Serve on our board
CHC always welcomes individuals who are interested in joining our Board of Directors. As a Board member, your skills and talents will be used to help fulfill CHC’s mission – to provide our diverse community with access to high quality, affordable primary health care.
CHC is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, of which over half are CHC patients. Each member provides valuable insight into how we can best meet the needs of our community and our patients.
Role of CHC's Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is responsible for setting strategic direction and policy for the organization as well as overseeing CHC finances and ensuring CHC is managed in a fiscally responsible way. They meet once a month for approximately two hours and with each member expected to participate on a working committee. Depending on its charge, a working committee may meet anywhere from once a month to once a year. To join or for more information, please call (425) 789-3701.
JESSICA ENICK, MSIO
Board Vice Chair
Jessica Enick holds a Master of Science in Industrial-Organizational Psychology (MSIO) which she uses in her work with the Tulalip Tribes. She joined Community Health Center of Snohomish County’s Board of Directors in 2020 because the mission and values of the organization aligned with her own. Jessica is a current patient with previous board experience and wanted to bring her perspective to a foundation that has cores and values which match her own.
ROBERT “MAX” MAXWELL
Robert “Max” Maxwell serves on Community Health Center of Snohomish County’s Board of Directors and is a CHC patient. Currently, he serves in the Oregon Primary Care Association. “Board membership provides me with an opportunity to continue to assist in the mission of the community health care system in the Northwest. The system exists to provide health care for underserved individuals regardless of ability to pay.”
Julian King is the co-founder and CEO of CARE4SOFTWARE, Inc. and joined Community Health Center of Snohomish County’s Board of Directors in March of 2021. “I receive primary care from CHC and wanted to volunteer and assist the team providing excellent care to our community.”
OLIVIA MATHISEN-HOLLOMAN, RDN, CD
Olivia Mathisen-Holloman is a member of Community Health Center of Snohomish County’s Board of Directors. She is a Clinical Dietitian at Sodexo and has been a CHC Board member since 2017. Olivia believes her clinical experience and knowledge give her a unique perspective as a board member and she wholeheartedly believes in the mission. “I am proud to be a part of an organization that consistently looks for ways to serve the needs of its community.”
Charles Mister became a member of Community Health Center of Snohomish County’s Board of Directors in 2019. He uses his background and passion in aiding CHC to fulfill its mission by providing policy, financial, and performance oversight as well as strategic planning and direction.
Razaq Raji, is a member of Community Health Center of Snohomish County’s Board of Directors and a CHC patient. He is a Senior Program Manager at Amazon and reflects, “I have and continue to receive high-quality health care service from CHC staff members.” Volunteering on the board provides me an opportunity to give back to the community and ensure high standards in primary health care delivery are available to all community members.
Ed Rogan currently serves as a member of Community Health Center of Snohomish County’s Board of Directors, which he has been part of since 2016. Additionally, Ed is a Partner and Search Practice Leader at The Valtas Group. Ed reflects, “My time with CHC has been the best health care experience of my life.” He is a passionate believer in CHC’s work, the services it offers, and the impact it has in our great community.
Lenora Rose is a member of Community Health Center of Snohomish County’s Board of Directors, which she has been part of since 2015. Lenora is a current patient and first learned about CHC when she reached a critical and scary time in her life. Having a child with special health care needs, CHC provided Lenora’s family an affordable health care option that wouldn’t compromise her child’s health. Lenora believes in CHC’s mission and believes no one should have to make a decision that prevents them from accessing quality health care.
SANDRA TOUSSAINT, MPA, CCRP
Sandra Toussaint, MPA, CCRP joined the Board because CHC’s mission, to provide quality healthcare for all, aligns with her belief that a healthy populace leads to a productive community.
She has spent the majority of her career in clinical research, most recently focusing on document review and submission to ethics committees, the US Food & Drug Administration, and other regulatory bodies. Sandra sees life through an equity/equality lens and is involved in community activities, volunteers at school districts, and was a member of Equity Alliance for Achievement (EAACH) initiative.