SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.– The Wesley Community today announced Marie Glotzbach and Jesse Boucher have been appointed to the board of directors of The Wesley Community in Saratoga Springs, NY.

“Both Marie and Jesse bring outstanding expertise and experience to The Wesley Community,” said J. Brian Nealon, CEO of The Wesley Community. “Their talents will be a wonderful addition to our board as we continue to enhance the level of care and services we provide.”

Marie Glotzbach

Marie Glotzbach

Glotzbach brings a wealth of experience to The Wesley Community board. A theater educator for more than 40 years in five states, Glotzbach, a Skidmore College theater lecturer the past 13 years, serves on the Skidmore Cares executive committee and the Leadership Saratoga advisory board. She has served on numerous boards throughout Saratoga County and has been recognized for her community service, mentorship, and commitment to the arts.

“I’m honored to join the board of The Wesley Community and look forward to having a positive impact on the lives our residents and clients,” Glotzbach said. “This is a tremendous opportunity to improve the quality of life and well-being of those we serve.”

Jesse Boucher

Jesse Boucher

Like Glotzbach, Boucher joins The Wesley Community board as an extension of his longstanding commitment to Saratoga County. The President of Kodiak Construction for more than 12 years, Boucher is a volunteer project manager for Habitat for Humanity and a board member, and past president, of the Saratoga Builders Association. He has served on numerous local, regional, and state construction industry boards.

“I’m thrilled to join the board of The Wesley Community and to work with my fellow board members on behalf of our residents,” Boucher said. “The Wesley Community has made a commitment to excellence and this opportunity allows me to touch the lives of so many in our community.”

About The Wesley Community

The Wesley Community is a 36-acre, not-for-profit agency in Saratoga Springs, NY, which serves the needs of the elderly, as well as active seniors, adults and pediatrics. Sponsored by United Methodist Health and Housing, Inc., The Wesley Community’s unique continuum of care community provides independent and enriched living for seniors, subsidized independent senior housing, adult day services, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care, as well as outpatient therapies available for people of all ages.

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