Mount Laurel, NJ (PRWEB) July 12, 2010
The Commission for Case Manager Certification (CCMC), has named Margot A. Langstaff, BSN, MBA, RN to its 2010-2011 Board of Commissioners. She will serve a four-year, re-electable term.
Langstaff is co-owner and principal of LifeHealth, a worksite wellness company in Littleton, CO. She is responsible for all financial management/oversight, business development, sales, marketing and aspects of delivering clinical care at customers’ worksites. Langstaff possesses a range of professional knowledge from positions in the health and wellness industry, including clinical health care, medical devices, e-commerce, software, and financial services within the for- and non-profit sectors. Her unique experience and perspective of being a clinician, business owner and designer of new clinical products gives her a deep understanding of business capitalization, finance, sales and marketing.
Langstaff has recently been elected to the board of the International Baccalaureate Parent Organization at Littleton High School as president-elect, and will serve a two-year term. She previously served on the clinical nursing faculty of the Arapahoe Community College. Prior to her current position with LifeHealth, Langstaff served as Chair and CEO of Women’s Health Corporation, and worked with the YMCA of Metropolitan Denver to design the first-ever fitness and education program for women suffering from incontinence.
“The Executive Committee welcomes Margot to the Board of Commissioners, and I applaud her initiative to advance her career and case management volunteer experience with this opportunity,” said CCMC Executive Committee Chair Annette C. Watson, RN-BC, CCM, MBA. “I’m confident Margot’s expertise in the wellness field will benefit CCMC as the Commission moves forward with an eye on professional and product diversification.”
Langstaff received her BSN from the University of Connecticut, and earned an MBA in General Management from Harvard Business School. She previously chaired the Harvard Business School Alumni Association in Colorado. During her two years of service, she implemented a full and active Board, which helped grow the association’s membership. Langstaff also is a member of the Harvard Health Care Industry Alumni Association.
The Commission for Case Manager Certification is the first and largest nationally accredited organization that certifies case managers. The CCMC is a nonprofit, volunteer organization that oversees the process of case manager certification with its CCM® credential. CCMC is positioned as the most active and prestigious certification organization supporting the case management industry. To learn more, visit http://ccmcertification.org/, connect with CCMC on Facebook and follow CCMC on Twitter @CCM_Cert.