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The Arizona Association for Home Care Board of Directors consists of 12-16 individuals and the Executive Director (ex-officio).  Directors must be either employees of a Provider Member or they must be an AAHC Individual or Associate Member.Other requirements are specified in the Bylaws.  

Board of Directors 

Executive Committee:

  • President: Tom Glatt, Nightingale Homecare, Inc.
  • President-elect: Ellen Alba, RN, BSN, HCS-O, HCS-D, Victory Home Care Agency
  • Secretary: Tricia Garcia, PT, MBA, Bayada Home Health Care - Glendale
  • Treasurer: Cheryl Lovell, MBA, Southland Home Health
  • Executive Director:  Marie Fredette, CAE


  • Wendy Blum, Brookdale Home Health
  • Debbie Carmichael, RN, BSN, MD Home Health
  • Jill Heinrich, RN, BSN, KC's Home Health Care
  • Darlene Kaminski, RN, BSN, MBA, Kindred at Home -Phoenix
  • Trisha Kerr, RN, BBA, Bayada Home Health Care - Tucson
  • Jill Lanning, RN, Dependable Home Health
  • Laura Morrison, RN, MSN,MBA, CHC, Banner Home Care (Gilbert)
  • Lisa Olson, RN, Bayada Home Health Care - Tucson

Interested in Serving on the Board?

Director nominations are accepted year-round via the Candidate Interest Form (available to members either online or upon request from the AAHC Office).  Nominations received prior to April 1st will be considered by the AAHC Nominating Committee (provided the individual meets the requirements set forth in the Blaws) and if approved will be placed on the election ballot at the Annual Meeting held in June. Nominations received after April 1st will be considered for the next year's election or in cases of a vacancy. For more information on the election process, please contact either the current Nominating Chair (identified below) or the Executive Director in the AAHC Office.



Community Outreach Workgroup :: Increases access to home health and in home care for All Arizonans. 
Education Workgroup :: Develops and plans AAHC’s educational programs and professional development offerings.  

Nominating Committee :: Identifies, reviews and recommends candidates for seats on the board of directors.  

Public Policy Workgroup :: Monitors proposed changes in State/ Federal Regulations and develops and communicates AAHC’s position on various legislative and regulatory issues that impact the community.
Quality Improvement Collaborative :: Develops interventions, resources and tools related to quality improvement and reducing rehospitalizations in the Post-Acute Community by home health, in-home care and community-based transitional care providers.  


Interested in Volunteering?

If you would like to be considered for one of the committees or workgroups, please complete the interest form below. 

Please note, only employees of Provider/Associate Members and Individual Members are eligible to serve on the board. While employees of Vendor Members may not serve on the board, they are eligible to be on committees/workgroups.

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