in assisted living facilities by educating consumers
and increasing industry accountability
Chrisy Selder holds a Master of Science degree in Gerontology from San Diego State University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics/International Trade and Finance from Louisiana State University. She also holds a current RCFE Administrator’s Certificate and an SDSU Grant Writing Certification.
She is well-versed in the role of and issues related to the RCFE Ombudsman as a result of her internship and volunteer experience with San Diego County’s Aging and Independence Services agency - Office of the Ombudsman. Her scholarship and credentials are augmented by her hands-on employment experiences inside several RCFEs.
Chris Murphy holds a Master of Science degree in Gerontology from San Diego State University, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts from CSU Long Beach, and a Master of Science degree in Acquisition Management from West Coast University. She has 30+ years experience as a Contracts Manager, skilled in contract and agreement negotiations, proposal pricing, program execution, and document drafting.
In 2001, she placed her mother in a local assisted living facility; the experiences of both her mother and herself were the genesis of her interest in, and passion for residential care advocacy. Since 2007, she holds a RCFE Administrator's Certificate.
Her thesis work was documented in "An Exposition of Irregularities in Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFEs) in San Diego and Imperial Counties," (Montezuma Publishing, SDSU, 2010), based on original research conducted on the public files of 354 RCFEs located in San Diego and Imperial counties. The link will take you to the manuscript at SDSU's Digital Research Collection.
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