Capital Senior Living Corporation Announces That Jeremy D. Falke Has Joined as Senior Vice President of Human Resources
DALLAS–Capital Senior Living Corporation (the “Company”) (NYSE:CSU), one of the nation’s largest operators of senior living communities, today announced that Jeremy D. Falke has joined the Company as the senior vice president of human resources. Falke will report to CEO Lawrence A. Cohen. In this newly created role, Falke will be responsible for the Company’s human resource strategies, including talent management and development, growth and integration success, employee engagement and company culture development for over 6,500 employees nationwide.
“I am pleased to add Jeremy to the Company’s senior leadership team in this key role,” said Cohen. “Our people are our most important asset. Their engagement and development are critical to continuing to serve our residents well and to helping us achieve optimal operating and financial performance. Jeremy’s breadth of experience in the various disciplines of human resources, notably within the healthcare industry, will enable him to make significant contributions to the future development of our organization.”
Falke previously served as the vice president of talent, culture and performance systems for Tenet Healthcare where he was responsible for all talent planning, development, and cultural programming and transformation for an organization with over 75 acute-care hospitals and 450 outpatient facilities, employing more than 125,000 people. Prior to this role, Falke served from 2004 until 2012 as the chief human resources officer for Creighton University Medical Center, a part of Tenet Healthcare in Omaha, NE
Falke has received many awards for his service, including 2016 Best Organizations for Leadership from the National Center for Healthcare Leadership and several accolades from HR.com, including 2017 Lead Award Winner for Best Experienced/Senior Leaders Program, Best Use of Team Building, Innovation & Deployment of Leadership Programs, Best Mentoring Program and Best Use of Executive Coaching.
Falke received a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from University of Phoenix-Scottsdale Campus, and a Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Healthcare Management from the University of Nebraska in Omaha.