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Marianjoy Leadership

President's Advisory Council

The President's Advisory Council is a volunteer group of community and business leaders who take an active interest in promoting Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital's best interests. They meet every other month to discuss and share opinions on important hospital initiatives and events with the President of Marianjoy.

Maureen Beal
National Van Lines, Inc.

Nancy Bell
Trust Company of Illinois

George Bradshaw, JD
Huck Bouma, P.C.

Scott Cross
The Northern Trust Company

Brett Dale, JD
Huck Bouma, P.C.

Kathleen Dvorak

Donald H. Fischer

Will Gillett

James Herrmann

James Huck, JD

Thomas A. Keiser
Wallace Road Enterprises, LLC

Patrick J. Kronenwetter, JD
Wolin, Kelter, & Rosen LTD

Robert Lyon

John Millner
John J. Millner & Associates, Inc.

Timothy P. Moen

John Mueller
G&W Electric

Kim Meek
Hacha Products Corporation

Earl O'Malley

Dorothy O'Reilly

Walter Reilly

Mimi Rose

Donald Sveen

Jeffrey Swallow
Magnetrol International, Inc.

John Wallerius

Matthew Wanzenberg
Wanzenberg and Associates

Bonnie Wheaton

Marianjoy Senior Leaders

Teresa Chapman, SHRM-SCP
Vice President, Human Resources

Teresa Chapman is the Vice President of Human Resources at Marianjoy. She began her career at Marianjoy in 1988 and has led the human resources function since 2006. In her role, she is responsible for ensuring all human resources policies, procedures, practices and programs are implemented and managed. She partners with leadership to align and execute integrated human resources strategies based on business objectives and operational plans. Ms. Chapman has a B. A. in psychology from Central College in Pella, Iowa, and she has achieved the status of Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) Senior Certified Professional.

Angela Killian
Vice President, Operations

Angela Killian is the Vice President of Operations at Marianjoy. She provides direct oversight to the Marianjoy network for several functions and programs, including: education; clinical outcomes; quality and research, including training and development; library services; accreditation; and performance improvement. Ms. Killian has a B. S. in occupational therapy and an MHS in Health Administration. She has over 30 years of experience within rehabilitation services, including strategic planning; budgeting; teaching in university and clinical settings; occupational therapy; consulting; and operational leadership. Ms. Killian has shared her expertise in numerous publications and regional presentations.

Dan Bunnell
Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer

Dan Bunnell is the Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer of Marianjoy, where he oversees all financial activity for the hospital network. His duties include leadership on financial planning, operational budgeting, accounting and financial reporting.

Prior to this role, Mr. Bunnell served as Investment Director for Northwestern Medicine. He oversaw the Public Equity and Hedged Equity Asset Classes within the investment portfolio. In addition to his investment duties, he spearheaded the valuation analysis for Northwestern Medicine's acquisition, affiliation and corporate development efforts.

Prior to joining Northwestern Medicine in 2012, Mr. Bunnell worked in hedge fund-investing at multiple financial investment groups. He began his career as a public accountant.

Mr. Bunnell graduated with honors from Villanova University with a B. S. in Accountancy and earned an MBA from University of Chicago's Booth School of Business. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst and Certified Public Accountant.

Michael DeLaRosa,
Director, Physician Operations and Business Development

Michael DeLaRosa is the Director of Physician Operations and Business Development at Marianjoy. He manages Marianjoy Medical Group operations, including staffing, billing and finance matters. He collaborates closely with affiliated facilities and identifies new affiliate opportunities to optimize hospital service. Additionally, he recruits physicians as needed, due to program growth or succession planning.

Mr. DeLaRosa has a B. S. in advertising from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and graduated with honors in the MBA health sector management program from DePaul University's Kellstadt Business School.

He has over seven years of experience in community hospitals and academic medical centers, including business development and physician relations in leadership positions. He has been an invited speaker at several healthcare conferences at both a national and international level.