Inspira Health board approves new hospital trustees

Inspira Health‘s board approved new members of the Inspira Hospital board of trustees for the 2022 term: Zenaida Cobián and Jeffrey George. As the governing body of the hospital, this board provides governance oversight and guidance of the hospital’s activities.

Cobián, a Pittsgrove resident, was elected as a trustee and will join starting in February 2022. Since 2014, Cobián has served as superintendent of Penns Grove-Carneys Point Regional School District. She is a passionate educator, earning New Jersey Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development’s Outstanding Educator for Leadership and Service award in 2010-2011.

Zenaida Cobián and Jeffrey George. (Inspira Health)

“As a South Jersey community member, it’s a privilege to join a team of leaders making a difference for residents,” Cobián said. “I’m looking forward to collaborating with the board and helping improve the health and lives of fellow neighbors, colleagues and friends.”

George has been elected as a trustee and will begin his service in April 2022. He previously served on Inspira’s Finance and Investment Committee as a member, as well as the Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce board of directors as past president. George is a senior partner in the Beckett George Wealth Management Group at Merrill Lynch. In 2017, he earned the City of Philadelphia Veteran of Influence award.

“I am a strong believer that the health of a community is critically important to its success,” George said. “Inspira is a respected health leader in our community, and I’m honored to join its board and support its mission to provide high-quality care.”

“At Inspira, we believe our strongest asset is our people, ranging from nurses and physicians to our staff and board members. Our board leaders are the biggest advocates for our community,” said Amy Mansue, CEO and president, Inspira Health. “We’re pleased to have both Zenaida and Jeff join our team, bringing their own expertise and experience to help us continuously improve the health and well-being of our community.”