LifeStream Names President/CEO

LifeStream Services’ Board of Directors is pleased to name Jenny Hamilton as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the organization effective July 1, 2018. Hamilton has been serving as the Interim President/CEO and has been with LifeStream since 1999. She started as an in-home Care Manager and has been the Vice President of Home and Community Based Services since 2013.

Ami Huffman, Director of Jay County Community Development, serves as the President of LifeStream Services Board of Directors. Huffman states that “after conducting a thorough President and Chief Executive Officer search I am pleased that the process led to the conclusion that the best candidate for the job has been right here at LifeStream for nearly 20 years. Jenny Hamilton is a clear reflection of LifeStream’s mission and values, and she has proven to be a leader in various roles throughout her career. The LifeStream Board of Directors is confident that Mrs. Hamilton is ready to lead our organization into the future by continuing to serve seniors and those with disabilities throughout our twelve East Central Indiana counties.”

Hamilton and her family are residents of Delaware County and she has a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Ball State University and a Master’s in Business Administration from Anderson University. She has been overseeing multiple programs and services for several years including care management, transportation, in-home care, Senior Café sites, home-delivered meals, guardianships, caregiver support, home modifications, information and assistance, community events, volunteer opportunities and more.

“I am excited to have this opportunity to continue the great work LifeStream Services does for our communities.” Hamilton commented. “I came to LifeStream to make a difference in the lives of those we serve.  I am proud of the impact we have had on people and the community partnerships we have developed over the years.  I look forward to leading the agency as we continue to fulfill our mission to improve the quality of life for those at risk of losing their independence.”