Natick, Mass. – (March 25, 2016) – Natick Visiting Nurse Association (Natick VNA), the area’s premier free-standing, not-for-profit home health care agency, today announced that the following people have been appointed to its Board of Trustees: Amy Wood Schelleng of Natick and David Allen, CRPC, CLTC, of Newton.
Schelling is a Senior Systems and Test Engineer for Dedham-based General Dynamics. Her previous Board positions include the Natick Drama Workshop and Sound & Spirit, also in Natick. Schelleng holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Economics from St. Anselm College. She and her husband live in Natick and have three children.
“My mother received services years ago from Natick VNA,” Schelleng said. “It has a great reputation, and the clinicians are always there when you need them. I am honored to give my time and talent to this wonderful not-for-profit organization,” she added.
David Allen, CRPC®, CLTC is a private wealth Advisor and the owner of Balance Wealth Advisors, a financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. in Wellesley, MA and Fall River, MA.
Allen was part of the Ameriprise Diamond Ring Club in 2005, has received the Ameriprise Chairman’s Advisory Council award multiple years; was part of the Ameriprise Hall of Fame in 2013; Ameriprise Circle of Success, 1996-2014; and was most recently awarded Five Star Wealth Manager. Allen holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from University of Vermont.
“By donating our time and resources to Natick VNA, we are able to make a difference in the lives of families in our own communities,” Allen said. “My team and I are very proud to support and volunteer for Natick VNA.”
Natick VNA is located at 209 West Central Street, Suite 313, Natick, Mass., 01760. For additional information or call 508-653-3081.
About Natick Visiting Nurse Association: Natick VNA, which serves more than 20 towns in MetroWest, is the area’s premier free-standing, not-for-profit home health care agency. The Natick VNA helps patients of all ages live with the fullest degree of independence in their own homes, while benefiting from the agency’s state-of-the-art home telemonitoring technology, ComfortCare palliative care program, cold laser therapy, and other advanced services.
Amy Wood Schelleng