Sunrise People

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

F. Joseph McMackin III, Chair

F. Joseph McMackin III, Chair

In 2003, Mr. McMackin joined the Sunrise Board of Directors. In July of 2016, Mr. McMackin was voted in as the Chair


Steven M. Weinger, Vice Chair

Steven M. Weinger, Vice Chair

Mr. Weinger has served on the Sunrise Board of Directors for the past 25 years. In addition to his position as the First Vice Chairperson, he is Chair of the Human Resources Committee.Mr. Weinger is a tireless advocate for persons with developmental disabilities and an expert in the fields of commercial litigation, business law and healthcare. He is a partner in the law firm of Kurzban, Kurzban, Weinger Tetzeli and Pratt, P.A. located in Miami, Florida. His landmark class action litigation has resulted in literally billions of dollars in additional services for the individuals we serve. He is nationally recognized for his successes in representing individuals with developmental disabilities, providers, and provider organizations. He is frequent a guest speaker on healthcare and non-profit issues, particularly those issues relating to finance, structure, and access to services. In his spare time, Mr. Weinger has a leadership role in several prominent arts organizations


Gregory Hicks, 2nd Vice Chair

Gregory Hicks, 2nd Vice Chair

Mr. Hicks joined the Sunrise Board of Directors in 2014. Greg Hicks is responsible for directing Cigna’s Human Resources Regional and U.S. Operations. He was appointed to Vice President of Cigna Health Care Human Resources in July 2013. His appointment includes HR oversight for Total Health & Network, Clinical Strategy, Regional Contracting, Network Operations, Underwriting, Regional and Select Segments, Emerging Markets, Group Sales and Account Management, Group Operations and Voluntary, Sales Effectiveness, Cigna Medical Group, Cigna Pharmacy Management, Service Operations, Cigna Information Management and Analytics, and Operating Effectiveness.

Prior to his role in Cigna Global Health Benefits, Hicks was the Human Resources Lead for the U.S. Domestic Commercial business; previously he led talent and change initiatives in the National Accounts, Seniors, and Select Segments, Individual and Small Group Segment, Cigna Medical Group, Pharmacy, Voluntary, Cigna Health Management, Inc., and Life, Accident and Disability.

His experience prior to Cigna comes from Capital One Finance, Merck Medico Managed Care, and 3M Corporation. Greg earned his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Iowa and his Bachelors of Arts from Washington and Lee University.


Bill Lank, Treasurer

Bill Lank, Treasurer

Mr. Lank joined the Sunrise Board of Directors in 2012. As Co-Founder of the Endeavor Group Home and a father of a Sunrise consumer, he has been a dedicated advocate for the rights of people with developmental disabilities for decades. Bill Lank is the President and majority stockholder of his family's company, Lank Oil headquartered in South Florida. He has been a leader in the business community since 1972 where he has served in various roles as president, multiple committee chairs, as well as director of the Florida Petroleum Marketers, the Fort Lauderdale Executives Association, and the Petroleum Marketers Association of America. Mr. Lank is also an engaged philanthropist in his local community where he serves on the Broward Community College Foundation as the Governance Committee Chairman and at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church where he serves at Lector and Eucharistic Minister. Bill shares his personal family experience with disabilities and brings a broad range of business acumen in governance and finance to Sunrise's Board of Directors.


Gloria Wetherington, Secretary

Gloria Wetherington, Secretary

Ms. Wetherington became a member of the Sunrise Board of Directors in 1990. She currently serves on the Finance and Administration Committee.Ms. Wetherington has served in several leadership roles including Chairperson of the Florida Developmental Disabilities Planning Council Task Force on Community Living, former Chairperson of the Human Rights Advocacy Committee for Developmental Services District 10 (Broward & Palm Beach counties), and served as Chairperson of the Health and Human Services Board for District 10. Ms. Wetherington has been honored with the Frankie Thomas Volunteer of the Year Award (District 10) by Florida’s Department of Children and Families for her advocacy work.Ms. Wetherington is a commercial real estate broker, specializing in commercial property management.

MANAGEMENT

Jameson Dormann, Chief Operating Officer

As the Division Vice President, Mr. Dormann oversees all Sunrise programs and support services for people with developmental and acquired disabilities in Alabama, Connecticut, Georgia, Maryland, Tennessee and Virginia.

Jameson began his career in health and human services in 1991 as a direct support professional for United Cerebral Palsy in Little Rock Arkansas. Raised in a military family, Jameson grew up in several different countries. Professionally, he has continued to diversify and expand his skills and knowledge to include such positions as Case Manager, Program Manager, Director of Operations, Director of Adult Services, Housing Facility Coordinator and now, Division Vice President. While rising through the ranks over the last 23 years, Dormann earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Arkansas and a Masters in Business Administration from Union University in 2004.

Prior to joining Sunrise, Dormann worked in the greater disabilities community. His tenures included United Cerebral Palsy, Behavioral Services of Tennessee, the State of Tennessee and Goodwill among others. He has an extensive background in implementing and overseeing programs, personnel management, and budgeting. He officially joined the Sunrise family in 1999 and was appointed Regional Administrator in 2012. A strong human rights advocate, Dormann continues to provide the structure and leadership that is imperative to serving people who are medically fragile and/or behaviorally challenged. Throughout his career, Jameson advocated for inclusion of all people and has led the expansion of community-based services into numerous states. He is also actively involved in community issues including the National Fire Prevention Association and the Association for Behavioral Analysts. Mr. Dormann demonstrates strategic leadership that consistently earns Sunrise accreditations and awards for best practice care.