Messenger-Inquirer (Wednesday, October 23, 2019)
Eric Scharf, Wendell Foster CEO, has accepted a seat on the American Network of Community Options and Resources board of directors.
He is one of two Kentuckians serving on the national board. The other is Jason Squires, COO of Cedar Lake in Louisville.
The ANCOR Foundation is dedicated to expanding the commitment and capacity of providers and communities dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with disabilities.
In February, Wendell Foster announced that Scharf had been appointed as the chairman of LeadingAge’s Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Committee representing Kentucky.
LeadingAge is the premier trade organization for individuals who reside and receive supports via nonprofit church, proprietary and government-sponsored nursing, retirement and health-care facilities, assisted living, housing and service programs for the elderly and the disabled.