Movers & Shakers: Emerald Communities, Monticello Asset Management

Stone Steps Up to Director Role for Emerald Communities

Gig Harbor, Washington-based Emerald Communities has appointed Tonya Stone as director of nursing for Penrose Harbor, the onsite health center for its Heron’s Key community.

Stone will oversee the nursing services programs, as well as the development of individual plans of care to meet residents’ needs.

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Prior to joining the company, Stone was director of nursing services of a skilled nursing and assisted living community in Poulsbo, Washington. Her previous experience includes serving as administrator of an assisted living and memory community in Bremerton, Washington, where was responsible for the leadership and management of the operational and clinical aspects of the community.

Stone holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Olympic College, and is expected to receive her master’s degree in nursing from Western Governor’s University in spring 2018.

Monticello Welcomes 18-Year Banking Veteran to Team

New York-based investment management firm Monticello Asset Management, LLC has added banking veteran Tami Antebi to its business team as director of investor relations. 

In this newly developed role, Antebi will oversee the relationship management and development of the firm’s investor pool, as well as assist in the asset management and commercial loan underwriting process for senior housing and health care real estate assets.

Antebi brings 18 years of industry experience to her role for Monticello, previously serving as vice president and relationship manager at Bank Kapoalim for seven years, focusing on general middle market and health care finance. She also held a 10-year tenure at J.P. Morgan Chase as a senior underwriter. 

Antebi holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and marketing from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business.

Jacob Appointed Associate Executive Director of The Buckingham

Houston-based senior living community The Buckingham has named Phillip Jacob associate executive director. Darrell Sheaffer, executive director of The Buckingham, made the appointment.

Jacob began his career at The Buckingham six years ago as health care administrator, bringing with him nearly 20 years of experience in the hospitality and health care industries. 

Toomey Appointed Executive Chef at Fox Run

Culinary veteran Steven Toomey has been added to the dining team as executive chef of the Ascot Restaurant at Fox Run, and Erickson Living Community in Novi, Michigan.

Toomey possesses a degree in culinary arts from Johnson and Wales University in Charlotte, North Carolina. 

Upon graduating, he worked at the 1913 Room in the Amway Grand Hotel in Grand Rapids.

Since joining the team at Fox Run, Toomey has already debuted his first menu as part of the community’s new signature dining program.

Stasinos Steps Up to Managing Director Post for Cindat Capital Management 

Los Angeles-based Cindat Capital Management has appointed John Stasinos as managing director, focusing on the firm’s health care real estate practice area. 

Prior to joining the team, Stasinos served as executive vice president-international at HCP, Inc. for 13 years, where he led in the sourcing and asset management of the company’s $1 billion portfolio in the UK.

Stasinos holds an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business; was a Fulbright scholar; and also possesses an undergraduate degree in economics and history from Stanford University.

Genacross Lutheran Services Appoints Stoll as Executive Director for Wolf Creek Campus

Toledo, Ohio-based Genacross Lutheran Services has appointed Gabe Stoll as executive director of its Wolf Creek campus, a CCRC located in Holland, Ohio.

In his new role, Stoll will oversee the community’s day-to-day operations, community outreach and business development. 

Stoll has held numerous leadership roles in the senior care industry, most recently serving as executive director of Genacross Lutheran Services’ Sandusky Campus. Prior to this post, he served as associate executive director at the Wolf Creek Campus, where he initially served as director of human resources.

Stoll is a state-licensed nursing home administrator. He holds a bachelor’s degree in health care administration from Bowling Green State University.

Geyser Assumes Vice President Role for Maplewood Senior Living

Westport, Connecticut-based Maplewood Senior Living has named Brian Geyser, APRN-BC, MSN, vice president of clinical innovation and population health. 

In his new role, he will be in charged with establishing a governance model that will drive new care delivery models, clinical solutions, technology innovations and health strategy initiatives to improve resident experience and outcomes.

Written by Carlo Calma

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