BILLINGS – The CEO and President of St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation is stepping down from his post.
In a statement about his departure from the hospital foundation, Dennis Sulser cited his time and work raising over $39 million in donations to help children in the community.
“Since 2015, I have been the President and CEO of the St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation and have always been passionate about our mission—and have truly lived it as I have served our community,” said Sulser in a statement.
The statement praised the team-building at the foundation with others who share his passion for philanthropic giving.
“Under my leadership, funds have been raised to help children in our community receive exceptional care close to home, grow our pastoral care program and ensure that families have a beautiful environment to welcome their newest little ones,” he said in the statement
According to the foundation’s website, Sulser started in 2015 and was clinic administrator at the Children’s Clinic in Billings.
He served the Children’s Clinic for seven years and during that time the practice relocated to a state-of-the-art, pediatric-friendly facility, designed and built specifically for the practice of pediatrics.
Before beginning his healthcare career, Dennis was a 27-year veteran of high school teaching, coaching, and administration.
He has a master of educational leadership from the University of Montana and a doctorate in educational leadership from Montana State University.
Sulser said he will leave the role effective January of 2019
“I am grateful for the opportunity to have served in this important ministry,” he said.