Beth Scheel earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Health Services Administration from Baker College in Muskegon, MI. She is the School Based Health Program Manager at Oakridge Teen Health Center.
“I believe it takes strength, integrity and effective communication to be a successful leader, and it is important to maintain a positive attitude.” A few of her professional passions include training others, project management, directing enabling service projects, and working with diverse populations.
A native of Muskegon, Beth has returned to Hackley Community Care to serve as the School Based Health Program Manager. She is looking forward to serving the community as a leader with Hackley Community Care.
Beth is married and enjoys spending time with her two sons that are her ‘whole world’. She continues to instill in them the principles of lifetime learning.