Deborah Wolfe, RN, CCM, CRRN
Ms. Wolfe received her baccalaureate degree in Nursing from Rush University in Chicago Illinois. She has been a nurse for over 30 years and has been a Certified Case Manager and Certified Registered Rehabilitation Nurse for over 25 years. She has worked in various settings, including Intensive Care, Med-Surg, Acute Rehab, and Home Care, and has had various roles as Staff Nurse, Preceptor, Educator, Case Manager and Manager. Since 2010, Ms. Wolfe has been working at the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center in North Chicago as the Case Management Division Officer working with Active Duty Service Members, their Dependents, and Retirees. Ms. Wolfe presented at the Military/VA/DoD Day at the CMSA Conference in 2018. Having worked with patients/families with catastrophic illnesses and injuries throughout her career, she has been an avid supporter of family caregivers. Ms. Wolfe has previous experience as a Powerful Tools for Caregivers Facilitator and Master Trainer. She received the Presidential “Daily Point of Light Award” for her role in the Time Out Volunteer Respite Care Program at Vista Eldercare, and has been a caregiver for several family members, including her mother who suffered from Multi System Atrophy (MSA) for 10 years. She is happy to be here, and recognizes how far CMSA has come since serving on the Bylaws Committee at the time CMSA was founded.