Board of Directors NEW
Shelly Finn, MD, President
The Everett Clinic, retired
Dr. Shelly Finn practiced Internal Medicine at The Everett Clinic for almost 30 years. In addition to general adult care, her clinical interests include geriatrics and care for patients with complex medical conditions. Dr. Finn served as Internal Medicine department chair and was a member of the Everett Clinic Board of Directors and Clinical Leadership Board. She loved teaching nursing and medical students from the University of Washington and Washington State. Shelly and her husband Doug live in Snohomish, where they relish the combination of nearby mountains, the Puget Sound, and local cultural activities.
Bob Bolerjack, 1st VP
Executive Director of Governmental Affairs
City of Everett
Bob joined the City of Everett in January 2016, overseeing government-to-government relations. Previously he was with the Snohomish County PUD as a Media and Public Relations Liaison, and before that worked for nearly 25 years at the Daily Herald in Everett in various editing positions – including Editorial Page Editor from 2002-2012. He was appointed by Gov. Chris Gregoire to the Everett Community College Board of Trustees in 2012, and also serves on the Community Advisory Council for Washington State University Everett. Bob and his wife, Wanda, live in Everett.
Brandon Savage, MD, 2nd VP
Kevin Clay, MD, Past President
Chief of Ambulatory Medicine
Providence Regional Medical Center, Everett
Amy Drewel, Past President
Owner, Mosaic Insurance Alliance
Mark Bryan is the Regional Vice President, Provider Experience for Humana’s Intermountain Region, which encompasses Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Utah. He leads the Provider Engagement and Provider Development teams across the region. Mark has spent the last 20 years working in managed Medicare and Medicaid for both regional and national carriers. Mark is a native Washingtonian and lives in Bothell (on the better side of the King-Snohomish border). His free time is monopolized by the females in his life (wife, three daughters, two dogs, and four hens). The other males in the household (one dog and one rooster) largely ignore him.
Everett Community College
Char Pike, RN
Care Coordination Consultant
Will Rivera, MSN, RN
Director, Care Management
Providence Regional Medical Center – Everett
Neil Siecke, MD
Medical Director Swedish Heart & Vascular Institute
Geriatric Nursing, retired