About Senior Housing News
Senior Housing News (SHN) is the leading source for news and information covering the senior housing industry.
With a national reach of over 30,000 professionals that includes senior housing operators, developers, banking institutions, real estate investment trusts, private equity, and service providers catering to the industry.
SHN provides a cutting edge and targeted platform unlike any other publication, giving you the opportunity to reach decision makers every day.
If you would like to contact SHN with suggestions, comments, corrections, errors, or new company announcements, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tim has several years of experience as a reporter for many publications throughout Chicago and Washington, D.C. Before arriving at Senior Housing News, he covered crime, restaurants and the occasional oddity for a neighborhood news website in the nation’s capitol. Tim also has experience writing about the U.S. housing market and the building supply chain.
When he’s not working, you might find Tim roaming around the Chicago neighborhood of Ravenswood in search of a cold beer or a comically large slice of pizza.
A Chicagoan since Day 1, Erik is one of those rare White Sox fans who grew up on the North Side. Baseball allegiances aside, Erik graduated from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign with a degree in journalism. While in Chambana, he was a reporter covering Illini basketball and football. Prior to joining SHN, Erik was a copywriter specializing in finance and banking. Outside of work, Erik enjoys running, reading Game of Thrones theories, heading to the movies, keeping up with the newest technology trends and drinking coffee.
A Midwest gal, Amy joins Senior Housing News from the Chicago suburb of Kenilworth. She holds a B.A. in Poetry and Political Science from Eckerd College in sunny St. Petersburg, Florida, where she was a member of Eckerd’s Varsity Sailing Team. Prior to reporting with the SHN team, Amy worked as a marketing writer in the finance industry and as a music and theater journalist for LA Splash Magazine. She now resides on Chicago’s North side and sails on Lake Michigan when it is not frozen over.
Mary Kate grew up in a western suburb of Chicago before heading to the University of Notre Dame, where she studied English and American Studies. Before joining Senior Housing News, she suppressed her germophobia and spent a year writing about infectious diseases for a small company north of Chicago. In her spare time, she likes watching weird movies, trying new coffee, marathoning House Hunters and eating breakfast food.
Tim comes to Senior Housing News with expertise in the sector, having spent two years reporting on the long-term and post-acute care industries. A Wisconsin native, he attended Northwestern University. An interest in creative writing led him to a fiction writing fellowship in New York City and ultimately to graduate school at Washington University in St. Louis. While living in Missouri, he began to do business writing for a Fortune 1000 company. After returning to Chicago, he worked first as a marketing and news writer–working with diverse clients in fields such as travel, technology and law–and then entered the world of business-to-business journalism.
On nice days, he’s probably on the tennis courts in Andersonville, the Chicago neighborhood he calls home. On rainy days, he’s probably on the indoor tennis courts close to the Senior Housing News offices.
George is the primary business contact for Senior Housing News (SHN) and it’s parent, Aging Media. George has been a speaker and moderator on various panels and interviews for senior housing topics in print, on the web and television. Mr. Yedinak has extensive expertise and practical experience in banking & financial services, housing, government policy and technology.
After growing up in the western suburbs of Chicago, John headed for Texas to attend college at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. After school, he returned to Chicago and gained experience selling loans to Wall Street, the GSE’s, and other investors. During that time he also learned the wholesale business by working with brokers and other lenders prior to the bank being sold.
He serves as the President of Aging Media Network, the parent company of Senior Housing News, Home Health Care News, and Reverse Mortgage Daily, and over sees the daily operations of each company.
He has been invited to speak and serve on panels at conferences all over the world, including events hosted by the Mortgage Bankers Association, European Financial Marketing Association, National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association, Inbound, Hubspot’s Publishing Summit, and more.
Liz brings several years of experience reporting on an array of topics including (but not limited to) industrial metals and small business. Since graduating from Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism where she earned a masters in magazine publishing, Liz has edited many custom magazines and websites for businesses and associations. A Boston native, Liz graduated from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, where she later became a local expert as Baltimore magazine’s calendar editor.
Liz also volunteers for EGBOK Mission, a charity that trains and educates young adults so they are prepared to work in the worldwide hospitality industry. She can also be found exploring the city and its ever-growing restaurant scene.
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