Acts Legacy Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Jane Hunter Young to its board of directors. The Acts Legacy Foundation is a non-profit charitable supporting foundation that oversees the stewardship of charity care programs of Acts Retirement-Life Communities, Inc. Collectively, the Acts communities and its affiliates are home to approximately 10,000 residents.

“Jane brings a wealth of leadership experience both within Acts and the senior living industry, and now the unique perspective as an Acts resident, that will benefit our governance team as we help the organization continue to grow and flourish through the philanthropic support of our mission,” said Acts Legacy Foundation Board Chair Marvin Mashner.

Ms. Young’s career in the long-term care industry spans more than 35 years, serving in numerous administration and clinical leadership roles. She retired from Acts in 2015 following a 29-year career with the organization where served as Executive Director at Lima Estates, an Acts community in Media, PA. Prior to that she served in administrative leadership roles for two  Skilled Nursing Homes in Delaware County, PA. Ms. Young and her husband Tom moved to Acts’ Granite Farms Estates community in  2019.  She is a licensed nursing home administrator and holds a bachelor’s degree from Susquehanna University in psychology/sociology.