ESL President Phill Barklow says the firm is excited to welcome the leadership and experience of Ms. Allen.
“Jeanette has had an outstanding career in the senior living industry – with over 30 years in leadership roles in independent living, assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing. Her focus on wellness and optimal aging aligns well with our mission at Experience Senior Living,” Mr. Barklow says. “We are excited to have Jeanette contribute her expertise as we create and deliver the most innovative health and wellness initiatives to our senior communities and their residents.”
“I am delighted to be a part of this exciting opportunity, a natural next step in my life’s work that has been dedicated to the health and wellness of our senior population,” Ms. Allen says. “Experience Senior Living is the perfect place for me to apply my leadership and creativity to this vital and important space.”
Ms. Allen has served in the senior living space for more than 30 years. Her most recent experience was serving as Vice President Health and Wellness for Balfour Senior Living. In her role, she oversaw clinical and wellness, vendor relations and risk management. Prior to that, Ms. Allen was Divisional Director of Health and Wellness, Senior Lifestyle Corp. and was responsible for clinical oversight, quality assurance, regulatory compliance and service excellence for assisted living, memory care, and skilled care for seven CCRCs nationwide. In addition, Ms. Allen has held positions with Warren Barr Lincolnshire, Tutera Senior Communities and Signature Healthcare, among others.
Ms. Allen, who will be based in Denver, attended William Rainey Harper College and Colorado Technical College where she studied nursing.
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