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National Church Residences Announces the Return of Meyung as VP of Senior Living Operations and the Hiring of Gibson as VP of Marketing & Sales

January 29, 2024

National Church Residences
Kelli Meyung

COLUMBUS, OH — National Church Residences, a nonprofit provider of affordable senior housing, has announced Kelli Meyung’s return to the organization as the vice president of senior living operations, while also announcing the hiring of Margaret Gibson as its new vice president of marketing and sales.

Meyung now directs operations for three Ohio-based and two Florida-based CCRCs within the organization’s senior living portfolio.

She brings more than 30 years’ experience in the senior living industry to the position, including having served as senior director of healthcare at one of Florida’s largest senior communities. Meyung was previously National Church Residences’ vice president of operations design for the senior living division before leaving in 2021 to found her own consulting company that successfully created and delivered an Executive Director Certification program for the Ohio Assisted Living Association; additionally, she designed corporate active-aging and wellness program platforms and offered 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 in a press release. “I look forward to putting my experience and passion to work to benefit the seniors we serve in our communities.”

“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.”

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National Church Residences
Margaret Gibson

Meanwhile, Gibson shapes occupancy and growth strategies for National Church Residences’ properties and service divisions, as well as forge strong connections with community partners and industry leaders from NCR’s home office in Columbus. She is also responsible for developing strategy and implementing new initiatives to increase awareness of the National Church Residences brand to all segments of the community, while also overseeing management and growth of the organization’s social media channels and digital footprint.

“Margaret’s dedication to helping seniors receive the housing and services they need and deserve is driven by a profound sense of purpose,” said Susan DiMickele, president and CEO of National Church Residences. “I’m delighted to have her join our team of leaders and know she will be instrumental in advancing our vision of improving the lives of 100,000 seniors by 2030.”

Gibson comes to the organization from Synchrony Health Services, an affiliate of Trilogy Health Services, LLC. She was previously vice president of market development for Summit Home Care, where she also served as director of the assisted and independent living division.

“My career has evolved to focus on creating a network of support and resources around our seniors,” Gibson said. “What drew me to National Church Residences was its solid foundation, having been pioneers in the industry for more than 60 years, combined with an expanded vision for the future to serve even more seniors through their service offerings and housing portfolio.”

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 in more than 360 communities across the United States. Driven by a vision to scale for mission impact by advancing better living for 100,000 seniors by 2030, wherever they call home, NCR also offers a variety of additional senior-living options, home- and community-based services, and permanent supportive housing for the formerly homeless and disabled.

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