RALEIGH, N.C. — K4Connect, a seniors housing technology company based in Raleigh, has elected Terri Novak to the company’s Board of Directors.
The other members of the board include Ben Yu, managing director at Sierra Ventures, and Steve Lux, managing director of Stonehenge Growth Equity Partners, as well as K4Connect co-founders F. Scott Moody and Jonathan Gould.
Novak brings over 30 years of management experience in a variety of service industries, including over 24 years in senior housing. For the past 18 years, Novak served as the chief operating officer at Kisco Senior Living where she was responsible for the management of all of Kisco Senior Living’s 22 senior living communities across seven states. Under her leadership, Kisco expanded from 1,160 to over 4,500 residential. Novak continues to serve Kisco in her retirement as the chief strategy and innovation officer, and works with senior management to help further grow the company.
Prior to Kisco Senior Living, Novak served as the vice president of operations at the Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America, an operator of 18 CCRCs throughout Kansas and Missouri.
Novak earned her associate’s degree in healthcare administration, bachelor’s degree in human resources management, and M.B.A. from Friends University.