Chief Engagement Officer is a Verb, not a Noun

Webinar

Chief Engagement Officer is a Verb, not a Noun

Life EnrichmentQuality of Life

Live Webinar: Tuesday, November 16th from 1pm – 2pm EST

Being the Chief Engagement Officer (CEO) of a senior living community is an action, not a title. Hear from Tina Sandri, MHSA, NHA, QCP, Chief Executive Officer of Forest Hills of DC and how she creates engagement herself, with those she leads, and with the greater community outside of Forest Hills to support Life Enrichment/Activities teams and the resident experience. Participants who join this webinar will be able to:

  • Understand how a senior living executive personally contributes to the Life Enrichment team within the daily role of an administrative job to enhance resident engagement.
  • Describe how a senior living executive encourages and supports other departments to contribute to the Life Enrichment team within the daily roles of their jobs to enhance resident engagement.
  • Outline how a senior living executive involves persons or organizations outside of the senior living community to enhance resident life enrichment.

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*All attendees will receive 1-hour of NAB, NCCAP, NCCDP and/or NCTRC CEU credits for attending the live webinar.

Tina Sandri, MHSA, NHA, QCP
Chief Executive Officer
Forest Hills of DC

Tina Sandri, is an experienced leader with a demonstrated history of working across the health care continuum, including acute and long term care. Skilled in nonprofit organizations, team building, communications, mentoring, and leading through change. She is the CEO of Forest Hills of DC. 

Charles de Vilmorin
CEO
Linked Senior

Charles de Vilmorin is the co-founder and CEO of Linked Senior, a resident engagement platform for senior care. He has more than 9 years of experience in the healthcare and long-term care field. He is a Certified Dementia Practitioner and Validation Method Worker.