The Future Leaders Class of 2022 has gone above and beyond to make a difference in the lives of seniors, families and staff.

Aging Media Network, Inc. (“Aging Media”) is pleased to announce the Future Leaders Class of 2022, showcasing the most promising talent in the senior housing, skilled nursing, home health and hospice industries. These exemplary individuals represent strength, intuition and perseverance under some of the most challenging circumstances the aging industries have ever seen.

Aging Media recognizes dynamic leaders, ages 40 and under, who are making a push to define the future of aging America. Each nominee’s vision is unique, but they are all centered on improving customer experience and health outcomes above all else.

“The Future Leaders Class of 2022 has gone above and beyond to make a difference in the lives of seniors, families and staff,” said Aging Media Co-Founder George Yedinak. “Each individual has shown a willingness to step outside of their day-to-day roles and operate with the future of aging in mind.”

This year’s Future Leaders class recognizes 40 individuals across the care continuum, all of whom will be featured in upcoming Aging Media publications and invited to Aging Media’s in-person conferences this fall.

The 2022 awards program is sponsored exclusively by PointClickCare, the leading cloud-based software platform for the senior care market today.

“I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the individuals who are shaping the future of care delivery,” said Dave Wessinger, CEO and co-Founder of PointClickCare, a leading healthcare technology platform enabling meaningful collaboration and access to real-time insights at any stage of a patient’s healthcare journey. “It has never been more important to support the dedicated professionals across the senior care industry, who have committed their lives to making a difference for our aging population. Congratulations to all of this year’s award recipients.”

For more information about the program and to view the complete Future Leaders Class of 2022, please visit futureleaders.agingmedia.com.

This year’s Future Leaders Awards honorees are as follows:

Home Health & Home Care

Todd Austin – President, Home Care Pulse
Joseph Brence – Head of Clinical Strategy, MedBridge
Joseph Cauterucci – CEO, Avalon In-Home Nursing and Rehabilitation, LLC.
David Chandler – Senior Director of Strategic Programs, Senior Helpers Franchising
Nicholas D’Addabbo – Vice President of Strategy, Innovive Health
Richard Kaufmann – Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Amedisys
Elizabeth Rosema, RN, SSN – Executive Director, Atrio Home Health
Kelly Salb – Director of Client Services, Family & Nursing Care
Aaron Stapleton – Founder / CEO, Trinity In-Home Care
Jenna Urban – VP, Business Transformation, Help at Home
Prince Villanueva – Founder & CEO, OPO Health

Hospice & Palliative Care

Shradha Aiyer – Vice President of Product Development, Axxess
Millicent Burke-Sinclair – President/CEO, Four Seasons, The Care You Trust
Hayden Jordan – Director of Palliative Care, PruittHealth
Katie Leonard – Pediatric Program Director, Anchor Health
Lauren O’Dwyer – Controller, Anvoi Hospice
Hollie Trogdon – Senior VP, Sales and Business Development – Hospice and Palliative Care, PruittHealth
Bailey Woodhams – Education Specialist/Senior Consultant, Maxwell Healthcare Associates

Senior Housing & Senior Living

Kayla Barlow – Vice President of Resident Experience, Arrow Senior Living Management
Michael Berg – Director of Operations Management, Life Care Services
Sothea Cheney – Project Architect/Technology Manager, Market Square Architects
Erez Cohen – Co-CEO and Co-Founder, August Health
Justin Dickinson – Executive Vice President – Pathway to Living, Waterton
Lindsey Hacker – President and Chief Financial Officer, Validus Senior Living
Brendan Healy – Senior Managing Director, VIUM Capital
Lynda Maryanski – Vice President of Capital Markets, Benchmark Senior Living
Hunter MacLeod – SVP Development, Experience Senior Living
Matt Reiners – Co-founder, Eversound
Jennifer Sodo – Senior Living Market Leader, EUA
Max Winters, RA – Senior Associate, Perkins Eastman
Tyler Witges – President of EmpowerMe Diagnostics, EmpowerMe Wellness

Skilled Nursing

Vaishali Chokshi – Pharmacy Operations Specialist Manager o Customer Success, PharmScript, LLC.
Christopher Clare – Managing Director, Greystone
Megan Corcoran – Regional Director of Operations, Health Dimensions Group
Patrick Flaherty – Founder of Eisenstein Flaherty, and Founder & President of Guided Living Senior Home Care
Kate Gilday – Administrator, Legacy Healthcare
Zachary Gray – Chief Executive Officer & Owner, Revive Health Senior Care Management, LLC.
Shawn O’Conner – Chief Business Development Officer, Healthcare Management Partners
Drew Packey, D.O. – Chief Medical Officer, Theoria Medical
Shawna Rainey – VP of Clinical Reimbursement, Ignite Medical Resorts

About Aging Media Network:
Aging Media Network is an innovative publishing company based in Chicago, Illinois, and is the publisher of Senior Housing News, Home Health Care News, Hospice News, Skilled Nursing News, and Behavioral Health Business.

About PointClickCare:
PointClickCare is a leading healthcare technology platform enabling meaningful collaboration and access to real-time insights at any stage of a patient’s healthcare journey. PointClickCare’s single platform spans the care continuum, fostering proactive, holistic decision-making and improved outcomes for all. Over 27,000 long-term post-acute care providers, and 2,700 hospitals use PointClickCare today, enabling care collaboration and value-based care delivery for millions of lives across North America. For more information on PointClickCare, visit pointclickcare.com.