Juniper Communities is proud to announce that Anne Campbell has been promoted to Senior Executive Director of Juniper Village at Brookline, a newly created role due to the company’s growth.
Juniper’s State College property consists of five buildings comprised of independent living apartments, two personal care communities, and a skilled nursing/rehabilitation and long-term care facility. A short distance from the main campus is a free-standing, purpose-built memory care community.
As Senior Executive Director Anne will be overseeing all campus operations for Juniper Village at Brookline and will continue regional project management for special programs for Pennsylvania Her responsibilities will include driving improved quality and supporting Juniper standards and programming; troubleshooting performance improvement needs and identifying opportunities at multiple levels; budgets, strategic planning and goal setting.
“I’m proud to have the opportunity to work with Anne as she is a tremendous asset to Juniper,” stated Don Breneman, VP of Business Operations, Juniper Communities. “Anne has been providing exceptional leadership at Juniper Village at Brookline as well as in the Centre County healthcare network and other Juniper locations located throughout Pennsylvania. One of the hallmarks of Juniper is our commitment to female executive leadership, representation and development. Anne epitomizes our strong culture of servant-leadership and collaborative engagement with care partners to create the best possible environment for our residents.”
According to Anne Campbell, the last ten years of the senior housing industry has seen an increase in acuity and complicated medical issues in the residents they serve. To meet the growing demand for medical services, Juniper has stepped up its clinical practices and implemented its signature integrated health platform, Connect4Life. The future of the seniors housing market will also look very different. “Baby boomers have different expectations and desires of the amenities offered in a retirement community; and, technological advances for caring for the aging are quickly being integrated into the care solution,” explained Anne. “This will definitely impact how we deliver care.”
Prior to the promotion, Anne worked as Executive Director for 11 years. The best part of her job she states is working with the residents. “Being able to listen to the incredible stories that our residents share is priceless. I have met some pretty amazing people with amazing stories in my work,” she said.