The InnovAge Foundation recently added Parrish Boren and Steve Travers, CRS to its Board of Directors. Boren is the president and shareholder of Marx/Okubo Associates, Inc., a national construction and development consulting firm, and Travers is a broker with the Kentwood Company.
“On behalf of the InnovAge Foundation, I am proud to welcome Mr. Boren and Mr. Travers to our Board of Directors,” said Leslie Karotkin, executive director of the InnovAge Foundation. “Both of these men are distinguished leaders and bring valuable business experience and community involvement to their new role as Foundation Board members.”
Boren and Travers join the relatively new InnovAge Foundation Board of Directors, founded in 2008, in helping to raise support and awareness for the programs of InnovAge. The InnovAge Foundation Board of Directors consists of Board Chair, Greg Ibsen, and members Marco Chayet, Elenora Brown Crichlaw, Dave Keanini, Pam Miller and Ben Zapanta. As InnovAge Foundation Board members, these leaders are helping to shape the fundraising efforts that support InnovAge, a fast growing nonprofit that provides a wide array of services to support the aging population in Colorado, New Mexico and soon in California.
The InnovAge Foundation is a nonprofit organization that channels community support and funding to sustain and enhance the independence and quality of life on their terms for those we serve. The Foundation supports the programs of InnovAge, serving more than 26,000 seniors annually. InnovAge provides a full spectrum of services to enable older adults to live independently in their homes and communities. InnovAge offers home care services, healthcare and day programs, care management and memory loss programs. For more information about InnovAge and the InnovAge Foundation, please visit www.MyInnovAge.org or call 1-888-992-4464.