Aarti Subramanian


Aarti has over 25 years of experience in Finance and Administration in both For-Profit and Not-For-Profit settings. She has a proven track record of successful financial management, costs restructuring, receivables management. business development and developing strong relationships with key stakeholders. She has served in various capacities, such as the Chief Financial Officer, Compliance Officer, Interim CEO and head of Government Affairs and Business Development. She is a multi-talented, hands-on, executive with solid experience in the entire finance cycle, operations, regulations, planning, financial analysis and reporting. She has successfully dealt with various types of organizational change- to include change of ownership, change in types of programs being delivered, restructuring to deal with change in reimbursement and/or regulations. She has successfully been involved in starting up a hospital, turning around a hospital with collections and reimbursement issues, post acquisition cost and operational restructuring and identifying new business opportunities.

Grea Neverson-Daniels


Grea Neverson-Daniels is a Masters prepared Registered Nurse in Washington, DC. Grea has been a nurse for 20 years, leading nurses in various acute care settings and specialties throughout the DC, MD and VA area. Her career first began in Pediatric Mental services, then Maternal-Child Health, and onto hospital leadership and management- advancing in hospital administration from Nurse Manager to her last position as Chief Nursing Officer. She has extensive experience in shared governance; in particular, in the realm of quality assurance and identifying effective indicators for process improvement. Under her leadership quality indicators such as pain management, responsiveness to calls, and patient education reached acceptable percentile benchmarks. She also developed acuity staffing models based on quality outcome data which decreased both sentinel events and absenteeism. She has taught extensively throughout the hospital community developing medical-surgical and behavioral health competencies, new hire orientation, and task-force education all geared towards intent and critical thinking. Since 2017, she has owned and operated a family business under Norman C. Neverson and Associates. The company facilitates mandatory teaching for hospitality management employees. as well as analyzes infection control risk through the HACCP process. She is a graduate Georgetown University.

Carol Desjeunes

Chief Clinical Officer

Carol Desjeunes is a seasoned Healthcare Executive having served in Hospitals in both Executive Leadership and Nursing Administration roles as the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Nursing Officer. She has successfully managed clinical and organizational management of the functions and departments in both Medical Surgical and Psychiatric Hospital settings- including quality effectiveness and continuity of patient care, as well as adherence to regulatory standards and annual reviews. Successfully developed and implemented new programs- both inpatient and outpatient.