Commonwealth Senior Living in Charlottesville has announced three new members will be joining the Charlottesville-based business.
Mark Miyasaki joins the business as chief financial officer, according to a Tuesday statement announcing the hires. He has 20 years of experience in managing financials and operations at senior living companies and most recently served as the CFO for Sodalis Senior Living.
Stephanie Pfingsten has been named senior vice president of residential care, joining Commonwealth Senior Living with over 21 years of experience in nursing system development, healthcare operations and practice management. Most recently, she served as vice president of health and wellness at Charter Senior Living.
And Archie McAlexander is to serve as Commonwealth Senior Living’s director of clinical services. He was most recently director of care transformation and quality with Charter Senior Living and also served as divisional director of care management at Atria for eight years.
“We are proud to welcome Mark, Stephanie, and Archie to the Commonwealth family,” Commonwealth Senior Living President and CEO Earl Parker said in Tuesday’s statement. “Each of these individuals strengthens our ability to deliver on our Core Values and improve the lives of our residents, their families, and each other.”
Commonwealth Senior Living offers services such as independent living, assisted living and memory care across five states, including Virginia. Its home office is at 534 E. Main St. in Charlottesville.