The Foundation at Burcham Hills names new board members
The Foundation at Burcham Hills has named Carol Giacoletto of East Lansing and Heather Gilkey of East Lansing to The Foundation at Burcham Hills board. They will develop funding opportunities to augment Burcham’s continuum of care services.
Giacoletto is former vice president and senior relationship manager with JPMorgan Chase Bank in Lansing. She was appointed by Gov. Rick Snyder to the Michigan Board of Counseling and served on the University of Michigan’s Board of Governors of the Martha Cook Building. She earned an economics degree at University of Michigan and is a high honors graduate of the National Graduate Trust School of Northwestern University and the American Bankers Association.
Gilkey is an attorney in estate planning, business and real estate law. She was a member of the legal team that worked on the restoration of the Lansing Board of Water and Light power plant. A former law clerk for the Ingham County Friend of the Court and Michigan Supreme Court, Judicial Institute, she earned an English degree at Madonna University and a law degree from Michigan State University College of Law. She is a member of the Junior League of Lansing.
Founded in 1974, Burcham Hills®, a not-for-profit, Life Plan Community, offers quality independent living, assisted living and memory care in The Resident Center at Burcham Hills, and short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing care in The Center for Health & Rehabilitation at Burcham Hills. Burcham Hills also offers onsite physical, occupational and speech therapy to the public in The Outpatient Therapy Clinic at Burcham Hills. The Foundation at Burcham Hills, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3), was incorporated in 1998 and accepts tax-deductible contributions from corporations, businesses and individuals.