From Illinois Business Journal news services
MARYVILLE — The Anderson Hospital Foundation has added Joan E. O’Saben to its leadership team as a Foundation Board director.
O’Saben (left), chief financial officer and treasurer, senior vice president at Hortica Insurance & Employee Benefits in Edwardsville, brings a wealth of expertise. She is an active community member with volunteer service to the Land of Goshen Rotary, Edwardsville YMCA, SIUE School of Business, United Way of Southwestern Illinois and other not for profit organizations. O’Saben holds MBA, CPA and CPCU designations.
“I am humbled to be asked to serve on the Anderson Hospital Foundation Board,” said O’Saben. “As a native of our community, I have both the desire and responsibility to serve in efforts to better it. And, because Anderson Hospital is a cornerstone here, my response to the board’s generous invitation was a resounding ‘yes.’”
The Anderson Hospital Foundation enables longevity of a donor gift and offers donor opportunities such as endowments, planned giving, charitable gift annuities, grants, memorials, bequests, naming rights, annual campaigns, and future capital campaigns. A governing board focuses solely on contributions, prospecting and obtaining new donors, while making certain sound planning investments are made for the foundation, all creating an increase of income revenue for the hospital.