Advocates for Georgia's Elderly Since 1953


Glenda Stewart Elected as Chair of the GHCA Elderly & Disabled Waiver Case Management Board for 2022-2023

For Immediate Release
July 12, 2022

Devon Barill, Director of Communications 
(678) 783-1703
The Georgia Health Care Association (GHCA) is pleased to announce that Glenda Stewart, Director of Quality Assurance & Compliance for Next Step Care, has been elected to serve as Chair of the GHCA Elderly & Disabled (E&D) Waiver Case Management Board of Directors for 2022-2023. Ms. Stewart was elected to the position by the E&D Waiver Case Management membership and installed during a virtual member business meeting on May 26.
“Glenda is an outstanding leader who has served elderly and disabled Georgians in various capacities with distinction for many years.” said GHCA President & CEO Tony Marshall. “I am honored to have the opportunity to work with her and the rest of the GHCA E&D Waiver Case Management Board to continue to enhance the lives of those served by our State's SOURCE and CCSP agencies.”
The (E&D) Waiver Case Management membership consists of Service Options Using Resources in a Community Environment (SOURCE) and Community Care Services Program (CCSP) Medicaid home and community-based waiver case managers that serve frail, elderly and disabled beneficiaries within the community. As Chair, Ms. Stewart will be responsible for ensuring the proper governance of the E&D Waiver Case Management membership and serve as the primary voice for SOURCE and CCSP providers on the GHCA Board of Directors.
Ms. Stewart is a Registered Nurse with nearly 20 years of experience in healthcare spanning the continuum to include acute care, medical/surgical nursing, research, education, quality management, and compliance. She holds certifications in both healthcare quality (CPHQ) and compliance (CHC) and has provided leadership in a variety of successful quality initiatives within her organization for over a decade. During her career, Glenda has built a reputation for performance excellence, innovation, strategic thinking and facilitation, and an undeniable passion for quality and performance improvement.   
About GHCA
The Georgia Health Care Association is a non-profit association of skilled nursing centers, assisted living communities, and home and community based case managers called SOURCE. Advocates for Georgia's elderly since 1953, the Association represents the best interests of patients, residents and consumers as well as owners, administrators, and other personnel. GHCA strives to enhance the ability of its members to provide competent and compassionate care to meet the ever-changing health care needs of elderly Georgians. For more information, visit