OSWEGO — Oswego Health announced that its board of directors recently elected Atom Avery as the new board chair and Ed Alberts as the new vice chair.
Both Avery and Alberts will serve two-year terms through June 30, 2022.
Avery, who previously served as the board vice chair, replaces Ellen Holst as the board chair, Jamie Leszczynski, senior director of communications at Oswego Health, tells CNYBJ in an email.
Oswego Health describes Avery as a business manager, developer, and entrepreneur. Avery oversees the day-to-day operations and management of Avery Rental Properties, LLC; Beacon Hotel; 5 Points Wine & Liquor; and The Gardens by Morning Star, all in Oswego; The Maples Assisted-Living Facility in Fulton; and his newest project, the Litatro building in Oswego.
In addition to serving as the new board chair for Oswego Health, Avery is on the board of directors for Oswego County Federal Credit Union.
He resides in the city of Oswego with his wife, Falecia, and their three children.
Oswego Health describes Alberts as a “proven entrepreneur with [more than] 20 years of health and wellness business expertise.”
Alberts currently owns five businesses with several locations throughout Central New York and the greater New York City area. They include Rehab Resources of Oswego; Little Lukes Preschool and Childcare Center, which has locations throughout the region; WIRED Telcom of Oswego; and RELAX The Spa in Victor.
In addition to serving as vice chair of the Oswego Health board of directors, Alberts also serves on the Oswego Health Foundation board as vice chair.