Message from the President

Michelle Hornberger, FACHE, MHSA

The Spring season is upon us and with it, the awakening of cherry blossoms, tulips, and daffodils, extending their natural beauty and a rainbow of colors after enduring a long winter. Their resilience to bloom, year after year, after months of snow and ice, reminds us of the resiliency of our essential workers, parents working from home while juggling their children’s remote learning, and our frontline healthcare workers. Day after day, week after week, we have witnessed agility in adapting, heartache, recovery, and overall true grit.

Although there are many great sources to reference on endurance and adaptability, The New York Times has an interesting 5-Part Series on Resiliency in troubled times and what we can learn about it from history and personal experiences. You will find more throughout this Spring Newsletter, and of course, additional educational resources can be found on ACHE’s website.
Enjoy the impending warmer weather and stay positive. This pandemic is rounding a corner and as always, thank you for your leadership and involvement with MCACHE.

Best Regards,


Michelle Hornberger, MHSA, FACHE
President, MCACHE 

MCACHE stands committed to providing for the fair and equitable treatment of all people, in our communities, regardless of race, social-economic status, religious or political affiliations. Our times as leaders is now, to be part of the solutions, and use our collective voice and resources to advocate for innovative and sustainable change. 

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