Jackson Creek Senior Living Names Keli Childs Executive Director

Jackson Creek Senior Living Names Keli Childs Executive Director

MONUMENTJackson Creek Senior Living announces that Keli Childs has been named Executive Director. In this role, she will oversee Jackson Creek’s day-to-day operations, ensure quality resident care and well-being, and provide comprehensive leadership in staff development and engagement, goal setting, and long-term revenue growth.

“We are thrilled to have Keli join the team,” said Elizabeth Girling, Vice President of Operations for WellAge Senior Living. “Her outstanding attention to detail, commitment to resident and family satisfaction, and open communication style align perfectly with our organization’s mission and values.”

Childs is a Monument local who has worked in senior living since 2011. Her experience includes sales, acquisitions, executive management, and national operations. She holds a bachelor’s in theater arts with a minor in business and is a certified Administrator in Assisted Living.

About Jackson Creek Senior Living
Located at 16601 Jackson Creek Parkway, Jackson Creek Senior Living was designed to meet the growing need for senior housing and health care in northern El Paso County. It offers independent living, assisted living and memory support residences, with a focus on senior wellness and life enrichment. The community is managed by WellAge Senior Living, a respected senior care management company.

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