Aunt Martha’s Health and Wellness announced today the addition of two new members to the organization’s Senior Leadership Team. Katie Lewis, who most recently directed Bike MS fundraising campaigns across three states for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, has been named Vice President of Development. Graciela Guzmán, who most recently directed the Healthy Illinois Campaign to key victories that made Illinois the first state to expand healthcare to low-income seniors regardless of their immigration status and then to older adults 55 and over, will serve as Director of Policy and Advocacy.
“This is a critical time for Aunt Martha’s. Katie and Graciela understand that they are coming into our organization at a time of tremendous opportunity,” said Raul Garza, the agency’s President and CEO.
“Their perspective and experience will be instrumental as we adapt not only to evolving social, political and philanthropic landscapes but, more importantly, as we respond to the evolving needs of the communities we serve.”
Garza also announced the hiring of Jaskiran Kaur as his Executive Administrative Assistant. Before coming to Aunt Martha’s, Jaskiran served as an Administrative Assistant for a 30-physician team at The Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, a role she took on while completing her undergraduate coursework at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis.