Meet the Foundation Leadership

Tim McGeath

Tim McGeath

Chairman

Tim McGeath is senior Vice President and General Counsel for TriMedx, providing overall legal direction and advising senior leadership on general business initiatives, transactions and risk management. Tim earned a bachelor’s degree, with honors, from Hanover College, a master’s degree from Georgetown University and a law degree, cum laude, from Indiana University. He is a member of the Indiana Bar Association, American Bar Association and American Lawyer’s Association, and serves on the board of Tau Chapter House Corporation.

Debi Fougerousse

Debi Fougerousse

Secretary/Treasurer

Debi Fougerousse, Executive Administrator, joined TriMedx in 2006. Currently she supports Greg Ranger and is the Director of TriMedx’ Corporate Chaplaincy Program.

Michael Argir

Michael Argir

Michael Argir is the President of Medxcel Facilities Management. Michael has 25 years of leadership experience within the healthcare facilities management industry.Michael began his career working in environmental services at individual hospitals and understands what it takes to improve the healthcare environment for patients and staff. Michael holds an Executive MBA from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a Bachelor of Science degree from Springfield College.

Kristy Kainrath

Kristy Kainrath

Kristy Kainrath was most recently Chief Strategy Officer for Medxcel, where she guided the development and implementation of corporate strategy, product and business development, and market expansion. Prior to this role, Kristy held a variety of roles of increasing responsibility within the organization, including leading global marketing strategy, product and brand development and external communications.

Kristy holds a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and an MBA from Butler University. She serves as an advocate for Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and volunteers in various roles at her childrens' schools, sports clubs, and church.
 

Dave Martin

Dave Martin

Dave Martin is VP of Development with Duke Realty Healthcare Division in Indianapolis. In 2007 Dave initiated the CareLink Project at Duke, a global humanitarian initiative to source new and used medical equipment and furniture from hospitals and health systems in the United States to front-line providers of healthcare services in developing countries around the world. Dave received his Bachelors of Science in Marketing from the University of Evansville and was a volunteer on a TriMedx Foundation mission trip in 2012. He has served as a board member for the Intercollegiate YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, and was named by the YMCA as Volunteer of the Year in 2010. 

Chad Sukurs

Chad Sukurs

Chad Sukurs is a partner with the Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman, P.C. law firm. Chad focuses his practice on representing health care providers in various business transactions. Chad earned a BA, with distinction, from Indiana University and a law degree from Vanderbilt University. Chad is currently a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association, the Indiana State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the American Health Lawyers Association.

Stephen C. Swinney

Stephen C. Swinney

Stephen Swinney, MD, is the Chief Quality Officer for St. Vincent Health (SVH) in Indiana.  Dr. Swinney is responsible for driving quality improvement and care excellence in St. Vincent hospitals and provider offices. In addition to practicing internal medicine, Dr. Swinney has held numerous other leadership positions within SVH. Dr. Swinney received his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine and a Master in Business Administration from Indiana Wesleyan University.  Prior to his medical training, he was trained in education with a BS in Secondary Education from Ball State University.  He earned a Masters in Chemistry from the same university.  Dr. Swinney is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine and a Fellow in the American College of Physicians.
 

Greg Ranger

Greg Ranger

Board Chair Emeritus

Greg Ranger is the Chief Executive Office of TriMedx.  Greg founded TriMedx Foundation, a 501(c)(3) ministry that provides medical equipment technology support and biomedical repair to poverty-stricken nations around the globe. Greg holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Indiana Wesleyan University and completed the University of Michigan Business School’s Executive Development Program, serves on the boards of the Ivy Tech Foundation and China Relief and Development and is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
 

Meet the Foundation Staff

Audra Poe

Audra Poe

Director

Audra Poe was named Director of the TriMedx Foundation in July of 2015.  Audra grew up on the north side of Indianapolis and attended Carmel High School.  She graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies.  Since graduating from Ball State, Audra has worked in non-profit management, gaining more than seventeen years of experience with organizations in Seattle, Chicago and Central Indiana.  In 2011, Audra was nominated by her peers, and named the Boone County Business Woman of the Year by the Zonta Club of Lebanon.

Helen Dennison

Helen Dennison

Administrative Assistant

Helen joined TriMedx Foundation in 2012. She brings years of experience in event planning, travel coordination, project management and meeting planning. Helen is an active leader in the outreach missions at her church.

Moses Baryoh

Moses Baryoh

BMET Mission Specialist

Moses has over 20 years of experience as a certified BMET. Before assuming the role of BMET Mission Specialist, Moses worked for Community Health Network and IU Health in various BMET roles. Moses has a strong multicultural awareness and has worked in multinational and international environments serving in a variety of mission capacities.

Moses is very active as leader in his church and community in various mission outreach programs. He is very passionate about the work of BMET Mission Specialist and the ability to empower and enable self-sustainability for mission recipients. Moses says, “Mission work has had a significant personal impact on me and the lives of other people who are less fortunate than me. I am excited to be part of TriMedx Foundation.”

TriMedx Foundation was created in 2004 to address the international need for medical equipment repair and support. Working in partnership with medical mission organizations, TriMedx Foundation provides support services to help maintain the necessary equipment desperately needed for medical care.

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