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Delray Beach health exec named to Board of Ed

by John Kennedy | July 18th, 2011

Barbara Feingold, a Delray Beach health care administrator, was named Monday to the state’s Board of Education by Gov. Rick Scott.

Feingold replaces former Gulf Power executive Susan Story for a two-and-a-half-year term, ending in December 2013.

Feingold is an administrator for Dentaland Dental Centers and a vice president of MCNA Health Care Holdings LLC, a Medicaid and commercial dental insurance company in Fort Lauderdale. She also serves on the Board of Directors of MCNA Dental Insurance Company.

Feingold is a former speech pathologist in Broward County who worked with school children. She also worked as a school speech pathologist in Newark, N.J., according to the governor’s office.

State campaign finance records show Feingold contributed $2,400 last year to the campaign of U.S. Rep. David Rivera, a Miami Republican.

Feingold joins the seven-member board, which guides education policy for Florida schools, just as one member is about to leave. Mark Kaplan announced last week he was leaving the board Wednesday for a new job with his company, Mosaic Co., in Minnesota.

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2 Responses to “Delray Beach health exec named to Board of Ed”

  1. jeniferforrest Says:

    When my husband and I planned for an early retirement we were both in our 50′s. Not only were we retiring, but we were moving to Nashville, TN. Since we resigned from our jobs, we knew we would have to buy health insurance and dental insurance in Tennessee. We purchased a PPO family plan, for just my husband and me, through “Penny Health” . We paid for the family plan ourselves, initially, the cost was a little less than $400 a month for both of us. Our co-pay was very reasonable at $25 each per office visit.

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