CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Commonwealth Senior Living, a Charlottesville-based owner-operator, has hired Mark Miyasaki as chief financial officer, Stephanie Pfingsten as senior vice president of resident care and Archie McAlexander as director of clinical services.
Miyasaki will oversee financial operations for all Commonwealth communities and the management company. He brings over 20 years of experience in managing the financials and operations of senior living communities and real estate. He previously served as chief financial officer for Sodalis Senior Living.
Pfingsten has over 21 years of experience in nursing system development and implementation, healthcare operations, practice management and nursing engagement. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology/human development and family studies from University of Missouri-Columbia, and her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Missouri- St. Louis. She most recently served at Charter Senior Living as the vice president of health and wellness.
McAlexander was most recently the director of care transformation and quality with Charter Senior Living. He was also divisional director of care management for Atria Senior Living for eight years.