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Roger Myers, President & CEO, and Tom Wyllie, Director of Wellness & Innovation, were selected by the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA) as thought leaders and key stakeholders to chart a path forward for North America’s senior living industry. Participants in the ICAA COVID-19 Senior Living Task Force include representatives of for-profit, not-for-profit, and affordable housing – organizations providing active adult and independent living, continuing care retirement communities/life plan, assisted living, long-term care, skilled nursing, and rehabilitation. Participating industry associations include, among others, LeadingAge, American Senior Housing Association, Argentum, American Medical Directors Association, Pioneer Network, National Council on Aging, The National Association Directors of Nursing Administration in Long-Term Care and the American Society on Aging.

ICAA founder and CEO Colin Milner stated: “The health wellness and quality of life of our residents and staff are paramount as we chart a path forward in the midst of uncertainty. The Task Force will generate and provide ideas, tactics, strategies and messaging suggestions that organizations can consider as they begin to plan for a new post-COVID era.” Milner is co-chair of the task force along with Ken Dychtwald, PhD, best-selling author and CEO of Age Wave.

Read the task force report online

Roger Myers joined PVM as CEO in 1992 and has held previous leadership roles in hospital administration and senior living for over 35 years. Myers holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in public administration from Western Michigan University. He serves on numerous national, state and local boards and advisory bodies.

Tom Wyllie joined PVM in 2008. He previously served as an executive for Area Agency on Aging 1B in Southfield, Michigan. He has decades of experience in senior issues and services and wellness initiatives. He holds a BS degree from Wayne State University and a MS degree from the American University in Washington, D.C.