“Our mission is to be a leader in providing services for older adults and their families while fostering a strong sense of community where everyone is known by name and every voice is heard and valued.”
As an accredited not-for-profit organization, Roland Park Place is supported by a highly involved group of dedicated volunteer board members who contribute a diverse mix of experiences from a variety of professions. All are committed to quality improvement and to furthering Roland Park Place’s mission.
Of the 17 available board member positions, two are reserved for Roland Park Place Residents. Resident board members and other Residents may serve on key Board committees to help carry out the Board’s functions.
The Board of Directors is focused on governance, fiduciary responsibility, strategic direction, the quality of care and services provided at Roland Park Place, community relations, and civic involvement.