Ohio Osteopathic Association Retirement Announced and Executive Search Initiated

Jon Wills, who has successfully served as the Executive Director of the Ohio Osteopathic Association for more than four decades has announced he will retire upon the Board of Trustee’s selection of an Executive Director designee and subsequent leadership transition period. The membership association was founded in 1898 and represents Ohio osteopathic physicians in promoting the distinctive philosophy and practice of osteopathic medicine. Its vision is to be the professional home for all osteopathic physicians in Ohio. 

Wills has effectively represented and advocated on behalf of osteopathic medicine and worked collaboratively with the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation, osteopathic teaching centers and others in promoting the quality of medical education and post-graduate training of osteopathic medical students and practicing physicians and their service to the citizens of Ohio. Wills has served with a number of state and national groups on issues related to health access, medical care, health insurance, physician and allied health professional licensing, health related legislation and is highly respected among his peers, locally, statewide and nationally. 

“The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation values its relationship with Jon and the leadership of the Ohio Osteopathic Association,” said Rick Vincent, OHF President and CEO. "We extend our sincere commendations to Mr. Wills on his successful career, offer best wishes during the leadership transition and look forward to working with him on future projects." 

The Association’s Board of Trustees is looking forward to a smooth leadership transition and has initiated the search process for an Executive Director designee to assume the chief executive responsibilities subsequent to a leadership transition period. As chief executive of the association, the Executive Director is responsible to the Board for the effective administration and operations of the association and its affiliated entities. Qualified applicants will have extensive education as well as executive management experience, preferably in health related or other non-profit organizations. The full position description and profile can be found here.

Applicants will submit by September 30, 2017 a letter of interest, resume, salary expectations and contact information for at least three professional references to:

Executive Director, Ohio Osteopathic Association
53 W. Third Avenue
P.O. Box 8130
Columbus, OH 43201-0130.

 

Ohio Osteopathic Association Retirement Announced and Executive Search Initiated

Jon Wills, who has successfully served as the Executive Director of the Ohio Osteopathic Association for more than four decades has announced he will retire upon the Board of Trustee’s selection of an Executive Director designee and subsequent leadership transition period. The membership association was founded in 1898 and represents Ohio osteopathic physicians in promoting the distinctive philosophy and practice of osteopathic medicine. Its vision is to be the professional home for all osteopathic physicians in Ohio. 

Wills has effectively represented and advocated on behalf of osteopathic medicine and worked collaboratively with the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation, osteopathic teaching centers and others in promoting the quality of medical education and post-graduate training of osteopathic medical students and practicing physicians and their service to the citizens of Ohio. Wills has served with a number of state and national groups on issues related to health access, medical care, health insurance, physician and allied health professional licensing, health related legislation and is highly respected among his peers, locally, statewide and nationally. 

“The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation values its relationship with Jon and the leadership of the Ohio Osteopathic Association,” said Rick Vincent, OHF President and CEO. "We extend our sincere commendations to Mr. Wills on his successful career, offer best wishes during the leadership transition and look forward to working with him on future projects." 

The Association’s Board of Trustees is looking forward to a smooth leadership transition and has initiated the search process for an Executive Director designee to assume the chief executive responsibilities subsequent to a leadership transition period. As chief executive of the association, the Executive Director is responsible to the Board for the effective administration and operations of the association and its affiliated entities. Qualified applicants will have extensive education as well as executive management experience, preferably in health related or other non-profit organizations. The full position description and profile can be found here.

Applicants will submit by September 30, 2017 a letter of interest, resume, salary expectations and contact information for at least three professional references to:

Executive Director, Ohio Osteopathic Association
53 W. Third Avenue
P.O. Box 8130
Columbus, OH 43201-0130.