Moore named chair of board of trustees


DAYTON — The Premier Health Board of Trustees has named Anita J. Moore as chair. Ms. Moore has been a member of the board since 2012, and also served as the president of the Miami Valley Hospital Board. She has had a successful career, most recently as the vice president of human resources for The Berry Company, an entity of AT&T, where she worked for 25 years. She retired from the company in 2008.

“We are so pleased that Anita continues to accept leadership roles at Premier, and becoming chair of the board is of benefit to our organization and the entire community,” says Jim Pancoast, Premier Health CEO. “Anita’s professional experience and her commitment as a community volunteer provides us with an incredible level of expertise.”

Ms. Moore has been a committed community advocate, serving in many leadership roles. In addition to her volunteer positions at Premier, she serves on the Board of Trustees for County Corp, The Dayton Foundation, and the Montgomery County Workforce Investment Board. She was instrumental in working to launch and lead Dayton Diversity and Inclusion Partners and has participated in leadership positions with Dayton Area Recruiting Alliance (DARA), and was a member of the Miami Valley Senior Human Resource Roundtable.

“We are fortunate to have Anita leading our community based board of trustees,” says Mary Boosalis, president of Premier Health. “Anita’s expertise and guidance are invaluable as we continue to serve our mission to build healthier communities. Her proven record of achievement and as a highly respected leader in our community is one we are proud of and know will make a positive difference for those we serve.”

In 2014, Ms. Moore was honored by the Dayton YWCA as a Woman of Influence. She has made presentations for numerous organizations and has been a valued mentor for many. She attended Spalding University in Louisville, Kentucky, and completed the University of Michigan Business School’s Human Resource Executive Program. She resides in Kettering with her husband, James.

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