Board Members

Beth Armstrong

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. 

Richard C. Bullough PhD

Director, Summit County Health Department

Rich joined People's Health Clinic's board of trustees because "The work the Clinic does is tremendous and the focus on assuring social equity at a time when it is so greatly needed."

He has previously worked for the Utah Department of Health heading up the CDC funded chronic disease programs and the University of Utah

He is also involved with the Association of Local Health Officers and Valley Behavioral Health.

Rich is an avid fisherman and he enjoys spending his downtime with friends and family in wild places.

Anna Frachou

MBA, Secretary

Anna joined People's Health Clinic's board of trustees because "Knowing I am supporting an organization that is able to deliver care to the uninsured is important to me."

She has been with IE Business School as Business Development Director and the Operations Manager for Aetna before she joined the team at University of Utah Health s Director of Business Development for Employer Facing.

She is involved with the Park City Community Foundation and Utah Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as well.

Anna loves dancing and being outdoors - primarily skiing, mountain biking, horse riding and hiking when she has leisure time.

Bruce Greenwald

Co-Founder We are One Seven, Financial Advisor

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.

John Hanrahan


John joined the board of People's Health Clinic in January of 2019 after he stepped down from his long-time role as Medical Director of the Clinic. As one of the Clinic's co-founders his mission has been to better the lives of our community members.

John is also the District Governor elect of Utah Rotary District 5420 and will spend his year overseeing the 39 Rotary clubs within the State.

Merrill Lewen MD


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.

Betsy Wallace

CFO & Managing Director Sundance Institute

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 Pheonix, 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.

Olivia Ziegler

Chief Assesment Officer, Physician Assistant Education Association

Olivia joined People's Health Clinic's board of trustees because " It’s the intersection of governance and health care.  I am deeply committed to service and assuring that the Clinic makes an impact in our community."

She has been a practicing Physician Assistant with more than a decade of Pain Medicine and Palliative Care experience which lead her to be the Director of Clinical Affairs at the University of Utah, Division of Physician Assistant Studies. 

She is also involved with; Health People 2020 Curriculum Task Force, National Medical Fellowship Primary Care Leadership Board, Institute of Medicine Education Innovation Collaborative and, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Primary Care Expansion Oversight Committee

Park City is home, no place in the world she'd rather be. Olivia loves spending time outside with her three dogs, Little White Dog, Magnum and Mako.

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People's Health Clinic Board of Trustees

Executive Members

Si Hutt - Chair

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 at Park City Hospital for 6 years, the CEO of Ashley Regional Medical Center for 11 years and the Associate Administrator at Ogden Regional Medical Center for 7 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.

Karen Urankar - Ex-Officio

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.

Corrie Forsling - Treasurer

Summit County Treasurer, CPA

Dyan Pignatelli

Community Volunteer, Pignatelli Family Foundation

Dyan joined People's Health Clinic's board of trustees because "Working with the staff and patients at the Clinic makes me feel like I'm making a real difference in my community."

She has been an extensive background in elementary education and teaching English as a Second Language (ESL).

She also serves on the Park City Hospital Foundation Board and the Live Well Advisory Board.


Dyan loves  to travel, play golf, hike and spend time with her four grandsons.

Robert Hicken

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.

Lizeette Zurita

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.

Tina Pignatelli


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.

Rich Gershen

Board Member

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.

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