Eagle’s Trace Community Relations Committee

E. Michelle Bohreer, CRC Chair

Ms. Bohreer serves as the Chair of the Board of National Senior Campuses, Inc.  Additionally, Ms. Bohreer chairs the Board of Eagle’s Trace, Inc., an NSC Supported Community in Houston, Texas.   She serves on the NSC Governance and Internal Affairs Committee, Operations and Risk Management Committee and Strategic Planning Committee.  Ms. Bohreer is a partner in the law firm of Bohreer & Zucker LLP focused on employment law defense and commercial litigation, and is a licensed CPA.  Ms. Bohreer grew up in Houston, graduated with high honors from University of Houston and UH Law Center. She serves on a number of non-profit boards and held key volunteer leadership roles with the American Cancer Society and the H.E.A.R.T.  Program. Ms. Bohreer will serve as Governor of Rotary International District 5890 in 2021-2022, when Houston hosts the Rotary International Convention.  Ms. Bohreer served as the first woman chair of a National College Football Award, chairing the Rotary Lombardi Award. Ms. Bohreer has served on Supported Community Boards since 2011 and on the NSC Board since 2014.

James Hayes

Mr. Hayes joined the National Senior Campuses, Inc. (NSC) Board of Directors in 2006. His past roles have included Chairmanship of the following Advisory Committees: Diversity and Inclusion, Operations and Risk Management, and Audit. Additionally, he served as a member of the Investments Committee.  He also chaired the West Region Community Boards from 2014 to 2018. In 2018 he was appointed to NSC’s Executive Committee. A registered CPA, Mr. Hayes is the former Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. He is a retired partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he served as Partner in Charge of Minority Recruiting and Retention, and Partner in Charge of Workforce Diversity at Coopers & Lybrand. Mr. Hayes holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from St. Joseph’s University in Pennsylvania.

Janet Marvin, Director Living in Community (DLC)

A registered nurse (RN, MN), Ms. Marvin is the former Director of Patient Care Services, Shriners Hospital for Children, Galveston, Texas. Ms. Marvin has 50 years of experience in health care.  She has had a number of leadership and educational roles throughout her career.  She was the Associate Director of the University of Washington (UW) Burn Center and an Associate Professor in the Schools of Medicine and Nursing at the UW. She attended Texas Woman’s University for a Bachelors Degree and the UW for a Masters Degree. After retirement, Ms. Marvin moved to Eagle’s Trace where she has been active in several committees and served 6 years on the Resident Advisory Council.