HOLLIE KEMP’s journey into Alzheimer’s and dementia care started in 2000 when she joined the care team at a CCRC in her hometown. She worked in several areas of the community including skilled nursing and adult day, eventually fi nding her way to memory care, where she discovered her life’s calling. Following her time at the CCRC, Kemp spent nearly fi ve years advocating, supporting, and training

HOLLIE KEMP Chief Experience Offi cer Watercrest Senior Living Group

on Alzheimer’s and dementia at the Alzheimer’s Association in New York. During her tenure at the Association, her passion grew for impacting the lives of those living with dementia. Since returning to the senior living arena, she has worked in operations and corporate memory care leadership roles. Through her various positions, including two VP roles, she has been recognized as an innovator and leader in memory care. Her programs have impacted thousands of residents, families, and team members and raised hun-

dreds of thousands of dollars for the Alzheimer’s Association. She has served as a global chair for the Alzheimer’s Association’s Longest Day and was a National Walk Team Captain. She views her work as an opportunity to use her God-given gifts to help others.

KARA KHANZADIAN hit the ground running in her pursuit of a career in senior living. She joined Hearth two weeks after graduating from college and became a licensed executive director in the state of Indiana by age 26. In her current role as regional VP of operations, she oversees eight communities in New York and Indiana. She has been a crucial part of Hearth Management’s growth to its current size of 15 communities. Drawing on her breadth of experience, Khanzadian helped create Hearth’s executive director train-

ing process and checklist. She also created the company’s Pre-Opening Tool for new communities. She plays a crucial role in Hearth’s Care Connect Training and contributes to the improvement of Hearth’s trademarked two-day training involving 12 modules of resident-centered and dementia-specifi c tools for care and management. Proving her versatility and eff ectiveness, Khanzadian assisted with community evacuations and staging in place during Hurricanes Irene and Sandy. She also shares her knowledge on local radio shows by off ering information to listeners about navi- gating the world of senior living.

KARA KHANZADIAN Regional VP of Operations– Northeast

Hearth Management

JOSHUA KRULL got his start in senior living as a certifi ed nursing assistant during high school. He joined Atria Senior Living in 2006 and has held several leadership roles with increasing levels of responsibility. His success in every aspect of leadership–earning the highest results in customer sat- isfaction, employee satisfaction, quality scores, and sales–led to him to take on a newly created role as VP operations, chief of staff . He was promoted to senior vice president in 2017. Since joining Atria, Krull has achieved recognition for superior results including achieving the

JOSHUA KRULL Senior Vice President Operations, Chief of Staff Atria Senior Living

highest revenue and highest occupancy in a fi scal year across the company. He also received Atria’s prestigious LTIP award three times as an executive director. The award honors leaders with high scores in quality, employee, and customer satisfaction over a three-year period. His operational success and ability to strengthen ties between Atria’s 225 communities resulted in

the execution of new operational standards that enable the company to deliver the highest quality of care to its 23,000 residents. Krull is an advocate for the industry and actively promotes senior living as a positive option for older adults and a great choice for career seekers.


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