Andrea Schultz, Greenbrae Executive and Community Activist, Named to Marin General Hospital’s Board of Directors

GREENBRAE, CA — Andrea Schultz, President & CEO of Greenbrae Management Inc. has joined the Marin General Hospital Board of Directors as its newest member. Ms. Schultz’ nomination to the hospital’s Operating Board was approved by the Marin Healthcare District Board at its March 2015 regular meeting.

Currently the chair of the Marin General Hospital Foundation Board of Directors, Ms. Schultz is also chair and president of the Schultz Foundation, an active foundation which seeks to enrich the community through philanthropy and local events.

Born at Marin General Hospital and raised in Greenbrae, Ms. Schultz has long been involved in her community, serving on the board of the Marin Council of the Boy Scouts of America, the advisory board of Dominican College, fundraising chair of the Marin Row Association Junior Program and various roles within the Kentfield School District. She currently sits on the Community Advisory Committee of the Bank of Marin and has done so since 2010.

Ms. Schultz’ family has a long-standing connection with Marin General Hospital, “I hope for that to continue,” she says. “I also hope to use my skills and experience to provide constructive and productive input to discussions of the board,” she says. “And joining the board at this time in its history will hopefully allow me to participate in making the vision for Marin General Hospital a reality.”

Ms. Schultz holds a BA in business administration from Washington State University. She has served as president & CEO at Greenbrae Management, a commercial, office and multi-residential property management firm, since 2006. Prior to that she served as vice president and senior manager. She has been with the firm for 25 years.