Williamsburg Landing CEO Announces Retirement

February 9, 2024

Greg Storer, President & Chief Executive Officer of Williamsburg Landing, the premier non-profit Life Plan Community in Williamsburg, has announced his retirement, effective December 31, 2024. The Board of Directors are forming a search committee and will retain an executive search firm for his successor.

Greg joined Williamsburg Landing in 2016 and has been instrumental in the community’s success and growth. His ability to identify emerging needs and respond accordingly has resulted in the expansion of Independent Living housing, the area’s first medical model for Adult Day Services, and the opening of Namaste, the Commonwealth’s first program specifically designed for advanced stages of dementia. Under Greg’s leadership, Williamsburg Landing achieved the A.V. Powell Seal that designates a client’s actuarial results in the top tier among peers. “I am continuously humbled for the opportunity to lead such a wonderful community. The support I have received from the Board of Directors, the ability to work with some of the brightest people in the industry, and the privilege to serve amazing residents has been extremely rewarding.” states Storer.

Greg has had an illustrious career in senior services over the past 43 years. Prior to Williamsburg Landing, he served as the President of Skilled Care Pharmacy, one of the largest independent pharmacies in the Midwest, as Vice President of Eliza Jennings Senior Care Network, and as the Chief Operating Officer of Heather Hill Hospital. Greg currently serves as Chairman of the LeadingAge Virginia Board of Directors and is a member of their Middle Market Housing Cabinet. Additionally, he has served on several local boards including Hospice House of Williamsburg, James City County Workforce Housing Task Force, and Chesapeake Bank’s Advisory Board.

“The imprint that Greg leaves on Williamsburg Landing will be long lasting. We are fortunate to have him and appreciate his commitment to support a new leader through this transition” states Jeanne Zeidler, Chair of the Williamsburg Landing Board of Directors.