Andrew Boozer named Executive Director of Senior Resources

Andrew Boozer has been named Executive Director of Senior Resources. He will begin in the position August 1, replacing Pam Dukes, who is retiring after more than six years at the agency. Boozer comes to Senior Resources from Epworth Children’s Home, where he has been Vice President of Development and Communications since 2013.

“Senior Resources is about more than just supplying food, helping at home, and promoting active living.  We strive to give older adults fulfilling and vibrant lives.  Our work provides opportunities for resources and relationships to grow and continue to create a community that honors and serves our neighbors,” Boozer said.

Prior to coming to Epworth Children’s Home, Boozer worked as director of communications and the Enrollment Services Center at Lenoir-Rhyne University/Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, as a customer service representative at FB Johnson Graphics, and as the expo coordinator for the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce.

“Andrew has life-long connections to the Midlands and a successful track record for non-profit development work,” said Board of Directors President Todd Timmons. “We’re excited to have him join our team and we’re looking forward to continuing our work to serve the seniors of Richland County under his leadership.”

Boozer, a Clemson graduate, and his wife Lindsay have two sons and a baby daughter due this summer. The family, with their golden retriever Lady, enjoys being outdoors, especially on camping trips to South Carolina state parks.


About Senior Resources, Inc.

Senior Resources is a non-profit organization that coordinates services, provides resources and encourages the personal choices that allow Columbia’s senior citizens to remain independent.  All activities, services and programs of the agency are geared toward promoting independent living, with the goal of helping seniors remain in their homes as long as possible through the support of staff and volunteers, and delaying or preventing the need for institutionalized care.