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Why 2022 Will Be the Year of Executive Turnover in Senior Living

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With occupancy on the upswing and recovery plans in place for the year ahead, the senior living industry’s future is clearer than at any other time during the pandemic.

But if recent trends are any indication, a substantial number of providers will be led into this new era by fresh executive leadership.

So far this year, three longtime industry leaders have announced their retirement:

  • Pathway to Living CEO Jerry Finis
  • Presbyterian Senior Living CEO Jim Bernardo
  • Vi President Randy Richardson

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