Our Influential Women of West Michigan

March 3, 2014 8:44 pm

The March issue of the Grand Rapids Business Journal features the “50 Most Influential Women of West Michi

Rabideau, Michelle 2

Michelle Rabideau

gan,” highlighting two Mercy Health Saint Mary’s colleagues and on Saint Mary’s Board Foundation member.

Michelle Rabideau, president of Saint Mary’s Foundation, was featured for her commitment to improving the community. Under her leadership, the foundation has raised over $65 million for additional programs. She is the president of the East Grand Rapids Public Schools Board of Education and is on the board of the Michigan Women’s Foundation, the National Kappa Delta Foundation and the Health Care Advisory Board for the Philanthropy Leadership Council.


Amna Seibold

Amna Seibold, director of Pathology, is known for her active involvement in the community. She is the director of pathology at Mercy Health Saint Mary’s. She is also the mayor of East Grand Rapids and was appointed by Gov. Rick Snyder to the State Board of Accountancy. In addition, as a member of the West Michigan host committee for the Michigan State University Political Leadership Program, she recruits, trains and inspires future public policy leaders.

Rachel Mraz

Rachel Mraz

Rachel Mraz, board member of Saint Mary’s Foundation, was featured for her position as wealth management advisor for Merrill Lynch and her numerous philanthropic initiatives, on both local and national levels. She is passionate about inspiring the next generation of philanthropists to get involved. She recently formed a giving group in West Michigan to help provide sand-based water filters to Earth University in Costa Rica and is active on numerous boards and committees in West Michigan.

Mercy Health Saint Mary’s is proud to have these three influential women as colleagues and active community members. Thank you to Michelle, Amna and Rachel for your dedication and positive impact in West Michigan.


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