Cornerstone Hospice Leadership

Charles O. “Chuck” Lee
President & Chief Executive Officer
Chuck Lee has served as president and chief executive officer of Cornerstone since 2013. His many years of hospice leadership experience now has led Cornerstone to be one of the largest nonprofit hospices in the United States. Mr. Lee is also experienced in clinical pastoral education and is a permanent deacon in the Roman Catholic Church. While being active in many community activities, Chuck has long been a very positive influence on young people as Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 277 in Mount Dora, FL, which is part of the Lake District and Central Florida Council.


Rhonda White
Chief Operations Officer

Rhonda began her hospice and palliative care career in 1999 as a social worker. She joined Cornerstone Hospice in 2008 and in 2014 was named as our chief operating officer, meaning she oversees the daily operations of all divisions of Cornerstone. Rhonda is a Florida native who graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelors in Social Work and a Masters in Public Health. She is also certified in health care compliance. Rhonda and her family reside in Lakeland, FL.


Todd A. Webb
Chief Financial Officer

Todd is a certified public accountant with 15+ years of public accounting experience including a decade of owning and managing his own accounting practice. He is responsible for the financial performance of Cornerstone’s various divisions. Todd works alongside a group of talented people who, as a team, deal with Medicare, Medicaid, your insurance company and any others whose coverage make it possible for you to receive Cornerstone Hospice care without getting a bill for that care.


Dr. Michael Shapiro
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Shapiro oversees all the medical practitioners at Cornerstone as well as pharmacy protocols and the oversight of complex admissions. He completed residency and remained as a faculty member at the Mercer University School of Medicine. Dr. Shapiro earned his BA in Sociology from Clemson University. He then attended the Medical School at Ross University and completed residency at Mercer University School of Medicine/Medical Center of Central Georgia. As interest in palliative care grew in America, Dr. Shapiro also did a fellowship in hospice and palliative medicine at University of South Florida, Morsani School of Medicine.