We’re excited to announce two new additions to the Faith Hospice team: Amanda Oliver, our new Clinical Director and Gina Schulz, our new Director of Philanthropy. You can read more about their backgrounds and how they came to Faith Hospice below.

Amanda Oliver - Clinical Director

Amanda Oliver graduated from Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek, Michigan, with an associate’s degree in nursing and, a few years later, received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Post University. She served as a Registered Nurse for Ganton Senior Living Communities for several years and then as a medical-surgical nurse at Borgess Medical Center before finding her way to hospice care. With Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan, Amanda first served as an RN and worked her way up to the manager level, serving as both the residential and homecare manager. Most recently, Amanda held the role of Quality Manager with Emmanuel Hospice. She is currently finishing her Master’s in Nursing Management and Organizational Leadership at Post University. We are excited for Amanda to bring her extensive experience working in hospice—from the RN to the managerial level—to Faith Hospice

Gina Schulz - Director of Philanthropy

Gina Schulz grew up in West Michigan on a farm in the Conklin/Ravenna area and graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Family Community Service. While in school, she completed a Development Internship at Hospice of Michigan. After graduation, Gina worked for the March of Dimes for ten years in Lansing, Traverse City, and Grand Rapids and then served as Director for the American Diabetes Association in West Michigan. For the next eight years, Gina would take on the role of VP of Development for the Grand Rapids Public Museum, managing development operations and working on the Expanding Curiosity Capital Campaign. Most recently, Gina served on the Executive team at John Ball Zoo as their Chief Advancement Officer, and she is also a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Having experienced the compassionate care of hospice firsthand when her Dad battled cancer during her high school years, Gina is greatly looking forward to being a part of an organization dedicated to providing such invaluable support to families in need.