Director of Initiatives and Programs
Margaret Rehayem oversees activities that bring together the talented and diverse National Alliance coalition network and other healthcare stakeholders to impact the employer community. She has over 20 years' experience working with employers in the areas of wellbeing, organizational culture, population health, wellness, and overall healthcare strategic planning.
Margaret has led cross-functional teams that implement successful approaches in healthcare and multi-stakeholder community collaboratives focused on resolving challenges and leveraging common synergies. She is a national speaker on a number of healthcare topics including health benefits, business performance, leadership, employee engagement, community health, and the impact of health and wellbeing in organizations.
Before joining the National Alliance, she was on the leadership team for almost a decade at the Midwest Business Group on Health, a leading business coalition in Chicago. She also created and managed an award-winning employee health and wellness program for 11 years at a community college. In 2013, she was appointed to the University of Wisconsin Health and Wellness Management Program Advisory Board. She has been an adjunct faculty professor since 2008 and teaches corporate health and entrepreneurship at the University of Illinois at Chicago.