Kallimos Board of Directors

Dr. Bill Thomas – Chief Innovation Officer
Dr. Bill Thomas is a physician, professor, entrepreneur, playwright, and performer whose wide-ranging work explores the terrain of human aging. His dedication to culture change and innovations for well-being led the Wall Street Journal to highlight Dr. Thomas as one of the nation’s “top 10 innovators” changing the future of retirement in America. Dr. Thomas began his career in the field in the early 1990’s when he co-founded The Eden Alternative. In the early 2000’s he launched The Green House Project which Provider Magazine called the “pinnacle of culture change.”

Nancy Fox – Chairman/CEO
Nancy Fox has spent the past 30 years of her career dedicated to transforming eldercare.  She has worked in close association with Dr. Bill Thomas, as he has sought to transform the culture of aging and the care continuum around the world.  Her passion has been in “operationalizing” many of Dr. Thomas’ visions, serving as the first executive director of The Eden Alternative, and project director for the first Green House® model replication in Colorado.

Megan Marama

Megan Marama – Chief Operating Officer
Megan Marama is a licensed nursing home administrator with a history of driving innovation through operational redesign. She enjoys exploring new ideas and bringing them to life by developing empowered teams, growing leadership deep in her organizations and unleashing the creative energy and spirit of each individual. She specializes in creating warm, supportive cultures that lead to high productivity, employee growth and development and robust fiscal outcomes.

Jeff Jerebker – Chief Wisdom Officer
Jeff Jerebker is a blogger, author and elder care influencer.  He embodies critical thinking, analysis, and the principle of healthy dialectics. For 32 years he was a nationally recognized leader in long term care as the president of Piñon Management, a nursing home management company.  Piñon introduced the first psycho/social model of care in Colorado in 1984, twelve years before a national person-centered care movement had its birth.

Nancy Schwalm – Board Member
Nancy brings recognized leadership in long term care services and support including roles in state government and the private sector serving older adults and individuals living with disabilities. She has served as Social Worker, Case Manager, Administrator, Operations Director, corporate Business Development, and Consultant for skilled nursing, assisted living and community-based healthcare and housing communities. Her nonprofit Board leadership includes serving as Chairperson for the Colorado Culture Change Coalition, Boulder County Aging Services Foundation, Lafayette Senior Advisory Board and Hover Senior Living Community.

Dave Kolbet – Board Member
Dave has been involved in senior living housing and health care for the last 10 years with Colorado based management companies.  As a former auditor of 7 years and working with several large Fortune 500 companies for 6 years, Dave brings a blend of forecasting/planning/budgeting, accounts payable and cash management, and pure accounting roles into his focus with Kallimos.  Dave is a CPA in the states of Washington and Colorado.

Bryan Stacy – Board Member
After beating testicular cancer in 2012, Bryan developed a passion for advocating on behalf of more accessible healthcare. He left his 13-year career at Accenture to start a digital health company focused on infectious disease. In 2021, his father-in-law suffered a massive stroke, and he got another front-row seat to the complexity and failures of the US healthcare system. Shortly thereafter, he exited his company and joined ATI Advisory as their COO to continue his journey on solving healthcare’s messiest problems. Bryan works with payers, providers, and non-profits to design the future of healthcare that is proactive, heart centered, efficient, and responsive to the needs of all individuals, regardless of age, background, or ability.

Becca Dittrich – Board Member
Becca Dittrich has built her career focused on the design, development, and implementation of systems that create healthy individuals and communities. She received her JD from Georgetown Law and MPH from Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, where she focused on health policy solutions at the intersection of legal and regulatory change, social innovation, and private-public partnership. Early in her career, she practiced healthcare regulatory law at Reed Smith and served as a consultant at ATI Advisory, working across the spectrum of corporations (senior living, digital health, DME, home care), foundations, and nonprofits to advise on issues related to Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, innovative payment models, and the provision of HCBS.  She currently works at Chobani as the VP of Impact, where she leads the company’s efforts to build community wellness and combat hunger.