“The transformation from our humble beginnings, providing food and shelter to underserved African American elders, at the home of Eliza Simmons Bryant, to our full-service campus providing healthcare, programs and services along the continuum of care for aging adults and their caregivers continues,” said Danny R. Williams, JD, MNO, LNHA, President & Chief Executive Officer of Eliza Bryant Village. “While much has changed since our founding in 1896, our dedication to serving all of our elderly with dignity and respect remains a catalyst for our strategic growth.”
“The success of Eliza Bryant Village over the past century is the result of the dedication of board members, staff and community partners that continues today,” said Danielle Sydnor, Board Chair of Eliza Bryant Village. “As the number of aging adults in need of service continues to grow, we are ready to take on new opportunities that will allow us to meet the needs of this evolving generation that we have the privilege to serve.”
(pictured above) Rufus Heard (left), Board Treasurer, with Brenda York, Past Board Chair and current Board Member, and Danny R. Williams, JD, MNO, LNHA (right) President and CEO of Eliza Bryant Village accepted the 2018 Business Longevity Award on August 9, 2018.