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The Leadership Series: John Rijos and Thomas Wellner

Comprehensive interviews with industry-leading executives to bring you unique insight into their personal stories.
January 17, 2017

John Rijos, Chief Executive Officer of CPF Living Communities
Meet John Rijos, chairman and CEO of CPF Living Communities and co-founder/operating partner of Chicago Pacific Founders, an investment fund focused on senior housing. Rijos is a senior housing leader with strong hospitality roots who has recently reemerged in the industry with a new company that some are calling "the next" Brookdale. Rijos, who spent more than a decade as president of Brookdale and worked to grow the... Read More »


Thomas Wellner, President & CEO of Revera
Meet Thomas Wellner, president and CEO of Mississauga, Ontario-based Revera. The company is an owner, operator and investor in senior living with more than 500 properties across Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom, including ownership of a 76% stake in Sunrise Senior Living. We sat down with Wellner to learn about Revera's partnerships, and why it's always important to stay practical—in business and in life... Read More »

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Ken Jaeger, Founder & CEO of MorningStar Senior Living
Meet Ken Jaeger, founder and CEO of Denver-based MorningStar Senior Living. Ken's senior living operations career spans more than 25 years, including a role as VP of Sunrise Senior Living from 1998 to 2002. There, he worked on new community launches—experience he later brought to his own startup: MorningStar. Today the company counts more than 20 communities in seven states, and it's still growing. Jaeger has also recently gained… Read More »


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