Seniors Housing Business

AUG-SEP 2015

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26 www.seniorshousingbusiness.com Seniors Housing Business n August-September 2015 ABOUT SABRA ■ Operator-friendly focus coupled with extensive healthcare industry experience. ■ Vision to deliver a healthcare environment that suits the needs of today and tomorrow's senior housing and post acute residents and patients. ■ A goal to provide operators and developers structured capital solutions that fi t their individual needs. ■ Sabra, a premier capital partner for healthcare developers and operators. Sabra Health Care REIT, Inc. (888) 393-8248 www.sabrahealth.com PREMIER CAPITAL PARTNER FOR HEALTHCARE DEVELOPERS AND OPERATORS People the national seniors housing and long-term care market. In a previous position as a senior banker at KeyBank and BB&T Corporation, Boudler was involved in numerous acquisi- tions, recapitalization, construc- tion, bridge and refnance transac- tions, originating and managing over $1.2 billion in bank fnancings and $550 million in HUD LEAN and Fannie Mae mortgages. More recently, Boudler was an independent strategic advisor helping fnancial institutions inte- grate HUD and GSE lending into their platforms. Boudler received his MBA from Wake Forest University and his bachelor's degree from Hillsdale College. He will operate out of Walker & Dunlop's Bethesda headquarters. Mainstreet adds three to corporate ofce Carmel, Ind. — Mainstreet, a developer of skilled nursing facili- ties based in Carmel, has added three new hires at its corporate offce — Chris Atkins, Monica Irwin and John Petelik. Atkins was hired as senior vice president of corporate strategy and analytics. Prior to Mainstreet, he directed the Indiana Offce of Management and Budget for Gov. Mike Pence. Chris has a bachelor's degree from Wabash College and a joint J.D./M.P.A from Indiana Uni- versity. Government Technology magazine named him to the 2015 list of "Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers." Irwin is Mainstreet's newest executive assistant. She comes to Mainstreet from Pinnacle Part- ners, where she served as the offce manager and executive assistant. Monica attended Indi- ana University. Petelik has joined Mainstreet as an associate of private equity fund management. Most recently he served as the vice president of operations at student hous- ing developer Monument LLC. John has a bachelor's degree from Indiana University and recently completed an MBA with a concen- tration in fnance. The Goodman Group appoints Mark Holmes national director of culinary operations Chaska, Minn. — Seniors hous- ing operator The Goodman Group has named Mark Holmes its national director of culinary operations. Holmes will report to Craig Edinger, the company's vice presi- dent of senior living and health care. Holmes will manage the culi- nary and dining experiences for residents at all of The Goodman Group's managed communities. The Goodman Group's culinary program features whole or mini- mally processed foods that are locally sourced and plant-based. The program is integrated into menus and food offerings for The Goodman Group's independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing facilities. Holmes has experience in creative menu building, managing and creating culinary programs, cost control, regulatory compli- ance, and complete oversight of entire senior living and healthcare dining services operations. Most recently, Holmes served as director of hospitality and dining services at HarborChase of Vil- lages Crossing, an assisted living and memory care community in Lady Lake, Fla. Prior to that, he was a long-term care culinary and dining services consultant in Orlando. Holmes has a culinary arts degree from City & Guilds of London Institute. He is a certifed dietary manager and certifed food protection professional from the Certifying Board for Dietary Managers. Based in Chaska just southwest of Minneapolis, The Goodman Group oversees communities with more than 13,800 residents and 4,300 employees in 10 states and the United Kingdom. Left to right, Chris Atkins, Monica Irwin and John Petelik.

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