Notary Bulletin Healthcare Section Advisor: David Kyllo By Kelle Clarke on May 17, 2012 in NNA News This month, the NNA’s Healthcare Section reported on the importance of maintaining professionalism in the midst of an emotional health situation, the lessons Notaries in all professions can take from the recent National Mortgage Settlement, and the ways in which Notaries in the healthcare field can avoid misconduct. To deliver this level of industry-specific information to Notaries, the NNA has developed a distinguished Advisory Panel for each of its six Professional Sections. In this Advisor Spotlight, we introduce you to Healthcare Section Advisor David Kyllo. As Executive Director of the National Center For Assisted Living (NCAL), David Kyllo leads the NCAL’s advocacy efforts and is instrumental in directing the Center’s educational programming and publications. Kyllo’s experience working in government relations spans nearly three decades, including two White House Administrations and involvement with multiple steering committees focused on assisted living. Kyllo was a member of the Assisted Living Workgroup (ALW) and contributed to the 2003A Report to the U.S. Senate Special Committee On Aging from the Assisted Living Workgroup. Shortly thereafter, several organizations represented in the ALW joined to form the Center for Excellence in Assisted Living (CEAL), dedicated to creating resources and providing quality improvements and innovations for assisted living facilities. Kyllo’s commitment to improving long-term care facilities has led him to serve as an advocate, an educator, and a mentor in the healthcare industry for over 26 years. The NNA is proud to have him serve as a Section Advisor to the NNA’s Healthcare Sectionpublication, providing valuable guidance and expertise on a number of critical issues facing Notaries working in the Healthcare sector. Kelle Clarke is a Contributing Editor with the National Notary Association. Email Share Leave a Comment Required * Name * Email *(for verfication purposes only) Comment * Enter the text shown in this image *(text is case sensitive)All comments are reviewed and if approved, will display.