Drexel Hill resident Adam Marles will take over as CEO of LeadingAge PA – a trade association based in Mechanicsburg that represents more than 360 nonprofit providers of senior housing, healthcare, and community services across the commonwealth – writes Shelby White for the Central Penn Business Journal.
Marles, currently the senior vice president for advancement and strategic initiatives and the corporate compliance officer for Phoebe-Devitt Homes in Allentown, will replace retiring CEO Ron Barth.
“Our commonwealth’s changing demographics make clear that quality services for older adults are a critical priority, and our association is privileged to represent the very best,” said Marles.
Marles has a master’s degree in public communication from American University and a law degree from Temple.
“Adam has a remarkable track record for solving the complex problems that senior care providers face,” said Sue Drabic, Chair of LeadingAge PA. “We welcome his fresh approach and look forward to working with him.”
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