Mary Margaret Willoughby possesses the kind of experience that can fundamentally change an organization – and the people within that organization. She has certainly left her imprint on countless individuals throughout her career, but perhaps none more so than All-American Home Care CEO Marco Altieri.
“As a young professional she taught me a lot about what it takes to be a responsible leader; for my employees, my company, and my community,” Altieri said. ” She was a long time mentor and I’m pleased she’s joining our organization.”
Willoughby had recently retired from her role as Director of Human Resources and Administration at a 1,400-employee not-for-profit organization in Rochester, NY. She decided she would return to the work force when an opportunity arose at All-American Home Care.
“I was planning on retiring, but this company represents so many of the beliefs I have, including independence, empowerment, and quality health care for Individuals with Disabilities” Willoughby said. “I just couldn’t resist the opportunity.”
“Mary Margaret will help shape the culture and future of the agency,” said All-American Home
Care CEO Marco Altieri. “All-American Home Care is fortunate to have Mary Margaret join our organization as she brings the expertise that will continue to make All-American Home Care the premier CDPAP provider throughout New York.”
Mary has been able to distinguish herself as a human resource executive because she has proudly accepted the challenges bestowed of her above and beyond what is typically associated with human resources executives. Mary has successfully ensured corporate compliance, quality assurance, development, and facilities management while simultaneously overseeing all human resources functions. Mary will be responsible for Human Resources, Organization Development, Quality Assurance, and Facilities Management at All-American Home Care.
Willoughby has taught at a variety of local colleges including Nazareth College’s School of Management. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Organization Management and a Masters in Human Resource Development and maintains her SPHR and SHRM-SCP certifications.
Willoughby has been actively involved in human resources communities both locally and nationally. She has served on several boards in a variety of capacities including academic, and health care related not-for-profit organizations. Willoughby will continue her roles as the Secretary of the Board of Directors for Family Service Communities of Rochester, and as the Second Vice President of FC Dynamo ROC.