LeadingAge Florida Elects New Board of Trustees

by Jeff Shaw

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — LeadingAge Florida, a Tallahassee-based branch of the nonprofit industry organization, has elected Bruce Jones as its new board chair during the association’s convention in Orlando.

Jones is the CEO of Vicar’s Landing in Ponte Vedra Beach. In addition to serving in multiple leadership roles for the association, he also serves on the board of directors of the St. John’s County Council on Aging and is chair-elect of the Brooks College of Health Dean’s Council at the University of North Florida. He is a fellow of both the American College of Health Care Administrators and the LeadingAge National Leadership Academy.

In addition to Jones’ election, senior living leaders from Central and South Florida were also elected to the LeadingAge Florida Board of Trustees at its convention. The board is responsible for LeadingAge Florida’s mission, goals, resources and objectives, and comprises leaders from the state’s premier senior living organizations that serve more than 80,000 of Florida’s older adults. Newly elected board members include:

  • Terry Rogers, CEO of Westminster Communities of Florida, Orlando
  • Andrew Dujon, president and CEO of Waterman Village, Mount Dora
  • Alex Maliwacki, health center administrator at Sunnyside Village, Sarasota
  • Angela Rohr, executive director at Freedom Plaza, Sun City Center
  • Jennifer Stevens, executive director at Abbey Delray South, Delray Beach

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