ms. Douglass’s experience:

  • Member of the Board, Executive Committee and Governance Committee of Allegheny Lutheran Social Ministries, a continuum of care provider
  • Member of the Ethics Committee of a large regional hospital
  • President of Douglass and Associates, providing management consulting, litigation support and acquisition analysis for long-term care providers, hospitals and state and local governments
  • Program director at Frederick Community College, Frederick, MD, providing management and marketing expertise to a not-for-profit agency
  • Global Mission Associate for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, serving the Eglise Evangélique Luthérienne de France
  • Assistant Vice President for Planning and Analysis at West Virginia University Hospitals, Inc., responsible for development of Certificates of Need, strategic planning documents and retreats, and the development of Mountain View Regional Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Senior Manager in the National Health Care Practice of Arthur Young, providing management consulting and organizational development services to health care clients around the United States
  • Manager in Arthur Young’s Washington, D.C. health care practice, providing management consulting to the Office of the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Henry Ford Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital of Phoenix, and a variety of other large clients
  • Manager in Arthur Young’s Quantitative Analysis group, providing management consulting to the U.S. Customs Service, the U.S Department of Energy, and a variety of other federal government clients