Erlanger welcomed a new slate of board officers during its November board meeting Thursday night.
Trustees elected Linda Moss Mines as Erlanger’s new board chairwoman.
Mines was appointed to Erlanger’s board in 2015 by the Hamilton County legislative delegation and replaces outgoing board chairman Mike Griffin. She is a retired educator, having served for 25 years as chairwoman of Girls Preparatory School history and social sciences department. Currently she is the Chattanooga-Hamilton County official historian and First Vice-Regent, Chief Ross Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, among many other community and state leadership roles.
Sheila Boyington, co-founder and president of the educational technology company Thinking Media, was elected Vice Chair of Erlanger’s board. Ms. Boyington joined Erlanger’s board in 2017.
Hamilton County Sessions Court Judge Gerald Webb was named Secretary of Erlanger’s board after serving as a trustee for the past five years.
Two new trustees were also announced this week. Vicky Gregg, a former Erlanger nurse and CEO for BlueCross BlueShield for nine years, was chosen by Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger to serve on Erlanger’s board. Jim Coleman, also a former Erlanger employee, longtime leader in the healthcare industry and currently CEO of Alliant Rural Hospital Solutions, was appointed to Erlanger’s board by the Hamilton County legislative delegation.
Other trustees on Erlanger’s board include recent appointee John Germ, Steven Angle, Jim Sattler, Dr. Phil Burns, and Chief of Staff Dr. James Bolton. Erlanger trustees are appointed for four-year terms and serve without compensation.