Joelle Margery has been named Vice President, Skilled Nursing. She will lead the administrative staff at all three Loretto skilled nursing facilities – Loretto Health & Rehabilitation, The Commons on St. Anthony, and the skilled nursing unit at the Nottingham. Joelle has been at Loretto for more than 10 years, and previously served as the Director of Nursing for Loretto Health & Rehab. She also had experience in several inpatient and outpatient settings before joining Loretto, including labor & delivery, the intensive care unit, and short-term rehabilitation. She earned her RN degree from St. Elizabeth College, her BSN from Southern New Hampshire University, and is a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant.
Jennifer Ingerson has been promoted to Vice President, Housing. Jennifer will oversee Loretto’s five assisted living facilities – Buckley Landing, Sedgwick Heights, The Bernardine, The Heritage, and The Nottingham, as well as Loretto’s Community Residences. Jennifer has been at Loretto for over 25 years, and previously was the Executive Director of Housing. She also had several years of experience as a senior housing consultant for organizations across the Northeast and managed other senior housing programs for Loretto. Jennifer is currently Vice President of the NYS LeadingAge Retirement Housing Cabinet. She holds a Master’s Degree in Health Services Management from The New School of Social Research, Green Belt certification in Lean Six Sigma, and is a graduate of Centerstate CEO’s Executive Leadership Development Series.
Stephanie Button has been promoted to Vice President, PACE CNY. PACE CNY is Loretto’s program of all-inclusive care for the elderly. Stephanie will manage operations across both PACE sites – The Sally Coyne Center in North Syracuse and Catherine McAuliffe Health Center in East Syracuse. Stephanie has been with Loretto and PACE CNY for more than 15 years, and previously served as the executive director of PACE CNY. She also had several years of social services experience with nursing homes in the Bronx, Queens, and Newark, NY. She holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Syracuse University, with a Certificate of Achievement in Gerontology from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from St. Bonaventure University.