The King County executive appoints members of the Harborview Board of Trustees, subject to the confirmation by the King County Council.
Thirteen positions on the board represent the districts of Metropolitan King County. The board, as the representative authority of the county, oversees the provision of health-care services in order to assure that high quality health care is made available to county residents.
For all correspondence with Harborview Medical Center's Board of Trustees please contact the Board of Trustee Liaison, Jennifer Uy, at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.744.3036.
Board of Trustees Meeting Schedule is available online.
Meet the Board of Trustees
Lisa Jensen, President
Lisa Jensen is a principal of Jensen Companies, Inc, a company providing technical training to contractors and website and internet marketing support to a variety of business and non-profit organizations. She was elected to the Newcastle City Council in 2007, and appointed to the Harborview board in 2008. Her experience includes over 10 years with Lawson Software, consulting and managing sales support for Healthcare clients, and several years as an Industrial Engineer in the aerospace industry, focused on improving efficiencies in manufacturing processes. She holds a B.A. in Business from the University of Washington.
Bernadene "Bernie" Dochnahl, Vice President
Appointed to the Harborview board by King County Council Member Julia Patterson, District 5, in 2006. She lives in Renton. The Dochnahl’s manage/develop commercial properties in Renton and Kent.
Experience includes leading small business, executive at Puget Sound Energy, leading the health reform agency for Governor Lowry in the mid 1990’s; leading a private, non-profit micro lending organization, Global Partnerships. Over 25 years experience leading and motivating people to focus on customer satisfaction and business success.
Current community leadership positions include Mutual of Enumclaw Property and Casualty Insurance Company Board of Trustees Chair; Washington State Health Insurance Pool (WSHIP) past Vice Chair; Renton Chamber of Commerce legislative committee chair as well as board member for Harborview Medical Center.
Doug Armintrout is a business professional with experience in construction management, medical facility development and real estate investing. He is committed to activities that promote education, athletics, and life skill development for disadvantaged children and that support homeless families. He was appointed to the Board of Trustees in October 2010.
David is a 66-year-old husband and father of three. He and his wife Sheri live in Kenmore. David owns Vision Systems Engineering, Ltd. A machine vision, video inspection company as well as an Internet based cell phone service company that specializes in cell phone repairs and accessories.
David was raised in Los Angeles and educated in Los Angeles Public Schools. He moved to Nebraska in 1972 and received a RN degree in 1974 from Iowa Western Community College. He attended the University of Nebraska and received a BS in 1978 and a Masters of Science in 1979. David moved to Kenmore in 1995 after receiving a Ph.D. from Iowa State University.
Steffanie M. Fain
Steffanie M. Fain is an associate attorney in the Seattle office of Gordon & Rees LLP. Ms. Fain has extensive experience in a wide variety of litigation, including commercial litigation, products liability, asbestos litigation, and personal injury lawsuits.
David Hadley, Ph.D.
David Hadley had provided executive leadership for research and development organizations throughout his 30 year career in both entrepreneurial start-ups and large public companies. He has extensive experience in building successful organizations, mergers, acquisitions, venture financing and initial public offerings.
Technologies managed include projects for the Department of Defense for nuclear detection and discrimination, software systems in support of oil and gas exploration, enterprise-wide software systems for customer management and medical device development for diagnostic cardiology (ECG). Hadley retired from Quinton / Cardiac Science in 2007 and continues to pursue cardiac research interests with Stanford colleagues. Hadley holds a PhD in geophysics from Caltech and is the author of 40 papers published in peer reviewed journals.
Lisa Jacobs has over 20 years of experience in labor relations, contract administration and negotiation, and collective bargaining in the public and private sector. Lisa is currently on staff at the Seattle Education Association. She received a J.D. degree from Seattle University and was appointed to the Harborview Medical Center Board of Trustees March 2014.
Jonathan Kil, MD
Jonathan Kil is the CEO of Sound Pharmaceuticals, a private biotechnology company focused on developing the first therapeutics to treat hearing loss and tinnitus. As Co-Founder he developed the technologies that are being tested in several neurotologic indications. Dr. Kil is the recipient of several grants and awards from the DoD and NIH, and an advisor to the DoD’s Hearing Center of Excellence. Locally, he is a Board member of the Academy for Precision Learning, an independent K-12 school focused on autism-inclusion, and the Bertschi School.
Clayton Lewis, Past President
Clayton Lewis is a Partner at Maveron, LLC and leads Maveron’s investment activities in health and wellness companies while working with portfolio companies and Maveron operations. Clayton has an extensive background in driving operations and a strong track record of returns, serving as president and chief operating officer of HouseValues.com. In addition to two decades of executive leadership experience, Clayton held positions in national politics serving on Capitol Hill as Chief of Staff to Congresswoman Louise Slaughter (NY) and managed several high-profile campaigns. He holds a degree in business from the University of Washington.
Beyond his work with entrepreneurs, Clayton is very active in supporting a number of community organizations, and currently serves on the board of trustees for Harborview Medical Center and One Reel. He is an avid athlete, and enjoys competing in Ironman triathlons, cycling with his partner in remote countries and scuba diving in warm waters.
Sharon Maeda has decades of public policy experience in both her career and community service. Her career has included Deputy Secretary for the US Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington DC, Deputy General Secretary for the United Methodist Church Board of Ministries and Director of the Ford Foundation’s Seattle Community Development Partnership. Serving on numerous committees and community organizations, such as the Alaska Way Viaduct Replacement Program Advisory Committee on Tolling and Traffic Management, Sharon has supported public policy, advocacy initiatives, referenda, and legislation on local, state and, national levels.
Sharon holds a BA and MAT from the University of Washington. She completed the Advanced Management Seminar Program at Harvard University.
David McDonald practices technology-related intellectual property litigation at K&L Gates in Seattle. He graduated form Harvard Law School in 1973. He is a member of the American Bar Association, American Trial Lawyers Association and the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association.
Dave is a past president of the Harborview Board and has served as a Trustee since 1998.
Lee Ann Prielipp, Past President
Lee Ann Prielipp was appointed to the HMC Board in 2003 by King Council Member Pete von Reichbauer. She taught for 27 years in the Federal Way School District at the elementary and junior high school levels. Lee Ann then spent eight years as vice president and president of the Washington Education Association. Lee Ann also serves on the Washington Health Care Authority’s Public Employees Benefits Board representing K-12 Retirees.