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Marla Fronczak is the Executive Director of the Northeastern Illinois Area Agency on Aging. She has a Bachelor of Science degree from Northern Illinois University and a Master of Science in Nonprofit Management from Spertus Institute. She joined the agency’s staff in 2010, and prior to her tenure as Executive Director she managed the Community Planning Division. As Planning Manager, she has been responsible for developing and implementing the agency’s Area Plan, coordinating and overseeing the network of agencies that provide senior services through its eight-county planning and service area, and managing services that the agency provides directly. She had previously been a Long Term Care Ombudsman for the DuPage County Department of Community Services and was also certified as an Adult Protective Services Caseworker by the Illinois Department on Aging. Ms. Fronczak continues to work with the Illinois Department on Aging (IDoA) and the Illinois Association of Area Agencies on Aging (I4A) in fostering partnerships with Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) to assist Medicaid clients in accessing Older Americans Act funded services and to advocate to ensure these clients receive the services they need to remain safe and independent in their community.
She currently resides in Campton Hills, Kane County, with her husband. She is a team captain for the Fox Valley Walk to End Alzheimer’s. She can be contacted at email@example.com or 630-293-5990.
Greg Weider serves as the Chairman of the Agency on Aging Northeastern Illinois Board of Directors. He has been a member of the Board since 2012 and has also served as Chairman of both the Agency’s Planning Committee and Operations Committee. Weider is the Executive Director of Fox Valley Hands of Hope in Geneva, Illinois. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Science for the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, a Certificate in the Administrative Foundations of Public Service from DePaul University and a Master of Management Degree from North Park University. Weider has over 25 years of Non-Profit Management experience and prior to joining Hands of Hope served as Executive Director of the DuPage Senior Citizens Council.
He lives in Lake Zurich (Lake County), Illinois with his wife and two children. He also serves as a member of the Village of Lake Zurich Board of Trustees.
Dr. Tania Schwer is the Senior Programs Director for the Grundy County Health Department’s Senior Division. Dr. Schwer is an advocate for seniors originally from Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Schwer is a graduate of Loma Linda University, where she received her doctorate in Health Education. Dr. Schwer currently serves as the Chairman of the Advisory Council for the Agency on Aging Northeastern Illinois. She has served on the Advisory Council since 2016. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.