Baptist Health Foundation welcomes new officers to its board of directors
New appointments reflect diversity of skill, knowledge and backgrounds in support of Baptist Health’s locally governed, locally owned philosophy.
Baptist Health is pleased to announce the newest officers on the board of directors for Baptist Health Foundation, the fundraising arm of Baptist Health. The new leadership brings a diverse range of skills, knowledge and experience to the team.
Martha Baker has been named chair and Cleve Warren is vice-chair. They will serve three-year terms.
Chair -- Martha Baker. Baker is a community volunteer who is actively involved in philanthropy and the leadership of numerous organizations. Along with the Baptist Health Foundation, she currently serves on the boards of The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, WJCT, Renewing Dignity, the Davidson College Board of Visitors, Florida House on Capitol Hill, and the Vestry of Christ Episcopal Church. She is a co-founder of the Beaches Community Fund and a founding member of the Women's Giving Alliance. A native of North Carolina, she is a graduate of Davidson College (B.A.) and Duke University (A.M.). She is also a member of the Women's Board of Wolfson Children's Hospital. She is replacing Jane Rollinson.
Vice Chair -- Cleve Warren. A Jacksonville native, Warren is currently chief investment officer for Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ), and executive director of the Florida State College at Jacksonville Foundation. He founded and started The Players Group International, a provider of investment and financial consulting services to more than 70 professional athletes. He received a B.S. in Banking and Finance from the University of North Florida, and a master's in Business Administration from Jacksonville University. Cleve is a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel, having served with distinction in the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Army National Guard and Reserve. He is a recipient of the Defense Meritorious Service Medal and the Meritorious Service Medal for his service to the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the National Command Authority during "Operation Nobel Anvil" in Kosovo. Warren also serves on the Baptist Health board. He is replacing Martha Baker.
"The Baptist Health Foundation is focused on helping those in need in the communities our health system serves. Our volunteer board members help us improve access to high-quality health care and ensure we're meeting the needs of those communities now and in the future," said Michael Aubin, FACHE, hospital president, Wolfson Children's Hospital and chief philanthropy officer, Baptist Health Foundation.