Lisa Siedlecki, Interim Chairman
Lisa Siedlecki serves as the Director of Communications for Jericho Partnership, a collaboration of churches, inner-city ministries and foundations that serve the at-risk community in Danbury, CT. She is also the owner of Amplified Life Marketing & Editorial Services, a Brookfield-based agency that offers its clients a variety of services, including writing and editing, content development, and marketing.
Prior to a recent two-year stint as Director of Corporate Communications at Origami Owl Custom Jewelry in Chandler, AZ, Lisa was on staff at Walnut Hill Community Church in Bethel for 13 years, eight of them as Communications Director. While there, she developed and executed the communications and marketing strategy for the rapidly growing church with five campuses and about 3,000 attenders.
Her career as a journalist began in 1983 at The News-Times in Danbury, where she spend 18-plus years as a reporter and columnist, covering local towns and writing three different columns, including “Approaching Sanity,” a humor column.
Outside of work, Lisa is a food and wine enthusiastic and loves to cook for friends and family. She’s also a drummer on Walnut Hill’s worship team, and is part of the duo “Ellipses,” which plays the local coffeehouse circuit. She and her husband, Mike, have six children between them. They live in Brookfield and attend Walnut Hill Community Church.
Rajadevi Satchi, M.D.
Dr. Satchi is board certified in pediatrics, has been a pediatrician in the Danbury area for 32 years. She is a member of the Fairfield County Medical Society, the Connecticut State Medical Society and the American Pediatric Board, and is an assistant clinical professor at the New York Medical College in Valhalla, N.Y.
Dr. Satchi has participated in several short-term medical mission trips to Nigeria, Costa Rica, Sri Lanka and India. She attends Walnut Hill Community Church in Bethel.
She and her husband, local OBGYN Dr. Mahalingam Satchi, have three daughters and two sons-in-laws, one of whom is an orthopedic surgeon, and three grandchildren.
She is thankful to God for all the blessings and trials to reflect the love of Jesus Christ in her life.
Bill is a senior field clinical engineer with CVRx Inc., a startup medical device company in Minneapolis, Minn.
He has more 20 years experience in the hospital and healthcare industry; involvement with surgical device sales, sales management, product marketing, sales force training and professional development; and as a private medical practice consultant in the areas of surgery, patient care, and business efficiency.
In 2009, Bill started his own healthcare consulting company, The New Image Group, which focuses on the non-profit sector and specialty healthcare services.
In addition to his professional responsibilities, Bill is founder and co-owner of Billy’s Southern Style Barbecue catering business, and attends Walnut Hill Community Church in Bethel.
Bill and his wife, Dionne, have three children.
Patrick Broderick, M.D.
Dr. Pat is chairman of Danbury Hospital’s Department of Emergency Medicine, exercising full leadership responsibility for the high-volume emergency department, and is EMS medical director for metro Danbury.
He sits on a full gamut of hospital-based, community-based and EMS-based committees; is president of the Western Connecticut Medical Group; and is the Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Conn., an Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine/Emergency Medicine at New York Medical College, and an Associate Professor at the University of Vermont College of Medicine in Burlington, Vermont.
His community involvement includes being medical director at the AmeriCares Free Clinic in Danbury.