NSC Board Advisory Committees

Audit

The Audit Committee is responsible for engaging an auditor for NSC and its suppoted communities; and overseeing, receiving, reviewing and accepting each audit as well as providing oversight of the preparation of their annual state registrations and federal tax filings.

  • Barbara Bisgaier, Chair
  • Eileen Erstad
  • Fred Haas
  • Jim Hayes
  • Mike Roskiewicz

 

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Budget & Finance

The Budget & Finance Committee is responsible for advising the NSC Board and the Community Boards in implementing the NSC Budget Policy. The Committee shall work collaboratively with Manager to assure that the NSC Budget Policy is effectively implemented throughout the NSC enterprise. The Committee will rely on Manager as the primary source of financial information and analysis required for the Committee to accomplish its responsibilities. NSC relies on Manager to manage the Communities consistent with the approved budgets and the terms of the Management Agreement. The role of B&FC is oversight on behalf of the NSC and Community Boards.

  • Grover Wrenn, Chair
  • Barbara Bisgaier
  • Bruce Beardsley
  • Mike Roskiewicz
  • Eileen Erstad

 

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Diversity, Inclusion & Corporate Social Responsibility

The goal of the Diversity, Inclusion and Corporate Social Responsibility Committee is to: (1) facilitate the ongoing efforts to promote diversity and inclusion and to foster a culture of mutual respect and understanding within the Board of National Senior Campuses and the Erickson Living continuing care retirement communities, over which the NSC Board governs and (2) to articulate and encourage a program of corporate social responsibility that enhances the lives of seniors both within and beyond the gates of our communities.  All undertakings are advisory to NSC and the supported communities.

  • Zina Jacque, Chair
  • Eva Marx
  • Mary Colins
  • Flora Castillo

 

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Governance & Internal Affairs

The goal of the Governance and Internal Affairs Committee is to establish, maintain, and facilitate practices and procedures for the effective and efficient operation of board business matters and board duties and responsibilities in implementation of the governance structure of the NSC board and its affiliated communities. All undertakings are advisory and on-behalf of the individual community boards, which hold ultimate decision-making authority.

  • Michelle Bohreer, Chair
  • Carolyn Markey
  • Jackson Bain
  • Mary Colins

 

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Investment & Treasury

The goal is to assist the Community Boards in matters of treasury management and investment management by providing oversight and making recommendations for the implementation of effective and efficient policies, practices and procedures. All undertakings are advisory and on behalf of the individual Community Boards, or the National CCRC Business Trust (the Trust), as appropriate, which entities hold ultimate decision making authority. The strategic objective of the Trust is to centralize the management of long-term investments under professional managers to achieve efficiencies and take advantage of scale, to diversify the investments using a broad spectrum of investment categories, and to obtain a reasonable return while accepting prudent levels of risk.

  • Willow Pasley, Chair
  • Arnie Speert
  • Brooks Hubbert
  • Roy O’Connor
  • Wayne Craig
  • Anne Mills

 

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Operations & Risk Management

The goal of the Operations & Risk Management Committee is to oversee and maintain, on behalf of all communities, effective and efficient community operations and management strategies. All undertakings are advisory and on-behalf of the individual community boards, which hold ultimate decision-making authority.

  • Eileen Erstad, Chair
  • David Burk
  • Carolyn Jacobs
  • Nate Dudley
  • Stephanie Reel
  • Michelle Bohreer

 

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Vision

The Vision committee’s goal is to provide independently gathered and analyzed data to regional boards and to appropriate NSC committees that predicts with reasonable reliability potential conditions under which our communities will operate over the next ten to twenty years. The data and research topics will be presented for use in long-term strategy development and planning.

  • Jackson Bain, Chair
  • Arnie Speert
  • Carolyn Markey
  • Mike Roskiewicz
  • Pat Davis
  • Wayne Craig

 

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Strategic Positioning & Long Range Planning Committee

  • James Anders, Chair
  • Barbara Bisgaier
  • Fred Haas
  • Willow Pasley
  • Grover Wrenn

 

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