United Church Homes-The Polaris Community Welcomes Bowyer, Babcock to Leadership Team
United Church Homes-The Polaris Community, based in Columbus, Ohio, recently welcomed Kim Bowyer and Christy Babcock to its leadership team.
Kim Bowyer, Polaris’ new executive director, will overseeing day-to-day operations for the community.
“Kim brings a wealth of knowledge to the organization with more than thirty years’ experience in healthcare. She is passionate about customer service and treating people with respect and dignity,” said Sean Riley, United Church Homes’ director of healthcare.
Bowyer said she looks forward to building the strong relationships and partnerships necessary to help Polaris Community thrive. “I am thrilled to be part of the team!” she said. “I look forward helping older adults in the Columbus-area live their best life.”
Babcock began her new role as Polaris’ sales counselor in early January. She will help individuals find an apartment that best suits their active lifestyle within the confines of their budget. With more than 10 years in the hospitality industry, Babcock enjoys helping people live every day to their fullest. “I have a passion helping people live the life they’ve always dreamed of,” she said.
Acquired by United Church Homes in July 2021, the independent senior living community for individuals 55 and older has 136 one- and two-bedroom apartments. The community is United Church Homes’ (UCH) first senior independent living community in central Ohio with a unique menu of services focusing on community, connection, and wellbeing.
UCH also operates three other communities in central Ohio: Columbus Colony for Elderly Care in Westerville, Canal Village and David’s Way in Canal Winchester, and St. Michael’s Community in Delaware.
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