National Church Residences Elevates Three to Vice President Positions

May 15, 2024

COLUMBUS, OH — National Church Residences has announced in a press release the promotion of three leaders, including Brianna Mettler and Julie Woolley to senior vice president and Carrie Dean to vice president.

Brianna Mettler

As SVP of Senior Living & Senior Services, Mettler — who has been with NCR since 2006 — now oversees operations for all senior service and senior living departments, covering Home Health, Hospice, Community Wellness, Support Services, and Senior Care Management, as well as operations at 16 senior housing properties (independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing) in Ohio and Florida.

Julie Woolley

Woolley, who joined National Church Residences in 2017 as associate general counsel, has been promoted to senior vice president managing the in-house legal team and providing advice on a wide variety of topics, including governance, litigation, corporate structure and transactions, risk management, entity management, privacy and corporate compliance.

Carrie Dean

Dean, meanwhile, joined NCR in 2016; she has risen to vice president of development closings. Her team is responsible for closing Low-Income Housing Tax Credit financed projects, acquisitions, and select refinance transactions.

“The wealth of experience these three women possess will undoubtedly contribute to our organization’s continued success and growth,” said President/CEO Susan DiMickele. “These promotions reflect our ongoing commitment to nurture talent within our ranks and ensure that our leadership team is well-equipped to guide our organization toward new heights.”

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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 at more than 360 communities. 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. 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.

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