The PAN Foundation announces its 2022 Board of Directors Officers

The PAN Foundation is pleased to announce its 2022 Board of Directors officers. Each officer brings considerable expertise to oversee the organization’s mission to help patients afford their out-of-pocket medication costs and advocate for policies that improve healthcare access and affordability. 

Deanna Banks, a trusted advisor in the healthcare industry, has been elected board chair. Deanna has more than 25 years of experience as a human capital consultant and diversity thought leader. As a principal with the Furst Group, a leading executive search firm, her practice comprises many of the nation’s leading hospital systems, academic medical centers, health insurance, and managed government programs. She has served on the PAN Foundation’s Board of Directors since 2018, including in the position of vice chair in 2021.  

Nancy McGee will serve as vice chair. Nancy is a senior healthcare executive with over 20 years of experience providing leadership and guidance to organizations to help them achieve goals related to providing patients access to innovative, lifesaving, and prolonging products and services. She has served on the Board for three years.  

Dr. James Dunlop, a board-certified dermatologist practicing general dermatology and dermatologic surgery at InterMed, will serve as secretary. Before his career as a physician, he practiced intellectual property law. He has served on the Board for two years. 

“The PAN Foundation is privileged to have these accomplished professionals serve as Board officers,” said President and CEO Kevin L. Hagan. “They each demonstrate exceptional commitment to our mission, a strong sense of integrity, and first-rate leadership qualities. I look forward to charting the organization’s course in partnership with them and the entire Board of Directors this year.” 

About the PAN Foundation 
The PAN Foundation is an independent, national 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to helping federally and commercially insured people living with life-threatening, chronic, and rare diseases with the out-of-pocket costs for their prescribed medications. 

Since 2004, we have provided more than 1 million underinsured patients with $4 billion in financial assistance. Partnering with generous donors, healthcare providers, and pharmacies, we provide the underinsured population access to the healthcare treatments they need to best manage their conditions and focus on improving their quality of life. Learn more at