FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Healthcare Collections-I, L.L.C. COO Christian Lehr named to Osborn School District Education Foundation Board of Directors
Phoenix, AZ – March 29, 2017 – Christian Lehr, Chief Operating Officer of Healthcare Collections-I, L.L.C. (HCI) was named to the Osborn School District Education Foundation, Inc. (OSDEF) Board of Directors on March 6, 2017.
“The Foundation is excited to welcome Christian Lehr to the OSDEF Board of Directors,” said Foundation President Mike Hosking. “Christian has a history of supporting the Greater Phoenix community, both as a small business owner and as a leader at the Phoenix West Rotary Club. We look forward to his contributions and their positive impact on the Foundation’s efforts to support teachers and students in the Osborn School District.”
Signature programs of the OSDEF include the Wilma Basnett Mini-Grant Program, KidsRead, and the Osborn School District’s After School Sports Program.
“I am excited to work with the other members of the board,” said Lehr. “The work done by the Foundation positively impacts so many students and teachers in the Osborn School district and I am honored to be a part of such a significant group.”
ABOUT OSBORN SCHOOL DISTRICT EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION, INC (OSDEF)
The Osborn School District Educational Foundation strives to encourage innovation, promote healthy campuses, and support creative experiences in and out of Osborn School District classrooms. The Foundation provides support and funding to supplement traditional funding sources to insure that all Osborn students have a comprehensive educational experience regardless of socio-economic status.
ABOUT HEALTHCARE COLLECTIONS-I, LLC (HCI)
Established in 1992, Healthcare Collections-I, LLC (HCI) is a healthcare receivables management company based in Phoenix, Arizona. HCI is a member of the Arizona Collectors Association and the Association of Credit and Collection Professionals and is one of the largest healthcare-only recovery agencies in the Southwest.
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— Christian Lehr, VP/COO