Meet the Senior Transition Guide Leadership Team
You’ll discover we have the experience and the background to provide you with the information and insight you need to be well-informed, and a leader for your family.
Jon Scott Williams
Regional Vice President/Executive Director | Christian Care Organization
Jon Scott is a Certified Assisted Living Facility Manager with 27 years experience in independent living, assisted living and long-term care.
His work has been recognized by the AzAHA, LeadingAge Arizona, for his innovative approach to improving the quality of service in long-term Care and Senior Housing Services by incorporating Medicaid approved assisted living Services in HUD housing. Jon Scott was awarded the group’s Best Practices Award in 2003.
A graduate of Arizona State University, he is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the National Society of Public Accountants, and Past Chair of LeadingAge Arizona.
Dr. William F. Pilder
William F. Pilder, Ph.D. is an educator, an entrepreneur and executive coach. He has been a founding partner in three entrepreneurial ventures, each related to providing career development and transition services to individuals and major corporations in a wide range of industries. In this context, he has been involved in major change management initiatives in the steel, energy and auto industries. He co-authored a series of eight books published by Prentice-Hall on the career transition process.
William’s current focus is on building communities for Elders in which each member is engaged in a work that constitutes the central purpose of their final years. Such communities will increase the health and longevity of their members. They will also provide a vast resource of talent and energy that can be brought to bear on a spectrum of social and environmental challenges.
Administrative Support Nurse | Christian Care Health Center
Judy Sgrillo, R.N., RAC-CT, DON-CLTC, is a career Registered Nurse specializing in the care of the elderly. Graduated from Yale New Haven Hospital School of Nursing, New Haven, Connecticut, she has worked in the private sector as Director of Nursing, Staff Development Director, and Infection Control Coordinator, and as Director of Quality Management for Covenant Health Network.
In the public sector, she has served as Program Manager of the Long Term Care Department for the Arizona Department of Health.
Judy is an RNC Certified Gerontological Nurse (1990), RAC-CT (2007-2013), and DON-CLTC, (2011.)
Executive Director Fellowship Square | Historic Mesa
Kristie Larsen, MSL, NHA, PHR, CASP, is a Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR), a Certified Aging Service Professional (CASP) and an Assisted Housing Manager.
Kristie is a graduate of Grand Canyon University. She is licensed as a Nursing Home Administrator (NHA) and as an Assisted Living Manager, and has served on the Arizona Board of Examiners of Nursing Care Institution Administrators and Assisted Living Facility Managers.
Executive Director | Fellowship Square Phoenix
Kathy is a certified and licensed Nursing Home Administrator, a Certified Assisted Living Facility Manager, and a Certified Assisted Housing Manager.
She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Applied Management and a Master’s of Business Administration from Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona.
Kathy has 25+ years of experience working with seniors in independent living, assisted living and long-term care.
Consultant | LeadingAge Arizona
Genny Rose has more than 30 years of healthcare leadership experience in key positions with long-term care and post-acute care services.
Prior to becoming the Executive Director for LeadingAge Arizona in January, 2007, Genny served as Vice President for post acute services at Sun Health Corporation, and as Administrator for both the free-standing skilled nursing facility, and the hospital-based facilities of Sun Health Corporation.
Genny has a Masters of Science in Health Services Administration from the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois, and a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The information, tools, and resources you are accessing are provided on behalf of America’s not-for-profit senior living communities. It has been offered as a service to inform and educate by The Christian Care Organization, a not-for-profit organization on the front lines of providing senior care.
Founded in 1979, Christian Care is a Christ Centered Organization. We are the nation’s 29th largest not-for-profit senior housing organization. Motivated by Christian love and concern, we strive to provide quality and responsive senior housing, hospitality, and healthcare services.
Christian Care is a member of LeadingAge, an association of 6,000 not-for-profit organizations. LeadingAge is dedicated to making America a better place to grow old. Together, we advance policies, promote practices, and conduct research that supports, enables and empowers people to live fully as they age. LeadingAge Arizona supports members with advocacy, communication, member services and education.