Team

Greg Unruh | Chief Executive Officer

Greg Unruh, a graduate of University of Puget Sound, had a 30+ year career in corporate banking, having held leadership positions with Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Timberland Bank. His most recent experience was as President of the Franciscan Foundation, the philanthropic arm of CHI Franciscan Health. As President of the Franciscan Foundation, Unruh led a team that was responsible for fundraising for the Pacific Northwest Region and he served as a member of the Executive Leadership Team.

Unruh currently serves as Board Chair of the Economic Development Board of Tacoma/Pierce County. He also serves on the board of Greater Lakes Mental Health, and South Sound Care Foundation, and is chair of the Pastoral Council at St. Patrick Catholic Church. He is past board chair of Bellarmine Preparatory School, where he currently serves on the development committee.

Married to Amy for 32 years, they have three grown children and currently reside in Gig Harbor.

Rosa Allen | Investor Communication & Relationship Manager

Rosa Allen has 29 years of business management experience, including running her own project management business.  Prior to joining the Trouvés Health Care executive team, Allen spent 16 years at Russell Investments and 13 years working with CEOs of public toy company, sports internet company and industry-leading national assisted Living/retirement companies such as Holiday Retirement Corp, Emeritus Senior Living, and Columbia Pacific Management including roles as Director of Communications and Investor Relations, managing over $70 million in private equity deals.

 

Melissa Green | Health Care Consultant

Melissa G. Green serves as Trouvés Health Care Corporation’s clinical consultant. She brings a wealth of clinical health care experience with a specialty in mental health care.

Her experience includes working at Western State Hospital in a variety of roles, including Director of Active Treatment Services, Deputy to the CEO of Quality, and Center Director for Older Adults. She has served at a statewide level for the Behavioral Health Administration as their Certification, Accreditation, and Policy Administrator. This included duties as the policy expert on state mental health policy, as well as the state expert for State Hospital Certification and Accreditation.

Melissa’s recent experiences include working for Residential Care Services, where she served as Policy Program Manager for the Enhanced Services Facilities. At the Department of Health, she served as the Director of the State Office of Rural Health. In her role at DOH, she was the policy expert on state and national policy for rural Washington. She also managed the Rural Health Section that provided federal grant money to ensure access to care for our rural citizens. In Arizona, Melissa served at the Creative Arts Therapy Supervisor and the Clinical Director of the Music Therapy Internship at Arizona State Hospital.

Melissa has over 25 years of service in mental health with the Department of Social and Health Services in both Washington and Arizona. She holds a bachelor degree in Music Therapy from Willamette University, Salem, OR and a Master’s in Healthcare Administration from Chapman University, Orange County, CA.

David Hirschberg, Ph.D. | Community Partner

David Hirschberg, Ph.D., is the founder of RAIN (Readiness Acceleration and Innovation Network) which was formed to provide an incubator for BioTech in Tacoma. Dr. Hirschberg is a Senior Scientist and Affiliate Associate Professor at the University of Washington Tacoma. RAIN is focused on improving the quality of life for citizens.

Dr. Hirschberg was involved in the inception and development of the Human Immune Monitoring Center at Stanford University Medical School.  He received his undergraduate degree from Washington State University and Ph.D. from The Weizmann Institute of Science – Rehovot, Israel.

We are entering a study with Dr. David Hirschberg to track the improvement in memory care and behavioral health upon a high-quality diet, with our St. Ann’s residents.