LifeSpire of Virginia elects new trustee


By Ann Lovell

Matthew Scott

Richmond, Virginia—LifeSpire of Virginia is pleased to announce the election of J. Matthew Scott as the newest member of LifeSpire’s Board of Trustees. Scott was elected at the trustee’s quarterly meeting, March 7, at Lakewood, a LifeSpire continuing care retirement community in Richmond’s west end.

Scott is currently the executive director for business development and strategy for MCV Physicians (MCVP) in Richmond. MCVP is a tax-exempt faculty practice plan organized to support the teaching and medical education missions of Virginia Commonwealth University’s (VCU) School of Medicine. As executive director of business development and strategy, Scott coordinates strategies, business development and outreach plans, physician recruitment, and marketing functions.

“We are pleased to welcome Mr. Scott to the board of LifeSpire,” said Jonathan Cook, president and CEO. “His background in business development and health strategies is a welcome asset as we seek to expand LifeSpire’s mission and focus on wellness, hospitality and dining.”

Scott holds a master’s in health administration from VCU and a bachelor’s in economics from Brigham Young University. He and his wife, Allyson, reside in the Richmond area. They have four children.


Ann Lovell is Corporate Director of Communications for LifeSpire of Virginia. For more information, email or call (804) 521-9192.

LifeSpire of Virginia operates four continuing care retirement communities in Virginia: The Chesapeake in Newport News, The Culpeper in Culpeper, The Glebe in Daleville and Lakewood in Richmond.