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SENIOR LIVING LEADERSHIP


BY ADAM STONE 14 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE MARCH/APRIL 2019


A FOCUS ON WOMEN IN


Women dominate in the senior living workforce. Four out of five professionals who care for seniors are women—and women don’t just work in senior living: They lead. Unlike in the general business world, where the glass ceil-


ing is still very much intact, women hold nearly 70 percent of senior living management jobs. Last fall Argentum launched a new initiative celebrating the contributions women have made to the growth and health of the industry. We continue that celebration with profiles of seven women who have championed senior living. We’ve seen conflicting pulls lately. Even as #MeToo has


thrown a harsh light on the challenges women face, unprec- edented numbers of women politicians also have risen to na- tional prominence. In senior living, meanwhile, many female leaders say they have found their niche in an industry that is generally respectful and supportive. “I’ve not found that there has been any real delineation between males and females in senior living,” said Kelley Skarp, SVP of sales & marketing for


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