Marasco elected to Upper Allegheny Health System board
Posted on: 03/31/2017
Upper Allegheny Health System elected Julie Marasco to the health system’s board of directors at its March 29 meeting.
Marasco is region president of Northwest. As a member of the UAHS board of directors, she will also serve on the board of directors at Olean General Hospital and Bradford Regional Medical Center, member hospitals of UAHS.
Marasco has held a number of positions at Northwest since starting her career in 1977, including district manager and senior vice president of branch operations, advancing to her current position where she is responsible for the growth of the bank’s financial market in 43 offices in 16 counties.
A Bradford native, she serves as director of the Pennsylvania Banker’s Association School of Banking, and a member of the Bradford Area Alliance, University of Pittsburgh at Bradford advisory board and executive committee, and the Neighborhood Partnership Project advisory board. She represented Northwest as a founding member of Leadership McKean and is a long-standing member of BRMC’s community relations committee. She was named Businessperson of the Year in 2008 by the Bradford Chamber of Commerce and received the Woman’s Leader Award from the YWCA in 2013.
“Julie’s obvious financial acumen and longstanding dedication to our community will be a tremendous asset to the board. I look forward to welcoming her,” said Brenda McGee, chair, board of directors, UAHS.
“It is a pleasure to join the board and I am very excited to support Upper Allegheny Health System’s goal of providing high quality healthcare for our area residents,” Marasco said. “I was born and raised in Bradford and I understand the absolute importance of maintaining hospitals for our communities.
Upper Allegheny Health System is the parent company of Bradford Regional Medical Center and Olean General Hospital. An integration of two prominent community hospitals in Southwestern New York state and Northwestern Pennsylvania, Upper Allegheny Health System’s goal is the enhancement of each hospital’s mission of care and service to their respective communities with the common goal of improving care, enhancing clinical programs and providing best-in-class service for various health needs.Back to article