As a new foundation, Catalight will focus on providing capacity building support to organizations in the home and community-based services space. The organization will leverage an integrated set of end-to-end infrastructure solutions – from financing to technology to operations – designed to help these organizations scale and succeed.
Catalight will be led by Susan Armiger, a 20-year Easterseals veteran, who has held several top roles across multiple states and service lines. Armiger most recently served as the CEO of Easterseals Bay Area, where she grew the organization from a small non-profit to a thriving health care company delivering more than a million hours of service in Northern California each year.
“I am excited to take what I have learned during my career to help shape the next phase for non-profits as they transform to meet the growing demand for health care services in an ever changing and highly complex regulatory environment,” said Susan Armiger, CEO, Catalight Foundation.
By advancing industry standards, improving business and technology solutions, and delivering scalable customer-driven services, the Catalight Foundation’s impact will go beyond the companies it works with directly. For more information, please visit catalight.org.
About the Catalight Foundation
Established in 2019, Catalight is a new foundation that partners with organizations that deliver home and community-based services. Through its proprietary delivery ecosystem – an integrated suite of technology, finance and operations infrastructure solutions – Catalight helps organizations to scale, thrive and make a significant difference in the communities they serve. As growth partners to organizations throughout their transformation journey, Catalight makes a meaningful impact by building capacity to care.
The Catalight Foundation is a member of a family of companies including Easterseals Northern California, Easterseals Hawaii, the Behavioral Health Provider Network (BHPN) and Xolv Technology Solutions. Across the five non-profit companies, there are nearly 1,000 employees working together to help responsibly disrupt and transform home and community-based care.