Keevan Kosidowski, Vice President, Regions Hospital Foundation
Keevan is a native Iowan and has spent her career in philanthropy, primarily working in higher education and healthcare. In 2006, Keevan joined Regions Hospital Foundation, part of the HealthPartners system, as Director of Major and Planned Gifts and has provided leadership for three capital campaigns and a growing team of development professionals.  Keevan serves on the Regions Hospital Senior Leader Team. 
Prior to joining Regions Hospital, Keevan worked at the University of Northern Iowa Foundation in Cedar Falls, Iowa.  During her tenure there, her husband Mike obtained his teaching degree and started teaching elementary and middle school.  Math is his specialty.  Keevan received her bachelor of business administration from the University of Iowa and is enrolled in the Masters in Public and Non-Profit Administration Program at Metropolitan State University. 
Keevan and Mike along with their three children moved to the Twin Cities in 2005. Mike is originally from Winona, MN and many of his siblings live in the metro so he returned to his roots.  He also began teaching at Faithful Shepherd Catholic School.  In 2011, Keevan and Mike and their family were overjoyed by the arrival of CarLee, their little unexpected blessing, who brought their family to six and also gave Mike the opportunity to become a stay-at-home dad.  Ally, their oldest daughter, lives and works in Rochester and is engaged to be married; Danielle is completing her teaching degree and lives in Eagan and Jack is serving our country in the United States Navy and is stationed in San Diego.  CarLee is a kindergartner at Northview Elementary.

Keevan and Mike, are active at their church Hosanna! and with their four kids.  They enjoy camping, volunteering, golfing and swimming.  Keevan serves on the Eagan YMCA Board, Neighborhood Development Center's Development Committee and is now a member of the Eagan Kick-Starter Rotary.  Rotary is a great opportunity for Keevan and her family to become more engaged in the Eagan community.  After Ramsey County, Dakota County is also the second largest service area for Regions Hospital so Rotary also provides an opportunity for her to serve as an ambassador in her own community.