Terri Donlin Huesman has been selected President of the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation and the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville. She will assume her new role effective January 1, 2018, replacing longtime chief executive Richard A. Vincent who recently advanced his retirement effective December 31, 2017.
Ms. Donlin Huesman has been employed by the Foundations for 20 years, serving in several capacities, most recently as Executive Vice President. She is a graduate of Bowling Green State University and has a MBA from Franklin University. “Ms. Donlin Huesman has a successful history with our organization and the Board is proud to select her as our chief executive. We are confident in her ability to lead the Foundation in the future,” said Robert Palma, DO, Board Chair, Osteopathic Heritage Foundation.
Ms. Donlin Huesman has directed the grant programs for both Foundations and more recently assumed additional responsibilities in the operations of the Foundations. She has been instrumental in developing meaningful collaborative funding arrangements with other philanthropic organizations within the state and nationally, augmenting funding from the Foundations’ to advance the mission and serve the community through education, research and service consistent with the osteopathic heritage.
According to Frederick Oremus, Board Chair, Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville, “Terri has developed strong relationships throughout Southeast Ohio and as a result of these relationships and collaborations, the Foundation has had the privilege to support countless programs that help serve the most vulnerable within our communities.”
“The Foundations have a long history of service to the communities through direct philanthropic support as well as enhancing access to osteopathic medical care. Ms. Donlin Huesman has been an exemplary representative of the Foundations’ philosophy and culture and will be an excellent leader in advancing the mission,” said Rick Vincent.
Ms. Donlin Huesman serves on a number of councils and boards, locally and beyond, including the OhioHealth O’Bleness Governance Council, the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners, the National Association of Osteopathic Foundations and the Appalachian Funders Network. She and her husband, Tom Huesman, live in Gahanna.