Executives & Governance
Dr. Wahlig joined ChildServe in 2011 as Vice President and Medical Director, and began serving as CEO in July 2018. She graduated from the University of Iowa College of Medicine, and she is board certified in pediatrics, neonatal – perinatal medicine, and palliative care – hospice medicine. In 2015, Dr. Wahlig received her Master of Business Administration from the Henry B. Tippie College of Business at the University of Iowa. Prior to joining ChildServe, Dr. Wahlig was medical director of the Mercy Medical Center’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Senior Vice President of Program Excellence and Advancement
Tracey Page joined ChildServe in May 2003 as Program Director of Therapy and Homecare. As the therapy program grew, she served in several roles including Director of Pediatric Rehabilitation, Vice President of Clinical Services, and Senior Vice President of Clinical Services. Today she serves as the Senior Vice President of Program Excellence and Advancement, providing oversight in the areas of inpatient and outpatient pediatric rehabilitation, physician services, psychology, homecare, and marketing and referral development. Tracey has an associate’s degree in Applied Science in Occupational Therapy and a bachelor’s in Health Science from the Medical University of South Carolina.
Senior Vice President of Regional Operations
Dave joined ChildServe in 1996 as a Program Manager and was promoted to Program Director in 2001. After ten years in a director role, seven years as Vice President of Home and Community Services, and three years as Senior Vice President of Home and Community Services, Dave now serves as the Senior Vice President of Regional Operations. Along with leading the development and operation of an organization performance measurement and improvement system, Dave provides supervision and support to program directors responsible for the Home and Community Services program. Dave has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from William Penn University.
Senior Vice President of Human Resources & Facilities
Jay Winger joined ChildServe in March 2003, as Director of Staff Relations. Prior to serving as the Senior Vice President of Human Resources & Facilities, he has served as the Director of Human Resources, and Vice President of Human Resources. Jay develops and executes initiatives in support of the overall strategic direction and operations of the organization, specifically in the areas of succession planning, talent management, change management, learning and development, and facility support services. Jay has a bachelor’s in Economics from the University of Iowa and currently has his certification as a SHRM-CP.
2021-2022 Board of Directors
Mike McCoy, Chair
Brian Gentry, Vice Chair
Emily Willits, Secretary
Mike Wegner, Treasurer
Brian Laurenzo, Past Chair
Teri Wahlig, MD, CEO
Yogesh Shah, MD
Christy Sullivan, MD
2021-2022 Board of Trustees
Chris Littlefield, Chair
Joanie Houston, Vice Chair
Joel Nelson, Secretary/Treasurer
Nick Gerhart, Past Chair
Teri Wahlig, MD, CEO
Our Strategic Plan: Strategy 2025
We’re working in a rapidly changing healthcare environment. With the input of a multidisciplinary team of staff, families, and other stakeholders, ChildServe has developed a three-year strategic plan that outlines our goals for the future. This plan guides our business strategies and decisions with a focus on strategic priorities in which we’ll invest our time and resources. Our Strategy 2025 plan is part of a larger 10-year vision designed to help ChildServe transform lives by continuously improving pediatric healthcare.
Strategy 2025 contains three strategic focus areas:
1. Child Health – Do More. We will improve the health, development and well-being of children by expanding clinical expertise and core specialty programs to meet growing needs.
2. Organizational Health – Do it Better. We will continuously enhance organizational operations, performance, and culture to ensure excellence and capacity to serve more children and families.
3. Strategic Partnerships – Do it Together. We will expand community relationships to build a network of support for children and families.
ChildServe improves the health and well-being of 5,200 children each year through specialized clinical, home, and community-based programs and services. We serve children with developmental delays, disabilities, injuries, and other special healthcare needs.