Northwest Community Hospital (NCH) Foundation is pleased to announce Diane G. Hill as Chair of its Board of Trustees as well as the appointment of three new trustees.
Diane Hill of Inverness has been an integral part of the leadership of Northwest Community Healthcare and the NCH Foundation for nearly 20 years. She is retired from Northwestern University as Senior Lecturer and Clinical Supervisor in speech and language pathology having served on the faculty for 32 years.
Diane first joined the NCH Foundation board in 2003 and was chair from 2007-2010. In 2005 she joined the governing board of NCH and served as its chair from 2016 to 2019. She is involved in numerous organizations through the community and also serves as an elected trustee at Harper College. Diane will assist the NCH Foundation as it implements a strategic plan focused on growing its reach and increasing its support of initiatives at the hospital, including the NCH Cancer Campaign which she leads as co-chair.
Michael Canning of Inverness is owner of The Glenview House in Glenview and has partnered with a restaurant group to operate One North Kitchen and Bar in Chicago. He serves on the board of directors for PAWS Chicago and the Chicago Zoological Society and he and his wife Melissa are actively involved with WINGS and several other non-profits. As a new foundation trustee for his family’s hospital, Michael believes deeply in the value of quality care close to home.
Patrick Dominick of Barrington is Senior Vice President, Senior Wealth Strategist for Northern Trust in Barrington and has more than 20 years of experience in the financial and banking industry. He is a former board member and past president of the Northwest Suburban Estate Planning Council. Patrick has also served on the executive board of the Chicago Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and is passionate about the need for good healthcare and the impact it has on patients and families.
Andy Reimink of Palatine is the CEO of HOH Water Technology Inc. in Palatine and has been involved in the company’s support of a global humanitarian organization for many years. He and his wife Lindsey, a Speech Pathologist at NCH, look forward to helping the local community and the hospital that their young family will rely on for years to come.
“We are honored to have Diane leading our board once again, and to having this wonderful class of new trustees,” said David Ungurean, Executive Director at NCH Foundation. “Together, Diane, Michael, Patrick and Andy bring great enthusiasm for our mission and will join with the entire board to help grow our fundraising efforts to the benefit of our community.”