Marta Hill Gray Is The New Executive Director Of Culpepper Garden

July 1 was the first day for Marta Hill Gray as the new Executive Director of Culpepper Garden, Arlington’s largest low-income senior living facility. She came from her home business into the world of coronavirus rules and restrictions. Culpepper Garden had gone into lockdown on March 9. “When I walked into Culpepper Garden the first day, it felt very organized and systematic.”

Marta Hill Gray

According to the Arlington Connection, “Gray says she has always been interested in aging, and her grandparents raised her. She adds she is about to become a grandparent herself “so I’m turning into an aging person; these are my people.” She says she will be working on business development and market expansion. “I love a good cause.” She says she wants “to tell the story of this place, to let people know a place like this exists. These people have contributed their whole lives.” She says, “I am never afraid to ask for dollars if I’m going to speak on behalf of people.”

As per Arlington Connection, “Culpepper Garden has both independent livings subsidized in part by Federal Housing and Development (HUD) funds as well as 73 assisted living apartments. They began a major renovation in April 2018 to upgrade all apartment interiors and public spaces, replace all major systems and add six apartments. The renovation was slowed down by the coronavirus pandemic, and Gray says they have a ways to go but have made pretty good progress.”

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