MaryMary Heysek has served on the board of the United Food Bank since 2011.
The United Food Bank of Plant City has announced Mary Heysek has been hired as the new executive director. She will start in September.
Heysek joined the United Food Bank board of directors in 2011 and has served on the Executive Board of Directors since January 2015. She is the owner/partner at MedStat Healthcare Services Inc. Prior to MedStat, she was involved in the start up of MedLink Corporation and has more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry. She has been active in serving the community, including at the Plant City YMCA, Child Abuse Council, Friends of the Library, SPCA and served as past PTA president for five years.
Heysek has knowledge of A/R management strategies, physician recruitment, billing and back office operations, ROI development and marketing and promotions.
“I am excited to start this new chapter as the executive director of the United Food Bank,” Heysek said. “I’m thankful for the opportunity and will work hard to collectively make a difference in so many lives of our fellow residents.”
“On behalf of the UFB board, selection committee and staff, we are thrilled to have Mary come on board as the new director,” George Banning, United Food Bank board chair, said. “She has all the attributes we (the board as well as the selection committee) had wanted for this position. Her commitment to helping others and continuing the success of the United Food Bank made her the best choice.”
Heysek has four sons, which include triplet boys. Her hobbies and interests include running/fitness, animals and tennis. She takes over as executive director for Christine Miller, who took a position as the president of the Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce earlier this summer.
For more information on the United Food Bank of Plant City, to donate or volunteer, contact (813) 764-0625.