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Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission takes over management of three senior centers

Hires new program director

COVINGTON, Ky. (March 31, 2016) — The Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission (NKCAC) will now manage three senior centers formerly operated by Senior Services of Northern Kentucky. NKCAC was awarded a contract from the NKY Area Development District to manage the day-to-day operations as well as the strategic direction of senior centers located in Elsmere, Ludlow and Williamstown.

Rhonda Chisenhall
Rhonda Chisenhall

The centers will continue to provide meal and nutrition programs, information assistance, health and wellness programs, social and recreational activities, and educational opportunities. In addition, NKCAC will focus on volunteer and civic engagement opportunities which connect seniors to their communities in positive, productive ways while also improving the physical condition of the centers and the equipment available at each location.

“Our vision is to raise the level of impact we are having on lives of the seniors who attend the centers as well as the communities in which the centers are located,” said Florence Tandy, executive director of NKCAC.

Rhonda Chisenhall has been hired as NKCAC’s senior centers program director, overseeing the Ludlow, Elsmere and Williamstown locations. She has extensive experience in marketing, community engagement, volunteer management and development. She comes to NKCAC after a 23 year career with the American Cancer Society where she held positions in fundraising, state-wide development, marketing and training.

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