The Montachusett Home Care Corporation in Leominster is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to its Board of Directors: Sterling Council on Aging board member Elizabeth Pape, Fidelity Bank Senior Vice President Jennifer Conrad, and UMass Memorial HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital Director of Care Coordination Mary Mathieu.
Pape is an active member of Sterling Council on Aging, and led the effort to update the COA’s bylaws, policies and procedures, and to create the Sterling Senior Center policies and guidelines manual. She created an onboard process and manual for all new COA board members and collaboratively worked to create a five-year Strategic Plan for the Sterling Senior Center. Her experience includes cutting-edge development of online learning and strategic planning for nonprofit organizations.
Conrad has been an executive level banking professional in cash management for more than 20 years in the commercial, nonprofit and government banking sectors. She is a proven leader with a passion for supporting local community businesses. She has a strong track record in strategic planning and improving all aspects of operational processes. Her expertise includes management, leadership, coaching and team development, new product development and implementation.
Mathieu is a professional nursing leader with extensive health care experience in a variety of settings, including acute care, long-term care, subacute care, managed care, home care, provider offices, and academia. She has significant experience in clinical operations, fiscal management, and leadership development and teamwork at all organizational levels. She also has a demonstrated knowledge of progressive contemporary practices and trends in health care and case management, including integration of technology.
“We are excited to have Liz, Jennifer and Mary, each a proven community leader, join our Board of Directors,” said Lori Richardson, chief executive officer of MHCC. “Their unique and tremendous experience will support our mission of providing comprehensive information and quality services so that older people, individuals with disabilities and their families are empowered to make personalized choices to ensure a life of dignity, safety and respect.”
MHCC is also pleased to announce the appointment of new Vice President Peter MacDonald of Sunrise Senior Living. Current board officers also include President Christine Dixon, Treasurer William McSheehy and Clerk Elaine Mroz. Other board members are Julie Johnson, Donna Joyce-Baird, the Rev. Richard Olson, Edward Snapp, Donald Parker and Edward Woodcome.
Business or community members interested in learning more about MHCC’s dynamic line of work should contact David Ginisi at (978) 466-1571 or DGinisi@mhcc-1.org.
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