We’re excited to have two new members on the Foundation for Comlex Healthcare Solutions Board of Directors!
Welcome Kurt Herron and Stephanie Goodrid Lawson.
Kurt joined Orthodynamics in November of 2001. Orthodynamics is a medical equipment company that provides orthopedic, assistive technology and ventricular assist device (VAD) equipment to patients in the home environment. Today, Orthodynamics is the largest provider of VAD outpatient equipment, serving patients across the nation.
Kurt has also formed his own angel investing company, KHLG, LLC. Kurt is an entrepreneur at heart and has formed several business relationships and partnerships with other companies. He is currently a partner and acting COO for a small optical frame company based in Indiana.
Prior to joining Orthodynamics, Kurt spent 16 years in the semiconductor business working for DuPont Photomask, Inc. He served in a variety of positions including sales, operations, supply-chain, and asset optimization. He has spent an extensive amount of time working with semiconductor companies, DuPont manufacturing facilities, and suppliers throughout the US, Europe, and Asia. DuPont Photomask was E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Company first IPO, as well as one of the most successful IPO’s in the company’s history.
Stephanie currently serves as a Gift Officer with the Eskenazi Health Foundation, which raises philanthropic support to enable Eskenazi Health to provide quality health care for all without exception.
She has successfully managed a major gift portfolio consisting of corporate foundations, family foundations, physicians, community leaders, women’s auxiliary groups and staff, resulting in successfully solicited gifts up to $500,000. One of the many highlights of serving with the Eskenazi Foundation has been her role in coordinating the fundraising efforts of the new Marianne Tobias Music Program and the Public Art Program, which has allowed her to work with artists from around the country, as well as cultivate and solicit art and music patrons in the Indianapolis community. She also spearheaded and managed the women’s philanthropy initiative including working with the St. Margaret’s Hospital Guild.
Additionally, she has had the opportunity to develop a stewardship plan including processes and procedures for key events, donor recognition and gifts for donors and volunteer leadership. Another unique opportunity has been taking the lead on managing the implementation of a new donor recognition software, Giftmap, for the campaign.