Presbyterian Village North (PVN) is delighted to announce that Bryan Cooper has been named executive director of the continuing care retirement community (CCRC). With more than 10 years of experience in the senior living industry, Cooper brings valuable expertise to the PVN team. In this role he is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the senior living community, facilitating a teamwork-centered environment, managing marketing, planning community outreach and overseeing financial operations, as well as administration duties such as programming and strategic planning. Cooper’s goal is to enrich the lives of the seniors who live in the community or use its services. Tim Mallad, CEO of Presbyterian Communities and Services (parent organization of PVN), made the announcement.
“We are a ministry of people dedicated to enriching the lives of those we serve by providing exceptional care and services in a faith-based environment, and we believe Bryan will do well in helping us continue our mission,” said Tim Mallad. “He is a results-oriented leader with a proven track record of helping communities undergo renovations, increase profits, develop a cohesive leadership team, improve company cultures and enhance communities overall. He will focus not only on resident satisfaction, but also on the satisfaction of our team. We believe his strong leadership, written communication, public speaking abilities, team building and organizational skills will benefit those living and working at PVN in many ways.”
Prior to joining PVN, Cooper served as the executive director of The Forum at Park Lane for four years, where he gained experience in achieving revenue, profit, occupancy and business growth. He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Management at Brigham Young University and is certified as a Licensed Nursing Facility Administrator. Cooper is a skilled and award-winning leader who has special insight into financial services pertaining to acquisition growth, cost control management, reimbursement systems, Medicare and Medicaid management, customer service, employee development and clinical systems improvement.
“I feel privileged to serve the residents of Presbyterian Village North,” said Cooper. “I was drawn to the culture of PVN, as the team here is focused on providing a hospitality-driven experience to residents and goes above and beyond to accommodate their needs and special requests. I have many fresh ideas and insights that I am bringing to the table, and I am excited to be a part of a community that has undergone extensive renovations and has more exciting plans for the near future. The future here is bright.”