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Snyder makes appointments, reappointment to Board of Social Work
January 24, 2014
LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the appointments of Michael Fiorillo, of Madison Heights, and Tracy Muscat, of Farmington Hills, and the reappointment of Kenneth Mazur, of Dearborn, to the Board of Social Work.
The nine-member board, housed within the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, evaluates and determines minimal entry level competency of health practitioners, and takes disciplinary action against any misconduct of licensees.
“These are highly qualified appointees and I look forward to their contributions to this board,” Snyder said.
Fiorillo is the clinical services manager at Spectrum Juvenile Justice Services. In that capacity, he works with ACE Academy, a maximum security juvenile detention facility, where he supervises clinical case managers responsible for the therapeutic/rehabilitative care of 70 adjudicated youth and provides direct care to 10 adjudicated youth. He previously served as an executive/program leadership intern for Big Brothers/Big Sisters Washtenaw and a residential youth specialist for Whaley Children’s Center. He holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from Oakland University and a master’s degree of social work in management, social policy and evaluation from the University of Michigan School of Social Work. He will represent professionals and replaces Jane Hayes.
Muscat is a principal gifts officer for St. Joseph Mercy Oakland, and is the first individual to serve in that capacity focused on cultivating and securing gifts of $1 million or more to support community and capital projects. She previously served as associate vice president of development and alumni affairs for the Wayne State University School of Medicine, associate vice president of development for Wayne State University, vice president, fund development for St. Joseph Mercy Oakland, executive director of CCS Fund Raising, director, major gifts/regional director of development for Hospice of Michigan, and vice president, board and government relations for Detroit Public Television. Muscat holds a bachelor’s degree in professional and technical writing from Madonna University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. She will represent the general public and replaces Michelle Woods.
Mazur is a clinical case manager with Health Alliance Plan, where he specializes in attitude awareness and growth education. He previously served as a behavioral services consultant for the Henry Ford Health System and a quality assurance consultant with Perry Johnson Inc. Mazur holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Wayne State University and a master’s degree of social work in interpersonal practice administration from the University of Michigan. He will continue to represent professionals.
Members serve four-year terms expiring Dec. 31, 2017, and their appointments are subject to the advice and consent of the state Senate.