Northeast College Board Meets, Welcomes Newest Members
The Northeast College of Health Sciences Board of Trustees held its Winter 2023 meeting on March 3, welcoming trustees both virtually and in-person at the College’s Seneca Falls Campus.
During the Board meeting, trustees heard reports and shared thoughts on the College's emerging 2023-2028 strategic plan. After receiving an update on the College’s recent strategic SWOT analysis that solicited Northeast community members’ reflections on the perceived strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the College, the Board discussed further development of the plan for its Fall 2023 launch.
In addition, Board divisional subcommittees received reports from the College's Faculty Senate and Student Government Association (SGA). Dr. Ilija Arar, chair of Northeast College’s Principles of Healthcare Practice Department, spoke as head of Faculty Senate, and SGA Executive President Conner Buttry (D.C. ’24) spoke on behalf of the student group.
About New Board Members.
The Board also welcomed its newest members, Elaina Pirro-Lombardi and Kevin Marryshow, who not only attended their first meeting of the full Board but also took part in new trustee orientation.
Dr. Elaina Pirro-Lombardi (D.C. ’00) is the CEO and owner of Meridian Chiropractic and Wellness in Liverpool, N.Y. She has earned a doctor of chiropractic degree from Northeast College, as well as an M.S. in natural science from the University of Buffalo. Pirro-Lombardi holds diplomate status with the International Board of Electrodiagnosis and has a strong history of leadership, including as past chair and current member of the New York State Board for Chiropractic.
Dr. Kevin Marryshow (D.C. ’11) is a chiropractor and regional director of Myodetox, based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He earned a doctor of chiropractic degree from Northeast College, and holds additional credentials as a medical acupuncture provider, functional range provider, and McKenzie MDT provider. Marryshow is also an active volunteer in the community and profession, including as a member of the Northeast College Alumni Advisory Board.
The Northeast Board of Trustees is currently made up of 15 members who all bring experience in several key areas of professional expertise, including health sciences, education, financial management and marketing. The Board convenes three times a year to meet with senior leadership of the College, and is collectively dedicated to supporting the mission, vision and strategic success of the College.
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