Ms. Lisa Legeer

I work in healthcare consulting for DHG Healthcare, the national healthcare practice of Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP. My focus is in the area of post-acute care. I’m originally from Virginia but currently live in Jacksonville, FL. I am a member of Riverside Avenue Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).

Why did you say "yes" to the NBA Board of Trustees?

Through my church, I got involved with two NBA-sponsored senior housing communities here in Jacksonville. After serving on the boards of those communities for a few years, I jumped at the chance to be involved with the NBA as it evolves its mission into the future. I’m grateful to honor the NBA’s legacy as well, as to be a part of creating communities of compassion and care. 

The NBA's vision statement is "creating communities of compassion and care." What does that mean to you?

My passion is in caring for the needs of our elderly, so I’m particularly interested and engaged in the work we’re doing to serve adults aged 65 and older. I’m excited to be a part of the NBA as we work in partnership with a variety of organizations to serve the needs of our elders in the areas of hunger and food security, access to medical care and transportation, and pastoral care.


NBA Board of Trustees Meets in St. Louis

June 30, 2015

Members of the Board of Trustees for the National Benevolent Association of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) met together June 4-6 in St. Louis for their first in-person meeting of 2015.

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