Dallas-based Presbyterian Communities and Services, a senior continuing care and retirement community organization, has named Tim Mallad as its new CEO. He replaces Godwin Dixon, who recently retired.
As CEO, Mallad will be responsible for the entities PC&S owns, including Presbyterian Village North, Grace Presbyterian Village, Faith Presbyterian Hospice, and the T. Boone Pickens Hospice and Palliative care center. He will also lead the PC&S Foundation.
Mallad most recently served as president of PC&S, working on strategy, management, and organization for senior living experience. He has 30 years of experience in this sector, having also worked at Irving-based Greystone Communities as vice president, leading the company’s development and operations. Mallard earned his bachelor’s degree at Wayne State University.
Philip Wentworth, chairman of the board of trustees at PC&S, said in a statement: “I am continuously impressed by [Mallad]’s genuine passion for our mission and ability to lead our organization in the right direction. [He] … is focused on enriching the lives of seniors, making a meaningful difference and providing exemplary care and support for seniors and their families. We are focused on growth with the expansion of Presbyterian Village North, the opening of the T. Boone Pickens Hospice and Palliative Care Center, and the master plan which is currently underway at Grace Presbyterian Village … I believe together with Tim we will expand our mission even further by growing our organization.”