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  • October 19, 2016
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    Meet Ken Jaeger, founder and CEO of Denver-based MorningStar Senior Living. Ken's senior living operations career spans more than 25 years, including a role as VP of Sunrise Senior Living from 1998 to 2002. There, he worked on new community launches—experience he later brought to his own startup: MorningStar. Today the company counts more than 20 communities in seven states, and it's still growing. Jaeger has also recently gained recognition from Ernst and Young as a recipient of the Entrepreneur Of The Year 2016 award in the Mountain Desert region in the Healthcare and Lifesciences category (he's up for the national award this month). We sat down with Jaeger to learn about how his company takes cues from Ritz-Carlton, why senior housing

  • October 19, 2016
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    Meet Larry Cohen, CEO of Capital Senior Living (NYSE: CSU). As one of the handful of publicly-held senior living operating companies, Capital Senior Living went public in 1997, serving as Cohen's first experience working on an IPO. At the time, he was CFO—a position for which he had been approached while working for a large real estate company that had an interest in senior housing. He later took the CEO position in 1999. Since then, Capital Senior Living has grown its portfolio to 126 properties (a majority of which are owned, and some of which are leased)—and counting. We sat down with Cohen to learn about the "runway" in senior living, where he sees Capital Senior Living's growth path ahead, and why

  • September 20, 2016
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    Meet John Cochrane, President and CEO of Cornerstone Affiliates: the parent company of non-profit senior living companies American Baptist Homes of the West, be.group, Beacon Communities, Inc., and the for-profit firm Seniority, Inc. Cochrane recently took the helm of the organization following a coming together between be.group and ABHOW that created the largest nonprofit senior living provider in California, and placed the company among the largest non-profit senior living  providers in the nation. While he became involved in senior living “purely by accident,” Cochrane has held senior living leadership positions for the last 10 years. With be.group, he oversaw the complete renaming and rebranding of the company and today looks forward to leading the newly-formed Cornerstone Affiliates to carry out