President & CEO
Molly Kaser has been with the Center since its inception in 1990. She has a bachelor’s from Michigan State University, a diploma in nursing from Mercy Central School of Nursing, and master's in Public Health from the University of Michigan. Her service extends far into the community. Kaser is on the board of regents at Baker College of Jackson; and a member of the Michigan Primary Care Association Board and the John George Home Board.
Chief Operating Officer
Sara Benedetto supervises medical and dental operations, facilities, patient services, including the Center’s Pharmacy. A registered nurse with a bachelor’s in nursing from the University of Michigan, she joined the Center in 1992 when it was still in its infancy. She cared for mothers and babies at Foote Hospital (now called Henry Ford Allegiance Health) and also worked there in general medicine. Benedetto held numerous positions at the Center before her current position. She is a member of the Health Improvement Organization (and co-chair of he HIO Maternal Child Health Action Team), Cradle to Career, Great Start Executive Committee, Baker College Nursing Advisory Board, Career Center Advisory Board, and numerous other community collaborative organizations. She also serves as a board member for the School and Community Health Alliance of Michigan and Jackson County Medical Records.
Chief Finance Officer
Rebecca Snow joined the Center in 2014 as human resources director before adding chief finance officer to her responsibilities. She has a bachelor’s in political science and Spanish and a master’s in public administration, both from Bowling Green State University. Her previous work experience includes metro director, Human Resources, Catholic Health Partners, Northern Market, Toledo, Ohio; human resources manager, Mercy St. Charles Hospital, Oregon, Ohio; finance director, City of Defiance, Ohio; and human resources manager, City of Defiance, Ohio.
Quality Improvement Director & Compliance Officer
A nurse with a degree from Eastern Michigan University, Kim Hinkle joined the Center in 1991. Her supervision extends to all quality measures and customer-service standards, and compliance with HIPAA privacy and security standards. Hinkle was employed at Foote Hospital (now Henry Ford Allegiance Health) as a labor and delivery nurse and also worked there in case management and utilization services. She has served as the Center’s clinic manager. Hinkle has received numerous recognitions for her work, including being named a 2005 Distinguished Alumna of Eastern Michigan University College of Health and Human Services, and receiving the 2008 Michigan Primary Care Association Nursing Leadership Award. She is a member of the Jackson Health Network Wellness Committee.
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Rose Johnson was the Lead Physician in the Center for Family Health’s Family Medicine Department before assuming the responsibilities of Chief Medical Officer for the Center in July 2018. She has worked with the Executive Team and providers at the Center on several issues. As a physician, her goal is to take care of the patient as a whole, trying to integrate physical and mental health. Dr. Johnson earned a MBBS Bachelor’s of Medicine and Surgery and her Medical degree from the University of Kerala Medical College in Trivandrum, India. She completed her residency at St. Barnabas Hospital in New York. Board certified in Internal Medicine, Dr. Johnson worked as a primary-care physician in India for six months; she joined the Center in 2002. She is involved with the Jackson Health Network, an organization that is committed to improving patient care and outcomes.
Director of Communications & Advocacy
Terry Langston worked for the Center as a consultant before becoming a full-time employee in 2013. For the 10 years before he joined the Center, he operated the consulting firm, Langston Enterprises Inc. Langston also has worked for Substance Abuse Preventive Services, Albion-Homer United Way, Michigan 4-H Foundation, High/Scope Educational Research Foundation, Council of Michigan Foundations, Olivet College and other nonprofits. He earned two degrees from Michigan State University – a bachelor’s in social relations and family studies through James Madison College and a master’s in community service and family studies. He also has a master’s in public affairs and administration from Western Michigan University. Langston was honored with the Betty Cooke Advocacy Award, and has served the community as a past board member with Family Service Children’s Aid and Community Action Agency in Battle Creek. Langston currently serves as a trustee with Sandstone Charter Township; and as a board member of Henry Ford Allegiance Foundation, Jackson Friendly Home, Kiwanis of Jackson and AWARE Shelter.