Alzheimer’s Community Care Welcomes Kevin Wrenne as Interim President and CEO
Kevin Wrenne, a military veteran and former law enforcement officer who has three decades in leadership and management, is interim president and CEO of Alzheimer’s Community Care.
Wrenne was appointed to the position by the Board of Directors while a Task Force works to recruit and secure a new president and CEO. Wrenne has served as a member of the board at Alzheimer’s Community Care for 10 years, during which he guided the success of the organization. In 2022, Alzheimer’s Community Care marked 25 years of service to families of South Florida. In the last quarter of a century, Alzheimer’s Community Care has expanded to 12 day care centers, where teams are trained to provide dignified and compassionate care for Floridians living with Alzheimer’s. The organization has also expanded its services to include ID locator service, family nurse consultants, education, advocacy and a 24-hour crisis line.
Wrenne succeeds Mary Barnes in the role of president and CEO. Barnes was the organization’s first CEO and, after more than 25 years of selfless work and dedication to the beloved organization she was instrumental in creating, she retired earlier this year.