Because University House Issaquah is an Era Living community, I knew that my role would be mission-driven and focused on improving the lives of older adults.
Issaquah, WA (PRWEB) December 31, 2013
University House Issaquah announces the appointment of Lynda Krill as executive director. To her role, Krill brings a 20-year track record of dynamic retirement community leadership that includes seven years of tenure as a senior general manager for a retirement community in Monroe, and ongoing board member positions with Valley General Hospital and the Snohomish County Council on Aging.
"When the opportunity at University House Issaquah became available I was immediately interested," said Krill. "Because University House Issaquah is an Era Living community, I knew that my role would be mission-driven and focused on improving the lives of older adults."
Era Living is dedicated to enhancing the lives of older adults by creating vibrant and inviting environments within each its eight Seattle-area communities.
"For nearly 20 years, Lynda Krill has consistently earned high marks from the residents she serves," said Era Living Vice President of Operations, Jacob Almo. "Her deep educational roots in nursing coupled with her commitment to lifelong learning and passion for helping older adults make her an ideal leader for University House Issaquah."
Commitment to learning is a major theme at University House Issaquah, which is known for its collaboration with the University of Washington Retirement Association and affiliations with the UW Schools of Nursing, Pharmacy, Social Work and Information Science, as well as UW Medicine.
University House Issaquah is one of Era Living’s eight premier retirement communities, offering a warm, vibrant lifestyle, a vast array of amenities, rich programming, and exceptional Independent Living and Assisted Living care.