Jackson, Lyons join St. Luke's Foundation board
St. Luke's Foundation welcomes new board members -- Helena Jackson and Scott Lyons. Helena Jackson, a native of Dallas, Texas, has lived in Duluth for 33 years. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Wellesley College and a law degree from Ohio State Un...
St. Luke's Foundation welcomes new board members -- Helena Jackson and Scott Lyons.
Helena Jackson, a native of Dallas, Texas, has lived in Duluth for 33 years. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Wellesley College and a law degree from Ohio State University College of Law. She retired in 2009 from the US Bank Trust Department after 28 years. Jackson has been involved with many Duluth organizations including Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra, Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra, Northwood Children's Home, Polinsky Medical Rehabilitation Center, Duluth Children's Museum, YMCA, and the Duluth Seaway Port Authority, to name a few. She and her husband, Douglas Dunham, have one daughter, Barbara.
Scott Lyons is a native Duluthian. He is a graduate of Central High School and University of Minnesota Duluth with a Bachelor of Arts in criminology. He is retired from the Duluth Police Department after 26 years, including 10 years as chief of police. Since 2003, Lyons has been the Law Enforcement Program Coordinator at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College. He also does private consulting work (safety, security, hiring) for various organizations. Lyons is active with local groups including Men as Peacemakers, UMD Bulldog Club and Alumni Board, Violence Free Duluth, and as a volunteer football coach at Duluth East High School. He and his wife, Sue, have a son, Jack and a daughter, Sarah.
According to Catherine Carter Huber, St. Luke's Foundation Executive Director, "Helena and Scott are wonderful additions to our Board. They bring with them experience, determination and vision, which will enhance the efforts of the Foundation in supporting St. Luke's and the region it serves."