Bill Biggs retired in 2017 after 30 years with Group Health and Kaiser Permanente where he last served as their Vice President of Administrative Services. His professional career involved more than 40 years in architectural planning, construction, real estate development, project management and other related corporate real estate services. He has more than 20 years of leadership experience in corporate supply chain, business continuity, emergency management, safety and other health care corporate administrative functions. During his tenure in the healthcare industry Biggs successfully led a wide variety of business model transitions involving complex change management that reduced cost, improved service quality, and enhanced staff engagement.
Biggs graduated from the University of Oregon in 1977 with a bachelor’s degree in architecture. He has previously served on the Executive Advisory Board for the Project Management Institute, Puget Sound Chapter; the University of Washington Project Management Certificate Program Advisory Board; the Premier Purchasing Partners Compliance Committee; president of the Hospital Shared Services Association Board of Directors; a board member for the Redmond Chamber; president of the Board of Directors for the Redmond Economic Development Alliance; and was the founding president on the OneRedmond Board of Directors. He currently serves on the Northwest Healthcare Response Network Board of Directors executive committee as past-president. He also currently serves as President of the OneRedmond Foundation.