Invesque Inc., a health-care real estate company, has named Scott White the chairman of the board of directors. White has been the chief executive officer of Invesque since January 2017.
According to the press release, under White’s guidance and leadership as CEO, the company has nearly tripled its asset size since inception.
Invesque also announced that Charles “Chuck” Herman will serve as the lead independent director. Herman brings with him 15 years of experience in various roles at Welltower, Inc. (formerly known as Health Care REIT, Inc.) During his tenure, Herman helped Welltower grow into one of the largest health care REITs. He has previously contributed to several boards of health care focused organizations, including Argentum, National Investment Center (NIC), and American Seniors Housing Association.
Effective immediately Rick Turner, chairman of the board of directors, and Lis Wigmore resigned from the board of directors. The press release says Turner resigned as a result of differences in opinion at the board level regarding the process around determining the composition of the board.
“I truly appreciate all the work and guidance Rick and Lis have contributed in the board room,” White said. “I look forward to joining the board and moving forward to execute on our strategy.”