Brooksby Village Board of Directors

Brooksby Village is one of 15 communities supported by National Senior Campuses, Inc., (NSC), a not-for-profit organization committed to providing housing, health care (including elder care and nursing care) and other related services to middle income seniors. NSC and its Supported Organizations are independent of Erickson Living Management. Their relationship is limited to contractual arrangements related to development and management of the communities. For more information about NSC, visit

Mary Helen Lorenz, Chair

Ms. Lorenz is a city planner who has worked in community development and management and has chaired school, town and church boards including the Lincoln Housing Commission and First Parish, in her town of Lincoln, Massachusetts. Ms. Lorenz has worked for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Stubbins Associates, Inc., and Skidmore Owings and Merrill, Inc. She holds master's degrees in city planning from the University of Pennsylvania and in management of human services from Brandeis University. She obtained her bachelor's degree in United States studies from Wellesley College. Back To Top

Bruce J. Beardsley

Mr. Beardsley is a principal at Next Step Healthcare, LLC, where he has provided advisory, consulting and valuation services to investors in the skilled nursing and senior housing sectors. Previously, he was Senior Vice President of Acquisitions at Harborside Healthcare Corporation, which operated 76 skilled nursing centers. He has served as Chairman for the Board of Assessors for the Town of Medfield, Massachusetts, and as a member of the Owner/Operator Advisory Board and Market Area Profiles Task Force for the National Investment Center (NIC). Mr. Beardsley earned his bachelor's in Business and Economics at Lehigh University and his master's of Business Administration from Boston University. Back To Top

Wayne J. Craig

Mr. Craig has served as the Chief Financial Officer for SMV Management Company since December of 2009. SMV Management Company is responsible for the oversight of approximately 200 skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities and long-term acute care hospitals that are located in 23 states and owned by a small group of private investors. Mr. Craig previously worked as CFO for a small family owned health care provider in Massachusetts and as VP of Finance for Harborside Healthcare Corporation. Mr. Craig began his career at Advantage Health Corporation as a staff accountant and ascended to Vice President of Finance. Mr. Craig has consistently been involved in numerous strategic financial endeavors throughout his career and directed an accounting staff in excess of 30 people for Advantage Health. Mr. Craig has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Accounting from Salem State College. Back To Top

Nathaniel J. Dudley

Mr. Dudley is litigation partner at McGivney & Kluger of Boston, where he coordinates and directs local counsel with respect to defense strategy in all 50 states. Previously, he served as general counsel for Landmark Health Solutions, LLC, and Harborside Healthcare Corporation. A graduate of Dartmouth College and Northeastern University School of Law, Mr. Dudley is a member of the Board of Directors for the Institute of Senior Living of Florida, Inc. He is a volunteer assistant hockey coach at Babson College and is a member of the Board of Directors for Westwood Youth Hockey. Back To Top

Margaret A. Hunt

Margaret holds a R.N. degree from Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing and a certificate from the Graduate School of Banking at Brown University. She is also a Certified Graphoanalyst. Professionally she served as the head nurse at Massachusetts General Hospital, Branch Manager and Assistant Vice President of Personnel at Mutual Savings Bank for 24 years, and for 15 years she served at Grace Chapel, Lexington where she was responsible for operations and administration in finance, personnel and facilities of a 2000 member church. She was the first woman President of the Newton Needham Chamber of Commerce, President of the New England Paperweight Collectors’ Association, and Treasurer of the Bay Path Colonial Girl Scout Council. She served on the Brooksby Village RAC for 4 years, as Liaison to Resident Life and as RAC Secretary. She enjoys music, painting, paperweights, reading, and travel. Back To Top

Kirk B. Jones

A native of New Orleans, Mr. Jones currently serves as an adjunct faculty member at Boston University School of Theology and Andover Newtown Theological School, where he earned his Master of Divinity. He is also senior pastor at First Baptist Church in Tewksbury, Massachusetts. In addition to authoring several books and articles, Mr. Jones is a member of the Academy of Homiletics and the Society of Christian Ethics. He received his B.S. at Loyola University in New Orleans, his Doctor of Ministry degree from Emory University and his Ph.D. from Drew University. Back To Top

Carolyn Markey

Ms. Markey was president and CEO of the Visiting Nurse Association of America (VNAA) from 1997 to 2007. During her tenure, she led the 400 visiting nurse agencies throughout the country in the areas of advocacy, national image, clinical education and regulatory compliance. Ms. Markey has 30 years’ experience in home health and community care in both for profit and not-for-profit organizations. Prior to VNAA, she was the CEO of Special Care Home Health Services, a $100 million division of Advantage Health. She served on the board of Myomo, Inc., and was a member of Leadership 18 and National Healthcare Coalition in Washington, D.C. She is a registered nurse and graduate of North Shore Community College. Back To Top

Willow Pasley

Ms. Pasley is a finance and management professional with 20 years of experience in the banking industry. During her tenure with Citizens Bank and BayBank, she specialized in lending to health care and not-for-profit organizations, including continuing care retirement communities. She earned a B.A. from Hartwick College and an M.B.A. from Simmons College. Back To Top