Foundation Staff

St. Mary Corwin Hospital Foundation's staff helps provide direction and goals to keep the foundation on track when serving St. Mary Corwin Hospital and the Pueblo community.

Foundation Staff

St. Mary Corwin Hospital Foundation's staff helps provide direction and goals to keep the foundation on track when serving St. Mary Corwin Hospital and the Pueblo community.

Josh Bailey is the President and Chief Philanthropy Officer (CPO) for CHI Colorado Foundation and the Vice President for Centura Health’s Greater Colorado & Kansas Operating Group. He is also honored to be the inaugural Chair of CommonSpirit Health’s Philanthropic Advisory Council, representing 83 foundations across the largest non-profit health system in the country.

Josh has served the non-profit profession for over 23 years. Prior to his role with Centura and CHI Colorado Foundation, Josh completed a twelve-year tenure at Colorado College in the Advancement Division, leaving as Chief Development Officer / Associate Vice President for Advancement. His career also includes tenures at the United States Olympic Committee, Northern Illinois University and the University of Iowa.

Josh earned an M.A. from the University of Iowa, and a B.A. from Central College in Pella, Iowa. He is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and was honored as the 2013 Association of Fundraising Professionals, Southern Colorado Outstanding Fundraising Executive.

Linda is a Pueblo native serving the St. Mary-Corwin Health Foundation for just over 5 ½ years and earlier in her career with St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center for nearly 13+ years in a support role in Administration. Linda received her degree from the University of Southern Colorado in addition to an extended working knowledge of healthcare though years of experience and management level experience in the not-for-profit sector.

Linda’s passion has always been helping and serving others choosing healthcare as a career—specifically because of the commitment and mission of helping others not only within their healthcare needs—but more inclusive to mind, body, and spirit as exemplified by the mission of the organization through the healing ministry of Jesus Christ.

Linda has been married to her husband, Jerry, for over 40+ years. Together, they celebrate in the successes of their sons, Justin and Jared, and daughter-in-law, Nicole. A family who enjoys adventure, travel, and life together!

Lisa most recently was the Community Engagement Director at the Arthritis Foundation in Colorado, where she ran community programs such as Juvenile Arthritis summer camps, newly diagnosed patient programs, and professional education events for health care providers across multiple states. In addition, Lisa fundraised for major events and campaigns that included Walk to Cure Arthritis and Comedy for the Cure Gala.

Before her time at the Arthritis Foundation, Lisa worked at the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health (LPFCH) in the Planned Giving Department. Her focus was to help educate the wider community about diverse giving options for the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford. She was part of the campaign that launched Stanford’s new pediatric and obstetric hospital campus.

Lisa believes in the power of community support to make critical and lasting change. Lisa received her undergraduate degree from Colorado State University in Communication Studies, and her master’s degree from the University of Edinburgh in Social Anthropology.

In her free time, she loves spending time with family and friends while camping, fly fishing, and reading.