VNAA Welcomes Six New Members to Board of Directors and Names New Officers

By: Visiting Nurse Associations of America on 4/30/2015

April 30, 2015
Contact: Hank Daugherty
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VNAA Welcomes Six New Members to Board of Directors and Names New Officers

WASHINGTON, DC-April 30, 2015-At its 33rd Annual Meeting in New Orleans, La. last week, the Visiting Nurse Associations of America’s (VNAA) membership voted to approve six new Board of Directors members, representing a variety of nonprofit home-based care providers and healthcare industry partners. The new VNAA Board of Directors members are:

Erin Denholm, MSN, RN, RWJENF
Senior Vice President of Clinical Transformation
Centura Health at Home
Denver, Colo.

Gary Jacobs
Managing Director
Health Industries Advisory, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Washington, D.C.

Steven Landers, MD, MPH
President and CEO
Visiting Nurse Association Health Group
Red Bank, N.J.

Sue Payne, RN, MBA
Vice President of Home Health
Advanced Home Care
High Point, N.C.

Marcia Reissig, RN, MS
Sutter Care at Home
Fairfield, Calif.

Kate Rolf, MBA
President and CEO
VNA Homecare
Syracuse, N.Y.

The membership also approved new officers from current Board of Directors members. Joseph Scopelliti, Jr., President and CEO of VNA Health System in Shamokin, Pa., will serve as Chair of the VNAA Board of Directors, succeeding Mary B. DeVeau, RN, President and CEO of Concord Regional VNA in Concord, N.H. DeVeau will serve as Immediate Past President. Norene Mostkoff, MBA, President and CEO of HCI Care Services and VNS of Iowa in Des Moines, Iowa, will serve as Vice Chair. Faith F. Scott, FACHE, President of VNA of Northern N.J. in Morristown, N.J., will serve as Treasurer and Mark Oshnock, President and CEO of Visiting Nurse Health System in Atlanta, Ga., will serve as Secretary.

“VNAA is proud to welcome this dynamic group to the Board of Directors. They were selected for their innovative leadership and expertise at their own organizations and for a commitment to advancing home-based care as a driving force in population health,” said Tracey Moorhead, President and CEO, VNAA. “We look forward to integrating these new members with our new slate of Board officers and setting a strategic vision to continue the organization’s mission to support, promote and advance nonprofit providers of community-based healthcare.”

For more information on VNAA’s Board of Directors visit VNAA will hold its 34th Annual Meeting April 6-8, 2016 in Miami, Fla. at the Hyatt Regency.


VNAA is a national association that supports, promotes and advances mission driven, nonprofit providers of home and community-based healthcare, hospice and health promotion services to ensure quality care for their communities. VNAA members share a mission to provide cost-effective and compassionate care to some of the nation’s most vulnerable individuals, particularly the elderly and individuals with disabilities. Learn more at