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New Community Leaders Selected to Serve on SageWest Board
December 3, 2020
SageWest Health Care announced that Andrea Dockery and Jason Kintzler recently joined the SageWest Board of Trustees.
“We are so excited to welcome Andrea and Jason to our Board and especially appreciate their diverse expertise,” said John Ferrelli, chief executive officer of SageWest Health Care. “They join SageWest at an exciting time as we continue to expand services to advancing our mission of Making Communities Healthier. We look forward to the value their leadership will bring to our SageWest Board.”
Andrea is a rancher and mom. She and her husband, Thad, and their daughters raise cattle on their ranch along the Sweetwater River, in southern Fremont County. Andrea earned a Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Science Education with a Middle Endorsement and a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from the University of Wyoming. She is involved in Wyoming Farm Bureau Federation and Fremont County Cattlewomen. Andrea is also a member of the Lander District Recreation Board and the Fremont County Recreation Board.
Jason is founder and CEO of Lifekey, a wearable technology designed to bring personal safety and convenience to active people and pets. He's also the creator of County 10, which he developed while CEO of Pitchengine, a PR software company serving more than 50,000 brands worldwide. Jason currently serves on the Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors. He's a Wyoming native and resident of Dubois where he and his wife are raising three boys and a princess.
SageWest’s other trustee members consist of John Ferrelli, SageWest CEO; Dr. Ben Francisco, Orthopedic Surgeon; Dr. Christopher Frazier, Optometrist; Cy Lee, Northern Arapaho Tribal Liaison for the State of Wyoming Office of Governor Gordon; Dr. Mel Meyer, Emergency Medicine and SageWest Chief of Staff; Sandra Podley, LifePoint Health Western Division President; Lee Tendore, Eastern Shoshone Tribal Liaison for the State of Wyoming Office of Governor Gordon and Kathy Wells, Central Wyoming College Vice President for Academic Affairs.