San José Clinic Announces Appointment of Four New Board Members

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San José Clinic Announces Appointment of Four New Board Members

Houston, TX – San José Clinic, a United Way partner and a ministry of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston and Texas Medical Center Institution, announced the appointment of three new members to the Board of Directors and a new member to the Advisory Board. Our recent acquisitions will each help support the nonprofit’s mission to provide healing through quality healthcare and education with respect and compassion for those with limited access to care.

“San José Clinic is excited to announce additions to our Board and Advisory Board that will assist us in achieving our strategic initiatives.” – Maureen Sanders, CEO & President of San José Clinic

The new board members began their 3 year term with San José Clinic effective 01/01/2023 and can serve a maximum of 3 terms. The four new board members are:
Nancy J. Edgar, retired Human Resources Executive, has exceptional skills in Personnel/Human Resources for government and nonprofit organizations. With more than 40+ years of experience in the healthcare industry, Edgar provides compliant, mission-driven, and people-centered HR leadership.
Aurora Mitchell, CEO of Mitchell HealthCare Consulting, is a Healthcare Executive with 30+ years of hospital, medical, government-sponsored insurance, and consulting experience. Mitchell has demonstrated strengths in healthcare operations, strategic planning and growth, and a collaborative approach working with nonprofit (academic) organizations.
Susan Nutt, Executive Director of Development at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, specializes in fundraising strategy, marketing/public relations, and volunteer management for nonprofit organizations.
Lisa DeBauche, Committee Chair of the Charity Guild of Catholic Women, is a volunteer at the San José Clinic with a background in Nursing. DeBauche has led efforts to ensure that patients and their families have access to important resources throughout Houston. She will be joining the 2023 Advisory Board as the newest member.

President & CEO Sanders added, “As we look forward to the next 100 years, the Clinic hopes to bridge the health gap between the privileged and the uninsured population who often fall between the cracks of a challenging healthcare system without the Clinic’s help. With the onboarding of our new Board Members, I believe future goals to save lives and establish a culture where health is a priority can be accomplished.”

For more information on San José Clinic, please visit the organization’s website at

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