Allegiance Health Foundation Appoints New President

Allegiance Health is pleased to announce that Chad Noble has been appointed as President of the Allegiance Health Foundation.

Allegiance Health is pleased to announce that Chad Noble has been appointed as President of the Allegiance Health Foundation, effective December 23, 2012. A member of the Allegiance Health leadership team since 1998, Noble has served as Executive Director of the Foundation since April, in addition to his responsibilities as Director of Governmental and Corporate Affairs. Along with his new role as President of the Foundation, Noble will remain an Executive Director for Allegiance Health. In this capacity, he will continue to lead corporate and legislative relations, and serve as the executive sponsor for Allegiance Health’s 550-strong team of volunteers. 

A lifelong Jackson resident, Noble is involved in many area organizations, including the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce, Jackson Area Manufacturers Association, the United Way, Jackson Community Leadership Academy and the Enterprise Group. Since receiving both his Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Organizational Development from Spring Arbor University, Noble continues to be an enthusiastic supporter of partnerships between Allegiance Health, local businesses and our area’s institutions of higher learning.

Allegiance Health President and CEO Georgia Fojtasek said, “Chad’s knowledge of Allegiance Health and the Jackson community, along with the experience he has gained over 14 years, make him a valuable asset to our leadership team.”

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