Alzheimer’s Network Announces New Executive Director
Naomi Tillery perfect fit to expand services and awareness
Salem, OR – The Alzheimer’s Network is proud to announce its new executive director, Naomi Tillery. Tillery has been part of the Alzheimer’s Network organization since 2011, where she began as a full-time volunteer before being hired as the fund development and communications coordinator. After a brief hiatus to develop her skills in hospice and memory care, Tillery rejoined the organization as a board member in 2016 and as the director of community outreach in 2017.
“I am proud to announce that Naomi Tillery will be spearheading the implementation of our strategic steps to expand our services and increase the amount of people will serve as the Executive Director,” David Rheinholdt, president of the board of directors, said.
Tillery will lead implementation strategies to expand the organization’s services and community awareness.
About Alzheimer’s Network: The Alzheimer’s Network (AlzNet) is a local, non-profit in Salem, Oregon. The organization was founded in 2003 by local business members with a mission to provide compassionate support, education and outreach to meet the individual needs of those impacted by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.