People's Health Clinic Board of Trustees
Executive Board and Board Members
Si HUTT, CHAIR
Administrator, Heber Valley Hospital
Si Hutt has served as the administrator of the Heber Valley Hospital since October of 2018. Prior to joining the Heber Valley Hospital team, Si was the Administrator for six years, the CEO of Ashley Regional Medical Center for eleven years and the Associate Administrator at Ogden Regional Medical Center for seven years.
He serves on the People's Health Clinic Board and is the past chair of the Utah Hospital Association Rural Council.
Si earned his graduate degree in health administration from Arizona State University and his bachelor's degree in organizational communication from the University of Utah.
He and his wife of over 25 years, Kathryn, live in Silver Creek and are the proud parents of four children.
Betsy joined People's Health Clinic's board of trustees because "My favorite part of being on the Clinic's Board is serving the Clinic's mission and trying to help the clinic continue in its wonderful path in making a difference."
She has been the CFO of PetSmart on Phoenix, Az and also the CAO of DSW (Designer Shoes Warehouse) in Columbus, OH. Betsy's love of art and film brought her to her current position as CFO & Managing Director Sundance Institute.
She has been involved with Leadership California as well as PrimeTime Singapore before joining People's Health Clinic board.
Betsy loves the Park City mountains and outdoors, especially long early morning bike rides or spending time with friends.
BETSY WALLACE, TREASURER
CFO & Managing Director Sundance Institute
OLIVIA ZIEGLER, VICE CHAIR
Chief Assessment Officer, Physician Assistant Education Association
Olivia joined the People's Health Clinic's board of trustees because she believes that the clinic makes an important impact in our community.
She has been a Physician Assistant for 25 years and currently works at the Physician Assistant Education Association in Washington, DC.
Olivia and her husband, John, live in Park City with their four dogs.
KAREN URANKAR, SECRETARY
Finance and HR Executive, Mars, Inc. Retired
Karen joined People's Health Clinic's board of trustees because "I am passionate about ensuring all people have access to quality health care and that we are a healthy, compassionate community."
She spent 30 years at Mars, Incorporated in Corporate Finance and Human Resource positions.
I am currently focusing my efforts on People's Health Clinic. I have previously served on the Utah Symphony/Utah Opera Investment Committee, the Bereavement Committee at St. Mary's Catholic Church, the Membership Committee of Park Meadows Country Club and Hope House in New Jersey.
Karen also enjoys painting, travel, golf and skiing
Executive Director, People's Health Clinic
Beth joined People's Health Clinic's board of trustees as Executive Director of the Clinic in 2016. She brings her extensive healthcare background to the Clinic and embodies our mission to serve the uninsured daily.
She has been with Cedars Sinai and Northridge Medical Center before finding herself in Park City as Membership Director for Promontory.
She is involved with the Promontory Foundation, Park City Hospital Board, Board member for American Hospital Association and several other local boards and community organizations.
Beth loves all Park City has to offer from skiing to golf and you can regularly find her hiking and biking the local trails.
PHILLIP BONDURANT, PhD, MPH
Deputy Director, Summit County Health Department
Phil Bondurant joined the People’s Health Clinic Board in January of 2021. Phil joined the Board of trustees because “I am committed to strengthening the connection between public health and healthcare on the Wasatch back. I see an opportunity to marry the efforts of the health department and People’s Health Clinic and improve outcomes by moving health focused initiatives further upstream for everyone in our community.”
Phil has been with the Summit County Health Department for 7 years. Prior to working in Summit County, he worked for local health departments in Central Utah and Las Vegas, Nevada, where he was born and raised. Phil completed his undergrad work at Southern Utah University. He holds a Master of Public Health degree in Environmental and Occupational Health from UNLV, and a Doctorate of Public Health in Policy and Administration from Walden University.
Phil lives in Heber City with his beautiful wife and three kids. He considers his family his greatest achievement in life and loves to spend time with them. When not watching the kids play sports or attending piano recitals, they are probably in the mountains camping, hunting, fishing, and riding mountain bikes.
MICHELLE GOLDBERG, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Wasatch Homeless Healthcare
Michele S. Goldberg, MD has been the Medical Director at Fourth Street Clinic, a Federally Qualified Health Center in Salt Lake City serving the homeless population, for the past four years.
She earned her medical degree in 2010 from the University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine and is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. She serves as Affiliate Faculty and on the admissions committee for the University of Utah School of Medicine.
Michele has a deep passion for providing medical care to underserved populations and finds true joy in the work she does with these populations.
She has been a resident of Park City for four years since moving from Venice Beach, California. Michele loves to ski, read, travel and spend time outside in the sunshine with her two young sons and husband.
Retired Financial Planner
Rich joined the board in July, 2020 and has served on the Finance Committee since 2019.
Now retired,Rich spent over 40 years in the financial services industry, initially as a practicing CPA and more recently as the head of wealth management for a private bank.
Rich takes an active interest in women’s health issues and services delivered by the clinic.
Owner, Utah Stone
Co-Founder We are One Seven, Managing Director
He a co-founder of One Seven with 34 years of experience in the financial world.
Bruce loves skiing, hiking, biking, playing golf and tennis, as well as being part of the active lifestyle community in the Park City area.
Robert Hicken began working in the masonry business when he was 14 years old. He “carried mud” for several different companies. It was hard work but Robert’s family had long been in the farming and ranching business and hard work was the norm.
Now, 30 years later, Robert Hicken is still in the stone and masonry business. Robert enhanced his on-the-job training by pursuing education in the construction management program at Brigham Young University.
Today, he is an owner of RJ Masonry, Inc. Mountain Valley Stone, Inc. and Delta Stone Products, Inc. These companies serve the stone needs of customers all over the country. Robert voluntarily serves on several boards and willingly shares his expertise as part of his dedication to serving in the community.
DR. MERRILL LEWEN
Merrill Lewen is a gynecologist who moved to Park City almost 4 years ago and has been volunteering and mentoring at the clinic since that time. Born in New York City, she went to Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in Cleveland, OH and has had private practices in Seattle, WA, Pasadena, CA and Houston, TX.
Her private practices had an emphasis on reproductive health, adolescence and empowering women regarding their health and relationships.
Just before moving to Park City she had a specialty clinic at Planned Parenthood. Her interests at this time have become more and more focused on access to birth control and reproductive freedom.
Merrill is loving Park City life with lots of time spent hiking, doing yoga and barre, and skiing a bit. She is continuously awed by the natural beauty and wonderful people she has met.
Tina joined the People's Health Clinic because of the critical nature of Clinic's work supporting the uninsured and underserved in our community.
Tina has practiced law for twenty years, specializing in labor and employment. In our community, she serves as a trustee on the Summit County Library Board, the Park City Day School Board, and is active on the governance committee of the Park City Community Foundation.
Tina and her husband, Daniel, moved to Park City in 2006 and are raising their two sons in the community. They enjoy hiking, camping, skiing, and golfing together.
Holy Cross Ministries
Lizeette moved to Park City in 2016 and joined Holy Cross Ministries in February 2018 as the Community Health Worker in Summit and Wasatch Counties. She transferred to the Education Program in September 2018, where she is now the Parents as Teachers Coordinator and oversees an evidence-based home visiting model that supports parents and child caregivers from the prenatal stages to age three, encouraging school readiness.
Lizeette, a first-generation college graduate and immigrant. Her mission has always been to serve underserved communities and is a member of Early Childhood Alliance, Social Equity Advisory Committee, Latino Mental Health Affairs, Summit County Mental Wellness Alliance Executive Council, Communities that Care Board, Intermountain Park City Hospital Community Relations Committee, PC Tots Board, Arts-Kids Board, and PC Unidos.