sales and marketing eff orts of the company’s nine Colorado and Utah communities. She has been an executive director, regional di- rector of sales and marketing, regional direc- tor of resident care and director of resident programming.


R.D. Merrill, the parent company of Seattle, Wash.-based Merrill Gardens, was named 2020 Family Business of the Year by the Puget Sound Business Journal. The company was founded as a timber business in the 1890s by Richard Dwight Merrill. Merrill Gardens owns and operates 33 senior communities in eight states and recently expanded its pres- ence in China, the Journal reported.


New Perspective, based in Franklin, Wis., has named Jason Wilson executive director of its New Per- spective | Franklin com- munity, slated to open in spring 2020. He was di-

rector of operations at Luther Manor senior living community in Wauwatosa, Wis., and joined New Perspective in November 2019.


Cleveland, Ohio-based OnShift has named Addi- son Grimes as senior vice president of engineering and Jim Alland as chief sales offi cer. Grimes is a tenured technology exec- utive who was most re- cently chief technology officer at ScheduleSoft. Alland was previously chief advisor for Health- care Solution Market Strategies.

Spectrum Retirement Communities, LLC, based in Denver, Colo., has added John Brad- ley Holcomb, M.D., F.A.C.S. as medical advi- sor. In his role at Spectrum, Dr. Holcomb will be reviewing and providing recommenda- tions and expertise on all resident care poli- cies and procedures and programs. Holcomb is an internationally known trauma and acute care surgeon, a retired U.S. Army Colonel, and has received the Lifetime Achievement Award in Trauma Resuscitation Science from the American Heart Association, the U.S. Special Operations Command Medal, and the Service Award from the American College of Surgery.

Brookdale Leaders Named Most Infl uential

Ventas CEO Honored

Debra A. Cafaro, chairman and CEO of Chi- cago-based Ventas, has

been named one of the 100 Most Infl uential People in Healthcare

by Modern Healthcare Magazine for the fi fth consecutive year and sixth time overall. Ranking at #41, Cafaro joins leaders across the healthcare spectrum including premier health systems and consumer companies. In addition, Ventas has named Carey Shea Roberts as executive vice presi- dent, general counsel, and ethics and compliance offi cer. She succeeds T. Richard Riley, the company's fi rst gen- eral counsel, who recently retired.

Three members of Brentwood, Tenn.- based Brookdale’s board of directors and one former director were named to WomenInc. Magazine’s 2019 Most Infl u- ential Corporate Directors list. Pictured clockwise from top left are Brookdale’s president, CEO and director Lucinda M. Baier, current board members Rita Johnson-Mills and Denise W. Warren, and former director the Honorable Jackie M. Clegg, who are being recognized in the winter 2019 edition of the magazine. Over half of Brookdale’s residents are women and about three-quarters of its associates are women. Brookdale’s stockholders elected Victoria L. Freed to the board in October 2019, as Clegg retired from her seat.

Five Named to Glassdoor's Best Places List

Employment and workplace review company Glassdoor has named several senior living owner/operators and companies prominent in the senior living industry to its Best Places to Work in 2020: Vi, Kronos, CDW, Yardi, and Trilogy Health Services.

Vi, highest on the list at number 26, operates 10 continuing care retirement commu- nities (CCRCs) across the United States. In 2019, Vi was recognized by Great Place to Work and Fortune as one of the Best Workplaces for Aging Services.

Others on the list include: • Kronos Incorporated (#35), based in Lowell, Mass. • CDW (#51), based in Lincolnshire, Ill. • Yardi (#52), based in Santa Barbara, Calif. • Trilogy Health Services (#82), based in Louisville, Ky.

The Glassdoor list is created through employee anonymous reviews and satisfaction ratings.


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