Seniors Housing Business

ASHA 2018

Seniors Housing Business is the magazine that helps you navigate the evolution of the seniors housing industry.

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AS H A 50 50 2018 ASHA 50 2018 David S. Schless has served as ASHA's President since its cre- ation by the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) in 1991. With over 25 years of industry experience, David has an extensive understanding of seniors housing research, policy and regulatory issues, and an intimate knowledge of the seniors housing business. He is currently involved with the Alzheimer's Association Brain Ball Committee, the Cornell Institute for Healthy Futures, the Granger Cobb Institute for Senior Living at Washington State Uni- versity and serves on the editorial board of the Seniors Housing & Care Journal. David has been honored as a Distinguished Alumnus by both the University of Connecticut and the University of North Texas for his work on behalf of seniors. Jeanne McGlynn Delgado, Vice Presi- dent of Government Affairs, joined ASHA in 2015. She leads ASHA's public policy efforts on Capitol Hill and before federal agencies. Prior to ASHA, Jeanne served as Vice Pres- ident for Business & Risk Manage- ment Policy and Government Affairs at the National Multifamily Housing Council. In that position, she spent her time lobbying for leading multi- family housing developers, manag- ers, and owners on a host of policy issues including insurance, housing finance, fair housing, and tax. Doris K. Maultsby, Vice President of Member Services, joined ASHA in 1999. Her roles include management of the Association's meet- ings, membership, and operations. Prior to joining ASHA, Doris held member services and meeting management roles at the National Multifamily Housing Council and The Advisory Board Company. Meghan "Megs" Bertoni, Administra- tor, Member Services, joined ASHA in 2016. Her responsibilities include meeting registrations and on-site event facilitation, assisting with ASHA's newsletters, coordi- nating the Where You Live Matters campaign, and supporting ASHA President, David Schless, on the Rising Leaders Program and various other projects. She is also responsible for maintaining the Association's website. Additionally, Meghan over- sees ASHA's annual research project, the Seniors Housing State Regulatory Handbook, the ASHA 50 supplement and assists with the State of Seniors Housing publication. Sheffield "Sheff" Richey, Manager, Government Affairs, helps coordinate ASHA's public policy efforts on Capitol Hill and administers the association's Seniors Housing PAC. He works closely with Jeanne McGlynn Delgado. Before joining ASHA, Sheff worked as a political fundraiser and advisor for 16 mem- bers of Congress. He received his B.A. in Politics from Washington & Lee University in Lexington, VA. ASHA Staff C A P I T A L M A R K E T S FOCUSED ON YOUR NEEDS WE NAVIGATE THE COMPLEXITIES OF SENIOR HOUSING. I D E A S I N T O A C T I O N Now it is more important than ever to partner with experts who can close complex real estate transactions. Cushman & Wakefield's national Senior Housing Capital Markets teams offer a platform of integrated services providing owners and operators, developers, REITs, lenders, and advisors with seasoned experts. What can our Senior Housing team do for you? cushmanwakefield.com/senior-housing

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