Danielle Morgan Named President Of Clearwater Senior Living
NEWPORT BEACH, CA–Clearwater Senior Living (CSL) announced today the appointment of Danielle Morgan as president. Utilizing over 20 years of experience, Morgan will be instrumental in overseeing operations and expanding the company’s footprint throughout the Western United States including independent, assisted living and memory care communities.
According to CSL’s Chief Executive Officer Tony Ferrero, Morgan was a clear choice for the role, citing her dedication and shared values in providing high-quality retirement living and exceptional services for seniors and their families.
“I’m looking forward to working side-by-side with Danielle,” said Ferrero. “She authentically embraces her leadership responsibilities, the associates she works with, and the residents and families she serves. That in combination with her professional expertise and strategic mindset makes her a valued asset to our team.”
Over the course of her career, Morgan has held numerous leadership roles. Most recently she served as chief operations officer for MBK Senior Living. In this role Morgan was responsible for day-to-day operations oversight for all of MBK’s communities with an NOI budget totaling $40 million. In addition, she was pivotal in promoting MBK’s company culture through strong relationships with customers, employees, and referral sources.
Morgan has served in various roles within senior housing industry associations. She is currently serving as treasurer for the Board of Directors for the California Assisted Living Association (CALA), and recently was named to the American Senior Housing Association (ASHA) board.
Morgan earned a Bachelor’s degree in Long Term Health Care from Ohio University, and a MBA from The Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine. She also holds a current Nursing Home Administrator license.
The addition of Morgan to CSL comes on the heels of the company’s announcement of a formed venture with an affiliate of Berkshire Group. The partnership was formed to develop and acquire senior housing communities with an initial $500 million in gross asset value over the next three to five years.
“With Danielle and our partnership with the Berkshire Group, Clearwater Senior Living has the foundation necessary to create a legacy of stability, high quality, excellence and values in retirement living,” said Ferrero.