2017–2018 AHP Board of Directors Slate

The AHP Board Governance and Leadership Committee is pleased to present the following slate of AHP directors for 2017-2018, in accordance with AHP Bylaws Article VIII, Section 2.

Flynn A. Andrizzi, Ph.D.
Hoag Hospital Foundation

Flynn is the President of the Hoag Hospital Foundation. In this role he serves as a member of Hoag’s senior management team and leads the overall development operations for Hoag. Flynn has spent over 20 years as a leader in philanthropy.  

Before joining Hoag in 2010, Flynn served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer at the University of Iowa Foundation. Prior to that, Flynn served as Vice President for Institutional Advancement at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. He also served in top fundraising positions at the University of Utah. Flynn holds a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership & Policy from the University of Utah as well as B.S. and M.P.A. degrees from the same university.   

Flynn has served on several boards, including the Make-A-Wish Foundation. He actively serves in his church and has been involved with the Boy Scouts of America. Flynn has received several fundraising and academic awards, including being named a Truman Scholar. He has served on the AHP regional conference committee in numerous roles to include chairing the joint AHP Rockies & Southwest & AHP Pacific conference in 2013 and as part of the faculty and a speaker in 2011 and 2012. He currently serves as a Director on the AHP Board of Directors.

Flynn is a resident of Newport Beach where he resides with his wife Alison and their three children.

David L. Flood
President of Intermountain Foundation / System Chief Development Officer
Intermountain Healthcare

David L. Flood is the President of Intermountain Foundation / System Chief Development Officer at Intermountain Healthcare based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Serving as a member of the corporate executive team, Dave is responsible for the direction and oversight of the Intermountain Foundation, a comprehensive healthcare fundraising network designed to effectively meet the philanthropic and research needs of Intermountain’s 23 hospitals and related healthcare services. He works in conjunction with the foundation’s volunteer Board of Trustees, and coordinates with numerous boards throughout the Intermountain system.

Prior to his arrival at Intermountain, Dave served in leadership roles in healthcare and education, most recently as President of the Meridian Health Affiliated Foundations for the Meridian Health System in New Jersey.

Dave is involved in and has been recognized by numerous organizations in his personal and professional life, ranging from local to international in scope. He was previously named New Jersey’s Outstanding Professional Fundraiser by the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He has mentored and presented in numerous professional forums, and in 2013, served as the opening keynote speaker at the Healthcare Philanthropy Congress in Frankfurt, Germany. Dave is the immediate past-Chair of AHP and is currently serving on the AHP Board of Directors.

He was born and raised in New Jersey, and received his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees from Seton Hall University where he currently serves as a member of the university’s Board of Regents. He and his wife, Karen, are the proud parents of four children and reside in Salt Lake City.

Mark Larkin, CFRE
Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation

Mark Larkin is President of the Boca Raton Regional Hospital Foundation (BRRHF), located in Boca Raton Florida.  BRRH was named one of 40 high performing organizations in the U.S. by AHP in 2016. From 1997 to 2015, Mark served as Vice President of Philanthropy and Community Health with CentraCare Health based in St. Cloud, Minnesota. 

Mark has served in an executive leadership position since 2001. Before leaving CentraCare in July 2015 for Boca Raton, Mark was credited with establishing and aggressively growing the CentraCare Foundation raising more than $7.2 million dollars annually. He had grown the team from three employees to 12 for fundraising and led two very successful capital campaigns and efforts in wellness, which is leading to a reduction in childhood obesity rates and record low smoking rates. 

Mark has more than twenty-eight years in fundraising. He has worked for the Boy Scouts of America, United Way and since 1997, in health care philanthropy. Mark is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), a member of the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning, a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and has been a member of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) since 1997. Mark was tapped by AHP to help with a major governance change and establish a new strategic direction. Mark served as the Chair of the Standard Initiative in 2010-2012 and served as a special appointee to the board. In 2013, he was elected to serve on the new reorganized AHP Board of Directors. During his tenure on the Board, the team has implemented the new strategic direction and hired a new CEO for AHP. He currently serves as a Director on the AHP Board of Directors. 


Jory Pritchard-Kerr, FAHP
Executive Director
Collingwood General & Marine Hospital Foundation

Jory Pritchard-Kerr has been working in healthcare fundraising since 1988.

As Executive Director for the Collingwood General & Marine Hospital Foundation, she is responsible for all aspects of the Foundation’s programs including fundraising, donor relations, strategic planning and Board and volunteer development. Working in the incredibly diverse market of Southern Georgian Bay (about two hours north of Toronto, Canada) has allowed Jory the opportunity to successfully implement programs usually only found in much larger, urban centres.

Jory served multiple roles for the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) both in Canada and internationally including AHP Canada Regional Director, a director of AHP’s Board of Certification and three years as a Director on the AHP International Board. Jory served on the faculty of the Madison Institute for six years and she is currently serving as Chair on the AHP International Board.

Jory was the fifteenth Canadian to be awarded AHP’s highest accreditation level, Fellow in 2007. She served as an examiner of candidates for the AHP Fellows accreditation exam. 

Jory has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Recreation Administration, with a minor in Business, from the University of Waterloo. 
Jory lives in Collingwood Ontario with her husband. She has three grown sons and three adorable grandchildren.

Returning board members include Sharon A. Jones, FAHP, CFRE, vice president development, Chapters Health System, Temple Terrace, FL; Bridget Murphy, CFRE, chief philanthropy officer, VNA Health Group, Rumson, NJ; Fred Najjar, senior vice president of philanthropy, Dignity Health, San Francisco, CA; Pamela Puleo, FAHP, executive director, Concord Hospital Trust, Concord, NH; and Randy A. Varju, FAHP, CFRE, chief development officer & foundation president, Advocate Health Care, Downers Grove, IL.