Our Founders & Owners
We promise to love and care for your family as we do our own.
I love to help BUILD great teams, great properties, and great communities. It is a real joy to see our properties come alive and then thrive as communities. I see our seniors active and having fun, I see their families engaged and enjoying themselves, and I see how important our role in the overall community becomes. It makes me proud to be able to work with everyone that helps make that happen.
I CAPITALIZE on understanding the business of financing real estate. For any venture to succeed, strong financial underpinnings are essential. I help drive the development of The Kensington by keeping my finger on the pulse of market conditions and trends. I then identify ways to preserve fiscal stability, which in turn, result in security for our residents.
I CARE about seniors with every fiber of my being. Memories of volunteering at a nursing home as a young teen and living with my grandparents for six years are precious…they inspired my professional calling. I have worked with, around and among seniors for over 26 years. I love what I do, and I wake up every day eager to use my talents to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our residents.
I ASPIRE to create a superior experience where our residents can be themselves and enjoy life to the fullest extent possible. The deepest impression that caregiving for my Dad left upon me was his struggle to remain independent in the face of challenges imposed by age. I am personally moved and committed to cultivate and provide only the highest levels of service that enable seniors to thrive.
I ENERGIZE those around me by bringing enthusiastic leadership and a spectacularly wide smile to every interaction I have. My grandparents – who were the consummate leaders – taught me the importance of diligence and the power of connection. I bring their lessons to my life’s calling, which is to touch the lives of seniors with love and care. I will move mountains to make a positive difference. And trust me, those mountains will move.
- The Engine That Could