BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2019
Robert Fey - President, Realtor (2004)
Kim Angel - Businesswoman (2012)
Stephen Abouaf - Retired Businessman (2015)
Nena McCullough - Retired Businesswoman (2017)
Jacky Donnell - Restauranteur (2017)
Edmond Ayoub, Jr - M.D. (2019)
Beverly Greer, CEO Neuro Vitality Center
Beverly Greer has been Chief Executive Officer of the Neuro Vitality Center, formerly the Stroke Recovery Center, since 2005.
A veteran healthcare administrator, Beverly led the organization’s research to prove the validity of long-term rehabilitation in reducing overall healthcare costs. In 2011 Beverly authored and published Long-Term Rehabilitation for Stroke and TBI: Building a Community, a manual describing methodology for the care of disabled patients to achieve the benefits documented at the Center. Working from these successes, in late 2014, she formulated a strategic plan to rebrand Stroke Recovery Center as Neuro Vitality Center in partnership with industry leaders and directors of the board to expand the model of care to other neurological disorders. Longer term, this endeavor has the potential for generating long-range financial growth and greater public awareness of tertiary prevention for neurological conditions.
Her continued contributions to secure long-term rehabilitation therapies for disabled adults and seniors have earned Beverly the accolades of her peers. She approaches each new business challenge with an intrinsic flair for innovation, creative problem solving and measured risk-taking to drive bottom-line improvements and returns.
Recognized as a high-potential executive, Beverly has worked more than 25 years in the greater Los Angeles area in healthcare administration managing several hospitals, medical groups, and managed care organizations from Anaheim to Lancaster. She holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Pepperdine University, logging many years of experience working with physicians, caregivers, funders and patients to enhance the delivery of healthcare in Southern California communities. She has also used her expertise to serve as an industry consultant throughout the Western United States.
Beverly is an executive committee member of the Advisory Council for the Riverside Office on Aging and Chair of the Healthy Living Committee. She served for nine years as a program committee member evaluating fundable health projects for the Desert Healthcare District, a local foundation working to support health and wellness initiatives. In 2014 she was appointed to serve as a member of the Stroke Task Force of the American Heart Association, Western States Affiliate. Members of the task force are key figures in their communities, representing a broad spectrum of stroke care and rehabilitation specialties.