Watercrest Senior Living Group Celebrates Rose Pietras, VP of Marketing on her Nine Year Employment Anniversary

by Jacob Solomon Feb 1, 2023 News
Watercrest Senior Living Group Celebrates Rose Pietras, VP of Marketing on her Nine Year Employment Anniversary

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Watercrest Senior Living Group is proud to celebrate the nine-year anniversary of Rose Pietras, Vice President of Marketing, guiding the marketing strategy of multiple brands of senior living communities.

Watercrest Senior Living Group celebrates the nine-year work anniversary of Rose Pietras, Vice President of Marketing over all senior living communities operated by Watercrest.

Since the beginning of Watercrest Senior Living Group, Pietras has offered her support wherever needed. She joined Watercrest as the director of market development and played a key role in the rapid growth of Watercrest into multiple markets in the southeast.

As vice president of marketing, Pietras uses her analytical skills and industry experience to achieve exemplary results in growth, census management and market strategy while overseeing business and marketing plans. She models leadership by establishing a foundation of trust and commitment to the community, residents, families and associates.

The Principal and CEO of Watercrest Senior Living Group says that Rose has been a leader in her positive contributions to the growth of the organization.

Watercrest has provided me with opportunities for career growth beyond my expectations. Our culture is built on pillars of trust, integrity, operational excellence, and a passion for serving seniors and those who care for them. I am proud to share in the Watercrest vision because of the confidence that my contributions are appreciated.

With over 20 years of senior living experience, Pietras shows a clear understanding of the effects of marketing and sales.

"Rose has supported the growth and expansion of Watercrest from the first community to the sixteen communities currently in operation or development throughout the Southeast," says Joan Williams, principal and CFO of Watercrest Senior Living Group. She has had an impact on each and every associate, resident, and industry partner over the past nine years.

Watercrest Senior Living has been a certified Great Place to Work for five years in a row.

Watercrest Senior Living Group was formed to honor our mothers and fathers, and to become a beacon for quality in senior living by exceeding standards of care, service and associate training. Watercrest senior living communities have been recognized for their luxury aesthetic, exceptional amenities, world-class care, and innovative memory care programming. Watercrest specializes in the development and operations of assisted living and memory care communities and the growth of servant leaders.

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Watercrest Senior Living Group celebrates the nine-year anniversary of Rosepietras' employment.

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