Meet the Concord Park Team
Director of Community Relations
Resident Care Director
Director of Business Administration
Director of Compass Programming
Director of Building and Grounds
Director of Dining Experience
AWARD WINNING CULTURE
Concord Park is professionally managed by Senior Living Residences, ranked #2 in The Boston Globe’s 2023 List of Top Places to Work in Massachusetts and Great Place to Work® Certified! To be recognized is an extraordinary honor, made so much more special because these achievements were based on direct input from our associates.
Families and elder care professionals alike have told us how much it means to them that Concord Park maintains such a dedicated, compassionate team of caregivers, some of whom have been with us since we moved in our first residents in 2001!
Our acclaimed integrity and consistency of care, open and collaborative environment and professional team of valued associates make Concord Park a great place to live and to work!
We asked Associates…
What do you like most about working at Concord Park?
“The difference I make at the end of the day even when I don’t think I have done anything productive, someone always notices.”
– Natasha Heimrath, Executive Director
“The residents and the families I serve every day.”
– Maryellen King, Director of Community Relations
“I love how we all truly work as a team together to give the residents the best care, delicious brain-healthy food and well-rounded social lives where they can just be themselves and love life.”
– Dan Petitt, Director of Compass Programming
“Each day is different and there is never a dull moment!”
– Ruchi Shanker, Director of Business Administration
“That we are here to help people live better lives. Many places have missions, but in many companies, a mission statement is just a slogan. Here, we have values that we live by because it is what is right, and we are always reminded of why we do what we do, which is to help people to remain as independent as possible, so they can enjoy their lives, no matter what their current situation is.”
– Misty Heldermon, Director of Building and Grounds