The Alliance’s Board of Directors has appointed Jacob Krilovich as Executive Director of the Alliance.
Boston, MA – The Board of Directors of the Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts has appointed Jacob Krilovich as Executive Director of the Alliance, effective January 3, 2022. Krilovich, a resident of Jamaica Plain, was previously Director of Legislative and Public Affairs for the Alliance. He succeeds Patricia Kelleher, who retired on December 31, 2021, after serving as Executive Director of the Alliance for 26 years.
Prior to joining the Alliance in 2017, Krilovich was Director of Advocacy for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater New England Chapter, Waltham, MA. Before that, he served as Government Relations Manager for ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer in Washington, D.C. Earlier in his career, Krilovich was a Legislative Intern for State Senator Karen Spilka and former U.S. Representative Tim Walz. Krilovich holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Alliance Board President Deborah Costello, who is also Chief Operating Officer at Beth Israel Lahey Health at Home, Beverly, noted, “A Search Committee of board members conducted a national search over the past months, and selected Jake based on his in-depth knowledge of the home care industry and his insights into the critical issues facing the Alliance and our provider agency members in the coming years.”
In accepting the position, Krilovich said, “Our health care delivery system is shifting rapidly, and home and community-based services will be at the center of that transition. I am grateful for the trust and confidence the Alliance’s Board of Directors is placing in me to lead the organization into this critical juncture for our industry and membership.”
About the Home Care Alliance:
With a mission to unite people and organizations to advance community health through care and services in the home, the Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts is a non-profit trade association and advocacy group providing representation, education, communication, advocacy and – ultimately – a voice for the state’s home health industry. Founded in 1969, the Alliance has grown to represent more than 170 home care and home health agencies across the state. For more information, visit www.thinkhomecare.org.