Our leaders at ESLC are highly experienced and dedicated professionals who are passionate about bringing inspired senior living to our communities every day. In turn, they inspire our staff and volunteers to deliver the friendly, respectful and supportive care that allows our seniors to age with meaning and dignity, throughout our continuum of care. If you’d like to contact any of our team listed below, just click on their name.
Loren has led Episcopal SeniorLife Communities for the past 34 years, an era of growth and opportunity for the organization to continue serving seniors in this community. Loren is a native Rochesterian with a Masters Degree in Public Health from the University of Rochester School of Medicine. He has served in various leadership positions in local, state, and national long-term care organizations and on many community boards. He is former Chairman of LeadingAge, NY, the recipient of the 1999 James W. Sanderson Award (LeadingAge New York), 1999 Chase Choice Award (Rochester Business Leadership) and the 2008 Lawrence E. Larson Memorial Award (Leading Age New York). His professional interests include public policy, program evaluation and leadership development.
Executive Vice President/Chief Financial Officer
Lisa has served at Episcopal SeniorLife Communities for 18 years, and is an experienced and trusted member of the senior leadership team. Prior to coming to ESLC, she worked at The ARC of Monroe County for a decade and five years in public accounting. Her role at ESLC includes business strategy, development, capital asset management, investment management, new business integration and all compliance reporting. She directly supervises the Controller (finance, payroll, purchasing), Revenue Manager, Director of Information Technology and the Director of Employee Relations. Lisa received the 2010 LeadingAge, NY Professional of the Year Award, one of the Association’s highest awards for her leadership and commitment to long-term care, and was the first recipient of the Loren J. Ranaletta Award of Honor at ESLC. Lisa is invested in the Rochester Community and has served on various local and statewide boards and committees including The Sojouner House, Pathstone and LeadingAge, NY.
Vice President of Community Outreach
Courtney has more than 20 years of experience in the senior living industry, 16 of which have been at Episcopal SeniorLife Communities. She is an integral part of the senior leadership team, and is responsible for contributing to the overall vision, strategic direction and program development of the organization. Courtney oversees the volunteer, chaplaincy, marketing, public relations, fundraising and neighborhood program efforts. She has served in many roles within the community including President of GRAPE (Greater Rochester Area Partnership for the Elderly) from 2007-2009, and has received numerous awards and honors including Professional of the Year from LeadingAge, NY in 2012 and the Loren J. Ranaletta Award of Honor in 2016. Courtney has a keen sense of industry knowledge, and is passionate about helping seniors and their loved ones as they transition through life stages.
Vice President of Healthcare Services
As the administrator of record, Amanda is responsible for the overall direction, management and compliance of The Episcopal Church Home, and has administrative oversight at Seabury Woods. She received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from SUNY Fredonia, and her master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from RIT with a minor in Gerontology. She is a 2013 LeadingAge Leadership Academy Fellow. Amanda joined ESLC in 2016 after six years as a leader in the healthcare industry – one year at Aldersgate Retirement Community in Charlotte, North Carolina and seven years at Unity Health System.
Vice President of Senior Living
John Broderick, a housing and community development professional with more than 28 years of experience in New York and Vermont, joined ESLC in 2017 as Vice President of Senior Living. Before coming to ESLC, he was a senior policy analyst for LeadingAge, NY where he led efforts to secure funding for new senior housing and supportive service programs designed to help seniors age safely in the homes of their choice. From 2009 to 2015, John was Executive Director of Shires Housing in Bennington, Vermont, where he developed and managed affordable housing, and was instrumental in the creation of SASH – Support and Services at Home – a CMS-funded pilot that provides care coordination in independent congregate senior housing. John has worked in both advocacy and operational roles for nonprofit community organizations since 1989.
Executive Director, River Edge Manor
Director of Nursing
Director of Information Technology
Executive Director, Pinehurst
Director of Facilities
Director of Life Enrichment, The Episcopal Church Home
Director of Environmental Safety
Director of Rehabilitation, The Center for Rehabilitation
Executive Director, Seabury Woods
Rev. Byron Roy
Executive Director, Valley Manor
Director of Dining and Nutritional Services
Mary Ellen VanAuker
Executive Director, Beatrice Place
Director of Employee Relations