Midwest Palliative & Hospice CareCenter in Glenview welcomes a Morton Grove business woman, a Winnetka attorney and a Northwestern University professor to its organizational governing board. These women, whose details are below, joined due to their own positive experiences with the organization. And each was motivated by the desire to help ensure that Midwest CareCenter remains a valuable asset to the North Shore, Lake County and Chicago. Midwest CareCenter is honored to welcome the following individuals to our Board of Directors:
Kelly Kenney is an attorney and principal of K2 Strategies LLC, a healthcare advocacy consulting firm that supports corporate and association clients' efforts to advance policies through government, private sector and public advocacy. She earned her law degree from the University of Michigan Law School. She lives in Winnetka with her husband Crane Kenney.
Michele Rogers is director of Chicago nonprofit partnerships and clinical assistant professor at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and has served in many roles over her 20-year career there. Michele holds an MBA from Harvard and a bachelor's from Williams College (MA), and has served on several boards including the McGaw YMCA in evanston and The Family Institute.
Meg Schmitz has more than 20 years of experience as a franchise industry leader, first as a business owner, then as a business development consultant, and as a franchise broker. Prior to her own business experience, she witnessed the genesis of Midwest CareCenter (then Hospice of the North Shore) as the daughter of Jackie and James Holland. Jackie is one of the founders of the organization. Meg is a resident
of Morton Grove and is a vice chair of the Service Board of Midwest CareCenter.