Neeta Delaney

Retired

Neeta Delaney recently retired as President/Lead Consultant for her own company specializing in leading collaborative change and innovation. She currently serves on the American Hospital Association’s (AHA) national Committee on Governance and formerly served on AHA’s Region 2 Policy Board. She has also served on the Michigan Council on Foundations, was the Vice Chair of the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs, Executive on Loan to Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm and the Director of the Michigan Foreclosure Prevention Task Force for which she was honored as the Community Economic Development Association of Michigan’s 2013 Housing Advocate of the Year.

Locally, Delaney founded the Jackson Nonprofit Support and Volunteer Center, the Armory Arts Project and The Jackson Arts & Cultural Alliance. She currently chairs the HFAH Board System Integration Committee, is a member of the HFAH Board Committee Leadership Council and is a member of the Henry Ford Health System Community Health Leadership Council. She has also served on the HFAH Board Quality Committee, Board Charter & Governance Principles Work Group, Foundation Physicians & Professional Caregivers Fund Development Committee, Board Partnership Work Group and the Board Compensation Committee.

Delaney holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and a graduate degree from Eastern Michigan University.

 

 

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