May 16, 2018
CLEVELAND–OnShift®, a leader in human capital management software for post-acute care and senior living, has announced that Lisa Fordyce has joined the OnShift executive team in a newly created position, executive vice president of enterprise development for senior living.
Fordyce brings a wealth of senior living experience to OnShift, having started her career as a caregiver and expanding into operations leadership. She has held senior executive operations positions at national senior housing organizations, leading overall business strategies and day-to-day operations to deliver quality resident care and services.
Throughout her career, Fordyce has focused on delivering results while leading teams with a pursuit for innovation with integrity, creativity and empathy. She is one of the most widely recognized operations leaders in the senior living profession and is known for her ability to make an impact by emphasizing both business and quality care. Prior to joining OnShift, Lisa was COO at Senior Lifestyle Corporation, leading the overall operational strategies. She has also held operations management positions with Emeritus Senior Living and ARV Assisted Living.
“To say I’m thrilled that Lisa Fordyce has joined OnShift is an understatement. Lisa’s passion for the profession, deep working knowledge of senior living operations, and blend of business and healthcare experience have made her one of the most highly regarded leaders in senior living,” states Mark Woodka, CEO, OnShift. “We are excited to have Lisa on board and look forward to the impact she will make with our clients and their drive for workforce and operational excellence.”
“My new position at OnShift provides me with the opportunity to apply the experiences I’ve gained in over 20 years in senior living and share my unique perspective as a caregiver, nurse, operations leader and family member of a loved one living in senior housing,” states Fordyce. “OnShift is a forward-thinking company and I look forward to working with the team, our clients and those they serve.”