Frasier Announces Leadership Changes
BOULDER, CO–Frasier, a senior living community in Boulder, recently announced changes to its executive leadership team. Nikki Lewis has been promoted to chief financial officer, and David Slack joins Frasier as senior vice president for strategic initiatives.
Nikki Lewis started with Frasier in 1999 and has extensive experience in finance, risk management, investor relations, strategic planning and financial reporting. Her expertise has secured extreme financial strength to the organization’s $23+ million operations budget.
Prior to her CFO appointment, Lewis served as vp for business development and controller. She earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Regis University and is an alumna of the 2016 Novare Leadership Academy.
David Slack, as a principal at Aging Research Institute (ARI), has been a longtime Frasier consultant and advisor on Frasier’s master planned projects. Slack will oversee the financial forecasts and projections of Frasier’s current and future expansion and redevelopment projects. He will continue to do consulting work with ARI.
Prior to joining ARI, Slack was svp at Lancaster Pollard, a national investment banking firm. He has held CEO, CFO, and COO positions in the continuing care retirement community (CCRC) arena, and has been a licensed general securities representative.
With more than 30 years of experience with nonprofit CCRCs, he brings a wealth of knowledge to Frasier. Slack graduated from the University of Kansas with a bachelor’s degree with an emphasis on business and chemistry.
As Frasier moves into the future with significant construction, development and program plans, the experience, ability and drive that Lewis and Slack possess, will help to ensure Frasier’s continued financial health and wellbeing.