Richard H. Taketa (Rick) currently works with public and private high-growth companies, with a focus on tech-enabled service businesses. Most recently, he stepped down in late 2018 from the senior operating role at York Risk Services, Inc., where he was the President and CEO. Prior to York, Rick was a co-founder of a private equity group named Eventide Capital, a corporate securities lawyer with DLA Piper, and spent four years in Washington, D.C. working with public policy. Rick was named Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the year in 2017 and has been a recurring guest lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Deborah (Debbie) H. Margolis is active in many charities, locally and nationally. Her many roles at Jewish Federation of Orange County include past chair of the board, and she was president of Women’s Philanthropy (WP) and currently chairs the Leadership Advisory Committee for WP. Debbie received the Woman of the Year Award from WP in Orange County in 2015 and the Kipnis-Wilson/Friedland Award at the International Lion of Judah Conference in New Orleans in 2010. At the national level, Debbie served on the National Women’s Philanthropy Board of Jewish Federations of North America.
Members of Temple Bat Yahm (TBY) in Newport Beach, Debbie and her husband Jeff are active in temple life. She has held several positions on the TBY Board and was TBY's Woman of the Year in 2004. She currently chairs the TBY Legacy Committee.
Debbie grew up in Boulder, Colorado, and lived in Denver before moving to Corona del Mar, California. She and Jeff have two adult daughters and two granddaughters. She lives part time in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and loves to hike, golf, and ski.
Kyle B. Wescoat is recently retired but continues as an advisor and board member at several companies. He spent much of his career as a financial executive in branded consumer, technology, and health care. He is the former CFO of several public and private companies, including Emulex, Vizio, Vans, Skullcandy, Cherokee, Meadows Behavioral Healthcare, and the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team. Kyle lives in Orange County and is active in a variety of charitable activities, including Be Well OC. He was also a past member of the Board of the Orange County Big Brothers Big Sisters, where he served on the executive committee and was treasurer and chair of the audit committee. He is the founder and principal benefactor of the Scott King Memorial Scholarship Endowment and is a member of the President’s Advisory Committee, both at Drexel University in Philadelphia.
Carolyn C. McKitterick and her husband Gary live in Corona del Mar and are longtime volunteers at Hoag, where their adult daughters and grandchildren were born and where Carolyn's nonagenarian parents have been treated for decades. Carolyn currently serves as Secretary of the Hoag Hospital Foundation Board of Directors. Her other volunteer passion is the Orange County Bar Foundation - Project Youth. A freelance lawyer for Montage Legal Group, Carolyn is past president of Project Youth and chaired Project Youth’s Higher Education Mentoring program for several years.
Flynn Andrizzi came to Hoag in 2010 from the University of Iowa Foundation where he served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer.Read More +
Flynn Andrizzi came to Hoag in 2010 from the University of Iowa Foundation where he served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer. A 20-plus year veteran in fundraising with an extensive background in managing highly successful university foundations, Flynn is implementing fundraising best practices to move the Hoag Hospital Foundation to the next level.
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