Emilie Deady has twenty years in non-profit as the President/CEO the former Visiting Nurse Association of Northern Virginia and VNA Community Hospice with experience in establishing major programs, strategic plans, community linkages, and communication systems. She currently holds the position of Deputy Director of the Office of Medical Services in the U.S. Peace Corps and is responsible for the administrative operations of health care provided to 7,000 Volunteers in approximately 70 countries. In addition to serving on the board of the VNAA, she serves on several local non-profit community boards and the Community Health Accreditation Program board.
She currently is serving a term as the National President of the Catholic University of America Alumni Association. Ms. Deady has published several chapters in books regarding home care and is the co-author of the Home Health Administration Manual and the Hospice Administration Manual to be in print this fall. She has received following awards: One of the Women in Washington, 1985; the Excellent Achievement in Nursing Practice award from Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, 1999; and the Mentor of the Year, Visiting Nurse Associations of America, 2001.
Ms. Deady has a master’s degree in Community Health from Catholic University of America and a master’s degree in General Administration from the University College, University of Maryland.