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Kindred at Home’s Selece Beasley Named ‘One of Most Powerful Women in Corporate America’ by Black Enterprise Magazine


Picture of Selece Beasley ATLANTA, GA (February 27, 2019) – Selece Beasley, Chief Compliance Officer at Kindred at Home, was honored in the February edition of Black Enterprise Magazine as “One of the Most Powerful Women in Corporate America.” The listing celebrates highly successful African American women in leadership roles at major U.S. corporations.

Beasley leads Kindred at Home’s efforts to oversee the Company’s compliance with applicable laws and regulations. She is responsible for the development and implementation of the Company’s Compliance Program and strategizing with leadership to avoid compliance risks. She has more than 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry, with nearly 20 of those at Kindred. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Howard University and her Juris Doctorate from North Carolina Central University. Her background as an RN and extensive legal and compliance expertise have served her well in her current role, as well as her previous roles as Kindred at Home’s Chief Clinical Officer and prior to that, Divisional Vice President, Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Risk Management. In addition to her commitment to home health care, Selece has been an involved member and leader of the Delta Sigma Theta sorority for over thirty years.

“Making Black Enterprises’ ‘Most Powerful Women in Corporate America’ list is a well-deserved recognition for Selece,” stated David Causby, President and CEO of Kindred at Home. “Her leadership and expertise have helped us grow to be the largest home health provider in the nation without sacrificing the personal, quality care we consistently deliver to our patients in their homes. For almost 20 years, Selece has served us with unparalleled dedication and excellence.”

“I’m honored to be on a list with so many outstanding achievers, and especially proud that by recognizing me and my role at Kindred at Home, Black Enterprise sees the valuable work we do to bring quality, compassionate healthcare to where people want it most, in their homes,” said Beasley. “I love what I do and I’m grateful to be recognized for my accomplishments.”


About Kindred at Home

Kindred at Home, the nation’s largest provider of home health and hospice services, delivers compassionate, high-quality care to patients through offerings that include skilled nursing, physical, occupational, speech and neurorehabilitation services, social work, nutrition, disease management education, hospice care, help with daily living activities and other therapies and services. For more information, visit www.kindredathome.com