Linda began her role at Glenwood in Marietta, Ohio, on April 26. She wanted to be a part of United Church Homes because of its mission, vision and values. In addition, Linda is extremely excited about working at Glenwood, which offers independent and assisted living services and has an active residents’ association.
“When I first became an administrator, I was drawn to the community concept and communities where residents become a family,” Linda said.
Linda joins UCH after serving as the administrator of Golden Living in Morgantown, West Virginia. Previously, Linda was the CEO of Fox Run Center for Children and Adolescents and deputy commissioner of operations at the Bureau for Behavioral Health and Health Facilities in West Virginia.
David Zack, director of operations, said Linda was the best fit for the role because of her ties to the community and her work experience.
“As a resident of Marietta, Linda brings a great deal of local knowledge, energy, enthusiasm and professionalism to Glenwood. Her diverse background and experience will add benefit to Glenwood’s team,” David said.
Linda has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Ohio Valley University and a Master of Business Administration from West Virginia University.
Additionally, United Church Homes recently named Megan Williams its new corporate director of sales and marketing. Megan began her role at UCH on April 17.
“United Church Homes is a great organization. I am excited about this new opportunity. I look forward to growing the brand and being a part of UCH’s mission and vision,” she said.
Megan has more than 27 years of marketing and sales experience in the senior living and retirement housing industry. Most recently, she served as the regional director of sales and marketing at Life Care Services (LCS).
She also has experience as the executive vice president of marketing and branding for Shamrock Companies and the area director of admissions management for Kindred Healthcare.
“Megan’s expertise and background in marketing and communications, particularly in the senior living industry, made her stand out among other candidates. We look forward to working with Megan and believe she can help the organization grow,” said Rev. Kenneth Daniel, United Church Homes president and CEO.
Megan is a native of Washington, D.C., and has lived in Shaker Heights, Ohio, for the past 10 years with her three children. She is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing.