Trinity Health Foundation Welcomes New Board Members
| The Dakotan
MINOT – Trinity Health Foundation is pleased to announce that Denise Billadeau and Jessica Mowbray have joined its Board of Directors. Billadeau is a resident of rural Parshall, North Dakota, and deeply understands the importance of healthcare access in our communities. She graduated from NDSU with a bachelor’s degree in medical technology and a business minor. She has worked in healthcare for many years, serving patients in clinics and hospitals. She is passionate about serving her community and ensuring everyone can access quality healthcare.
Mowbray is a North Dakota native and a passionate advocate for our community. She is a co-owner of the Brick + Mortar District in downtown Minot and has a long history of serving others. Jessica grew up in Embden, ND, and attended Chaffee High School. She graduated from NDSU with a bachelor’s degree in English education. “We are grateful to Denise and Jessica for their willingness to serve on our board,” said Dr. Jeffrey Verhey, Chairman of the Trinity Health Foundation Board of Directors. “Their experience and dedication will be valuable assets to our organization. We are excited to have them on our team.”
Trinity Health Foundation was established in 1922 to assist in establishing Trinity Hospital. Over the last 100 years, the foundation has been supported through the financial stewardship of individuals, families, foundations, corporations, civic clubs, and other organizations to significantly impact healthcare and the quality of life in the region. Through generous donations, we can fulfill our mission of creating a care system that has the most significant impact on health and wellness throughout northwest North Dakota.