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Michelle Domeisen Elected Chairperson to St. Margaret Foundation

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Colliers Pittsburgh Investment Services' Senior Vice President to serve Local Foundation



The Board of Directors of St. Margaret Foundation has elected Dr. Michelle Keane Domeisen as Chairperson for a two-year term alongside Vice Chair, Seth Silverman. Past and present board appointments include Vice Chair of St. Margaret Foundation, Chair of the University of Pittsburgh Katz Business School Alumni, Vice Chair of the Rebecca Residence Foundation and board member of Concordia Lutheran at Rebecca Residence, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, and the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh.


Founded in 1986, the St. Margaret Foundation is governed by a board of directors independent of UPMC, investing in health and wellness initiatives at UPMC St. Margaret and communities served by the medical institution. The St. Margaret Foundation raises and distributes funding for patients whose medical needs are unmet by health insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid.  


“St. Margaret Foundation provides essential services to patients that are not covered by insurance or other sources such as transport to cancer treatments that, otherwise, would fall through the cracks. Quite simply, the foundation saves lives and its work is critical to the health and safety of our community,” said Domeisen.


Dr. Michelle Keane Domeisen is Senior Vice President of Investment Services in the Colliers | Pittsburgh office with primary responsibility for the sale of investment properties in the commercial real estate market in Western Pennsylvania. Selected as one of Pennsylvania's 50 Best Women in Business, she is a founding member of Pittsburgh Women in Commercial Real Estate (now CREW) and was awarded the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation as well as the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) designation where she has served as President of the Western Pennsylvania Chapter.


Dr. Domeisen holds an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh, a D.Min. from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and is a Penn State Master Gardener where she is a contributing gardening author for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Michelle and her husband, Frank, reside in O’Hara Township. Their daughter, Natalie, and son-in-law, Adam, are resident physicians in radiology at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina.


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