organizations. He has formerly been in lead- ership roles at PepsiCo, Burger King, and AutoNation, among other companies.

katie roper

Bend, Ore.-based G5 dig- ital marketing firm has brought Katie Roper to its leadership team as vice president of senior living. Roper was formerly founding head of sales

and industry marketing for and is a writer and speaker on caregiving and technology issues.

Bloomington, Minn.-based MatrixCare’s Home Health and Hospice EHR solution has been named Best in KLAS for Home Health EHR (large company) from KLAS Research for the second consecutive year. MatrixCare also led in the Hospice category, which will be recognized in next year’s Best in KLAS program.

PointClickCare Technologies, based in Mis- sissauga, Ontario, has been named Best in KLAS for Long-Term Care Software from KLAS Research for the second consecutive year. The program is produced by KLAS Research healthcare IT data and insights company.

Sodexo, based in Gaithersburg, Md., re- ceived a 100 percent score on the Human Rights Campaign’s 2021 Corporate Equal- ity Index. This is the 14th year the food services and facilities management compa- ny has been honored on the CEI, which is the nation’s foremost benchmarking survey and report measuring corporate policies and practices related to LGBTQ workplace equality. Sodexo also has been recognized on Bloomberg's 2020 Gender-Equality Index and FORTUNE'S 2019 list of the World's Most Admired Companies.

christy yost, rn

Singh Senior Living, based in West Bloomfield, Mich., has named Christy Yost, RN, as resident care manager in its Walton- wood Cotswold commu- nity in Charlotte, N.C.

She previously worked in medical surgical 40 SENIOR LIVING EXECUTIVE MARCH/APRIL 2021

and pediatrics nursing before transitioning to senior living, with experience in memory care and acute rehabilitation.

jack r. callison, jr.

Sunrise Senior Living, based in McLean, Va., has appointed Jack R. Callison, Jr. as CEO, ef- fective April 1. He was most recently CEO at Enlivant, for eight years,

where he will become chairman. Prior to that, he was CEO of Holiday Retirement and president-U.S. Operations of Archstone.

Callison is a member of the medical center board of directors of the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and board director and vice chair of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing and Care (NIC). Callison will assume a seat on Sunrise’s Board of Managers.

Welltower, based in Toledo, Ohio, has been included in the Bloomberg Gender-Equali- ty Index for the third consecutive year. The company reports that for 2021, it has further improved its year-over-year rating both over- all and in its sector.

maurice smith

Chicago-based Ventas, Inc., announced that Maurice Smith, president and CEO of Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC), has been ap- pointed as an indepen-

dent member of its board of directors. HCSC is the fifth-largest health insurer in the United States, with combined annual reve- nues of approximately $46 billion, over 272,000 physicians and other providers in its network, more than 24,000 employees and over 16 million members across its Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans in five states. Smith is a member of the board of the Eco- nomic Club of Chicago, World Business Chicago and Roosevelt University, and a trustee of the Civic Federation. He began his career at HCSC in 1993 and has served in business development, corporate transac- tions, and as President of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois.

Chicago-based Vi announced that Randy Richardson, Vi’s president and CEO, has signed on to the CEO Action for Diversi- ty & Inclusion™ commitment. More than 1,600 CEOs have signed the commitment, which outlines outlines a specific set of ac- tions signatory CEOs will take to cultivate a culture of respect, diversity, equity, and inclu- sion. Recently, Vi employees voted for The Equal Justice Initiative, The Trevor Project, and My Brother’s Keeper as the charities Vi would support. In addition, Vi continues to work with Risha Grant, an internationally renowned bias, diversity, and inclusion expert on educational programs on the topics of diversity, inclusion, unconscious bias, equity, allyship, micro-aggressions, and more.


Pat Mulloy,

chairman of the Argentum Board of Directors and managing director, Commodore Capital, LLC, has been appointed to

the Sharps Compliance Corp. board of directors. The Houston-based company provides business-to- business services in the healthcare, long-term care, and retail pharmacy markets in management of regulated medical waste, hazardous waste, and unused medications.

Mulloy has more than 20 years of experience in the senior housing and long-term care industry, serving as CEO at Elmcroft Senior Living, LifeTrust America, and Atria Senior Living.

Mulloy currently serves on several boards in addition to Argentum and Sharps Compliance: vice chair of University of Louisville Health Inc.; director at Assembly Healthcare, a long-term care tech company; and director at Republic Bancorp, Inc.

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