San Diego Leaders Dickinson, Stapleton & Tjosvold Join Scripps Health Board of Trustees

Three prominent San Diego business and community leaders – Martin C. Dickinson, Maureen A. Stapleton and Robert Tjosvold – have joined the Board of Trustees of Scripps Health.

Dickinson, a 40-year veteran of the San Diego commercial banking sector, currently serves on the board of directors of Landmark National Bank, Oklahoma Publishing Co., H.G. Fenton Co. and Broadmoor Hotel, Inc. A resident of Rancho Santa Fe, he is actively involved with San Diego Hospice, the Rancho Santa Fe Foundation and the National Cowboy & Western History Museum in Oklahoma City, Okla.

Stapleton is general manager of the San Diego County Water Authority.She also has served as chair and is on the boards of both the Western Urban Water Coalition and the California Urban Water Agencies.Before joining the authority, Stapleton served as assistant city manager for the city of San Diego.Stapleton, who lives in San Diego, is also former chair and longtime board member of the Combined Health Agencies and United Way of San Diego County.

Tjosvold serves on the boards of the YMCA of San Diego County, San Diego Bowl Game Association and Sierra Aluminum Co. Formerly the San Diego market president for Bank of America, Tjosvold is a past chairman of the American Hearth Walk for San Diego County and the San Diego County YMCA Support Campaign. A Poway resident, he is also actively involved with the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl and San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl.

“We’re honored to have these three outstanding individuals join the Scripps Board of Trustees,” said Chris Van Gorder, president and CEO of Scripps Health. “We are grateful for the expertise, commitment and genuine caring of these dedicated community leaders. As Scripps has set a course for growth and expansion over the next several years, the leadership, guidance and direction of our board is all the more valuable to our continued success.”

Contact: Steve Carpowich
Ph: 858-678-7183

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