Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton welcomes new board members at December 6 annual meeting
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton names new board members at annual meeting
At its Annual Meeting of the Boards, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton named three new members to the Board of Trustees and one new member to the Board of Advisors. Jimmy Liang, Maureen Glynn, and John Anderson, MD, have been named to the Board of Trustees. Nicole Boyson has been named to the Board of Advisors.
“We are grateful that these talented members of our community are willing to give their time and effort to benefit the hospital,” said Rich Fernandez, president, BID Milton. “Since the pandemic, the landscape of healthcare has changed, and we are confident these new members will help lead us into the future.”
“I welcome the new board members to our hospital family,” said Anthony Cichello, chair, Board of Trustees. “Our community has grown and so has the hospital. We have some exciting new projects on the horizon, and we look forward to their guidance and leadership.”
This Annual Meeting of the Boards was the first in-person meeting since 2019. The keynote speaker was Rob Hale, philanthropist, founder and CEO of Granite Communications.
Jimmy Liang, founder of JP Fuji Group, is an accomplished chef, co-founding his first restaurant, Fuji, in 1998. JP Fuji Group, under Liang’s guidance, thrives with nine Metro Boston locations. Beyond his culinary success, Liang’s leadership extends to chairing the South Shore YMCA’s Taste of the South Shore, serving on boards like Eastern Bank, and collaborating with Cambridge Savings Bank. His philanthropic efforts span diverse causes, including Father Bill’s & Main Spring’s Food Fest, the South Shore Medical Center’s Asian Service Fund, Bakes for Breast Cancer, Rodman for Kids, Quincy Asian Resources (QARI), Inc., WGBH, Pine Street Inn, Joslin Diabetes Center, and more. He also partners with “English for New Bostonians,” providing English classes to new immigrant employees.
Maureen Glynn is a partner and attorney at Issues Management Group. With more than 30 years of government affairs experience at the state and local levels, Maureen provides representation and counsel to multiple clients from a wide spectrum of sectors, including acute care and psychiatric hospitals, long term care, home health care, e-commerce companies, transportation and mobility organizations, waste management firms, non-profit charitable organizations and matters affecting the judiciary. Maureen provides legislative drafting and writing expertise, compliance, and strategic advice. Maureen has worked at the Massachusetts House of Representatives for a major committee with authority over most regulated industries including public utilities, energy, telecommunications, alcoholic beverages, professional licensing, and gaming. She serves on the boards of Quincy Community Action Programs, Health Imperatives, Inc. and has served on the Quincy College Board of Governors and the Quincy Planning Board. Maureen is a graduate of Suffolk University and Suffolk University Law School.
Jonathan Anderson, MD
Jonathan Anderson, MD, is an emergency physician at BID-Milton. Anderson began practicing at BID-Milton in 2011 and has worked full time at the hospital since that time. He has also worked in a variety of per diem capacities in the UMASS Emergency Departments in Leominster and Worchester, and the Harrington Healthcare system in Webster, MA.
Anderson has held leadership roles in the Emergency Department including as Chief of Emergency Medicine since 2014 (previously Associate Chief, and Director of Quality Assurance). Within the HMFP network of Emergency Departments, Anderson has held a number of leadership roles, including chairing the network Quality Assurance Committee. He served as the Vice President of the medical staff at Milton from February 2020-September 2023, and currently serves as the President of the Medical Staff.
Anderson received his Bachelor of Arts with honors from the University of Florida in History along with a Bachelor of Science with honors in Zoology in 2003. He earned his doctorate in medicine from the University of Florida College of Medicine in 2007.
Nicole Boyson is a Professor of Finance and Department Chair at Northeastern University, where she has taught since 2004. She is also co-editor for the Financial Analysts Journal and a principal at Longview Investment Advisors. Prior to receiving her Ph.D. in 2003, Boyson worked for eight years in the accounting and finance industries. Boyson serves as the Treasurer and a Trustee for the First Congregational Church of Milton.
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