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NIC Board of Directors Elects 2011-2012 Officers
Three new members also elected
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 30, 2011
Annapolis, Md. – The Board of Directors for the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (NIC) announced its officers for the 2011-12 term. Three individuals were also elected to serve as new board members, and three individuals were elected to serve additional three-year terms.
The officers include Randy Richardson, president, Vi, as board chair, and John Moore, chief executive officer, Atria Senior Living, Inc., as vice chair. Brad Razook, managing director, CS Capital Advisors, will serve as secretary, and George V. Hager, Jr., chief executive officer, Genesis HealthCare Corporation, as treasurer.
The three new members elected to the NIC Board of Directors are Craig Bernfield, chairman, CEO and president, Aviv REIT, Doug Korey, managing director, Contemporary Healthcare Capital and Jim Seymour, senior managing director, GE Healthcare Financial Services. John Cobb, senior vice president and chief investment officer, Ventas, was elected to serve the remaining two years of Ray Lewis’ term. Lewis currently serves as president of Ventas.
In addition, three members of the NIC Board of Directors were elected to serve additional three-year terms on the board: John Moore, chief executive officer, Atria Senior Living, Inc., Bradley Razook, managing director, CS Capital Advisors and David Watkins, senior vice president, Heitman LLC.
“We’re honored that industry leaders from major capital providers and operating companies continue to donate their time and expertise to furthering NIC’s mission of advancing the quality of seniors housing and care by facilitating informed investment decisions,” said Robert G. Kramer, president of NIC.
For 20 years, the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (NIC) has been committed to advancing the quality of seniors housing and care by facilitating informed investment decisions for investors, lenders, owners, operators and developers through groundbreaking research, actionable data and dealmaking events. NIC is the leading provider of historical and trend data on the industry through its NIC MAP® Data and Analysis Service that tracks more than 12,000 properties on a quarterly basis in the 100 largest metropolitan markets. Proceeds from its annual conference and other events are used to fund data and research on issues of importance to lenders, investors, developers, operators, and others interested in meeting the housing and care needs of America’s seniors. For more information, visit www.NIC.org or call (410) 267-0504.