TimeSlips Hires New COO to Catalyze the Creative Care Revolution
Passionate Nonprofit Leader Brings 14-Years’ Experience to Long-Term Care
[Milwaukee, WI] — TimeSlips, an evidence-based, award-winning nonprofit reshaping long-term care by infusing creativity into relationships and systems, announces Kate Britton as Chief Operating Officer. Britton has 14 years of experience in nonprofit leadership including establishing meaningful partnerships, raising funds, and building creative momentum on local, national, and global levels. Britton succeeds Elaine Maly in the position.
“Elaine really helped put solid ground beneath our feet,” says Anne Basting, CEO & Founder of TimeSlips. “Kate joins us to build on that foundation and take us to the next level – nothing short of reaching a tipping point of bringing meaning and purpose into the lives of every older adult.”
Britton’s devotion to nonprofit work was fostered at the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship and Discovery Creek Children’s Museum. She is excited to share her enthusiasm and experience with TimeSlips. “I’m thrilled to be joining the talented team at TimeSlips, says Britton, “the vision of bringing meaning, joy, and purpose to elders is an effort close to my heart.”
For more information on the creative care revolution and TimeSlips team, visit the TimeSlips website at www.timeslips.org.