MAC Angels Foundation Services Team

Kevin George – Interim Executive Director

Kevin has over 15 years of leadership experience in the non-profit and for-profit sectors. Prior to joining MAC Angels, Kevin was a successful nonprofit consultant with a focus on strategy and fund development. Kevin has used his skills in business development, fund development, strategic planning, and his cross-industry expertise to provide next-level growth to a variety of clients. 

Kevin successfully served as an executive in the mental health field for over a decade, first as the Executive Director of Imago Relationships International (IRI) and later as the Executive Director of the American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA). Psychoeducational programs he helped develop and launch at IRI are currently being offered in over a dozen countries. Prior to joining the nonprofit sector, Kevin served as an executive in the events industry.

Kevin is a graduate of the State University at Albany. Although he is a proud native of Upstate New York, he currently lives in New York City with his wife of 12 years and two young sons.

 

 

Mary Ann Provenzano – Associate Services Director

Mary Ann Provenzano became an ALS advocate when her father was diagnosed with the disease in 2006. Joining the MAC Angels Foundation board in 2010 was a way to honor his memory by helping other families living with ALS.

Mary Ann has volunteered for her children’s schools and has served on the board of County Harvest. She lives in New Rochelle with her family.

Michelle Tucker, RN, BSN, FCCS, BCPA – Patient Advocate

Michelle is registered nurse with over 15 years of critical care nursing experience. She has worked in a wide variety of care settings, including the Cardiac ICU and as a Rapid Response Nurse. She is a Board-Certified Patient Advocate.

As a Patient Advocate, Michelle works tirelessly to assist families to get the outcomes they deserve from the healthcare system. She helps families understand their medical options, assist at the bedside in dire medical situations, and assist with overall care management. As a Patient Advocate, I use all my years as a highly trained nurse to help families through difficult situations.

Michelle provided the hospice care for her grandfather in her home while caring for her young children. She is keenly aware of the difficulty in being a caregiver, family member and still having to care for all the other necessities of life. 

Michelle is a married mother of two children. She loves to workout, teach, and spend time with family.

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