Emily Nardiello
Executive Director

Anne Stein
Director of Community Relations

Christa Frederick
Resident Care Director

Brooke Bacigalupo
EnrichedLIFE Director

Kristen Haire
Director of Compass Programming

Maureen Flannery
Director of Dining Experience

Elizabeth Coward
Director of Business Administration

Halliday Andrade
Director of Building & Grounds

Senior Living Residences is honored to have been named the #4 Top Place to Work in Massachusetts by the Boston Globe. We are so grateful to our incredible associates, whose hard work, ideas, and dedication made this achievement possible.

We asked associates…

What is the most rewarding part of your job?

I have always found it to be a privilege to be let into people’s lives and be able to help them in a meaningful way. For me, the most rewarding part of my job is to be able to witness our residents succeed due to the help that they now have in place at Neville Place Assisted Living. I feel so much joy when our residents live their lives to the fullest, whatever that means to them.

– Emily Nardiello, Executive Director

“I enjoy getting to know all of the residents and creating programs unique to their interests. It is a rewarding opportunity to be able to have a direct impact on others lives. It’s fulfilling to be in a position where I can ensure that residents are always looking forward to the next day.”

Brooke Bacigalupo, EnrichedLIFE Director

“The most rewarding part of my job is making sure that everyday is full of fun activities that all the residents can enjoy, and being a friendly face that they know they can always talk to.”

– Kristen Haire, Director of Compass Programming

“The most rewarding part of my job is getting to know the residents at Neville Place. I love hearing their stories and interacting with them on a daily basis. We chat about the weather, current events, our families, and so much more. A big topic of conversation is often my son, Landyn, or my dog, Sunny. Everyone loves to hear what those two are up to and if they’re staying out of trouble! Neville Place has become my second home and I am so thankful to be here every day.”

– Elizabeth Coward, Director of Business Administration

“First I would say, to serve a healthy and satisfying meal. Mealtime is a very important social activity and it happens three times a day. Residents come and visit with each other, make new friends, comfort friends when necessary, and are just able to relax and feel comfortable. The dining department helps our residents feel special, anticipating their every need from the meals we serve to the beautiful dining experience they have. They leave with a smile and the feeling that they are so very special. To see this is the most rewarding part of my job as it is teamwork that makes it all happen.

– Maureen Flannery, Director of Dining Experience