While preparing for Wednesday night’s ReuNight, Co-Chair Kristi Sherrill Hoyl was also expanding her responsibilities at Baylor Scott and White Health. She’s been with the healthcare system for the past 13 years, during which time she’s held the position of Chief Government Affairs Officer, setting up “the system’s legislative agenda and ensured that policy makers understood the implications of various legislation on the organization’s ability to serve.”
It was during that time that the merger between Baylor Health Care System merged with Scott and White Healthcare resulting in Baylor Scott and White Health — the largest not-for-profit healthcare system in Texas.
In her “free time,” Kristi’s been heavily involved with numerous nonprofits and community organizations like Downtown Dallas Inc. and the Cotton Bowl Association. In 2010, she chaired the Cattle Baron’s Ball at Southfork benefiting the American Cancer Society.
It was just announced that Baylor Scott and White CEO Jim Hinton has named her “Chief Policy, Government and Community Affairs Officer.” In her new role she will be “overseeing the four Baylor Scott and White foundations, all of the system’s community relations activities, and will continue to oversee government affairs.”
Congrats to Kristi, Jim and Baylor!