SPRINGFIELD, Va. — National Senior Campuses Inc. has elected Michelle Bohreer to chair its board of directors.
Bohreer is the first female chair of NSC, a Springfield-based nonprofit organization founded in 1999 that governs 16 affiliated seniors housing communities. She previously served as corporate secretary of the organization and has been an independent director for two NSC communities in Texas — Highland Springs and Eagle’s Trace — for the past 10 years.
The NSC board of directors also oversees the management company, Erickson Living Management, which has staffing and service agreements with each NSC community.
Bohreer said her main goals for NSC as chairwoman are to increase diversity among the residents and staff of the communities, upgrade the technology so that residents have access to the latest new features such as smartphone apps, and to expand the influence of the NSC communities outside the gates through involvement and collaboration with local residents on civic issues that impact everyone in the local community.
Bohreer is a partner in the law firm of Bohreer & Zucker LLP, an employment law defense and commercial litigation firm located in Houston. A licensed certified public accountant, Bohreer grew up in Houston and graduated from the University of Houston Law Center. She serves on a number of nonprofit boards, including the American Cancer Society and Rotary International.