SOUTHFIELD — Blue Care Network elected two new members to its 18-person board of directors, Mary Ann Weaver and Paula Manderfield, and Blue Care of Michigan Inc. has elected one new member to its three-person board, Holly Seldon.
The Blue Care Network board of directors is composed of members, private citizens and representatives from various businesses, labor organizations, hospitals and health care providers. Twelve are appointed by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, six are elected by Blue Care Network subscribers and one member is elected by Blue Care of Michigan Inc. members. Board elections are held every three years.
Weaver possesses a background in business planning, organizational development and program implementation. Currently, she is serving as the president of the Michigan Disability Sports Alliance. Weaver has held various board positions at several organizations, including Van Buren Community Mental Health and the Safe Kids Advisory Group. In addition, she has founded two community organizations.
Retired Ingham County Circuit Court judge and registered nurse Manderfield has served on a variety of boards, including the Michigan Judges Association Executive Board, the State Bar of Michigan Criminal Law Council, Elder Law of Michigan, Ronald McDonald House, YMCA Metro and the American Heart Association. Manderfield currently practices law and is a certified mediator at Fraser, Trebilcock, Davis and Dunlap PC law firm in Lansing.
Selden has experience in non-profit management and human resources with a focus on employee relations and health benefit design and implementation. She has held various board positions with the Clarkston-area Mothers and More organization.