The Jordan Health Foundation approved a new slate of officers at its annual meeting June 11. Elected to a term beginning June 2019, include DeLois “Kijana” Crawford, chairwoman; Stef Astheimer, vice chairman; RPD Commander (Ret.) Timothy List, secretary. William Hall, Sr., continues in his term as treasurer.
Crawford presently holds the rank of professor of sociology in the sociology/anthropology department of the Rochester Institute of Technology and is chairwoman of the African American, Latino, Asian and Native American (AALANA) faculty advisory council. She is also a member of the board of directors of the Rochester Academy Charter School.
Astheimer, vice president, strategy at Howe & Rusling, holds a degree in applied mathematics from Yale University. He also serves on the board of Mary’s Place Refugee Outreach and on the corporate advisory committee for the Memorial Art Gallery.
Retired from the Rochester Police Department after 31 years, Commander List currently serves on the staff of the Monroe County District Attorney. A graduate of Monroe Community College, List also attended the Leadership of Rochester program and the FBI Academy.
Hall, Sr. is president of Dedwen Financial. He formerly held positions with CONEA, MassMutual and NYLife Securities. A graduate of St. John Fisher College, Hall is currently pursuing his MBA from the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Rochester.
“An active board, steadfast in its commitment to Jordan Health, is more important now than ever” said Crawford. “As the political and economic climate present real challenges for the future of federally qualified health centers like Jordan, the foundation must now work harder than ever to ensure that Jordan Health can continue to be a safety net for the Rochester region