Our Board

John Clark

Board Chair

John Clark is a dynamic and effective information technology executive who has dedicated his career of over 20 years to healthcare delivery and to the service of others. He has held progressive leadership roles with large integrated health systems such as Baylor Health System of Dallas Texas and BayCare Health Systems of Clearwater Florida. During his career, he has also held the role of CIO for hospitals and hospital development and management organizations. Within his vast network of peers and mentors, Mr. Clark is revered as a strategic visionary and organizational change agent. He is known for using customer relationship management and collaborative approaches to support innovative Information Services (IS) delivery methodologies. He has often been the go-to leader for significant process modification, quick turnaround on major initiatives, risk mitigation, and overall organizational cultural change.

Mr. Clark holds a Bachelors of Business Administration with a concentration in Management Information Systems and a Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Technology Management. He is a combat veteran and was Honorably Discharged from the U.S. Army, Signal Corp in 1993 where he provided logistical services, technology support, network infrastructure design and telecommunications for NATO operations, rapid deployment forces and front line infantry units.

Mr. Clark has a deep understanding of the driving influences of technology in the clinical and business aspects of healthcare delivery. He is committed to making all areas of technology and IS service delivery top notch at Central Health.

 

David Evans

Board Vice Chair

Mr. Evans has more than 30 years experience as a leader in behavioral health and developmental disabilities and also serves as the Chief Executive Officer for New Milestones Foundation. Evans is also an adjunct faculty at The University of Texas at Austin. He serves on the Austin Wellness and Prevention Committee, Community Action Network Administrative Council, Texas Council of Community MHMR Centers Executive Directors’ Consortium and is a Board Member of Tejas Behavioral Health Services. He is a member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and National Alliance for the Mentally Ill. Past experience includes serving as State Commissioner in Georgia for Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse; State Director in Nebraska for Mental Retardation Services; Trustee for the Commission for the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities; Past President of the National Association for State Mental Retardation Program Directors; Georgia Governing Planning Council for Developmental Disabilities; and the National Association of State Mental Health Directors.

 

Earl Maxwell

Board Treasurer

Since 2007, Earl Maxwell has served as the CEO of St. David’s Foundation. The Foundation is a nonprofit that improves health and healthcare for Central Texans. Of the Foundation’s more than $40 million budget, money is granted to community-based organizations that provide primary and special healthcare for the uninsured, mental health services, services for older adults, healthy living and wellness, and research and education. The Foundation also provides dental care to Title I schools in the Greater Austin area. The Foundation, in partnership with a for-profit company, owns the seven St. David’s hospitals in Central Texas, which provide millions of dollars of care each year for the uninsured in St. David’s hospitals.
Prior to stepping into the St. David’s role, Earl was the leading partner of Maxwell Locke & Ritter LLP, Austin’s largest locally owned and managed accounting and consulting firm. He grew up in Houston and attended the University of Houston where he received his Bachelor of Business in Accounting in 1976.

Earl is the author of Service Prosperity and Sanity — Positioning the Professional Service Firm for the Future. His experience includes 31 years in public accounting, including 14 years with Deloitte & Touche and its predecessor Deloitte Haskins & Sells.

Earl’s innovative, non-traditional experience grew out of the process he and the partners of Maxwell Locke & Ritter followed as they established and built a different type of firm…..a firm dedicated to serving people. His work at the St. David’s Foundation is a logical extension of his previous experience.

Earl has spent most of his time in three areas; family, community and business. He has been able to merge these interests by helping to establish a family-friendly workplace and working in the community to support various educational and health and human services programs. He is proudest of his partnership with his wife in raising their two sons. He strives to provide a work environment that is committed to balancing work, life and the community.

 

Greg Hartman

Greg Hartman is the President of External Affairs for the Seton Healthcare Family.  He has responsibility for communications, marketing, and government affairs for the Seton network, as well as Seton’s growing enterprise in academic medicine and research.  Prior to this current role, Greg was the President and CEO for Seton’s Central Group, which included Seton Medical Center Austin, the University Medical Center Brackenridge and the Clinical Education Center @ Brackenridge.

Greg has been heavily involved for several years in the efforts to create a collaboration between Seton, the University of Texas at Austin, UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, the UT System and Central Health to bring translational medical research and academic medicine to Central Texas, including the new UT Austin medical school and a new teaching hospital.

Before joining Seton, Greg worked around the nation as a consultant for public affairs, communications, marketing, advertising and strategic planning.  He was a Managing Director for Public Strategies, Inc., and previously a Senior Partner with MGT of America, a management consulting and research firm.  He served as Executive Assistant and Director of Communications for former Texas State Comptroller John Sharp, and also worked for legislators in both the Texas Senate and House.

Additionally, for nearly two decades, he worked as a strategic consultant for several political campaigns, including campaigns for President, the U.S. Senate and numerous statewide campaigns.