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Atria Senior Living Announces Regional Leadership Changes for New York Metro Area

LOUISVILLE, KY–Atria Senior Living has announced new leadership as part of the company’s strategy to enhance its presence and increase its business support for three newly formed regions within the New York City metro area.

Joanna Mansfield is now regional vice president for Atria’s North Shore/New York City and Home Care Region. The region includes Atria Great Neck in Great Neck, Atria on Roslyn Harbor in Roslyn, Atria Riverdale in the Bronx, Atria West 86 in Manhattan, and Atria Cutter Mill and Atria Glen Cove, both in Glen Cove, along with Atria Home Care. Mansfield has 10 years of experience in senior living and long-term care.

Jennifer Kuzmech is now regional vice president for Atria’s Queens/Long Island Region. The region includes Atria Bay Shore in Bay Shore, Atria East Northport in East Northport, Atria Plainview in Plainview, Atria Forest Hills in Forest Hills, Atria Kew Gardens in Queens, and Atria Lynbrook and Atria Tanglewood, both in Lynbrook. Kuzmech has 22 years of experience in senior living and long-term care.

Daniel Algie has been promoted to senior executive director for Atria’s Suffolk County Region. The region includes Atria South Setauket in South Setauket, Atria Hertlin Place in Lake Ronkonkoma and Atria Huntington in Huntington Station. Algie previously served as executive director for Atria South Setauket and has 25 years of experience in senior living.

Mansfield, Kuzmech and Algie will oversee operations, service and care delivery for Atria Senior Living communities in their respective regions, and will be instrumental as Atria continues to expand in the New York metro area and nationwide. With the leadership transitions, Atria has redoubled its commitment to New York City and Long Island, and will continue to advance its partnerships with the Alzheimer’s Association, the Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Northwell Health and other organizations to fill a vital role in meeting the needs of local seniors.

“Joanna, Jennifer and Daniel have each made a remarkable impact already,” said John Hartmayer, senior vice president for Atria. “They embody our values and are seasoned leaders whose experience will ensure that Atria communities continue to provide our residents and families with the high level of service on which our brand was built.”