Community Homes of Lebanon County (CHLC) has announced that Jane Keller has been hired as its new Director of Resident Services.
Keller is a Lebanon County native and currently resides in Lancaster.
Community Homes of Lebanon County is a nonprofit organization that provides and manages affordable housing properties for older residents and disabled persons.
CHLC currently operates six apartment buildings in Lebanon County with a total of 285 apartments. CHLC locations include: Willow Terrace, Poplar Terrace, Hill Terrace, Maple Terrace, and Oak Terrace in Lebanon, and Tulpehocken Terrace in Myerstown.
Keller earned a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Eastern University in St. Davids, PA and has extensive experience in advocacy, networking, community service, and leadership. Her new position will not be in property management, but will focus on the residents of those properties.
“The residential services team is an important resource in providing, to include, but not limited to, encouragement, wellness, safety, social opportunities, and referrals to more than one hundred human service organizations available within Lebanon County,” said Charles Rush, CEO of CHLC.
“These services enhance the resident’s wellbeing and confidence that their issues are upheld and communicated to bring resolution. Feedback for residential services has been and continues to be very positive.”
“I have always enjoyed spending time with older adults and I am excited to begin this new venture with Community Homes,” Keller said in a release.
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