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Health Care Beth Landry named COO at Caregiver Inc.

Beth Landry named COO at Caregiver Inc.

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Mark Lashley, president and CEO of Caregiver Inc., has named Beth Landry Caregiver’s first Chief Operating Officer (COO). Landry will have operational oversight of each of Caregiver’s four markets: Texas, Tennessee, Ohio and Indiana. All state leaders will report directly to her.

Fort Worth-based Caregiver Inc. is a provider of services to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

“A Caregiver COO is a strong value add to the company,” Lashley said in a news release. “Beth Landry significantly strengthened Caregiver Central Region operations. I look forward to innovative growth across all markets under her leadership.”

Landry has been with Caregiver since January 2019 when she joined the company as Central Region Group President for Tennessee, Indiana and Ohio.

“I am so proud of the work our field teams have done to deliver high-quality services to such a vulnerable population,” Landry said in the announcement. “It’s gratifying to expand services to a growing number of individuals and families.”

Landry holds a bachelor of science in kinesiology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a bachelor of science in physical therapy from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver.

She and her husband, Tom, have a daughter, Laura, who graduated this spring with her doctorate in physical therapy and is now practicing in an outpatient orthopedic setting, and a son, Tanner, an analyst with ORIX in Dallas.

Landry works in Caregiver’s Fort Worth corporate headquarters and lives in Fort Worth and Austin.

Caregiver Inc. is a privately held company with more than 3,500 employees within the headquarters support group and branded affiliates in four states proving a wide range of intermediate, home and community care services to nearly 2,800 individuals who qualify as developmentally or intellectually disabled or are impacted by related conditions.

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