Our Board provides guidance on all aspects of Chase Brexton’s growth. We are honored by the time and dedication each of our Board members provides to us.
More than 51% of our Board of Directors are also patients of Chase Brexton Health Care.
Carolyn Kennedy has been a member of the Chase Brexton Health Care Board of Directors since 2010. Prior to joining Chase Brexton, she served on boards of directors for non-profit organizations and private schools. She volunteered as a mentor, a tutor, and in various capacities for community and church organizations, such as Girl Scouts and Mt. Calvary Baptist Church in Rockville, Md. Her commitment to public service and desire to become actively involved with a Maryland organization that provides essential services to diverse populations led her to Chase Brexton. Carolyn graduated from Newcomb College of Tulane University and Catholic University, Columbus School of Law. She has worked for various federal government agencies and a quasi-federal, non-profit organization. Presently, Carolyn is an attorney with the Department of Justice.
Jack K. Boyson is a retired international development professional who has advocated for and worked with highly at-risk populations--especially young people--in 55 countries for nearly five decades. As a member of the Board of Directors of Chase Brexton Health Care, he continues to support efforts to improve the quality of life of vulnerable communities, especially for members of the LBGT community and other underserved populations.
Kris Holmes, RN has been a member of the Chase Brexton Health Care Board of Directors since 2008. Currently, she is a Hospital Transition Coordinator with CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield. As a Registered Nurse for 40 years, she has experience in Emergency Nursing, Community/Public Health, Disaster Preparedness, and Faith Based Health Ministries. Kris graduated from the University of Maryland School of Nursing and has her Masters from Loyola University. Her experience in diverse health care arenas has allowed her to witness first-hand the devastating problems that occur when individuals and families do not have access to health care. Kris has worked with faith communities in Howard, Baltimore, and Harford Counties, The Horizon Foundation, the advisory board for Maryland Access Point, and county citizen services to promote health, wellness, and disease prevention. She educates faith communities and encourages them to advocate for, and support access to affordable health care within their neighborhoods. Kris is passionate about Chase Brexton Health Care. She receives her healthcare from them. She knows the history of their grassroots beginnings and believes, that in our current health crisis, they are taking a leading role in shaping the future of affordable, accessible, compassionate health care in the Baltimore metropolitan area.
Samuel V. Fuller
Dr. Rahul Gor
Bill H. Means
Sylvia Coolidge Moore
Angelinia T. Reed (Sutton)
The Rev. Paula Teague
Alan S. Weisman