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Sequoia Hospital Foundation names new president
June 18, 2014, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

Gail Rudolph

The Sequoia Hospital Foundation announced Gail Rudolph, CFRE joined the organization as its new president this week.

In addition to her role with the Sequoia Hospital Foundation, Rudolph will also serve in a parallel role as vice president of Development and Community Relations for Dignity Health’s Sequoia Hospital.

Rudolph comes to Sequoia from the Cleveland Clinic where she served as the Neurological Institute’s Senior Director of Development. She previously served as the vice president of the Foundation at Centegra Health System near Chicago and as the director of development for Northwestern University.

Rudolph holds a master’s degree in Human Services Administration, is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and an active member and frequent speaker with the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy. 

 

 

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