Eagle's Trace Board of Directors

Eagle’s Trace 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 www.nationalseniorcampuses.org.

E. Michelle Evans Bohreer

Ms. Bohreer practices law with the firm of Bohreer & Zucker LLP. For the past 20 years, she has represented clients in regard to commercial litigation and employment defense needs. Ms. Bohreer serves as Chair of the Leadership Council for the Gulf Coast Region of the American Cancer Society. She was the first woman chair of the Rotary Lombardi Award, an annual event honoring the NCAA college linemen of the year, with all proceeds going to benefit the American Cancer Society. A graduate of the University of Houston, she has contributed to numerous publications including The Houston Business Journal, The New York Times and Texas Lawyer.Back To Top

John D. Bowser

Mr. Bowser is a Resident Director from Eagle’s Trace in Houston, Texas. He served as a U.S. Air Force navigator, instructor and air training officer and eventually rose to the rank of captain before earning his Ph.D. in Educational Administration from the University of Chicago. During his career in education, he was consultant and instructor for Regional IV Education Center in Houston and a faculty member at Sam Houston State University, University of Texas at Tyler and St. Thomas University. He also served as Superintendent of schools in Evansville, Wisconsin; West Bend, Wisconsin; Alief, Texas; and Stafford, Texas.Back To Top

Dave Burk

Mr. Burk is a highly accomplished senior insurance executive with broad-based specialty expertise in health care and professional liability. During his nearly 40 years of professional experience, Mr. Burk has served in numerous leadership positions, including Vice President of VHA Inc., a national health care cooperative with 2,200 organization members, and President and CEO at Holy Cross Resources, Inc., the insurance, risk management and benefit services subsidiary of Trinity Health. Currently, Mr. Burk is a principal at DLB Consulting Inc., in Fort Collins, Colorado. Mr. Burk received his B.A. from Cardinal Glennon College and his M.A. from St. Louis University.Back To Top

Jim Hayes

A registered CPA, Mr. Hayes most recently was employed as Senior Associate Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan where he was involved in all aspects of recruiting, admissions, and enrollment. 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 prior to the merger of the two firms. In both positions, Mr. Hayes succeeded in developing and implementing strategies to enhance workforce diversity. Mr. Hayes holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from St. Joseph’s University in Pennsylvania.Back To Top

Scott A. Hollingsworth

Mr. Hollingsworth is president of S.L.I. Group, an integrated design-build firm focusing on private sector commercial architecture and construction. Previously, he worked as a manager with Turner Construction Company. Mr. Hollingsworth has contributed to notable projects including One OK Plaza in Tulsa, Oklahoma; the renovation of the historic Emily Morgan Hotel across from the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, and the $1.7 million Grace School K-8 classroom renovation project in Houston. He is an active member of Grace Presbyterian Church in Houston and serves on the board of Gina’s Light Foundation.Back To Top

Steve Hunsicker

Currently a principal of SPACE Architects in St. Louis, Missouri, Mr. Hunsicker has been creating innovative architectural solutions for health care, corporate and educational clients for more than two decades. His collaborative, multidisciplinary design philosophy seeks the optimum balance between organizational, cultural and environmental considerations. He also served as a trustee for Westminster Christian Academy. Former board assignments and activities include the City of Kirkwood Parks Department, the Solar Foundation and as a facilitator at the Missouri Governor’s Student Leadership Forum on Faith and Values.Back To Top

Zina Jacque

Zina Jacque is the senior pastor at the Community Church of Barrington, Illinois. Previously she has served on the staffs of multicultural, urban and suburban churches and has done extensive work in the areas of education, counseling and support programs. Dr. Jacque most recently served as the Executive Director and Founder of the Pastoral Counseling Center of Trinity Church in Boston. In this role she implemented training on mental health issues for local pastors and led the Center in the delivery of 2,400+ annual direct service hours. Previously Jacque was the Interim Director of Christian Education at the Melrose Church in Massachusetts. There she implemented a separate and unique Children’s Church and youth group. She has also acted as Protestant Chaplin at Bentley College and as the Executive Director of the Boston Ten Point Coalition where she served as a key member of the Boston program of violence reduction: Operation Ceasefire. Dr. Jacque holds a Doctorate of Theology and a Master of Divinity degree from Boston University (Summa Cum Laude), an M.A. from Columbia University and a B.A. from Northwestern University.Back To Top

Boone Powell

Mr. Powell served as president and chief executive officer of Baylor Health Care System for 20 years managing a major regional network of acute care facilities, community hospitals, family health centers, senior health centers and contract affiliations. Recognized by Business Week magazine in 1990 as one of "Five Best Health Care Executives" in the country, he also worked as President and CEO of Hendrick Medical Center and served as Chairman for the Health Industry Council in Dallas. He has served on boards for the National Young Life organization, the Greater Dallas Chamber, Dallas Citizens Council, U.S. Oncology, Abbott Laboratories and others. Mr. Powell is also a fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives. Mr. Powell’s education includes a Bachelor of Business Administration from Baylor University and a Master’s in Public Health from the University of California.Back To Top

Rosetta B. Robins, Ph.D., J.D.

Dr. Robins is an experienced professional with over 25 years of executive administrative and legal experience. Currently, she is a principal in Strategic Management Solutions LLC, a management and human resources consulting firm specializing in employment law and business management practices. During her legal career, she practiced corporate law in both law firm and corporate settings. Before entering the legal profession, she held positions at the University of Kansas Medical Center in administration and teaching—associate dean/assistant professor, School of Allied Health and director and associate director center of excellence and research assistant professor, School of Medicine. Active in community and civic organizations she has served on the boards of numerous organizations including the Mid-Continent Girl Scouts, Greater Kansas City Women’s Foundation and Jackson County Board of Services for the Developmentally Disabled. She earned advanced degrees—J.D., P.h.D. and M.P.A.—at the University of Missouri at Kansas City.Back To Top

Mike Roskiewicz

Mr. Roskiewicz is Senior Vice President and General Counsel of First Mercury Financial Corporation, an insurance and insurance services company that markets and underwrites specialty commercial insurance products. In this capacity, Mr. Roskiewicz has responsibility for corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, regulatory compliance under the federal securities laws and the state insurance codes, litigation management and general employment and contract matters. Prior to joining First Mercury, Mr. Roskiewicz was a partner in the Michigan law firm of Dickinson Wright, PLLC where he represented clients in all types of business transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, credit facilities, debt restructurings, private equity investments, securities offerings and sale/leaseback transactions. Mr. Roskiewicz received his B.A.in psychology from the University of Michigan and his J.D. from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis. He lives in Birmingham, Michigan, with his wife and four sons.Back To Top

Grover C. Wrenn

Mr. Wrenn is a retired entrepreneur and senior executive with 40 years of experience in health care services, environmental science, regulatory policy and occupational health and safety. He has served as President and COO of Safety-Kleen Corp.; Chairman and CEO of Accent Health Corp and CEO of EnSys Environmental Products, Inc., Chairman of Strategic Diagnostics, Inc. (NASDAQ: SDIX); CEO of Applied Bioscience International and Founder and CEO of Environ International. He also served as Chairman of Axolotl, Inc., a health information technology company which was recently sold to the United Health Group. Presently, Mr. Wrenn is a Director and Vice Chair at Albion Holdings, Inc., and a trustee of Eckerd College. He holds a Master of Science in Public Health (Environmental Sciences and Engineering) from the University of North Carolina.Back To Top