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Integral/Solstice’s Gray Recognized Among 2023 Most Influential Women of the Mid-Market

December 1, 2023

CARLSBAD, CA — Collette Gray, president/CEO of Integral Senior Living and Solstice Senior Living, has been included on CEO Connection’s list of the Top 25 Most Influential Women of the Mid-Market of 2023. Other women on the list include the CEOs of the New York Times, Denny’s restaurants, and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

“Collette’s dedication to improving the lives of seniors has been instrumental in ISL’s success,” said ISL founder Sue Farrow in a press release. “Her recognition as one of the Most Influential Women of the Mid-Market is a testament to her visionary leadership and positive impact to this industry and beyond.”

Gray’s modern understanding of the ever-changing needs of seniors has positioned her as a thought leader within the industry. Under her guidance, ISL and SSL have fostered environments that prioritize well-being, engagement, activity and happiness.

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Launched in 2015 as part of its commitment to promoting gender equality in the mid-market, the CEO Connection Most Influential Women of the Mid-Market list recognizes outstanding women in the U.S. based on their ability to influence change, innovation, and standards for excellence in companies with annual sales between $100 million and $3 billion.

Integral Senior Living, headquartered in this Southern California seaside city, manages more than 100 senior living communities, including independent, assisted-living and memory-care communities in 25 states. ISL is founded on a care philosophy that fosters dignity and respect for residents and promotes their independence and individuality.

Solstice Senior Living is a joint venture of Integral Senior Living and NorthStar Healthcare Income, Inc., that manages 32 communities nationally.

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