The current CEO and president of Loveland Village, Daniela Koci, is leaving her position effective June 30 after taking the top job last year. She succeeded Carl Penxa, who retired in 2016, after running the nonprofit for more than 25 years. During her time with the nonprofit, she bolstered the its mission and supported efforts to open the Nancy Detert Residences at Loveland Village, a 42-unit apartment complex with support services for up to 94 adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The Loveland Village board has formed a search committee, led by the board vice chair, Jim Woods. A formal CEO search process will begin to secure a new leader for the organization.