Rita Mabli ’74 ’76MBA

Women of Achievement Award Recipient

Rita Mabli ’74 ’76MBA began her career at United Hebrew in the late 1970s, became chief executive officer in 1994, and in 2007 assumed the position of president and CEO. As CEO, she is responsible for United Hebrew’s multi-level 7.5 acre senior campus, United Hebrew Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility, Willow Towers Assisted Living Facility, Soundview Independent Living Apartments, AZOR Licensed Home Care Agency, United Hebrew Certified Home Health Agency, and the campus’ two newest facilities: Willow Gardens Memory Care and Meadow Lane Independent Living Apartments. Through Rita’s vision and tireless efforts, United Hebrew has thrived, greatly expanding its services, investing in its infrastructure and modernizing its campus.

In addition to her position as vice president of the UGC Foundation, Rita is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Administrators; past president of the New Rochelle Chamber of Commerce, past president of the Association of Westchester & Rockland Long Term Care Administrators, and has been a preceptor for the New York State Administrator-in-Training Program. Rita is also a past chair of the Westchester Public Private Partnership for Aging Services. She is active in the community, serving on several boards including the Continuing Care Leadership Collation (a part of Greater New York Hospital Association), the Westchester County Association, has served on the board of the Ursuline School and has also served on the board of the Iona College Alumni Association. Rita is also co-chair of the Healthcare Advisory Group at the Westchester County Association. She has served in previous years on the New Rochelle Police Foundation Board.

Rita has received numerous awards, including the Westchester Magazine Healthcare Hero Award, 914 Inc. Women in Business Award, McKnight’s Long-Term-Care Woman of Distinction, Distinguished Service Award from Visiting Nurse of Westchester, Corporate Honoree Award from the New Rochelle Police Foundation, the Golden Harvest Jim Curran Leadership Award from the Westchester Public Private Partnership, the Leadership Award from the American Jewish Congress, Woman of Excellence Award from the New Rochelle Chamber of Commerce, Distinguished Leadership Award from the American College of Healthcare Administrators, Eli Pick Award from the American College of Healthcare Administrators, the Brother Arthur A. Loftus Award for Outstanding Achievement from Iona College, and has been honored by many other organizations.

Ms. Mabli holds a BA and an MBA from Iona College and resides in New Rochelle, with her husband, Iona alumnus Patrick Hardiman ’73, ’76MBA, a retired partner with Deloitte and retired professor of finance at Iona College.