Timothy J. Crowley and Daniel J. Gahl join Council on Aging Board of Trustees
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
|Timothy J. Crowley
The Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio is pleased to announce Timothy J. Crowley and Daniel J. Gahl as new members of its Board of Trustees.
Mr. Crowley brings to Council on Aging expertise and experience from a 37-year career as a hospital senior executive, most recently at The Christ Hospital in Cincinnati where served as executive director of network development followed by executive director of the hospital’s geriatric line. Prior to The Christ Hospital, he served as president and chief executive officer of Clinton Memorial Hospital in Wilmington.
Mr. Gahl brings more than 40 years of experience in medical group management and medical systems development. He recently served more than 14 years at University of Cincinnati Physicians, Inc. where he worked as chief executive officer and chief operating officer. While at the university, he concurrently held the title of associate dean at the College of Medicine.
|Daniel J. Gahl
“It is a great benefit to the agency any time we can add the leadership, vision and experience in the healthcare industry that Mr. Crowley and Mr. Gahl have to offer,” said Suzanne Burke, chief executive officer, Council on Aging of
Southwestern Ohio. “We look forward to working with them to meet the needs of the aging and people with disabilities throughout the region.”
The Council on Aging Board of Trustees sets policy and provides oversight and leadership for the organization in broad categories including agency mission, goals, priorities, executive performance, and financial management.
In addition, four of the five counties in the COA service area have Elderly Services Programs that are funded by county tax levies. COA administers these programs via contracts with county commissioners in Butler, Clinton, Hamilton and Warren counties. Each county program is served by an advisory council.