Steven J. Jaberg (Steve) is named to Acuity’s Board of Directors. Steve retired as CEO of the Benevolent Corporation Cedar Community after serving in that position for 25 years and working in the organization for 32 years. Cedar Community is a large not-for-profit retirement and healthcare community headquartered in West Bend, Wisconsin.
“It is a great responsibility and true honor to serve on the Acuity Board of Directors. Dedicated to its policyholders, agents, staff, and benefiting the wider community, Acuity has a rich tradition of service and quality. I will be joining a Board of Directors who have shown their intent to support, sustain, and continue to grow Acuity as an industry leader,” Steve said.
Steve is a Wisconsin native, having graduated from Sheboygan North High School. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and his Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee.
Having served as Board President of LeadingAge Wisconsin, an association of not-for-profit senior retirement and healthcare headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, Steve went on to serve two terms on the LeadingAge National Board of Directors in Washington, D.C. Active in local communities, Steve has served as President of the West Bend Rotary Club, on the Lakeland University Board, and on the National Exchange Bank Trust Board. He also received a scholarship, given by the Milwaukee Harvard Club, to study non-profit leadership.
Steve lives in Kohler with his wife, Susan, who is retired after serving for many years as Principal of the Kohler Public Elementary and Middle Schools.
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