(L to R) Rachel Slack, David Turk, and Rachel Falbaum.

BOULDER, Colo.— Treehouse Eyes, a leading provider of myopia management services, has announced the addition of three corporate leaders to support the group's rapid growth. Rachel Slack has been appointed to lead training and implementation, Rachel Falbaum will manage design services and David Turk joins the company to lead marketing. Treehouse Eyes is the first company dedicated exclusively to treating childhood myopia. With 20 centers now in 11 states, Treehouse Eyes has both corporate owned flagship centers as well as a licensing model partnering with full scope eye doctor practices.

As an industry veteran with leadership experience at Essilor and Luxottica, Rachel Slack brings a wealth of experience working with optometry practices to launch and implement new services. She was a key part of the Essilor Experts team with a focus on developing training curriculum for optometrists and staff, and ensuring execution of the program for success. Slack will be responsible for working closely with Dr. Gary Gerber to train new licensee partner practices in the Treehouse Eyes model as their expansion accelerates., the announcement said.

Rachel Falbaum has significant experience in commercial design and project management, and will work with licensee practices to implement the Treehouse Eyes design into their practices. She will be the interface between practices and the Treehouse Eyes design team to ensure brand standards are met and create a space where kids and their parents get a premium myopia management experience.

David Turk is an experienced digital marketer with experience in B2C and B2B models across multiple industries on both the client and agency side. His experience includes driving lead generation and investing in consumer communication using the latest digital platforms to drive awareness and interest in products and services. Turk will be responsible for implementing marketing plans across the U.S. to drive consumer interest in myopia management services and ensuring those consumers visit a Treehouse Eyes center.

Treehouse Eyes co-founder and CEO Matt Oerding said, “As Treehouse Eyes moves from 20 locations currently to over 60 in the next year, it is important we bring in highly accomplished leaders to support our expansion. We are committed to partnering with practices around the country that want to provide best in class myopia management treatment, and the additions of Rachel, David and Rachel provide the critical resources we need to accelerate our expansion.”

Doctors interested in learning more about partnering with Treehouse Eyes should visit GrowMyMyopiaPractice.com.