EPOCH Senior Living Elevates Gordon to CIO

June 8, 2023

WALTHAM, MA — On the heels of naming Laurie Gerber Chairperson, EPOCH Senior Living has announced the promotion of Michael Gordon to Chief Investment Officer (CIO).

Gordon, who has been a member of EPOCH Senior Living’s leadership team for nearly 25 years, overseeing and being involved with the long-range planning, budgeting, and development of 16 of EPOCH Senior Living’s properties. He was most recently Senior Vice President of Planning and Development.

EPOCH Senior Living operates 11 Bridges® by EPOCH communities and five Waterstone Senior Living communities throughout the Northeast.

“Michael’s analytical abilities and insight have been invaluable to this company,” said Joanna Cormac Burt, EPOCH Senior Living’s Chief Operating Officer. “We know that he will continue to lead EPOCH Senior Living as it continues the vision that was created by our founder, Larry Gerber, of providing an outstanding senior living experience in a warm and supportive environment.”

As CIO, Gordon will focus on driving new initiatives, improving market research, procurement, and employee recruitment and retention. He will also continue to look for opportunities for EPOCH Senior Living to grow through acquisitions and new development.

“Our entire team is focused on providing a unique culture and philosophy designed to enhance all aspects of our residents’ well-being,” said Gordon. “EPOCH Senior Living is always looking for opportunities to grow and promote the unique and beneficial lifestyle our communities offer. Through this new role, I’ll have the ability to focus on delivering more research on market and project feasibility.”

Cormac Burt added, “We have seen significant growth over the course of the last 10 years, and through our continued investment in our team members, we will continue to thrive and expand EPOCH Senior Living’s network of premier senior living communities. We are committed to being the residence of choice for seniors and their families in the markets we serve now and in the future.”

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