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Chief Executive Officer
James (Jim) Newbrough joined Menorah Park as Chief Executive Officer in October of 2016.
Under his direction, the Menorah Park campus continues its tradition of excellence to provide our community the best of resources, expert advice, programming, education, support services and residential living options for adults as they age.
Prior to joining Menorah Park, Jim was the President of the Home Care Division for OhioHealth Corporation in Columbus, Ohio. He served the health care industry for more than thirty years in a variety of positions including the Chief Operating and Chief Nursing Officer for Dublin Methodist Hospital, President of Cambridge Home Health, CEO of the VNA of the Treasure Coast, President of HomeReach (OhioHealth's home care company), Vice President with Visiting Nurse Service & Affiliates in Akron, Ohio, and the Administrator for Bon Secours Home Health Services in the Florida market.
Chief Development Officer, Menorah Park Foundation
Since August 2011, Joel has spent his entire professional life committed to nonprofit management and fundraising in Cleveland. After a two-year graduate student field placement at the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, he spent 27 years on the JFC staff culminating in a 10-year term as Executive Vice-President. Fox was honored with the Louis J. Kraft Award for outstanding professional service from the Jewish Communal Service Association of North America, which he served as national vice-president. He was selected for the Federation Executive Recruitment and Education Program, and the Jewish Federations of North America’s Mandel Fellows Executive Development Program.
Fox served as Executive Vice President of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation from 2007-09, and as Director of Development of the Great Lakes Science Center from 2009-11. He is a 2002 graduate of Leadership Cleveland. Fox graduated Magna Cum Laude/Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in Communications from the University of Pittsburgh,and received his Master’s of Science in Social Administration from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University in 1980. He is an inaugural inductee in the Mandel School Hall of Achievement, having been recognized with its Professional Achievement Award in 2016.
Vice President Human Resources
Jamie Herbst joined Menorah Park in 1996. She is responsible for leading the human resources department, with a focus on employee relations strategies that represent the organization’s culture and values. She oversees HR programs and initiatives that enhance the employee experience and partners with leaders across the organization. As a result, Menorah Park is known as an employer of choice throughout the healthcare industry.
Some examples of initiatives are as follows. The successful High 5 Employee Recognition program, highlights and recognizes staff members who demonstrate one of our 5 core values; Excellence, Compassion, Integrity, Service, and Stewardship. Enhanced technology provides staff with tools for easy access to important information. Schedules, benefit information, personal payroll information and more is available through most electronic devices including cell phones. An intranet portal creates opportunity to connect to what’s happening throughout our large health care organization on a daily basis. The Healthy You program encourages healthy habits by providing incentives for those who make choices with their own wellness in mind.
Prior to joining our team Jamie served in HR Generalist and Specialist roles within the Human Resources Departments of non-profit healthcare and social service organizations. She is a graduate of Baldwin-Wallace University.
Administrator of The R.H. Myers Apartments
Megan Cisler, Administrator of The R.H. Myers Apartments, has outstanding experience in the field of gerontology, effectively supporting the needs of older adults as they age helping each individual she engages to live life to its fullest. She joined the Menorah Park community in 2015. Her skills include management and operations, memory care, behavioral health and senior advocacy. She has a Masters in Gerontological Studies from Miami University and a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from Ohio Northern University.
Chief Operating Officer, Menorah Park
Offering more than 25 years experience in health care facility management, Richard has been at Menorah Park since 1990. His primary responsibility is in the operation of Menorah Park’s 360-bed skilled nursing facility, which offers long-term and sub-acute care to patients. He also oversees in-patient and outpatient rehabilitation, and the aquatic therapy center.
Richard received the Association of Jewish Aging Services’ (AJAS) Dr. Herbert Shore Young Executive Award in 2001, and the 2006 AJAS Professional award. He is an active Board member of AJAS, and he has co-chaired two annual AJAS conferences. He is a strong advocate for seniors and wellness services, and as a result, received the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA) Outstanding Advocacy Award in 2008.
Director of Public Relations and Marketing, Menorah Park Public Relations
Beth Silver has 20 years experience working in a senior care environment, and more than a decade of experience focused on strategic analysis and product development. She is on the editorial board of the Association of Jewish Aging Services of North America’s (AJAS) Journal on Jewish Aging, and co-authored an article entitled “Advocacy Initiatives for Senior Service Providers.” In addition to this article, she has written multiple articles focused on health care for research, trade and web-based publications, and recently received an Excellence in Communications Award from the Advocate of Not-For-Profit Services for Older Ohioans (AOPHA).
Her role as staff liaison for Menorah Park’s Government Relations Committee has led to the development of materials used as examples and tools by associations such as AOPHA and AJAS. Collaborative efforts with the committee have resulted in successful advocacy at the state level as well as several association awards. She is a member of the Government Relations Committee of the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland and advises local students in effective debate practices.
Vice President of Residential Services, Menorah Park
Nancy Sutula has a B.S. in Gerontology and an M.B.A. in Healthcare Administration, a Certified Aging Services Professional, and Ohio Licensed Nursing Home Administrator. She has had experience as an activities director, an adult day center manager, Housing Administrator at Breckenridge Village, and most recently, Administrator at Wiggins Place on the Menorah Park Campus
Associate Administrator, Menorah Park
Lori works closely with Richard Schwalberg, Chief Operating Officer.
Lori was most recently with University Hospitals and has also held
positions at Benjamin Rose Institute and Eliza Jennings
Senior Care Network. As an accomplished trailblazer with 25 years of
experience in the health care field, she has worn several hats including a role in leadership in partnership with the medical director for the Center of Geriatric Medicine and Palliative Care across the health system at University Hospitals. Her demonstrated skills and passion have led her to this next chapter at Menorah Park.“I’ve known this organization (Menorah Park) for more than 30 years and have always considered it the best in Cleveland. I walked in the door and it feels like you’re home. It’s a very welcoming culture. Staff works really well together in supporting each other. And the smiles and welcomes I continue to receive from everyone at
our campus community have been truly delightful." She added that Menorah Park is positioned well as an excellent provider of supports and services for adults as they age.
“One of my goals is to enter into additional collaborations in the community to support the needs of adults at an even greater level. We will continue to evolve as we see the needs and available opportunities change and grow."
Administrator, Wiggins Place
Frankie joined the Menorah Park team in May 2016, bringing 17 years of experience working with seniors in skilled nursing and rehab facilities, assisted living, and independent living facilities. Frankie served Wiggins Place as the Associate Administrator and Social worker, for more than a year before transitioning to the R.H. Myers Apartments in June 2017 as the Associate Administrator /Admissions Director /Social worker.
Her role in each building included assisting the Administrator, Admission /Administrative responsibilities and addressing tenant psychosocial needs. “I have learned so very much in the short time that I have been a part of the Menorah Park team. I have been challenged and grown professionally working in each building and have loved every minute of it!” Frankie shared. She said she is excited to transition to the role of Administrator of Wiggins Place and is grateful for this opportunity, planning to do her very best to continue to represent Menorah Park well as she leads the Wiggins Place team. Frankie attended The University of Akron and graduated with a BA in Social Work with a Language (Spanish) and is licensed as a Social Worker in the State of Ohio since 2001.
Administrator, Stone Gardens
Lisa has been a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator since 1995. She began her career after volunteering at Menorah Park for her mother, who was the Director of Human Resources at that time. Menorah Park was the spark that started her career. She has a bachelor’s degree in long term care administration from Ursuline College and completed her internship at Judson Park in Cleveland. She received her Master’s degree in Business Administration from Lake Erie College.
She started as an Administrator of an assisted living in Hudson and then went on to oversee multiple nursing homes and assisted living facilities with Care Communities. After 10 years there, she joined Ohio Living Breckenridge Village in Willoughby, Ohio and served as the Associate Executive Director for 13 years. In that role, she led many areas of the campus including the nursing home, rehab, assisted living, spiritual life, outpatient therapy, transportation services, and the dining/culinary programs across the campus. She gained a wealth of valuable experience in leading a state of the art retirement community and worked with many amazing residents and staff. After Breckenridge, she was a Regional Administrator overseeing multiple nursing homes and assisted livings.
Chief Nursing Officer
Anita joined Menorah Park as the Chief Nursing Officer in June of 2019. In her role, she supports our Nursing practice across the organization. She leads and sets the expectation for nursing practice throughout Menorah Park including long term care and short term sub-acute rehabilitation, Assisted and Independent Living, Memory Care, and Community Based Services.
“I am excited to be a part of such an amazing organization that focuses on Excellence in Caring!”
Anita’s career in nursing started in 2000 when she graduated from the University of Akron. She has over 15 years of nursing leadership experience. Anita holds a Nursing Executive Certification through the ANCC. Most recently, she worked at Lake Health as the director of Critical Care. She has a Bachelors and Master in Nursing. She recently graduated from the University of Missouri with her Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP). Anita is an Airforce Veteran.
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