BETHPAGE, NY (June 22, 2021)—Girl Scouts of Nassau County recently elected its Board of Directors Officers, Board of Directors Members-at-Large, and Board Development Committee for the 2021-2023 term during its 56th Annual Meeting. Board Members include Michele Cusack, who was elected to serve as a member-at-large of the Board of Directors. The new board consists of life-long Girl Scouts, community leaders, nonprofit and corporative executives, and many other board veterans. In her role, Ms. Cusack will continue to serve the mission to provide leadership, innovation, and constant support to the Girl Scouts of Nassau County Council.
"We are very grateful to have many of our past Board of Directors join us for another term and welcome aboard several new members who we believe will make wonderful additions," said Randell M. Bynum, CEO of Girl Scouts of Nassau County. "This outstanding group of professionals will be invaluable to our organization as we continue to improve the lives of Girl Scouts in Nassau County."
Ms. Cusack is a senior health care executive with more than 20 years of experience. As Northwell Health’s chief financial officer, she manages the health system’s day-to-day finance operations, various corporate financial operations, including financial planning, budgeting, reimbursement, accounts payable, internal audit, cost accounting, cash management, tax management, risk management, and other financial functions that collaborate with revenue cycle, managed care and operational teams across the organization.
Ms. Cusack, a certified public accountant, has an administrative role on the finance and audit committees of Northwell’s Board of Trustees, and she is a member of Hofstra University’s Zarb School of Business Dean’s Advisory Board. She is also an alum of Hofstra University.
She and her husband Jim live in Nassau County with their four children, and their three daughters actively participate in local Girl Scout troops.
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