Support Your Community's Health 

Partnership Opportunities

Karla Myers (President)

Karla recently retired from healthcare quality and administration. She previously served as a board member for ONH as well as the Executive Director. Karla is an active community advocate. 


Jim Dawson (Vice President)

Jim is the owner of American Furniture Classics. He currently serves as a councilman in Webb City's Council.  He is actively involved in community and business affairs.

Brad Baker (Treasurer)

Brad currently serves as Relationship Manager of US Bank.


Debbie Hutson (Secretary)

Debbie is a Realtor for Keller Williams. 


ANN FOOS (board member)

Ann previously served as a long-time school teacher for the Webb City School District. She enjoys remaining involved in the community and brings expertise in education and social services to the board. 


Cheryl Campbell (Board Member)

Cheryl spent many years working in medical coding. She recently retired and is enjoying being involve din community affairs, philanthropy and volunteering. 


Mike Moore (Board Member)

Mike is the Owner of Mid-America Media. He brings extensive marketing knowledge and expertise to the board.


Jerry Ludiker (Board Member)

Jerry is a Webb City resident and active community member.


Chris Anderson (Board Member)

Chris currently serves as a Financial Advisor with Cornerstone Wealth Management, LLC.  He has previously served in the Webb City Chamber of Commerce and is active in his community. Chris previously was employed as a Physical Therapist in the Freeman Health System before moving into his current career as a financial advisor. 


Mary Sherrer (EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF OZARKS NEW HOPE)


Our Mission & Vision

At Ozarks New Hope Inc. we are working to create hope and the opportunity for a better world.

But we can only do it with your help. Join with us in our mission and donate now. 

Ozarks New Hope, est. 2015, is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization serving healthcare facilities, their work forces and patients in and around the Ozark region. Our missions is to provide integrated, patient-centered health services designed to meet the needs of all patients, principally those who experience barriers to accessing care, regardless of their ability to pay.

In furtherance of the foregoing mission, Ozarks New Hope has adopted the following purposes:


  • To promote and conserve the health of the public; to support and aid caregivers and providers of healthcare services; to employ and contract with physicians, hospitals and other healthcare providers; to establish and maintain healthcare services including but not limited to hospitals, clinics, medical equipment suppliers; and for related health, scientific, educational and charitable purposes. Some examples include: 


Helping apply for grants and funding opportunities 

Helping coordinate workforce assistance programs

Providing contract services and workforce development training (including activities related

to management, consulting, administrative, and direct and supportive services)

Creating health-related programs in your community


  • To do any and all things permitted nonprofit corporations by applicable law and regulation; provided, however, that the Corporation shall not adopt any purpose nor carry on any activity not permitted to organizations exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3).
  • To receive and administer funds for health scientific, educational and charitable purposes, and to that end to take and hold, by bequest, devise, gifts, purchase, or lease, either absolutely or in trust for said objects and purposes or any of them, any property, real, personal and mixed, without limitation as to the amount or value, except such limitations, if any, as may be imposed by law; to sell, convey, and dispose of any such property and to invest and reinvest the principal thereof, and to deal with and expend the income therefrom for any of the before mentioned purposes, without limitation, except such limitations, if any as may be contained in the instrument under which such property is received; to receive any property, real, personal or mixed, in trust, under the terms of a will, deed of trust, or other trust instrument for the foregoing purposes or any of them (but for no other purposes), and in administering the same to carry out the directions and exercise the powers contained in the trust instrument under which the property is received, including the expenditure of the principal, if authorized or directed in the trust instrument, to receive, take title to, hold and use the proceeds and income of stocks, bonds, obligations or other securities of any corporation or corporations, domestic or foreign, but only for the foregoing purposes, or some of them.

Interested in partnering with Ozarks New Hope? We welcome written requests at any time. Submit your request to info@ozarksnewhope.org for:


  • Grant partnership
  • Grant writing assistance
  • Employee assistance program coordination
  • Contract services
  • Workforce development training
  • A new community health program   

About Ozarks New Hope

Board of Directors

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