Executive Team

  • Chasity Dial, MPA

    Chief Executive Officer

  • Glenn Wilson, MS

    Chief Operating Officer

  • Waneta Assaf, BS

    Finance Director

  • David Garcia, LMSW

    Behavioral Health Director

  • Jesse Klebba, DO

    Medical Director

  • Salli Wabsis, BS

    Community Wellness Director

Chasity Dial, MPA

Chief Executive Officer

Chasity Dial is a registered and active member of the Lumbee Tribe of Robeson County, North Carolina. She has earned a Master of Science degree in Public Administration from Central Michigan University with an undergraduate concentration in both Health Science and Political Science. She travels back and forth to NC regularly to spend time with family and friends. Chasity enjoys good food, good company and a good book.

Glenn Wilson, MS

Chief Operating Officer

Glenn Wilson attended Adrian College where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in Sociology and Anthropology and an emphasis in Criminal Justice. Glenn played on the football team at Adrian and is a proud member of the Adrian College Athletic Hall of Fame. He obtained a Master of Science Degree in Public Administration from Central Michigan University. Glenn is a Certified Clinical Supervisor, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor and a Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Trainer. He has over 25 years of experience in the social service industry, as both a clinician and program administrator. Born in Spokane Washington, raised in Urbana, Ohio, Glenn moved to Michigan following the completion of his undergraduate studies in 1987 and has remained in the Metro Detroit area ever since. Glenn’s favorite activity is to spend time with his family, wife Sharon, daughter Melissa and son’s Justin and Brett, preferring to spend as much time outside as possible, with boating as his favorite summer activity and skiing as his winter preference.

Waneta Assaf, BS

Finance Director

Waneta has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and an Associate’s degree in Accounting. She brings over 18 years of accounting experience to AIHFS, including working at an accounting firm and as a financial software consultant servicing nursing home facilities throughout the United States. In 2017 Waneta and her husband Frank moved from Wisconsin to Michigan. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, horseback riding, gardening, kayaking, and hiking.

David Garcia, LMSW

Behavioral Health Director

David is of Native American and Mexican American heritage. His father is from the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas. His mother is from Mexico and would be related to the Tarahumara tribe of Copper Canyon, Mexico. He has his Bachelor’s and Master’s in Social Work from Michigan State University. His journey on the Red Road began in June of 1994 and he practices the Lakota Teachings of Spirituality. He has been privileged to participate in teachings and ceremonies with Elders from the Dakotas, Canada, Central American, the Andes and the Amazon. He is a Fire keeper, Piper carrier, Sundancer and Water Pourer of the Inipi ceremony. Dave grew up in a Mexican community in Saginaw until he was 5 when his family moved to rural Chesaning. He currently lives in Bay City and has two adult children, Elizabeth and Aaron and 3 dogs. Dave has over 25 years of sobriety and believes that through indigenous teachings and ceremonies, we can help heal the indigenous people. Dave’s idea of a vacation is to travel and spend a week with an Elder participating in ceremony. Mitakuye Oyasin

Jesse Klebba, DO

Medical Director

Jesse Klebba is a board-certified family physician who joined American Indian Health and Family services as the medical director in February 2022. Born and raised in south east Michigan he graduated from Wayne State University with a bachelor’s degree in biology followed by medical school at Michigan State University. After graduating medical school, he pursued a career in Indian health working with the Puyallup tribe. He attended the Puyallup tribal health authority for residency and later signed on as a full spectrum family medicine faculty member. As a faculty member he worked and trained residents in both inpatient and outpatient medicine including obstetrics. He also worked as the tribal correctional facility doctor and was actively training to become the lab Director. He was a member of the EHR committee and the core competency committee working to both to improve the medical records and enhance resident training. As an osteopathic physician he approaches health with a mind, body, and spirit perspective and plans to bring his experience as a mentor with him into his position as medical director.

Salli Wabsis, BS

Community Wellness Director

Salli Renee Wabsis, BS, is a member of the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians in Michigan. She is fortunate for having a career in social services working for Indigenous youth and families in San Diego and Seattle. She is grateful for the opportunity to now serve Indigenous families at American Indian Health and Family Services in Detroit.

Salli practices the Medicine Wheel teachings to keep her balanced. Salli has three sons and two grandchildren. In her leisure time, she enjoys beading, spending time with her family, and watching her youngest son play AAU basketball.

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