FALLBROOK – The Foundation for Senior Care recently voted to bring Robert Wright to its board of directors. Wright was formerly the president of the Foundation from 2005 to 2009.
“Bob brings his previous experience with the board and financial expertise to the Foundation board,” said Bob Franz, president of the Foundation’s board of directors. “We are pleased to welcome Bob back and look forward to his future contributions to the organization.”
Wright is the president and founder of TPG, Inc. (The Paradigm Group). TPG is a healthcare Information Access Consulting (IAC) group that focuses in DSS, EIS and productivity systems.
He has 40 years experience working with healthcare and Fortune 100 companies in strategic planning, design, development, and implementation of systems. His expertise is in strategy and innovation consulting. He also has a strong background in decision support, productivity, marketing and training systems.
Wright and his wife, Gloria, have been in Fallbrook since 2001. They have strong ties to the community and are proponents of continuous giving to programs that support the elderly, animal welfare, and conservation.
The Foundation’s board of directors also includes Martha Choi, Douglas Clements MD, Allen Cook, Bob Franz, Bob Halibozek, Tom Koehler, Bonnie Lentz, Mike McReynolds, Rev. Dr. Bradley Resare, Jack Rockwell, and Roger Shaver. They serve without compensation and donate hundreds of hours to help with the foundation’s programs and services.
The Foundation for Senior Care offers support to local residents with their health and aging challenges reaching out to the community through its four programs – the well-known Care Van, Senior Care Advocacy, Senior/Adult Day Care Center and the Senior Care Computer Learning Center.
To learn more about the Foundation for Senior Care’s services and programs, call executive director Dotty Metcalf at (760) 723-7570 Ext. 104.