The Nashville Health Care Council is pleased to announce two staff promotions.
David Greider has been promoted to vice president of member services, after previously serving as director of membership. In his new role, he is responsible for overseeing the Council’s diverse membership network, building strategies for engagement and guiding initiatives to nurture Nashville’s health care innovation ecosystem. Prior to joining the Council in 2015, Greider served as membership and outreach manager for the Center for Nonprofit Management. Greider received his MBA from Lipscomb University and a bachelor’s degree from Tennessee State University.
Maureen Iselin has been promoted to communications manager, after previously serving as communications coordinator. In this role, she executes key communications projects in support of the Council’s work to inspire collaboration to improve health care. Prior to joining the Council in 2016, Iselin served as marketing and communications manager for Waves, Inc., a nonprofit in Williamson County (Tenn.) serving children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Iselin earned a bachelor’s degree from Christopher Newport University.
“I am excited to have David and Maureen take on these new roles,” said Hayley Hovious, president of the Nashville Health Care Council. “Their contributions—and the contributions of our entire staff—allow the Council to offer our members world-class programming throughout the year.”