CEO transition announced at National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care
The National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care announced that Robert Kramer will transition to the role of founder and strategic advisor effective July 17, as part of a planned succession. Brian Jurutka, NIC’s president for the past two years, will add CEO duties to his current responsibilities.
The CEO transition was approved late last fall by the NIC board of directors.
Kramer served as the CEO for 27 years. He will continue working full-time for NIC. He will focus on building relationships with diverse sectors including health care, developing program content, and advising on specific research initiatives.
Jurutka is a U.S. Naval Academy graduate and former nuclear submarine officer with more than two decades of experience in data analytics, operations, and business development. He is now charged with evolving NIC’s services to meet the needs of investors and operators in a changing environment—for example, the closer and more deliberate integration of non-real estate based services, including healthcare with housing. He intends to diversify data analytics and research products NIC offers, expand the scope of NIC conferences to generate added value among more constituencies, and expand NIC’s educational content delivery platform.
NIC is a catalyst for transparency in seniors housing and care by providing platforms for education and connections. NIC collects and reports data from seniors housing and care properties throughout the country through its NIC MAP® Data Service, the most comprehensive source available with more than 10 years of historical data on key performance metrics. NIC’s two annual events—the NIC Fall Conference and the NIC Spring Investment Forum—are the premier networking opportunities in the seniors housing and care industry.