The following members make up the AMN Healthcare Services, Inc. Board of Directors.  Please select an individual member below to learn more about that director.

  • Douglas D. Wheat

    Director Since: 1999

    Board Committees: Executive Committee

    Business Experience, Qualifications and Affiliations: The Board has concluded that Mr. Wheat is qualified to serve on the Board because he possesses significant healthcare staffing industry knowledge and extensive expertise in corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions. Such knowledge and expertise are critical to the successful design and implementation of our growth strategy. Since 2007, Mr. Wheat has been a partner of Southlake Equity Group. He serves as Chairman of the Board of Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc., a publicly traded company, for which he has been a director since 2014. Since April 2013, Mr. Wheat has served as Vice Chairman of the Board of Dex Media, Inc. Mr. Wheat served as Chairman of the Board of SuperMedia Inc. from 2010 until its merger with Dex Media in April 2013. Mr. Wheat previously served on the boards of several other companies, including Nebraska Book Company, Inc., Smarte Carte Corporation, and Playtex Products, Inc., for which he was Chairman from 2004 to 2006. 

  • Susan R. Salka

    Director Since: 2003

    Board Committees: Executive Committee

    Business Experience, Qualifications and Affiliations: Ms. Salka has served as our President since May 2003 and our CEO since May 2005. The Board has concluded that Ms. Salka is qualified to serve on the Board because she has nearly three decades of experience in the healthcare services industry, including 26 years of experience with us in various roles, including Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer. In such roles, she has helped grow our business both organically and through acquisitions into the national industry leader we are today. Ms. Salka serves as a director of McKesson Corp. and is a member of its Audit Committee. Ms. Salka also serves on the Board of San Diego State University Campanile Foundation. Prior to joining us, Ms. Salka worked at BioVest Partners, a venture capital firm, and at Hybritech, a subsidiary of Eli Lilly & Co., which Beckman Coulter later acquired. Ms. Salka served on the Board and the Audit Committee of Beckman Coulter from 2007 until 2011, when Danaher Corporation acquired it. Additionally, she served on the Board of Playtex Products, Inc. from 2001 until Energizer Holdings acquired it in October 2007. 

  • Andrew M. Stern

    Director Since: 2001

    Board Committees: Audit and Corporate Governance Committees

    Business Experience, Qualifications and Affiliations: The Board has concluded that Mr. Stern is qualified to serve on the Board because he brings deep and long-standing healthcare industry experience as well as unparalleled investor communications and media expertise, which have been critical in guiding the structuring of our communications strategy with our investors, clients and other key stakeholders. Since 1983, Mr. Stern has served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Sunwest Communications, Inc., a public relations firm. Mr. Stern also serves as a director of Medical City Dallas Hospital, an advisory director of the Center for Political Communication and Chairman-elect of the Committee on Governance of the American Hospital Association. From 1975 to 1977, he served as Staff Assistant to President Gerald R. Ford at The White House and then served in senior corporate positions until founding Sunwest in 1982. 

  • R. Jeffrey Harris

    Director Since: 2005

    Board Committees: Compensation and Corporate Governance Committees

    Business Experience, Qualifications and Affiliations: The Board has concluded that Mr. Harris is qualified to serve on the Board because he brings considerable mergers and acquisitions experience. In addition, Mr. Harris has experience as a director on public company compensation and corporate governance committees, which experience is essential in designing and maintaining our executive compensation programs and developing our succession planning strategies. Since 2002, Mr. Harris has been involved as an investor in and a director of early stage companies. Mr. Harris served on the Board of Sybron Dental Specialties from April 2005 until Danaher Corporation acquired it in 2006. Mr. Harris served on the Board of Playtex Products, Inc. from 2001 until Energizer Holdings acquired it in October 2007. Mr. Harris was director of Prodesse, Inc., an early stage biotechnology company, from 2002 until 2009, when Gen-Probe Incorporated acquired it. Since 2008 he has been a director of Guy & O’Neill, Inc., and he serves on the Board of Brookfield Academy, a non-profit entity, and is Chairman of the Board and a co-founder of BrightStar Wisconsin Foundation, Inc., a non-profit economic development corporation. Additionally, Mr. Harris is a director of Somna Management, Inc. and Okanjo Partners, Inc., both early stage technology companies based in Wisconsin. Mr. Harris also served Apogent Technologies, Inc. in the following capacities: (1) as Of Counsel from December 2000 through 2003, (2) as Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary from 1988 to 2000 (when the company was known as Sybron International, Inc.), and (3) as a director from 2000 until Fisher Scientific International, Inc. acquired it in 2004. 

  • Paul E. Weaver

    Director Since: 2006

    Board Committees: Audit and Executive Committees

    Business Experience, Qualifications and Affiliations: The Board has concluded that Mr. Weaver is qualified to serve on the Board because of his extensive international audit and finance experience and sophistication. Mr. Weaver is designated as a financial expert on the Audit Committee. Mr. Weaver serves as the Chairman of the Board of Unisys Corporation and Chairman of its Audit Committee. Additionally, Mr. Weaver serves on the Board of WellCare Health Plans, Inc., is Chairman of its Audit Committee, and is a member of its Compensation Committee. He also serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, a not-for-profit entity, and also serves on its Executive Committee. Mr. Weaver is a former Vice Chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP and was Chairman of its global technology, infocom and entertainment/media practice group. Mr. Weaver previously served on the Board of Gateway, Inc. and the Board of Idearc Inc.

  • Dr. Michael M.E. Johns

    Director Since: 2008

    Board Committees: Compensation and Corporate Governance (Chair) Committees

    Business Experience, Qualifications and Affiliations: The Board has concluded that Dr. Johns is qualified to serve on the Board because he has extensive healthcare experience and is a recognized healthcare thought leader. This expertise is vital in shaping our strategy to deliver innovative and expanded service offerings as a healthcare workforce solutions company. Dr. Johns is a Professor in the School of Medicine at Emory University, where he also served as Chancellor from October 2007 through August 2012. He is a member of the Board of Regents of the Uniformed Services University for the Health Sciences. Additionally, Dr. Johns is a member of The National Academy of Medicine of the National Academy of Science. He also serves on the Boards of Directors of Intelligent Fingerprinting, a privately held company, West Health Institute, a non-profit medical research organization, and several philanthropic entities. Dr. Johns served on the Board of the Genuine Parts Company from 2000 until April 2015 and at various times during his tenure was a member of its Compensation, Governance and Nominating Committee and its Audit Committee. He also served on the Board and the Compensation Committee of Johnson & Johnson from 2005 to 2014. Dr. Johns served as Interim Executive Vice President for Health Affairs for Emory University and as Interim Chairman and CEO of Emory Healthcare from September 1, 2015 through January 31, 2016. He served as the Interim Executive Vice President for Medical Affairs and Interim Chief Executive Officer of the University of Michigan Health System from June 2014 through March 2015. From 1996 to 2007, Dr. Johns served as Executive Vice President for Health Affairs and Chief Executive Officer of the Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center of Emory University and the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Emory Healthcare. From 1990 to 1996, Dr. Johns was Dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Vice President of the Medical Faculty at Johns Hopkins University. 

  • Martha H. Marsh

    Director Since: 2010

    Board Committees: Compensation (Chair) and Corporate Governance Committees

    Business Experience, Qualifications and Affiliations: The Board has concluded that Ms. Marsh is qualified to serve on the Board because she has extensive “C-suite” leadership and expertise in the healthcare industry. Ms. Marsh’s experience and understanding of the challenges and opportunities of large healthcare facilities is immensely useful in directing our strategy to innovate and provide enhanced and expanded workforce solutions service offerings to meet our clients’ shifting needs. Ms. Marsh serves as a director of Owens & Minor, Inc. and also serves on its Governance and Nominating Committee, as Chairperson, and on its Compensation and Benefits Committee. Since October 2015, she has served as a director of Edwards Lifesciences Corporation. She also serves on the Board and the Compensation Committee of Teichert, a privately held company. Prior to Thoratec Corporation’s acquisition by St. Jude Medical in 2015, she had served on Thoratec’s Board. Ms. Marsh served as President and CEO of Stanford Hospital and Clinics for eight years, from April 2002 until her retirement in August 2010. Previously, Ms. Marsh served as the CEO of UC Davis Medical Center and the Chief Operating Officer of the UC Davis Health System from 1999 to 2002. Prior to that time, she served as the Senior Vice President for Professional Services and Managed Care at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, and before that as President and CEO of Matthew Thornton Health Plan in Nashua, New Hampshire. Ms. Marsh is a past Chair of the Board of Trustees for the California Hospital Association and the California Association of Hospitals and Health Systems and a former director of Ascension Healthcare Network, a privately held company.

  • Mark G. Foletta

    Director Since: 2012

    Board Committees: Audit Committee (Chair)

    Business Experience, Qualifications and Affiliations: The Board has concluded that Mr. Foletta is qualified to serve on the Board because he brings considerable audit, financial and healthcare experience and also has experience as a public company director. The Board has designated Mr. Foletta as a financial expert for its Audit Committee and serves as the Chairman. Since August 2015, Mr. Foletta has served as the Interim Chief Financial Officer of Biocept, Inc., a publicly traded diagnostics company. Since February 2013, Mr. Foletta has served as a director of Regulus Therapeutics Inc., and is Chairman of its Audit Committee and a member of its Nominating and Governance Committee. Since November 2014, Mr. Foletta has served on the Board of DexCom, Inc., a publicly-held company, where he is the Lead Director. Additionally, Mr. Foletta serves as a director of Viacyte, Inc., a privately held company. Mr. Foletta served as Senior Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer of Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc. from March 2006 until October 2012, and he previously served as Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer of Amylin from March 2000 to March 2006. He previously served as a director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Ambit Biosciences Corporation (sold in 2014) and also served as a director of Anadys Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (sold in 2011). Mr. Foletta received a B.A. from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is a Certified Public Accountant (inactive) and a member of the Corporate Directors Forum.