Board Spotlight – Dr. Stephen Brown
Community Housing and Resources, Inc. would like you to meet, Stephen R. Brown, MD, CHR Board Member and Nominating Chairman. Steve is a humble man of many wonderful talents who brings us wisdom and guidance. CHR is so honored to have Steve as a member of our Board of Directors.
Steve and his lovely wife, Lena, met in College and have been married for over 52 years. They first came to Sanibel in 1986 and moved here full time in 1994 from Annapolis, MD where Steve at one time had a boat for everyday of the week. They suffered a loss of their daughter a few years ago but continue their faith and cherish their family including their two sons and three grandchildren who all live in the Denver area.
Steve has been a distinguished member of his community where ever he has lived. Some of his accomplishments and positions are listed below.
Steve attend Dalhousie Medical School, Halifax N.S. Canada; MD Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota: 1 year surgery and 3 years Radiology – Board Certified Radiology. He was Class President in Medical School.
His Practice included: Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, MD; Anne Arundel General Hospital – Annapolis, MD, Chief of Staff, Chief of Radiology
Steve gives of his time in many areas including Board of Director of Community Housing and Resources as well as a Lee Health Board Member with Liaison Positions including: Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida, Quality & Safety, Lean Transformation, Behavioral Health.
Additional Background and experience:
Member of Radiologic Society of North America
Member of American College of Radiology
Member of American Medical Association
Board of Trustees, Anne Arundel General Hospital
Sanibel City Council – 9 years
Sanibel Mayor 2002, 2003
Chairman, Lee Memorial Children’s Advisory Committee – Current Member
Past Board Member and President of CROW – Old Schoolhouse Theater
Past Board Member – Lee Memorial Health System Foundation
Board Member – Sanibel Captiva Trust Company
Member – Sanibel Captiva Kiwanis