The Board of Directors of The Center for Senior Independence (CSI) is extremely pleased to announce the appointment of Mary Kummer Naber as its President and Chief Executive Officer effective September 22, 2014.
Ms. Naber comes to CSI with an extensive career in healthcare executive leadership. She most recently served as President of her own management consulting firm. From 1999 through 2013, Ms. Naber held multiple executive roles with St. John Providence and Ascension’s Michigan Market. She received an MBA from The University of Michigan-Dearborn, a BA in Psychology and Business from Oakland University and is a graduate of Leadership Detroit Class XXXII.
Ms. Naber holds active affiliations with numerous professional and community organizations, including: Inforum, American College of Healthcare Executives, Detroit Cristo Rey President’s Advisory Board, SuccessMile Academy Board, Children’s Center of Detroit HR Board Committee, Youth Vision Solutions Board and SHRM/ASHHRA.
In her new position with CSI, Ms. Naber will have the strategic and administrative leadership and management responsibilities for comprehensive organizational and operational success. CSI is the provider of the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) for Southeast Michigan. CSI is an innovative care program serving qualified seniors (55+) living throughout Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties. CSI-PACE provides the entire continuum of care and services (medical & supportive) to seniors with chronic care needs to help maintain independence in their home for as long as possible. CSI partners with caregivers as well and provides hands-on care with an interdisciplinary approach. CSI is a joint venture between the Henry Ford Health System and Presbyterian Villages of Michigan. More information on CSI is available by visiting www.csipace.org.
CSI Board Chair John Polanski stated that “everyone involved with CSI is looking forward to Mary Kummer Naber joining the team and we are confident that her leadership will greatly assist with the continued growth of this important and much needed community-based program”.