Scott Alarcón began his career with Georgetown Hospital in 1999. He then held several progressively responsible management roles culminating with his promotion to Chief Operating Officer of Georgetown Hospital in early 2006. He then transitioned to the Georgetown Health Foundation in late 2007 as its Chief Operating Officer and became the foundation’s Chief Executive Officer in 2009.
Sam Schultz has 35 years of experience in accounting, the past 25 in the healthcare environment. He received his Accounting degree from the University of South Dakota. He served as Controller of Georgetown Hospital and Georgetown Healthcare System for seven years prior to assuming his responsibilities as Chief Financial Officer of Georgetown Health Foundation in 2007.
Suzy came to the Georgetown Health Foundation (GHF) as its first Director of Community Resources in 2012, focused on expanding the organization’s philanthropic programs, particularly its grant making. Suzy’s work as Vice President of Strategic Philanthropy extends GHF’s responsive grant making to targeted efforts that meaningfully address social determinants of health.
Lorna has more than a decade of experience in the education field, including nine years as the Director of Upward Bound at Southwestern University, a federal grant-funded program that supports low-income students to be the first in their family to attend and graduate from college.
Linda Owen has worked or been associated in the healthcare field for over 30 years both in West and Central Texas; most recently in Georgetown. She is currently the Director of Administration at Georgetown Health Foundation, working closely with the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Strategic Philanthropy.