Meet CPAN’s Executive Team
Carol Turni has served in both the managed care and skilled nursing facility fields for more than 30 years.
She graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Gerontology.
Carol, who is also a licensed nursing home administrator, launched her career in the managed care contracting field in California. In 2006, she helped lead the revitalization of CPAN to meet the ever-changing and challenging needs of the skilled nursing home industry in managed care. She was also pivotal in growing CPAN into a multi-state organization. She is proud of CPAN’s success and continues to position CPAN as a leader in the skilled nursing industry space as it relates to managed care. She is a member of the Cincinnati Opera Guild and a lover of the arts.
Carol is a breast cancer survivor and is grateful each day for the gift of life. She is committed to making a difference in giving of her time and resources to causes such as Stand Up to Cancer, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Cancer Family Care and Susan G. Komen.
Sarah Galley has almost 20 years of experience in organizational operations. Prior to joining CPAN, Sarah spent time in the dental industry and healthcare private practice, with most of her career in public accounting.
Sarah has been instrumental during her career in designing and implement training programs, assisting in strategic and succession planning, management of human resources, and financial accounting. Sarah has a passion for helping others, building trusting relationships and acting as a change agent to facilitate growth.
Sarah has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Phoenix and a Master’s degree in Leadership Development from Wright State University. Sarah is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources.
Sarah believes in giving back to the community by volunteering with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and HomeFull Dayton.
Glenda Suarez, RN, CMCN
Glenda Suarez is a Registered Nurse with more than 37 years of experience in a variety of health care settings including acute hospital and long -term care facilities in multiple states. She joined CPAN in 2007 as a case manager and moved into her current management role in 2009. In 2015, Glenda’s devotion to case management led her to become a Certified Managed Care Nurse with the American Association of Managed Care Nurses. Glenda has a wealth of knowledge in case management, payor processes and case resolution. She enjoys sports of all sorts and is also a member of the Cincinnati Arts Association.
Monica Fasoldt, LPN, CMCN
Before joining the CPAN team in 2007, Monica Fasoldt worked in skilled nursing facilities for over 15 years. Her experience includes wound care, infection control, quality initiatives, as well as a charge nurse on skilled rehab and dementia units. She became a certified managed care nurse in 2015 and completed InterQual training in 2017. Monica leads our Specialty Case Management Programs at CPAN. She enjoys new challenges and achieving goals.
Monica is an active member of the Cincinnati Art Museum Association.
Kimberlie Davis first joined CPAN In 2007 as a credentialing specialist. Kimberlie is responsible for the development of all of CPAN’s current administrative processes. She oversees the administrative support side of CPAN’s operations. Since 2011, she has guided the credentialing programs of all of our facilities for the entire organization. Before joining the healthcare industry, Kimberlie was responsible for the management of hospitality and guest services for multiple hotel chains. She has worked with human resources and payroll processing for over 18 years.
Among her accomplishments, Kimberlie earns excellent scores on credentialing delegation audits performed by each insurance company annually. She’s involved with the parent boosters at the University of Cincinnati where her daughter attends classes in their health program.