Senior Concerns announces two new Board of Directors members

Senior Concerns announces two new members to its Board of Directors. Barbara Billig (left) and Barbara Cornwall (right) have both recently joined the Board and are active on the organization’s Fundraising Committee.

Barbara Billig is a partner in and is the Chief Financial Officer of Clearview Investments, Inc. She has worked as a teacher, has owned restaurants, and has written and published three fiction books and one non-fiction book. She has extensive experience serving as a Board member with other nonprofit organizations, event planning, and public relations and marketing. Barbara resides in Westlake Village with her husband, Edward, who owns Calabasas Builders.

Barbara Cornwall, Chief Financial Officer and Co-Owner of Cornwall Security Services, has also joined Senior Concerns’ Board of Directors. In addition to serving on Senior Concerns’ Board, Barbara is active with the Rotary Club of Thousand Oaks and is President of the Thousand Oaks Police Charitable Foundation. She and her husband, Russell, live in Westlake Village.

“Both Barbara Billig and Barbara Cornwall bring a significant amount of experience, drive and enthusiasm to Senior Concerns’ Board of Directors,” said Patricia Jones, Chairman of the Board. “We look forward to working with them to help ensure Senior Concerns can meet the needs of our growing senior and family caregiver populations.”

Senior Concerns is a Thousand Oaks-based private, non-profit organization dedicated to serving seniors young and old, caregivers and families by offering a wide-range of services, programs and resources, including a professionally managed Adult Day Program, Meals on Wheels, Caregiver Support Center, free legal, financial, advocacy and care management services, support groups and community education and training. Senior Concerns also operates the Bargain Boutique & Thrift Shop and hosts two major fundraisers—the Love Run and the Ultimate Dining Experience—and receives invaluable community support from more than 800 volunteers.

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