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Jodi Horton

Jodi Horton, American healthcare executive.


  • Horton, Jodi was born on December 2, 1943 in Lake Village, Arkansas, United States. Daughter of Joseph E. and Laurette (Ralph) Russell.

  • Education

    • Student, College of William and Mary, 1963. Bachelor of Fine Arts, University Georgia, 1965.


    • Regional coordinator Easter Seal Society, White Plains, New York, 1978-1979. Community relations coordinator United Hospital, Port Chester, 1979-1982. Director public relations and development St. Joseph's Medical Center, Yonkers, 1982-1986, vice president public relations and development, 1986-1992.

      Director public relations Florida Highway Patrol, Fitness and Health Promotion Health Care, Tucson, 1993-1996. Executive director Pima and Santa Cruz Counties School-to-Work Partnership, since 1996. Board directors Codac Behavioral Health Services, Second vice president, since 1996.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Denomination: Episcopalian


    President Rye (New York ) History Society, 1989-1992. Board governors St. Michael's Parish Day School, Tucson, 1992-1995. Member vestry St. Michael All Angels Church, since 1993.

    Member Time for Tucson, 1994-1996. Member campaign cabinet United Way of Greater Tucson, since 1995. Board directors American Heart Association, Pima County, 1995-1996.

    Member Medici Circle and dean's board University Arizona College Fine Arts, since 1996. Member Association Development Officers (president Westchester County, New York chapter 1989-1992), Public Relations Society of America (board directors Westchester/Fairfield chapters 1987-1992, Southern Arizona chapter since 1993, president since 1996, district delegate 1997).





    • Married Christopher Wyman Horton. Children: Kristin Wyman Horton, Edward Ezra Horton.
    • father: Joseph E. Russell
    • mother: Laurette (Ralph) Russell
    • spouse: Christopher Wyman Horton
    • children: Kristin Wyman Horton
    • Edward Ezra Horton
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    Born December 2, 1943
    (age 73)