Community liaison on board at Waveny Care Network
Published 4:22 pm, Friday, July 5, 2013
In this role, Treviño will provide community outreach and education on behalf of the entire not-for-profit health-care organization, which encompasses Waveny Care Center, The Village at Waveny Care Center and New Canaan Inn, as well as a variety of programs and services including a new home health-care agency.
Trevino joins Waveny Care Network with more than three decades of experience in professional networking, special event coordination, public relations and marketing, including her work as co-founder and CEO of Bull's Head Printers of Monroe. Most recently, she served as a community service representative for a local home health organization, for which she was responsible for developing a referral partner network with local medical facilities, physicians, senior care professionals and hospitals within a span of 33 towns.
"We are extremely pleased to have Harriette join Waveny Care Network," said Bill Piper, Waveny's CEO. "She brings a wealth of experience, enthusiasm and commitment to this position. Both the public and professional communities will immediately benefit from her solid understanding of the scope of eldercare and health-care services that Waveny provides."
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Trevino added, "I am delighted to join this highly recognized and respected organization and to serve as a resource and liaison for our community and professional partners. I look forward to working with our outstanding team to further Waveny's mission to offer compassionate, quality care to people from all areas."
An ambassador for the Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce, Trevino is also an active member of the Monroe and Newtown chambers of commerce and has served as president of both chambers' Power Network. She is a member of Women in Networking, a graduate of the Leadership Greater Valley program, and actively participates with the Working Women's Forum of Sandy Hook and Girl Scouts of America.
She has been a member of the Stamford chapter of Rotary International since 1995, receiving the Rotarian of the Year Award in 2010 and two Paul Harris Awards. She served on the Stamford Rotary Club's board of directors for four years and chaired the Fellowship Committee. Trevino holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester and spent her last year of studies at Harvard University.