Candidates for Election to the NAHC Board of Directors

Please see this NAHC Report article for more information on the Board of Directors election process.

Three-Year Term Positions

Home Health

Renee McInnes (MA) – CEO at NVNA and Hospice
Renee’s thorough understanding of, and experience with, the operations, financing and promotion of home care and hospice services provides an unmatched credibility to her advocacy work as a Board member of the Visiting Nurse Association of New England and the Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts. — Link to bio

 

 

 

 

Melissa Jeremiah (IN) – Director of Operations, Administrator at Hoosier Uplands Home Health Care & Hospice
I have served on the Indiana Association for Home & Hospice Care (IAHHC) Board of Directors 12 years and am on currently on my 4th – 4 year term.  I have served as President of the IAHHC Board of Directors 3 terms; and am currently Vice-President of the IAHHC Board of Directors and will move up to President next year. I have served on the NAHC VHCAA Advisory Board, Nominating Committee, Education Development Committee, Annual Meeting Committee and the President’s Club of the Foundation for Home Care & Hospice. — Link to bio

 

Hospice

Beth Slepian (NH) – President/CEO at Concord Regional VNA
More than 30 years experience in home care and hospice, she worked her way up from physical therapist to administrator of a hospital-based home care agency, and CEO of a large non-profit home care and hospice agency with a free-standing hospice house.. She has served on the Home Care Association of New Hampshire’s Board of Directors, Merger Task Force, and Legislative and Education Committees. Won the 2018 Public Policy Award because she is a mainstay in our Capitol Hill visits, and actively engaged in state legislation and regulation. — Link to bio.

 

Kenneth Albert (ME) – President/CEO at Androscoggin Home Healthcare + Hospice
He participated as a committee member for NAHC 2.0 Strategic Planning Committee earlier this year. Providing care to residents of eight counties and 150 communities in Maine with over 400 staff, 280 volunteers, and an annual revenue of $34 million, Androscoggin is the last free-standing non-affiliated home healthcare and hospice in the state of Maine. — Link to bio.

 

Two-Year Term Elected Positions

Regional/National (+500M in Revenues)

David Causby (GA) – President at Kindred at Home
My objectives are to use my experience and commitment to the industry to work with CMS and private insurance companies to increase and sustain vital services to our patients and their families by evaluating patient needs and the changes in home care and hospice environments.

I will continue my participation in NAHC to ensure quality clinical outcomes and work to expand value and services to our patients while promoting education and the dedication of integrity and excellence of home care for our seniors. — Link to bio.

 

David Totaro (NJ) – Chief Government Affairs Officer at Bayada Home Health Care
As Chief Government Affairs Officer of one of the leading national providers of home care and as Chair of the Partnership for Medicaid Home-based Care, I believe I can bring skills in advocacy development and grassroots support, both critical elements in the mission of the new NAHC.  I believe in a strong national association and will work towards ensuring that NAHC becomes the unified voice for the industry. — Link to bio.