Easterseals Nevada (“ESN”) announced today that Lisa Manning has been named Chief Financial Officer for the organization.
Manning, who assumed the position in January, has over 25 years of experience as a certified public accountant and over a decade of experience as a CFO. She prominently served as the CFO/COO of the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, where she was responsible for overseeing the development of the center’s $80 million campus, including the famous Frank Gehry building in downtown Las Vegas and the expansion of critical healthcare services in Southern Nevada.
“It is always so rewarding to bring sound business and financial principles to the non-profit community that supports future sustainability without compromising the organization’s mission,” said Manning.
Manning earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration from University of Washington. In 2017, she was named CFO of the Year by Southern Nevada’s Financial Executives Institute.
“On behalf of Easterseals Nevada and the patients, clients and families we serve, I’m honored to welcome Lisa to our organization,” said Christine Zack, President and CEO of Easterseals Nevada. “We were fortunate to recruit a seasoned CFO and healthcare executive to oversee the critical financial planning and analysis involved with the expansion and innovation of our services throughout the state. Lisa’s reputation in the community as a respected leader and CFO has already enhanced the prestige of our operations and mission. I am excited to collaborate with Lisa to further the growth of Easterseals Nevada.”
About Easterseals Nevada
Founded in 1976, ESN is an innovative healthcare and human services provider specializing in pediatric therapy and educational services in Southern and Northern Nevada. It provides physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy for children up to age 3 in their homes through its Early Intervention Programs and for children of all ages in state-of-the-art therapy clinics in Las Vegas and Reno.
ESN also provides capability enhancement and enrichment services for adults living in Southern Nevada, and oversees assistive technology initiatives and independent living home and vehicle modification projects for all ages throughout Nevada.
ESN is an independent Nevada non-profit corporation that has entered into an affiliate agreement with Easterseals to use its logo and marks. To ensure support of the local non-profit, please direct all donation inquiries to Dawn Newburg 702-677-3570, firstname.lastname@example.org, or please donate via its Facebook page.