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Seabury Resources for Aging© Announces the Appointment of Three New Board Members

New Board Members bring senior living, healthcare, and affordable housing expertise to the Board of Directors.

Washington, DC. Seabury announces today the appointment of three new members to the Board of Directors. This brings the number of board members to 23.

New Board Members Michael Bochnovic, Megan Robertson, and Sharon Sellers each bring valued experience to the Board. Bochnovic understands how to support Board and Executive leadership and has a background in federal funding for housing. Robertson is a Senior Counsel at Epstein, Becker, & Green focused on healthcare. Sellars brings over 25 years of experience leading a variety of aging care providers in the District.

Left to right: Michael Bochnovic, Sharon Sellars, Megan Robertson

“Seabury’s success is largely due to the very talented people we are able to attract in our staff and our Board” says Craig McCullough, President of the Board. “I am excited to continue that pattern with the incredibly talented new Board members from a broad spectrum of experience and background.”

Bochnovic serves as the Chief of Staff at Independent Sector, providing operational and strategic support to the CEO, Board, senior leadership, and national stakeholders. Robertson is a healthcare and life sciences attorney with eight years of experience in the sector. Sellars is currently the Assistant Director of the Sibley Senior Association, having previously served as the Executive Director of several senior living communities in the DC region.

“For over 30 years, I have personally witnessed the compassion and expertise of Seabury’s Care Managers,” says Sellars. “Seabury has a rich history of serving the greater Washington, DC community with services and programs for older adults and family caregivers and I am blessed to be joining such a dedicated and talented team.”

About Seabury Resources for Aging

Seabury Resources for Aging is a 100 year old organization serving caregivers and older adults in the Washington, DC region. Seabury serves over 6,000 people a year addressing the needs of affordable housing, food insecurity, and social isolation among our region’s elders.

Media Contact:

Greg Rockwell

Managing Director of Advancement

(202) 849-8082


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