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Carrie VanDerzee named new executive director of Covington Ladies Home;

Carrie VanDerzee has been selected as the Executive Director of the Covington Ladies Home.

She replaces Janet Borton, who held the position for six years prior to her retirement.

In her position, VanDerzee’s responsibilities will include managing daily operations, providing leadership to the staff, maintaining personal contact with the residents, promoting the home with prospective residents, and acting as the liaison with community leaders.

Carrie VanDerzee

VanDerzee has long supported non-profit organizations throughout Greater Cincinnati. She most recently served as the Development Director of One Way Farm Children’s Home in Fairfield. She is the Ohio State President of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, was past chairperson of the Nutcracker Luncheon for the Cincinnati Ballet and has been an active volunteer with the Junior League of Cincinnati, the Kidney Foundation of Greater Cincinnati, and the Cincinnati Woman’s Club, among other organizations.

She is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and Mariemont High School.

“We are thrilled to have hired Carrie and are confident of her ability to lead the Covington Ladies Home at this critical time in our history as we develop our strategic and operational plans to address the special challenges of personal care facilities in the 21st century,” Board Chairman Becky Jones said.

Founded in 1886, the Covington Ladies Home exclusively serves senior women, regardless of their economic circumstances, by providing high quality personal care in a community-based and homelike environment.

For more information about the home, call the home at 859.431.6913 or visit our website at covingtonladieshome.org.

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