Tonya Darner, MBA
Interim Chief Executive Officer | Chief Operating Officer
Tonya is the Interim Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Operating Officer (COO) for UP Health System – Marquette. Tonya previously served in progressive leadership roles at UP Health System – Marquette before returning as COO in October 2021. Tonya is a proven leader with 25 years of experience in medical practice management and healthcare administration, successfully overseeing operations of complex clinical teams, budgets and overall care for large volumes of patients.
Tonya served in the U.S. Air Force for 20 years, eventually becoming the 4th Medical Operations Squadron Superintendent in 2007. After retiring from the military, Tonya managed operations for several busy medical practices in the Marquette area through progressive leadership roles at UP Health System – Marquette; including Senior Director of neurosciences, imaging and on-call specialists service lines, and Director of Regional Operations for neurosciences, occupational medicine, behavioral health, pediatric specialty clinics, and radiology service lines. Most recently, Tonya served as the COO for Aspirus Wausau Hospital in Wausau, WI.
Lisa Long, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Board-certified in Family Medicine and Integrative Medicine, Dr. Long is a long-time UP Health System physician, where she has been practicing for more than 23 years. She brings extensive medical expertise and clinical leadership experience having held roles such as Chief of Staff, Section Chair for the Department of Family Medicine, and faculty physician for the UPHS – Marquette Family Medicine Residency Program through Michigan State University.
Dr. Long earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Michigan State University (Lyman Briggs), a Medical Doctorate from the University of Michigan Medical School, and completed her residency program in family medicine at Marquette General Hospital (now UP Health System – Marquette), where she was Chief Resident for two years. Years later, she completed a fellowship in integrative medicine at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. Her professional memberships include the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Medical Association, and the Michigan State Medical Society.
As Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Long oversees the medical operations of the hospital and ensures patients and staff are cared for with the utmost quality and safety. She also acts as the primary liaison between medical staff and administrators and helps with medical staff recruitment, retention, and professional growth.
Outside of work, Dr. Long is an active member of the greater Marquette community and enjoys hiking, gardening, kayaking, beekeeping, camping, and spending quality time with her family.
Henrietta Skeens, CPA
Chief Financial Officer
Henrietta joined UP Health System – Marquette in May 2022 and is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO). She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Concord University and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
Henrietta brings extensive experience in private practice, local and regional levels with multiple public accounting firms, as well as serving in a number of CFO roles, including Twin County Regional Hospital, a Duke LifePoint Hospital in Virginia. Her national experience in hospital management includes tours with community health systems in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Texas and Florida.
Her past professional affiliations include the American Institute of CPAs and the public steering committee for the Virginia Society of CPAs.
Christine Stryker, MBA, MSN, RN
Market Chief Nursing Officer
Christine is the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) for UP Health System – Marquette and Market CNO for UP Health System. Christine joined UP Health System in May 2021, bringing to the organization over 25 years of progressive leadership and management experience in nursing, patient services and business operations in hospital settings large and small, urban and rural.
Christine has served as CNO in both New York and Pennsylvania as well as Assistant Vice President of Nursing at Montefiore University Hospital in the Bronx, and Associate Nursing Officer at Upstate University Hospital Community Campus in Syracuse, NY. Christine has also worked as a Heart Center Director and a Practice Administrator for a group of cardiac surgeons.
Christine earned her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Vermont College of Norwich University. She then earned her Master’s in Nursing from the University of Vermont and her Master’s in Business Administration from DeSales University in Pennsylvania.
Peter Camilli, MHA, MA, CMPE
Regional Vice President, Physician Services
Peter Camilli joined UP Health System in June 2020 and is the Regional Vice President of Physician Services. In his role, he oversees strategic operations for the clinics and physician practices of UP Health System's three hospitals.
A servant leader with a wealth of physician practice administrative experience, Peter has held previous roles across the Midwest, including Director of Clinic Operations at Wheaton Franciscan Medical Group in Waterloo, IA, and Administrative Director of Medical and Surgical Specialties at Ascension Medical Group in Milwaukee, WI. Additionally, Peter is an active member of the Medical Group Management Association and is the Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Upper Peninsula Education Corporation.
Peter's educational portfolio includes a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame, a Master of Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota – Carlson School of Management, and a Master of Arts in Geography and Geographic Information Systems from the University of Oklahoma.
Meg McConnell, MSN, BSN, RN
Assistant Chief Nursing Officer
Meg McConnell, MSN, BSN, RN, joined UP Health System – Marquette in early 2023 and is the Assistant Chief Nursing Officer. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Cincinnati and a Master of Science in Nursing through Chamberlain College of Nursing's Executive Leadership program. She has also been accepted into the Doctor of Nursing program, also at Chamberlain College of Nursing.
Meg joins us from Haywood Regional Medical Center (HRMC) in Clyde, NC, where she was the Director of the Intensive Care Unit, Respiratory Therapy, Cardiac Rehab, and Inpatient Hemodialysis. In her role, Meg managed a team of nearly 100 staff members, leading them to provide the highest quality and standards of care, while fostering an environment that encouraged positivity and growth. Prior to her time HRMC, Meg held various nurse leadership positions at several Ohio hospitals, where she focused mostly on emergency and critical care medicine.
She's a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, and was a recipient of the DAISY Nurse Leader Award in 2022, which recognizes nurse leaders who provide exceptional compassionate leadership and create an environment of care that truly makes a difference in the lives of staff, patients, and families.
Board of Trustees
- Jerry Napier, MD, Chair
- Judy Watson-Olson, EdD, Vice Chair
- Jeff Conklin, MD, Chief of Staff
- Craig Coccia, MD, Trustee
- Dan Greenlee, Trustee
- Dave Manson, Trustee
- Mary Martin, COO, Trustee
- MaryAnne P. Shannon, PhD, RN, Trustee
- Tami Seavoy, Trustee
- William Short, MD, Trustee
- Doug Stacy, Patient Family Advisory Board Member
- Dave Williams, Trustee