The Compass Fall 2022 - Page 2

Letter from the President

“ See , I am doing a new thing ! Now it springs up ; do you not perceive it ? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland .” — Isaiah 43:19
All things new — a phrase we have used a lot lately at Baylor Scott & White Dallas Foundation . After decades in Barnett Tower , we have a new home — 301 N . Washington Ave . If you are familiar with the historic Sons of Hermann Hall in Deep Ellum , you can walk out its front door , look across Elm Street and see the BSW Administrative
Building . A hub for medical administrators , executive leaders , clinician trainings and other integral functions that make our healthcare entities tick , the open space cultivates collaboration and allows for easy access to the Baylor University Medical Center campus . The big windows with views of the hospital and the stories of patients displayed throughout the building motivate our team ’ s contributions to the amazing work going on across our System .
And what is a new location without new people ? You read in the last Compass of the promotion of Christina Goodman to
VP of development . We are also excited to have our passionate , veteran colleague , Cynthia Krause , focusing her expertise as VP of strategic philanthropy , guiding and facilitating important gifts that will significantly impact the mission . In addition , we are building out the development team with two new major gift officers — Tim Moore , a familiar name to many , has returned to the Foundation , and Myka Boos has also joined the team . Each brings unique capabilities and unbridled dedication to our mission .
You will also see familiar and new names joining our Foundation Board . These board members bring valued perspectives and an inspiring commitment to the community , and all arrived with a common question : “ How can I help ?” This eagerness to contribute gives me confidence in the impact we can make together to enhance patient-centered care .
I hope you can feel the buzz and energy we have been experiencing throughout this movement . I am so grateful for the support we ’ ve received both internally and externally as we continue to expand our work for greater good . While we celebrate all things new , we remain steadfast in supporting Baylor Scott & White ’ s Mission and serving our community .
Ben Renberg President , Baylor Scott & White Dallas Foundation Ben . Renberg @ BSWHealth . org

New Directions

The Foundation Board welcomes its newest members .

2 aylor Scott & White Dallas Foundation has welcomed an exceptional class of 17 business , community and philanthropic leaders as the newest members of the Foundation Board .
Under the leadership of our board chairman , Norm Bagwell , Foundation board members serve as ambassadors and lend their time and talents to help advance the Baylor Scott & White Health mission to promote the well-being of all individuals , families and communities .
“ I am grateful for the dedicated service and commitment demonstrated by our Foundation board members and am energized by the passion and experience this new class of leaders brings to our efforts ,” said Norm . “ Board member support has been instrumental in advancing Foundation priorities that impact patients and communities across North Texas , and I look forward to what we can accomplish together with the added
leadership of these new members .”
Established in 1978 , the Foundation has distributed nearly $ 950 million to support initiatives across Baylor Scott & White . This generous donor support has a lasting impact on the System ’ s ability to advance innovative research , train future leaders in healthcare , invest in new technology and offer programs that support our employees and enhance care for patients .
“ Under the thoughtful leadership of Norm Bagwell , I am deeply proud of all that we have accomplished in our efforts to improve care for patients and communities across Texas ,” said Ben Renberg , Foundation president . “ As we look ahead , I ’ m excited to welcome our new board members , whose wideranging expertise and experience will have an immeasurable impact on our ability to advance our shared mission .”
Marybeth Conlon ex-officio Celebrating Women
Kelly Cook ex-officio Junior League Dallas
Leslie Diers ex-officio Crystal Charity Ball
Jaimee Eddington
Heidrick & Struggles
Elizabeth Gambrell ex-officio Celebrating Women
Robert Kaminski
Kaminski Interests , Inc .
Tracey Kozmetsky
Community Volunteer
Michelle Lobel
Bryn Pharma , LLC
Christine Luskin
Author / Journalist
Mike McGuire
Andrews Distributing Company
Steven Meisel
FG1 Partners
Robbie Raphael
Community Volunteer
Peggy Riggs
Community Volunteer
Christa Sanford
Baker Botts , LLP
Diane Scovell
Community Volunteer
Julie Turner
JLT Beverages , LP
David Watson
The Direct Partners