CRISTA CARDILLO Chief Development Offi cer

Connected Living

CRISTA CARDILLO has been involved in the operations, oversight, and corporate strategy of several senior living providers across the U.S. She has had experience in every facet of the senior living industry and continues to bring positive change, growth, and revenue to keep these communities sustainable. She has consulted with large senior living organizations on growth and operations strat- egy and has been a part of multiple acquisitions as a C-Suite executive. Her professional initiatives include expertise in hospice, home health, private duty nursing, assisted living, independent living, and skilled nursing. Her current company, Connected Living, provides easy-to-use technology solu- tions for seniors and their families. Cardillo is a cancer survivor who has made it her life mission to give back to the health care commu-

nity. She dedicates her time to bringing meaningful engagement to residents, families, and caregivers. Along with her family, she spent holidays serving meals and spending time with residents in the skilled nursing facility where her mother was director of nursing. She continues to put residents fi rst in both her work and volunteer activities with seniors.

ADAM CLARK has shown outstanding leadership skills both as an administrator and a home offi ce em- ployee throughout his 15+ years with Aegis. He was one of the youngest general managers to open a building in the company’s history. In his current role he revitalized many of the company’s outdated paper-based systems, using innovative workfl ow management and automated tools to streamline high touch point processes. After spending much of his youth volunteering at Leisure Care and Sunrise Senior Living, Clark

found that senior living was in his blood. He worked briefl y for Microsoft before joining Aegis, where he quickly rose from staffi ng director to administrator. Clark’s background in senior living combined with his experience in the tech industry gives him a unique view into how both worlds can join to create a better work experience for associates and a cutting-edge living experience for residents. He has consulted with a variety of organizations in the U.S. and abroad to develop workfl ows and adapt technologies to fi t the needs of senior housing. Clark currently serves on the board of Aegis Living and has served on the awards board of Eastside

Serving Seniors. He has also been a guest lecturer at the University of Washington and Washington State University.

ADAM CLARK VP of Growth Strategies Aegis Living

JOSHUA CRISP is the founder and CEO of Solinity, a Knoxville-based company that directs devel- opment, management, and marketing of senior living communities. As both an owner/developer and third-party manager, Solinity aims to reshape the senior care industry by providing aff ordable multigenerational communities built to the needs of the local populations they are meant to serve. In an early role as director of operations at Trinity Care Senior Living, Crisp led the company to

JOSHUA CRISP Founder & CEO Solinity

diversify their development model into third-party management by creating a unique boutique-style platform that enabled the company to weather the economic downturn of 2008. The boutique concept continues to inform his work at Solinity. Crisp was appointed by Gov. Bill Haslam (Tenn.) to the Board for Licensing Health Care Facilities and

has been reappointed for an additional term serving through 2021, where he chairs the Assisted Care Living Facility standing committee. In addition, he launched and cohosts a podcast, Bridge The Gap, designed to inform, educate, and infl uence the senior housing industry. Crisp also founded and his com- pany manages the nonprofi t organization, Pedal for Alzheimer’s, Ltd., as their charitable contribution in spreading awareness and raising funds to support research, education, and care.


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