LAS VEGAS – The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Foundation is guided by a diverse Board of Directors and is proud to announce the appointments of five women as board members on International Women’s Day, a day commemorating the social, political, and economic achievements of women.
The organization’s new board members include: Lisa Bogard, President and CEO of the Anthem Nevada Medicaid Market; Rosie Bone, Senior Vice President – Community Relations and Public Affairs, Las Vegas Raiders; Kimberly Shaw, President/Chief Executive Officer, Dignity Healthy St. Rose Dominican San Martin; Olivia J. Smith, Growth and Development Director, Health Plan of NV, United Healthcare; and Donna Stanfel, Vice President Retail Market Manager, Nevada State Bank.
The announcement underscores the LVMPD Foundation’s commitment to expanding its board to both reflect the community and tap into the significant talent of many of our valley’s business and community leaders. With these new members, 50 percent of the LVMPD Foundation board is now comprised of women.
Bogard is President and CEO of the Anthem Nevada Medicaid Market after serving as Chief Operations Officer and Regional Vice President for Nevada Medicaid. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Southern New Hampshire University. With more than two decades of experience in health care leadership, Bogard has a passion for volunteering and giving back to the community.
Bone is Senior Vice President, Community Relations and Public Affairs for the Las Vegas Raiders, overseeing community relations, event operations, the Raiders Foundation, and youth football for the Silver and Black. Bone also serves on the Board of Directors for the Henderson Chamber of Commerce, and the advisory Board for Special Olympics of Nevada. Bone earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Saint Mary.
Shaw, MBA, BSN, RN, FACHE, earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and an MBA from Texas Women’s University. She held the positions of Director of Critical Care and Cardiology Services for Valley View Hospital Director; Director of Critical Care Services/Interim Chief Nursing Officer at St. Luke’s Sugar Land Hospital; and Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nurse Executive Officer for Dignity Health Mercy Medical Center. In 2017, Shaw accepted the role of Chief Operations Officer for Dignity Health, St. Rose Dominican Siena Campus. She became President and Chief Executive Officer of St. Rose Martin in 2019.
Smith is Growth and Development Director for Health Plan of NV, United Healthcare. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and has over 20 years of experience in medical operations. Her philanthropic work includes the development of community programs for low-income families; working with 11 LVMPD substations’ Community Oriented Police (COP) teams to drive community events; and serves on the event planning committees for the Office of Community Engagement (OCE), LVMPD Foundation, and Three Square.
Stanfel, a professional with more than 18 years of banking experience, holds the position of Vice President, Retail Market Manager for Nevada State Bank. She earned a Bachelor of Business from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, as well as her MBA from the UNLV Executive MBA program. Over the past decade, she has coordinated Nevada State Bank’s support of Junior Achievement, including fundraising and volunteer efforts. Stanfel serves as a Las Vegas Leadership Alumna, expanding her reach with other leaders in the community.
“For over two decades the LVMPD Foundation board has ensured the organization is an engaged and respectful partner of the LVMPD,” said Tom Kovach, Executive Director of the LVMPD Foundation. “These latest trustee appointments continue to bolster our ability to support the many critical and important initiatives of the LVMPD that make Southern Nevada a safer place to live, work, and visit.”
About the LVMPD Foundation:
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that raises funds to support and supplement Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department programs and initiatives. The LVMPD Foundation was established in 1999 and is dedicated to supporting LVMPD area commands, special units, equipment, training, and hundreds of community engagement programs and initiatives that build relationships between law enforcement and the communities they serve. Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Officers are here to Protect and Serve our community, and together with law enforcement, we can help make our neighborhoods safer for all. Please join us in our important work by contributing at www.lvmpdfoundation.org