NSC Hires Executive Team


Today, National Senior Campuses, Inc. (NSC) Board of Directors, governing body to the largest portfolio of continuing care retirement communities in the United States, hired Scott Sawicki as Executive Director and Dan Tyler as Finance Director to lead NSC’s next chapter of strategic growth initiatives. Both Sawicki and Tyler have tenured careers at NSC’s management company, Erickson Living.

NSC is responsible for governance and oversight of 16 Erickson Living-managed communities in 9 states. In partnership with Erickson Living, they work to ensure that the 22,000 residents of these communities enjoy exceptional value and opportunities.

Scott Sawicki will assume his role as the governing board’s executive director on March 1. “I am thrilled to lead NSC and help fulfill our mission of creating a home for life for as many seniors as possible,” says Sawicki. “I have worked alongside NSC for the last 15 years while at Erickson Living. I am confident that, together, we can enhance the lives of residents and employees and expand our ability to serve many more seniors in the coming decades. I am particularly interested in providing affordable senior housing options in unserved or underserved communities. I believe all seniors, regardless of where they came from or their financial means, should have the opportunity to live in a home of belonging, peace of mind, love and acceptance.”

On March 1, Dan Tyler will also join the NSC team as Finance Director. “For the last eight years, I have been a part of Erickson Living, most recently serving as Director of Financial Planning and Analysis. This experience has positioned me to provide similar expertise to NSC. I look forward to supporting various activities related to our mission and in accordance with the joint venture agreement formed between NSC and Erickson Living in 2020. With such a strong financial platform in place, I am excited to help the Board achieve our strategic initiatives, balancing mission and performance.”

Michelle Bohreer, Chair of NSC, is equally delighted about this next chapter of governance and growth for NSC. “We are enthusiastic to welcome two seasoned senior housing executives into our organization. Scott and Dan will help us execute on our vision of celebrating aging, while maintaining our focus on inclusion, innovation, and advocacy. We look forward to leveraging our strong financial foundation and governance model for the benefit of seniors and those that support them.”

Scott and Dan will join Diane Rotolo, who is currently Operations Director for National Senior Campuses.

About NSC:

National Senior Campuses, Inc., is a not-for-profit organization committed to providing affordable housing, healthcare and other related services to middle-income seniors. NSC is a “Supporting Organization” that provides governance oversight, supervision and strategic planning for numerous continuing care retirement communities across the United States developed and managed by Erickson Living. NSC’s support includes oversight of operating policies, management performance and consolidated functions such as finance, human resources, compliance, legal, and audit.

About Scott:

Scott was hired from Erickson Living, where he served as a Senior Director for Corporate Affairs and a member of the Senior Leadership Team (SLT). He was responsible for managing federal, state, and local government and community affairs across the country. In addition to the traditional government affairs role, his portfolio also included serving on the Enterprise Emergency Business Continuity (EEBC) team and Corporate Communications team, as well as leading the development advocacy team, responsible for gaining political and public support for zoning and entitlement approvals. He also sits on the Montgomery County workgroup for affordable housing in service rich environments to help advise and guide public policy proposals and initiatives.

Prior to joining the Corporate Affairs team for Erickson Living, Scott began his career in the United States Senate before working for several other organizations including a prominent Washington lobbying firm. Scott earned a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from the George Washington University and a Master’s in Aging Services (MAgS) from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He also recently graduated from the Leadership Fairfax Institute (LFI), class of 2019. He is a husband and father of two boys.

About Dan:

Dan was hired from Erickson Living, where he served as Finance Director for Business Strategy and Development. He was responsible for overseeing the Financial Modeling and New Development group, whose responsibilities include the development of project budgets and proposed valuations for new acquisition and growth opportunities. He provided support to the Corporate Treasury through negotiation and closings of recent financing transactions. He also oversaw the Pre-Construction group, whose responsibilities include the development of in-house bid analysis and construction cost estimates. He was the recipient of the 2015 Erickson Leader of the Year award.

Prior to joining Erickson Living, Dan worked for a prominent Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) in Washington, DC. He was responsible for developing project budgets and valuations for commercial lease transactions in both the private and federal government sectors. After earning his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from Boston University, he began his career working for a civil litigation law firm in Boston, MA. He earned his MBA from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. He is a husband and proud father of a daughter.

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