New CEO - Tim Meadows
He will join Snowline on August 31, 2020
The Board of Directors of Snowline Hospice of El Dorado County is pleased to announce the appointment of Timothy Meadows as the organization’s next chief executive officer. Meadows brings to the position a wealth of knowledge and an array of experiences in the health care and retail thrift store industries. He will join Snowline on August 31, 2020.
Immediately prior to this role at Snowline, Meadows successfully served as the Hospice Administrator for Sutter Care at Home in Roseville. He currently sits on the Sacramento Hospice Consortium board of directors.
Meadows holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Marketing from San Jose State University. He has several post education certificates in Executive Leadership including Stanford University Graduate School of Business LEAD Corporate Innovation program. Meadows is looking forward to this new role at Snowline and the ability to serve a community he knows well.
"Snowline's organization impressed me in so many areas including the passionate dedication and high caliber of its people, family satisfaction scores, quality outcomes, growth trends and its strong financial performance. I love Snowline's dedication to our community and the supportive role it provides. My experience leading a non-profit hospice provider in El Dorado, Sacramento, and Placer counties closely matches Snowline's current footprint and I look forward to leading it into the future"
Craig Kuehn, Board President of Snowline, says he and the rest of the Board of Directors are delighted to have Meadows join Snowline as its next CEO. “Meadows’ background in Hospice Care and corresponding Thrift Store operations, coupled by his knowledge of our community, will ensure that Snowline enjoys continued success in its mission of serving the community by supporting patients near end of life and guiding loved ones through grief. “
Meadows is taking over from Michael Schmidt, who served as executive director and then CEO and retired Snowline earlier this year. “The Board of Directors would like to thank Schmidt for his leadership over the last 10 years and we wish him all the best in his future endeavors” says Kuehn.