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Marilyn R. Lindenauer

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President Emeritas

Phone: (734) ***-****  HQ Phone
Midwest Eye-Banks
4889 Venture Drive
Ann Arbor , Michigan 48108
United States

Company Description: Midwest Eye-Banks is a 501(c)(3), independent, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the restoration of sight. Through our sites in Illinois, Michigan and New...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Master's Degree , Management
    School of Public Health
Web References
MIDWEST EYE-BANKS - Dedicated to the Restoration of Sight
www.midwesteyebanks.org, 5 Aug 2014 [cached]
Marilyn Lindenauer, Pres. Emeritas
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Marilyn R. Lindenauer, President Emeritas Marilyn Lindenauer served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Midwest Eye-Banks from 1989 until her retirement in 1998. During her tenure as CEO, she served on the Board of the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) from 1994 through 1998, and was a member or chair of multiple EBAA committees. She earned a Master's Degree in the Department of Health Management and Policy from the University of Michigan. Marilyn is a member of the Ann Arbor (Host) Lions Club.
ILLINOIS EYE-BANK - Dedicated to the Restoration of Sight
www.illinoiseyebank.org, 25 June 2010 [cached]
Marilyn R. Lindenauer
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Marilyn R. Lindenauer Marilyn Lindenauer served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Midwest Eye-Banks from 1989 until her retirement in 1998. During her tenure as CEO, she served on the Board of the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) from 1994 through 1998, and was a member or chair of multiple EBAA committees. She received the Leonard Heise Award - the highest award presented to non-physicians by EBAA - in 1999. Prior to her time at the Eye-Bank, Marilyn held various administrative healthcare positions at the University of Michigan Medical Center and School of Public Health, from which she received her Master's Degree in the Department of Health Management and Policy. Marilyn is a member of the Ann Arbor (Host) Lions Club. Since her retirement, she spends her time traveling with her husband, visiting their 10 grandchildren, reading and enjoying life in Ann Arbor and at their up-north cottage.
Michigan Eye-Bank - About Us - Board of Directors
www.michiganeyebank.org, 11 Feb 2009 [cached]
Marilyn R. Lindenauer
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Marilyn R. Lindenauer Marilyn Lindenauer served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Midwest Eye-Banks from 1989 until her retirement in 1998. During her tenure as CEO, she served on the Board of the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) from 1994 through 1998, and was a member or chair of multiple EBAA committees. She received the Leonard Heise Award in 1999, the highest award presented to non-physicians by EBAA. Prior to being at the Eye-Bank, Marilyn held various administrative healthcare positions at the University of Michigan Medical Center and School of Public Health, from which she received her Master's Degree in the Department of Health Management and Policy.
Marilyn is a member of the Ann Arbor Host Lions Club. Since her retirement, she spends her time traveling with her husband, visiting their 10 grandchildren, reading and enjoying life in Ann Arbor and at their up-north cottage.
The Eye-Bank: Who We Are - Midwest Eye-Banks Board of Directors
www.mebtc.org, 1 Oct 2004 [cached]
Marilyn R. Lindenauer
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MICHIGAN EYE-BANK - Dedicated to the Restoration of Sight
dev.michiganeyebank.org, 28 July 2010 [cached]
During that same year, Marilyn Lindenauer was appointed President and CEO. "Marilyn presided over the organization during a time of major growth and innovation that distinguished the Michigan Eye-Bank as a leader in eye banking," said Florence Johnston, who succeeded Lindenauer as CEO in 1998. "Marilyn presided over the organization during a time of major growth and innovation that distinguished the Michigan Eye-Bank as a leader in eye banking," said Florence Johnston, who succeeded Lindenauer as CEO in 1998.
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Lindenauer helped to recruit and solidify a loyal Board of Directors whose influence was there to guide the Eye-Bank into the new millennium.
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