LifeSpire of Virginia, which operates the Culpeper retirement community, recently named Tiffany Flora as the organization’s corporate controller.
In this role, Flora leads LifeSpire’s accounting team and is responsible for all aspects of accounting information, production, compliance and management pertaining to LifeSpire and its affiliates.
In addition, she monitors and manages the company’s cash position and its nonprofit Foundation’s business affairs and serves as a valued accounting and financial consultant to LifeSpire’s senior leadership and communities.
“We are pleased to welcome Tiffany to this position. We appreciate the depth of healthcare and nonprofit management experience she brings to the organization,” said Chris Markwith, LifeSpire’s recently appointed chief financial officer. Markwith succeeds Joe Kelley, who is retiring.
Flora has more than 20 years’ experience in progressive leadership roles in accounting and finance with a concentration in healthcare and nonprofit organizations, including Aetna Medicaid, Kissito Healthcare and Interim Healthcare.
Flora also previously worked as controller for The Forest at Duke, a continuing care retirement community in Durham, North Carolina.
Flora holds a bachelor’s of business administration from James Madison University. She lives in the Richmond area.
LifeSpire of Virginia operates four continuing care retirement communities in Virginia: The Chesapeake in Newport News, The Culpeper in Culpeper, The Glebe in Daleville and Lakewood in Richmond along with Lakewood at Home, a continuing care without walls membership program in the greater Richmond area.