ANNAPOLIS, Md. — In a surprise move, the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC) has appointed Raymond Braun, a former board member and previous chair of NIC, as president and CEO.
He replaces Brian Jurutka, who took the position in 2017 and will remain as a senior advisor to NIC. The reason for Jurutka relinquishing his post was not disclosed.
Braun most recently served as dean of the Allen W. and Carol M. Schmidthorst College of Business at Bowling Green State University.
“Brian guided NIC during a challenging time when the pandemic dramatically impacted the senior living sector,” says Kurt Read, the chair of NIC’s board. “He led the successful acquisition of Vision LTC and the subsequent launch of NIC MAP Vision as the premier data company serving the senior housing and care sector. We are grateful for his service.”
In addition to the deanship he held for 10 years, Braun has previously worked as an attorney, CEO of a public company specializing in medical office buildings, and president of a healthcare real estate investment trust.
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