Board Members

Stephanie Lisenko
Board President
Executive Director
Brentwood at Elkhart

Stephanie has been in the Medical Field for over 15 years, serving in Risk Management, Medical Billing, Social Work/Care Management and Admissions/Marketing positions. Through these roles she has gained much knowledge on the various aspects regarding aging successfully. She is very passionate about supporting individuals and families with transitioning through the different stages of life. Her career goals include obtaining as much knowledge as possible to share with the community so that they may live a life with dignity, independence and wellness. Stephanie enjoys sitting with seniors and their families to hear all their amazing life stories. Her greatest strength and greatest weakness is her Big Heart!

Stephanie

Jennifer Andrews
Board Vice President
Executive Director
Brentwood at Niles Assisted Living

Jennifer has been working to serve those in need for the past 25 years.  Starting her career serving children with developmental disabilities and moving into the senior health care industry.  By working in skilled nursing homes, home health care and assisted living, she has developed a network of industry leaders that help serve the aging in our community.  She came to Brentwood at Niles in 2015 as the Sales and Marketing Director and was promoted to the Administrator in 2017.  Her passion for caring has created an amazing culture at Brentwood that has spilled over to the families, staff and residents of her community.  She is very active in the community, not only with MISA but also as a co-chair for the Elder Care Alliance.

Jennifer

Joshua Walker
Board Chair
Vice President
Great Lakes Financial Planning

 

Josh

Megan Noll
Board Secretary
Administrator
West Woods of Niles

Megan Noll has been the Administrator at West Woods of Niles since October of 2015. She has been in the health care setting for 10 years, starting her career as a Certified Nursing Assistant while obtaining her Bachelor's Degree from Grand Valley State University. after graduating from college, she became a Licensed Nursing Home Administration and has been working in the Long Term Care setting ever since. She loves working with those that need services. She likes knowing the community has a Skilled Nursing Center to go to where they or their loved ones will have the best care possible.

Megan

Shawn Sieplinga
Board Treasurer
Community Relations Director
Brentwood at Niles

Shawn has been working in the medical field for 23 years in a variety of roles.  She started her healthcare career as a CNA in a nursing home, which started her love for working with the elderly and debilitated/disabled population.  She continued working and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Management from Spring Arbor University.  Throughout the years, she gained a lot of knowledge in those various roles.  Shawn found her love in 2010 when she started her work in hospice.  She feels very strongly that everyone deserves hospice at the end of their life.  Her compassion for others shines through as she works with the people she serves.

Shannon Klein
Board Member
Trust Officer
First State Bank

Shannon is an Assistant Vice President and Trust Officer for First State Bank where she also holds her Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA) designation.  Having been in the financial industry for 20 years, Shannon’s passion has always been about helping others.  Her position with First State Bank allows her to help individuals and families preserve and grow their assets as well as navigating through sometimes difficult decisions and processes while serving as Trustee.  She is very active in the community, having served as past President of Elkhart Noon Exchange Club, current Board Vice-Chair for United Way of Elkhart County and current Board member for MISA.

Barb King
Board Member
Professional Relations Liaison, Diversity Officer

Center for Hospice Care

My position as the Professional Relations Liaison started in 2018. My previous role as Marketing Assistant provided experience in community events, publications, community education and working with veteran patients for the last seven years. In my current role I maintain these responsibilities in addition to being the Diversity Officer, providing D&I (Diversity and Inclusion) education to the staff. Since joining the team at Center for Hospice Care over 11 years ago I have worked hands on from taking referrals, being part of the volunteer department, creating patient stories and planning education events for the community. I am a current board member of the Michiana Institute for Successful Aging, and Diversity Advisory Council with NHPCO.

Shawn
Shannon

Carrie Crosbie
Board Member
Access Senior Consulting

 

Jeff Zwart
Board Member
Senior 1 Care

 

FOLLOW US!