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Press Releases | January 26, 2024
Columbus, OH – National Church Residences, the nation’s largest not-for-profit provider of affordable senior housing, announces Kelli Meyung’s return to the organization as the Vice President of Senior Living Operations. In this position, Meyung directs operations for three Ohio-based and two Florida-based continuing care retirement communities within the organization’s Senior Living portfolio – ensuring efficient office practices, compliance with industry regulations, sound financial management and excellence in care and service delivery.
Meyung comes to the organization with more than 30 years in the senior living industry, including her role at one of Florida’s largest senior communities where she served as the Senior Director of Healthcare. After previously serving as National Church Residences Vice President of Operations Design for the Senior Living Division, in 2021 Meyung embarked on an entrepreneurial journey. She founded her own consulting company that successfully created and delivered an Executive Director Certification program for the Ohio Assisted Living Association, as well as designing corporate active-aging and wellness program platforms and offering interim operational leadership services for senior living providers.
“I’m excited to rejoin the mission at National Church Residences and I’m inspired by the opportunity to collaborate again with our dedicated Senior Living team,” said Meyung. “I look forward to putting my experience and passion to work to benefit the seniors we serve in our communities.”
Meyung began her career as an occupational therapist and then served as a nursing home administrator before moving into Assisted Living and Memory Care operations. She holds a Certified Change Management Practitioner certification and earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Healthcare Administration from Franklin University.
“Kelli’s comprehensive skill set and her passion for developing programs, people and processes align perfectly with our organization,” said Senior Vice President of Healthcare Operations, Brianna Mettler. “We’re delighted by her return to the National Church Residences family.”
Originating from a Christian commitment of service, National Church Residences provides an array of health care services and a variety of housing options to 46,000 seniors. The nonprofit organization is driven by a vision to scale for mission impact by advancing better living for 100,000 seniors by 2030, wherever they call home. With more than 360 communities across the United States, it is the nation’s largest nonprofit provider of affordable senior housing and the largest manager of service coordinators. The organization also offers a variety of additional senior living options, home and community-based services, as well as permanent supportive housing for the formerly homeless and disabled. For more information, visit us at NationalChurchResidences.org and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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