FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA - The North Broward Hospital District (NBHD) Board of Commissioners, which jointly supervises Broward Health, unanimously elected its officers at the July board meeting. Christopher Pernicano was elected chair, Paul Tanner was elected vice chair and Jonathan Hage was elected secretary/treasurer. Theboard has additional commissioners, including immediate past chair Stacy Angier, Nancy Stamper, Ray Berry and Levi Williams.
Pernicano, a Fort Lauderdale resident, has served on the North Broward Hospital District Board of Commissioners since 2021. He is the founder and CEO of Fiberr USA, a national distributor that specializes in eco-friendly fiber-reinforced plastic products.
“It is a privilege to serve Broward Health alongside this exceptional board,” Pernicano said. “Together, we will undoubtedly bring groundbreaking technology, medical advancements, and improvements to our system and the community we serve.”
Tanner, a Fort Lauderdale resident, has served on the North Broward Hospital District Board of Commissioners since 2022. He is the owner and founder of Las Olas Capital Advisors and has sourced and raised more than $2.5 billion in capital via private equity funds, private investors, and institutional investors over the last 10 years.
Hage, a Fort Lauderdale resident, has served on the North Broward Hospital District Board of Commissioners since 2021. He is the founder and CEO of Charter Schools USA, one of the nation’s largest and highest performing education companies that encompasses 10,000 team members educating 80,000 students in 100 schools across five states.
“Our commissioners will continue to guide us during this exciting time of growth and positive changes that are happening across our health system,” said Broward Health President & CEO Shane Strum. “With their leadership, we will continue to deliver exceptional healthcare services and make a positive impact on the lives of our patients and community."