AAHomecare CEO to Step Down, Replacement TBD
The American Association for Homecare announced last week that current President and CEO Tyler Wilson would be leaving the company in September.
AAHomecare’s Executive Committee and Wilson mutually agreed that the association would be moving forward with a new president and CEO once Wilson’s contract expires in September.
“It has been a privilege to serve the Association for six years as president and CEO,” said Wilson. “The true value of homecare has never been stronger and I thank the hundreds of members, state leaders, volunteers and staff who comprise the leading home care association in the country.”
A search committee consisting of members of the association’s Executive Committee has been named to conduct a nationwide search to find Wilson’s replacement.
While the the search is underway, Wilson will retain his current position until mid-September and continue to actively lead the association in its current operations, AAHomecare announced.
“Tyler led the Association through one of the most challenging periods in the history of the industry by steadying it, reaching out to organizations with similar interests, strengthening the Association’s financial position and increasing its focus on the numerous challenges in Washington,” said Joel D. Marx, AAHomecare volunteer board chairman.
The Executive Committee is led by former AAHomecare Board Chairman A.J. Filippis, the current president of Michigan-based Wright & Filippis.
AAHomecare urges qualified candidates interested in applying for the president/CEO position to contact Filippis through AAHomecare’s Washington, D.C.-based office.
Written by Jason Oliva