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Integral Senior Living Shuffles National and Executive Roles
Integral Senior Living has added Shana Robertson and Amanda Crawley to its executive team.
Robertson was promoted to the role of national divisional operations specialist for Solstice Senior Living. She previously was a senior executive director at The Pointe at Lifespring Senior Living, a senior community managed by Integral Senior Living (ISL) in Knoxville, Tennessee.
In the new role based out of Knoxville, Robertson will travel between communities to help with program development, team-building, leadership recruitment and training.
As part of the staff shuffle, Crawley was promoted to executive director of The Pointe at Lifespring, where she previously worked in the role of senior business office director.
Solstice Senior Living is a national joint venture between ISL and NorthStar Healthcare Income launched in 32 independent living communities across the U.S. last year.
HumanGood Hires Executive Directors for Phoenix and Las Vegas Communities
HumanGood has welcomed two new executive directors at two of its communities in Phoenix and Las Vegas.
Jaime Roberts is the new executive director of the Terraces of Phoenix, and Kim Fuson is now executive director of Las Ventanas in Las Vegas.
Before joining HumanGood, Roberts worked as the executive director of La Loma Village, a Sun Health community in Arizona. Fuson, meanwhile, was the senior director of long-term care and critical access with the Maui Health System in Hawaii.
Both bring roughly two decades of health care and management experience to their new roles.
Erickson Living CCRC Names New Director of Finance
Oak Crest, an Erickson Living continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Parkville, Maryland, has promoted Colleen Stafford to Director of Finance.
In her new role, Stafford will supervise strategic financial management and budgeting for the 2,100-resident community and its 1,100 employees.
Stafford first joined Erickson Living as a senior internal auditor in 2011, and then transitioned to the role of senior financial analyst. Since 2017, she worked as assistant finance director at Charlestown, one of Erickson Living’s sister communities.
Wingate Names Dining Services Director for Massachusetts Community
The Senior Living Campus at Norton, a Wingate Healthcare community in Norton, Massachusetts, recently appointed Jennifer Gallagher as its new dining services director.
Gallagher arrived at Wingate after about two decades in culinary arts and food service management, particularly in senior care settings.
Prior to joining Wingate, Gallagher served as a food and nutrition services director for St. Clare Home and Luby’s Culinary Services.
Cadence Living Hires Corporate Sales Specialist
Cadence Living has welcomed Lisa Bernard as the company’s new corporate sales specialist.
In her new role,Bernard will provide dedicated sales management, strategy and community outreach training for Cadence’s senior housing portfolio.
Bernard has more than 15 years of senior housing sales and marketing experience, and has spent time working for Pathway Senior Living, Brookdale and American Orchards.
CARF International Names Managing Director of Aging Services
CARF surveyor and former member of CARF’s Board of Trustees Jed Johnson is the new managing director of aging services for CARF International, effective Oct. 24.
In the managing director role, Johnson will oversee one of CARF’s most quickly changing accreditation areas, and aid the organization as it aims to enhance outcomes and commit to ongoing quality improvement. CARF produces a standards manual specifically for CCRCs, and the organization’s financial advisory panel manages projects focused on financial-strength best practices in the aging services field.
Before joining CARF, Johnson spent 18 years at Easterseals, where he recently served as vice president of national programs.
Lancaster Pollard Expands Territory for Western Bankers
Lancaster Pollard is expanding the territory for two of its vice presidents, Grant Goodman and Rob McAdams.
Goodman, who is based in the firm’s San Francisco office, will now also work as the lead health care banker for clients in Oregon and Washington, expanding his current territory outside of Northern California. McAdams, who is based in Lancaster Pollard’s Denver office, will now act as the lead health care banker for clients in Nevada, expanding his current territory of Colorado, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming.
Lancaster Pollard is owned by ORIX Corporation USA, which is a division of the international financial services group ORIX Corporation.
Written by Tim Regan