About Boncrest

Boncrest is a not-for-profit organization that operates nationwide, prioritizes programs over profits, and provides a broad range of services, activities and programs for the benefit of diverse populations and communities most in need.

Boncrest is dedicated to charitable operation of its communities in a manner that maximizes reinvestment in programs, services, and people. Boncrest is open to innovative organizational and creative financing structures to accomplish that objective.

Meet Our Leadership Team

Amelia Waller Baker

Director & Corporate Secretary

Amelia Waller Baker, J.D.

Director & Corporate Secretary

Mrs. Baker is an attorney licensed to practice in the State of Georgia who also serves as the Corporate Secretary for Boncrest Resource Group. Mrs. Baker received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University in 1979 and her law degree from the University of Georgia in 1983.

Mrs. Baker has practiced law for forty years in both government and private practice in a wide variety of legal matters. Her government practice included representing the Georgia Department of Revenue, the Georgia Department of Banking, the Georgia Composite Medical Board, the Georgia Board of Nursing and other professional licensing boards in litigation before trial and appellate courts. As a Senior Assistant Attorney General for the State of Georgia, she provided professional licensing boards advice on matters including regulatory compliance, discipline, scope of practice and the application of standards of providing health care services. Mrs. Baker, retired from her position as Senior Assistant Attorney General for the State of Georgia in 2019.

Mrs. Baker has extensive experience working with regulatory boards in the healthcare field and advising boards on regulatory compliance.

Frank E. Corrigan, Jr.

Director

Frank E. Corrigan, Jr.

Board Member

Frank Corrigan has dedicated his 35+ year career as a Wealth Advisor to helping individuals, families and companies in Atlanta and surrounding communities reach their financial goals. He is currently the Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager Director at Morgan Stanley, where he has served for the past 20 years and attained numerous designations and achievements. His areas of expertise include developing and managing equity, fixed income and cash portfolios. Prior to his current role, Mr. Corrigan served in leadership roles at Prudential Securities. He holds a B.A. in Economics and Mathematics from Vanderbilt University as well as an M.B.A. from Georgia State University with a concentration in Finance. As a proud native Atlantan, Mr. Corrigan has been involved in the Atlanta community his entire life, giving his time and resources to many charitable and volunteer organizations. Relying on this experience Mr. Corrigan leads Boncrest’s charitable giving and fundraising efforts.

Maurice Rosenbaum

Director & CEO

Maurice Rosenbaum

Director & CEO

Maurice Rosenbaum’s 30+ years of experience in healthcare technology and operations is reflective of his expertise and dedication to innovation in the healthcare industry. He provides to Boncrest an in-depth understanding of business operations and technology solutions coupled with an ability to drive organizational transformation and strategy. In 1996, Maurice founded HealthSystems and after successfully building this business, he sold the enterprise in 2017. During the 21 years under his leadership, HealthSystems experience significant growth while ensuring that quality, service, training and support were never compromised.

Maurice is known for bringing people of diverse backgrounds together to build relationships, overcome obstacles and achieve strategic goals. He has spent the last 4 years serving as a consultant with AgeTech Atlanta and getting involved with AARP AgeTech Collaborative too. A native Pensacolian, Maurice is a long standing member of the TAG Digital Health Board of Directors, MGMA, and HIMSS. He graduated from Tulane University with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a concentration in Biomedical Engineering and Business.

He is also a strong supporter of the arts and has served for many years on the Board of Directors with Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre since 2009. Maurice is able to leverage his lifetime of experience in healthcare technology and business strategy to lead Boncrest as a Director and it’s CIIO.

Simran Singh M.D., M.B.A.

Director

Simran Singh M.D., M.B.A.

Director & CMO

Boncrest Director Dr. Simran Singh is a Board-certified psychiatrist practicing in Silicon Valley, CA who also serves as the Boncrest Resource Group Medical Director. Dr. Singh completed her psychiatry residency training at Stanford University Hospital in Palo Alto, CA in 2000 and since then has engaged in a strong clinical practice in the San Francisco Bay Area focusing on many important aspects of psychiatric care for adults with a particular focus on gerontology and proper placement of seniors on the continuum of care. Needing to understand the role of behavioral health and wellness in the ever changing health care economy, she enrolled in the Auburn University Harbert College of Business Physicians Executive MBA program and graduated in 2014. Today, in addition to her busy Silicon Valley based practice Dr. Singh has since 2016 been the Medical Director for the Thought Disorders Partial Program at El Camino Hospital’s Mental Health program, a 34 inpatient bed hospital, where she also served as Vice-Chief and Chief of the Department of Psychiatry from 2018 to 2020. Her vast experience in tertiary care emergency psychiatry, psychopharmacology, psychology with special focus on emergency psychiatry, women’s health, and geriatric psychiatry for the last 25 years makes her exceptionally qualified to serve as the Boncrest Resource Group Medical Director.

Thomas William Baker

In Memoriam of Thomas W. Baker

Tom lived an impactful 73 years full of noteworthy accomplishments. He practiced as an attorney for forty years with a specialty in health care business transactions, served as an adjunct professor in Auburn University’s Physician’s MBA program, and most recently founded and served as Chairman and CEO of Boncrest Resource Group, a not-for-profit organization that currently operates five senior living and long-term communities across the United States.

Tom’s Vision for Boncrest:

In a post-pandemic environment, our nation’s healthcare system is undergoing a massive transformation – from shifting payment models, skyrocketing costs, changing government regulations, and massive workforce shortages.

Many healthcare providers who service our most vulnerable citizens, including the elderly, are struggling to adapt and are finding themselves financially unstable and in many cases, unable to keep their doors open. This leaves many citizens without access to the care services they need.

We are here to help those organizations find better, more creative ways to remain financially viable and continue to deliver high-quality care to people who need it the most.

Through the collaboration with tax-exempt, charitable organizations that prioritize programs over profits, Boncrest ensures that these under-served and under-resourced organizations survive, and, in many cases thrive, in today’s challenging healthcare delivery environment.

Boncrest was formed to address the challenges arising from a rapidly changing economy that put a strain on all resources by providing health care items and services as charitable organizations that prioritize programs over profits without fiduciary duty to maximize returns to investors, all for the benefit of the communities we serve. under proven and experienced leadership.

Boncrest is dedicated to embracing financially feasible advanced technology in the operation of its Projects.

Boncrest continuously reviews state of the art technology that can be effectively implemented to enhance our operations and the experience of the individuals who we serve.

For example, Boncrest understands the challenge of effectively using artificial intelligence for the benefit of all of its Projects and individuals served and expects that its AI program will continue to evolve.

Also, for its Senior Living and Long Term Care Projects, Boncrest embraces “AgeTech,” technology designed to meet the unique needs of older individuals and those providing care and shelter. In that regard Boncrest participates in and has been designated as a “Testbed” site by the AARP AgeTech Collaborative. This provides Boncrest with access to the Collaborative’s exclusive network of vetted startups for potential pilot program opportunities and supporting market research in the following categories:

Digital Health and Accessibility

Technology designed to empower older adults to manage their health, wellness, and mobility.

Financial Services

Solutions for individuals who are 50+ to take charge of their future as they work, plan, and save for their long-term financial security.

Social Engagement

Social engagement platforms and technology that transforms the way older individuals connect and thrive as they age.

As an AgeTech Collaborative Testbed site, Boncrest expects to explore and implement solutions to improve quality of care, operate more efficiently, and improve communications between Boncrest associates and community residents and their families.

Boncrest welcomes the opportunity to review and assess technological advances and encourages communication from emerging technology companies about programs and products that support the Boncrest mission.

Boncrest-OPERATED COMMUNITIES

Foxwood Springs
Raymore, Missouri

Robin Run Village
Indianapolis, Indiana

Christian Care Communities
and Services, Texas