At PMMA, service starts at the top. Our mission is to provide quality services guided by Christian values, and each of us promises to live out this mission every day.
As a not-for-profit organization operating 17 retirement communities in Kansas and Missouri, PMMA’s board of trustees is comprised of community and business leaders from the two states. In addition to their general governing responsibility, the volunteer trustees provide input about the needs of seniors, approve corporate policies and help with fundraising. Trustees also may serve in an advisory capacity with individual communities.
Executive directors lead the operations of PMMA’s individual communities. In addition to the day-to-day activities, their responsibilities include community relations, fundraising, planning for future needs and working with each community’s advisory council.