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The Leadership Series: Robert G. Kramer and Sue Farrow

March 15, 2017

Robert G. Kramer, Founder & CEO of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC)
Meet Bob Kramer, founder and CEO of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing and Care, or NIC, based in Annapolis, Maryland. As the data hub for the seniors housing industry through its NIC MAP service and provider of one of the industry's largest annual conferences each year, NIC was founded as a non-profit to enable access and choice for America's elders in seniors housing and care by informing debt and equity investors on seniors housing... Read More »


Sue Farrow, Founder & Owner of Integral Senior Living
Meet Sue Farrow, founder and owner of Carlsbad, Calif.-based Integral Senior Living. Now with 60 contracts, the pure-play senior living management company has grown from a single memory care contract Farrow and her fledgling company signed in 2001 to what it is today. We sat down with Farrow to learn about how she chose to focus on a management-only model, why she believes relationships are at the core of her success in senior housing, and what she sees as some of the... Read More »

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Justin Hutchens, President of HCP, Inc.
Meet Justin Hutchens, president of HCP, Inc. Now in the C Suite of one of the "Big 3" owners of health care real estate, Hutchens is applying his operations and finance expereince toward HCP's growth path. We sat down with Hutchens at HCP's Irvine, Calif. offices to hear about how he worked his way through the senior living ranks, what he would have done differently along the way, and why it's the feedback he's not hearing—that keeps him up at night... Read More »


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