Franke Tobey Jones, a not-for-profit senior living community in Tacoma, has named Judy Dunn as its new CEO.
Dunn, who has more than 25 years of accounting and not-for-profit management experience, has been serving as interim CEO for the past year. In addition to accounting and administration, Dunn manages the information technology and support services functions. Her past and present community and civic activities include LeadingAge Washington, the YWCA Pierce County, The Fund for Women and Girls, Annie Wright School, and the Tacoma Farmers Market.
The company also announced that Bob Beckham will remain in his role as COO, which he has held since last fall.
Beckham has more than 15 years of experience in operations management and leadership. He was vice president of operations for Sound Options for six years before coming the Franke Tobey Jones. Sound Options provides in-home care and care management services to seniors and other vulnerable adults in the community. Previously, he worked 11 years for a 250-bed Phase 1 clinical research unit managing laboratory and clinical operations. Prior to that, he worked for the University of Washington and VA Hospital coordinating Alzheimer’s research. He volunteers in a variety of community organizations including Relay for Life, Healthcare Providers Council of Pierce County, and the Multicare Institutional Review Board.