The Sacred Heart Hospital and Saint Mary’s Hospital Foundations has tabbed a new director.
The Foundation recently named Tomahawk resident Jesse Bolder to take over the position. In collaboration with Ministry Sacred Heart Hospital and Ministry Saint Mary’s Hospital, the Foundations identify specific needs, and sponsor programs and services to support the hospitals, and community organizations, through their philanthropic efforts.
Bolder comes from Wells Fargo Advisers where he served as a financial adviser. He also worked as the director of marketing for Ruder Ware Law Firm, and as the chief operating officer of the Wisconsin Woodchucks Baseball Club. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Notre Dame.
In welcoming Bolder, Ministry Sacred Heart – Saint Mary’s Hospital President, Monica Hilt says, “(Jesse) comes to the organization with a wealth of experience in the areas of business administration, financial management, marketing and community-based fundraising.”
Bolder is eager to work in a community he knows well, “I was born at the old Saint Mary’s Hospital and grew up in the Gleason area,” he said. “This position allows me to utilize my training and experience to the benefit of our communities. Health care is facing many challenges and I believe the Foundations can help meet some of the future needs for the residents of the Tomahawk and Rhinelander area.”
The Foundations help shape the quality and availability of health care in an effort to enhance the health and well-being of all people in Rhinelander, Tomahawk, and surrounding communities.