Lynette M. Killen
Lynette Killen brings a career of leadership, service and advocacy for older people to Ralston Center, where she became Executive Director in March 2018. Previously she was CEO of Chandler Hall Health Services, a long-term-care residential community and hospice in Newtown, Pa., for 14 years; administrator for geriatrics at Albert Einstein Medical Center, a teaching hospital in Philadelphia, for 11 years; and director or assistant director of social work at two other Philadelphia hospitals. She has consulted in the aging and social services field and advised Trumbower Hospital Foundation on philanthropic matters. Lynette holds three master’s degrees: in social work, from West Virginia University; in business administration, from Widener University; and in aging services, from the University of Baltimore, Erickson School. Among many volunteer governance roles, Lynette has chaired the board of Philadelphia Senior Center and currently chairs the advisory council of the Bucks County Area Agency on Aging.