Kalispell,
14
January
2022
|
14:12 PM
America/Denver

Logan Health names new Foundation lead

Logan Health recently completed its search for a new Foundation leader to oversee the health system’s philanthropic endeavors. Today, Dr. Craig Lambrecht, President & CEO of Logan Health, announced that Joseph McClafferty will join the organization in February as the new Logan Health Foundation President. “Joe has spent a significant amount of time with our management team and they unanimously endorsed him as the right candidate at the right time for Logan Health,” said Dr. Lambrecht. “Joe’s engaging personality and energetic style will lift our Foundation to new levels of donor engagement and philanthropic support, and we are excited to have his visionary leadership style as part of our management team.” 

McClafferty comes to Logan Health from Montana Technological University where he served as Vice Chancellor for Development and Alumni Engagement and CEO of Montana Technological University Foundation. He held this position since 2012. Prior to 2012, he was Director of Athletics at the University. He and his wife Therese have three grown children: Brianne, Micaul, and Gabe. 

McClafferty shared his excitement about joining the Logan Health team and working with the Foundation Board. “Logan Health is uniquely positioned to positively impact health care in Montana as an aligned integrated health system,” he said. “I come from a family of nurses and providers, and I am honored to be a part of the health care team. I am looking forward to working closely with the Foundation Board. My wife and I have always loved the Flathead Valley and are excited to be calling it home.”