The members of our Board of Directors set the vision and strategic goals for Medical Teams International. We are honored to have a diverse group of professionals serving on our current Board of Directors.
Chair, Executive Committee
Geoff helps CEOs and their executive teams improve their strategic and business focus. He specializes in leading change initiatives, coaching leaders to become better leaders and teaching organizations and teams how to be more effective. Geoff has been a management consultant since 1995 and has consulted with numerous private sector, government and nonprofit clients. Prior to founding Lumen Leaders LLC in 2012, Geoff established and was the partner in charge of the management consulting group at a regional CPA and business consulting firm.
Geoff holds a MBA from Willamette University and a bachelor of science degree from San Jose State University. For over 28 years, Geoff served as an Executive Professor at Willamette University’s Atkinson Graduate School of Management.
Treasurer, Executive Committee
Chair, Finance & Administration Committee
A financial advisor, Ryan joined Becker Capital Management as vice president in 2006. Prior to that, he was an advisor in the Seattle office of Goldman Sachs & Co, providing comprehensive advice and access to the broad services offered by the firm to institutions, corporations and high net-worth families. His previous experience includes positions with the Hedge Fund Portfolio Solutions Group of BlackRock, Inc. and the Private Client Group of Quellos Financial Advisors.
In addition to serving on the Board of Medical Teams, Ryan is a member of the Friends of the Children Seattle Advisory Board and the University of Puget Sound Alumni Council. Ryan holds a bachelor’s degree in general business management from the University of Puget Sound.
Secretary, Executive Committee
Barbara McDougall is a Portland native and Portland State University (PSU) alumna, class of 1975. She has led a diverse career in volunteer public service and fundraising, with a focus on organizations that involve children, education, youth summer camps, and healthy recreational activities. She serves on the board of Caldera, an arts organization that provides humanities education to children across the state of Oregon. Barbara has been a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society’s Camp UKANDU for children living with cancer. Barbara has served on a variety of boards and foundations, including the PSU Foundation and the Oregon Women’s Golf Association (where she served as president). Barbara and her husband Duane have endowed special scholarships to help high school students in Tualatin and Tigard attend Oregon State University.
J. Michael Goodwin
Mike is President & CEO of the OSU Foundation where under his leadership, the university’s first campus-wide fundraising effort, The Campaign for OSU, raised more than $1.14 billion. In 2012, the foundation passed the $100 million milestone for annual fundraising for the first time. As president and CEO, Mike is responsible for all aspects of the foundation’s fundraising and fiscal management. He has spent his professional career serving academic institutions such as Georgetown University and Washington State University in the areas of university relations, development and planned giving. In addition to serving on the Board of Medical Teams, Mike is the immediate past chair for the national Council for Advancement & Support of Education Board of Trustees. Mike holds a master’s degree from the University of Washington and earned an undergraduate degree in English from the University of San Francisco.
Dr. Nathalie Johnson
Chair, Programs Committee
Dr. Nathalie Johnson is medical director of Legacy Cancer Institute in Portland, Oregon. After completing her residency in general surgery at Los Angeles County – University of Southern California (USC) she moved to Portland. She spent a brief time in the Virgin Islands serving as the commissioner of health for the territory but married a fellow graduate of USC’s general surgical residency, William E. Johnson, and moved back to Portland. In the ensuing years, in addition to practicing surgical oncology she has served on the Oregon Medical Board and on the American Board of Surgery as an at large member. Presently she is a senior examiner. She has a passion for providing excellent care given with compassion. She is driven to be part of the cure for cancer. In addition to serving on the Board of Medical Teams, she has served on the Board of the Oregon affiliate of Susan G Komen and currently serves on the Board of Care Oregon to help provide care for those most in need.
Chair, Marketing & Development Committee
Gabe is executive vice president of performance media and managing director the marketing firm, Ansira (formerly Sq1). He specializes in using digital strategies to help businesses succeed, both operationally and in marketing. Gabe’s career began in politics, working first on a congressional campaign and later as a legislative aide. He then transitioned into the business world with a position as a mortgage specialist before moving into the digital media technology field. Gabe studied history at Hillsdale College and in addition to his work on the Board of Medical Teams, he serves as a deacon for The Gathering Church.
John is a people-centric visionary HR leader with a high degree of operational expertise. His career spans talent acquisition and HR with Microsoft, Starbucks and Amazon as an innovative human resources leader pushing boundaries to hire and motivate exceptionally talented people. In his current role at Amazon, John leads global hiring for fulfillment centers.
Prior to Amazon, John quickly rose to become the senior HR leader at Starbucks, where he was a critical part of building HR programs and opportunities that emphasized the culture of belonging and driving the social impact agenda – including hiring refugees, opportunity youth and veterans and accelerating their careers via a college achievement plan. John built his recruiting and HR expertise at Microsoft during a 10-year period, where he eventually led Global Talent Labs, focused on innovating and accelerating talent acquisition from around the world to be a strategic differentiator at the company.
Finance & Audit Committee
Dr. Dora Barilla joins the Medical Teams board with twenty years of experience in public health policy. She has held various positions in the health sector, including assistant vice president for strategy and innovation at Loma Linda University Health. She is also the co-founder of HC2 Strategies Inc. and the founder of the non-for-profit organization Partners for Better health, which brings together multi-sectoral partners to improve the health of regional communities. Currently, Dr. Dora serves as the vice president at the Community Health Investment for Providence St. Joseph Health. She also holds a doctorate in public health from Pepperdine University.
Marketing & Development Committee; Programs Committee
Sarah Hasselbeck grew up in Connecticut and was an All-American Division I Field Hockey athlete at Boston College. She graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and continued on to earn her CPA. She worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Boston for three years following college. Sarah married her college sweetheart and moved to Green Bay, WI. Her husband, Matthew, was a Pro Bowl quarterback in the NFL for 18 years which invested them in many different teams and communities. Matthew played for the Packers, Seahawks, Titans and Colts. In 2016, the Hasselbecks moved back to Boston so Matthew could be close to ESPN where he works as an NFL analyst now and raise their three children. Sarah and Matthew have been faithful supporters of Medical Teams International since their time in Seattle and were two-time co-chairs of the Medical Teams Field of Dreams auction. Sarah traveled with Medical Teams to see and engage in the work in Guatemala. Matthew and Sarah are active board members of the Pro Athletes Outreach which is a pro- to-pro ministry supporting the NFL, MLB and NHL. The Hasselbecks support Danita’s Children and the Hope for Haiti home, school, medical center and ministry. The Hasselbecks also are long time supporters of International Justice Mission and Compassion International as well as charities in all of their local communities.
Marketing & Development Committee; Programs Committee
Dametra Johnson-Marletti currently serves as corporate vice president of category management for Microsoft’s digital storefronts, including Store on Microsoft.com and Microsoft Store on Windows and Xbox. In this role, Dametra oversees a multi-billion dollar business, with a global team focused on delivering category growth and connecting tens of millions of customers to great content and services. Prior to joining Microsoft Store, Dametra worked in Microsoft’s Mobile Communications and Xbox Business Groups, helping to make Xbox the must-have digital entertainment system in millions of homes. Dametra’s work across media and entertainment businesses has earned her accolades across the entertainment industry, including a 2019 induction into Variety Magazine’s Hall of Fame and recognition by Media Play News as one of the Top Women in Home Entertainment in 2020 and 2021. Dametra holds a master of business administration from the University of Southern California and a bachelor of science in social sciences from Colorado State University.
Marketing & Development Committee
Reagan Cannon is a dynamic executive, speaker, and the founder of RC Consulting, where she coaches career-minded women on how to scale into successful high-impact executives. Her extensive leadership insights stem from 20 years of experience at Fortune 15 companies such as AT&T and Amazon. Throughout her career, Reagan has lived out the blueprint on how to build successful and engaged teams and has led global organizations of 10,000 employees with record-breaking results. She was also the global head of Amazon’s executive development and has created leadership development programs for thousands of leaders and executives around the world.
As a certified ACC coach, Reagan is highly sought after by female leaders looking to increase their leadership and influence. In her book, The Cure for Career Quicksand, she teaches her time tested “Reagan’s Rules,” the guiding tenets which allowed her to quickly advance in her career from entry level manager to executive, leading teams of over 5,000 people by the time she was 33 years old. When she is not busy leading, speaking, and coaching, she serves as an Advisory Board Member for 4word, a non-profit dedicated to raising up female leaders.
Reagan is committed to helping individuals effectively scale their leadership skills and abilities, particularly in executive roles, so that they can create margin for the areas of their personal life that matter most — be it family, friends or a personal passion.
Dr. E. Anne Peterson
Finance & Audit Committee; Programs Committee
Anne serves as a senior C-suite executive with extensive experience in global health leadership, policy, strategy and direct program implementation. She most directed the billion-dollar AmeriCares health program portfolio in emergency response, access to medicine and US and global programs in clinical services. Her abiding interest is to see neglected global health issues addressed effectively, efficiently and in culturally appropriately ways for those most in need. Previously, she was the assistant administrator of the USAID’s Global Health Bureau, Virginia State Health Commissioner, consultant for CDC and WHO, research professor at George Washington University and vice dean for the Ponce Health Sciences University and C-suite executive in programs for World Vision International. She is a public health physician trained at the Mayo Clinic and Emory University and served as a missionary in Kenya and Zimbabwe addressing the epidemic of HIV/AIDS.
Finance & Audit Committee; Programs Committee
Lars is a Swedish national and has spent most of his professional life working in the overseas development assistance industry. Most recently, he served as advisor to the President of Walla Walla University for Strategy and Innovation, while also working as an independent author and speaker. Lars spent 18 years with World Vision International, where he served as chief futurist and vice president of the Office of Global Strategy prior to leaving. He spends much of his time consulting and advising in the “4th Sector” space, focusing on new approaches that are more effective in leveraging charity and markets for humanity.
Lars is an adjunct professor in the School of International Public Health at Loma Linda University in California. He is principal architect of the master’s degree for international development for ADRA International in Washington, DC and Andrews University in Michigan. He is also a member of APF, the Association of Professional Futurists, and serves as an executive in residence at the INSEAD University in France. He holds a master’s degree in business administration and an honorary doctorate in laws (Hon. LL. D.).
Dr. Albert Munanga
Dr. Albert Munanga is the director of health and clinical services for Mary’s Woods and an affiliate faculty member at the University of Washington School of Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Informatics. Prior to his role at Mary’s Woods, Dr. Albert served ERA Living for nine years as their regional director of health, wellness and compliance. There, he oversaw all quality improvement activities, developed service standards and outcome measurements, provided clinical support to nursing teams, and directed all wellness staff and programs. In addition, his professional experience includes work on the quality committee for both the Washington Health Care Association and the American Health Care Association.
Dr. Albert and his wife, Julianna, first connected with Medical Teams through our Field of Dreams event in 2022. He loves our calling as it aligns with his own faith and personal mission to serve others here in the United States and as a volunteer medical professional during his visits to Zambia, where he grew up. Although never a refugee, Dr. Albert has distinct memories of his family and country welcoming refugees from Rwanda and Congo. In fact, Dr. Albert currently serves as Honorary Consul for the Republic of Zambia. He holds a doctorate in behavioral health from Arizona State University and both a bachelor’s and master’s in nursing from Excelsior College in Albany, NY.
Since 2018, John has served as chief financial officer for Tektronix, where he is responsible for all strategic finance, controlling, tax, treasury, and facilities functions globally. Prior to taking on his current role, John was vice president of finance for Tektronix. This is John’s second stint at Tektronix. In his first term of nearly 13 years, John worked in a number of finance roles, including supporting investor relations, product development, sales & marketing, and service. John also spent time living and working overseas as an expat at Tektronix’s Bracknell, England office. Between his two periods at Tektronix, John spent more than four years working in finance leadership at Nike with increasing responsibilities providing finance and business partnership at the senior executive level.
John has a bachelor of arts in business leadership and politics & government from the University of Puget Sound and an MBA from Portland State University.
Outside of work, John enjoys time with his wife of 25 years and two children as well as photography and golf. He has also spent time in church non-profit leadership and treasury, and he currently sits on the business advisory council for the Portland State University School of Business.
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