Roland Park Place welcomes new board members

Roland Park Place is pleased to announce the addition of three new board members to the Roland Park Place Board of Directors. New members include:

  • Lucy Holman, Dean, Langsdale Library at the University of Baltimore
  • Kaylin Kopcho, Senior Associate Director of Development Funds, Johns Hopkins Medicine
  • Jennifer S. Peeples, Gerontologist, Manager of Roland Park Wine & Liquors

Campbell Killefer, president of Campbell Killefer Alternative Dispute Resolution Services, LLC, was elected as President of the Board.

As an accredited not-for-profit organization, Roland Park Place is supported by a highly involved group of dedicated volunteer board members who contribute a diverse mix of experiences from a variety of professions. All are committed to quality improvement and to furthering Roland Park Place’s mission.

Of the 17 board member positions, two are served by Roland Park Place residents. Resident board members and other residents may serve on key committees to help carry out the Board’s functions.

The Board of Directors is focused on governance, fiduciary responsibility, strategic direction, the quality of care and services provided, community relations and civic involvement.

About Roland Park Place

Roland Park Place (RPP) is the only full-service, accredited not-for-profit continuing care retirement community (known as a CCRC or life-care community) in Baltimore City offering independent living, residential care (assisted living) and comprehensive/skilled nursing care to Baltimore’s senior community. Roland Park Place’s profound commitment to its residents and their families promotes independence at the highest functional level throughout the continuum of residency. RPP is also non-denominational with more than 200 residences. For more information about RPP, click here or “like” us on Facebook.

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