Tahoe Forest appoints new director for IVCH Foundation
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Incline Village Community Hospital recently appointed a new director of the IVCH Foundation.
Betsy Kinsley, JD, will lead fund development with the IVCH Foundation Board of Directors and will be responsible for public affairs and community relations for the hospital.
“We are so pleased to have someone with Betsy’s knowledge and experience at Incline Village Community Hospital,” said Judy Newland, IVCH administrator and Chief Nursing Officer/Chief Operating Officer of Tahoe Forest Health System. “We know she will make a huge positive impact on the organization and the Incline Village community.”
Kinsley comes to Incline Village from San Luis Obispo, Calif., where she was chief of staff for the office of the President of Cal Poly State University.
Her background also includes serving as a chief of staff to the president of San Diego State University, chief of staff to the San Diego City Council president, as a legislative aide and law clerk to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce, and as a community volunteer for sustainable community initiatives.
Kinsley earned her BA at the University of Richmond in Virginia, and her law degree at the University of San Diego School of Law and is a member of the State Bar of California.
Kinsley’s husband, Cole, grew up in the Tahoe area. They have 2 children.
The mission of the IVCH Foundation is to assist Incline Village Community Hospital in delivering the best possible emergency and primary health care services by procuring financial resources, improving community awareness and involving community residents in developing a long-term vision for health care on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe.
Visit tfhd.com/ivchfoundation.asp to learn more about the foundation and to donate.
This article was submitted by Tahoe Forest Health System. Visit tfhd.com to learn more.
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