For Immediate Release
PROJECT ANGEL HEART WELCOMES 2021 BOARD MEMBERS
DENVER – Feb. 18, 2021 – Project Angel Heart today announced four new board members: Aaron DeBoer, Heather Miller, Gary Outlaw, and Zula Solomon. These new directors will provide strategic direction for continued growth around Project Angel Heart’s mission – to improve health and well-being for people with life-threatening illnesses by preparing and delivering medically tailored meals and promoting the power of food as medicine.
“We are extremely grateful to welcome our new board members,” said Owen Ryan, president and CEO of Project Angel Heart. “Each one of them provides our board with a unique background and perspective and we look forward to their expertise and guidance this year.”
Aaron DeBoer is the Head of Strategy for OptumHealth, the national care delivery arm of UnitedHealth Group. He and his team help to support National and Market leadership in achieving growth, building partnerships, and ensuring performance.
Heather Miller is executive vice president and Chief Marketing Officer at UMB Financial Corporation. She is responsible for all marketing initiatives and communication programs for the company. Heather currently serves as a member of the Coors Western Art advisory board and is on the board of the Central City Opera, where she serves as Treasurer.
Gary Outlaw recently retired from Merrick & Company; a multi-disciplined engineering firm headquartered in Colorado. Gary was Vice President / Officer of the firm and spent his 30-year career developing business opportunities.
Zula Solomon is the Director of Quality and Population Health at Physician Health Partners (PHP). In this role, she is accountable for the development, implementation, assessment and measurement of all quality improvement programs for PHP. She has extensive health care management experience in Medicare Advantage, Medicaid and commercial accountable care organization (ACO) programs.
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About Project Angel Heart
Project Angel Heart improves health and well-being for people with life-threatening illnesses by preparing and delivering medically tailored meals and promoting the power of food as medicine. In 2021, the agency is projected to provide more than 550,000 meals, at no cost, to 3,500 Coloradans facing cancer, kidney disease, HIV/AIDS, and other illnesses. For more information, call 303.830.0202 or visit www.www.projectangelheart.org.