Oak Crest 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.
Jim Anders, Chair
Mr. Anders is the Administrator and Chief Operating Officer for Kennedy Krieger Institute, Inc., and all subsidiary corporations. Kennedy Krieger Institute is an internationally recognized academic, research, health care and educational facility dedicated to serving children and young adults with developmental disabilities and spinal cord injuries. He is responsible for the overall strategic, operational, and financial management of Kennedy Krieger. In addition, he is Chairman of Chesapeake Rehab Equipment, Inc., a Mid-Atlantic rehabilitation company. He has an M.B.A. from the University of Baltimore and is a C.P.A.Back To Top
C. Jackson Bain
Mr. Bain is currently Chairman and CEO of Bain and Associates, Inc., a public affairs consulting firm based in Alexandria, Virginia. Prior to that, he was Senior Vice President of Public Affairs at the National Association of Children's Hospitals. A communication expert and journalist with 30 years of experience, Mr. Bain joined NBC News in the 1970s, where he covered the White House under four administrations, the State Department, Congress, and various overseas' assignments. Mr. Bain created and executed major communications programs for many international companies, three foreign governments' economic development agencies and numerous trade and professional organizations.Back To Top
Ms. Erstad is a senior executive with extensive experience as a Chief Financial Officer in the health care, hospitality and financial services industries. Ms. Erstad has developed and implemented strategic plans, growth and reorganization strategies and also participated in new product development. Her most recent position was Chief Operating Officer for ResortQuest. Her previous positions include Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President of Symphony Health Services, LLC, and Director of Financial Planning and Analysis at PHH Corporation. Ms. Erstad graduated Magna Cum Laude from Loyola College in Maryland and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant.Back To Top
Carolyn Jacobs is a health care attorney who practices in Baltimore. She currently is Of Counsel with the Baltimore firm of Jacobs & Dembert, P.A. after having practiced at several large Baltimore law firms. She has many years of experience providing transactional, compliance, and regulatory advice to health care providers of all types. Ms. Jacobs received her law degree from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law where she graduated Order of the Coif.
Ms. Jacobs also received a Masters in Social Work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work and prior to her legal career she worked as a hospital-based social worker at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Ms. Jacobs received her BA from Syracuse University.Back To Top
Mr. Kent retired in 1988 after 40-plus years of service with the Bell System. Previously, he served for over 36 years in the Service Division of Western Electric before introducing new responsibilities to Bell Atlantic. Mr. Kent held multiple management positions and specialized in accounting and information systems. He retired from Bell Atlantic. He and Mrs. Kent reside at Oak Crest Village, an Erickson Living community in Parkville, Maryland. He also serves as a volunteer for the Baltimore County Office of Aging. Back To Top
A retired Air Force colonel, Ms. Price held numerous leadership positions, including commander of a 550-person intelligence group. She recently retired from the MITRE Corporation where she served as a consultant to senior US Government officials. While working at MITRE, she obtained certifications as a personal trainer and FallProof balance program master trainer and devoted increasing attention to her passion, senior fitness. After her parents moved to Greenspring, she spent one day a week for five years at their Fitness Center providing fitness and balance instruction to residents. She assisted in certifying Erickson fitness employees in FallProof and participated in several falls-prevention meetings at the corporate level. She currently provides personal training/balance instruction at her DelWebb community in Ashburn, VA, and is an active member of the Vienna Presbyterian Church. Her father now resides at Ashby Ponds. Ms. Price holds a Bachelor's Degree from Whitworth College, Masters from Stanford University and the Naval War College, and a graduate certificate with honors from the Air War College. Back To Top
Stephanie Reel is the Chief Information Officer for all divisions of the Johns Hopkins University and Health System. She was appointed Vice Provost for Information Technology and CIO for the Johns Hopkins University in January 1999. She is also Vice President for Information Services for Johns Hopkins Medicine, a post she has held since 1994. As CIO Ms. Reel leads the implementation of the strategic plan for information services, networking and telecommunications, as well as clinical, research and instructional technologies.Under her direction, the Johns Hopkins Health System is enhancing and advancing the use of an electronic health record, while also embracing a regional health record. Ms. Reel is a member of HIMSS, CHIME, the Healthcare Advisory Council, the American College of Medical Informatics and EDUCAUSE. She serves on the advisory board of Health Care Information. Ms. Reel graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in information systems management and holds a M.B.A. from Loyola College in Maryland. Back To Top
Joanne Malloy Rorapaugh
Ms. Rorapaugh served as Vice President of Operations for Madison Management Corporation (MMC). MMC owned, leased and managed commercial properties in Washington, D.C., including The Madison Hotel. Her responsibilities included the leasing and managing of MMC's office and apartment buildings, as well as overseeing the office and staff. She also served as Administrator of the Marshall B. Coyne Foundation; overseeing disbursements to various charities. Now retired, Ms. Rorapaugh lives in the Foggy Bottom area of Washington, D.C.Back To Top
Mr. Shubnell retired from Legg Mason, a Baltimore based financial services firm, at the end of 2001, having served as senior managing director for public finance investment banking. Prior to joining Legg Mason he was a public finance officer at each of the local, state, and federal levels of government. He also served as an independent financial advisor to companies and public authorities in matters of debt management. Mr. Shubnell graduated from the University of Notre Dame and George Washington University, holds an MBA degree, a CPA certificate, and has served on the boards of several for-profit and not-for-profit organizations including the United Way of Central Maryland and the Historic Annapolis Foundation. A resident of Virginia, he serves on the community boards of the NSC Mid-Atlantic Region and the National Senior Campuses Board of Directors, where he chairs the NSC Budget and Finance Advisory Committee. Back To Top
Mr. Walker served as President of Lyon, Conklin & Company in Baltimore until his retirement in 1993. Prior to that position, he was Treasurer and Controller of C.C. Dickson Company in Charlotte, North Carolina. Both companies were involved in HVAC equipment distribution. Mr. Walker started his professional career as a C.P.A. with the accounting firm of Coopers & Lybrand in Charlotte after graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.Back To Top