CHICAGO — Sentrics, a Chicago-based technology company serving seniors housing, has added Robert Kramer to its Advisory Council.
Kramer is the co-founder and former CEO of the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC). Broadly recognized as one of senior living’s most influential and high-profile thought leaders, Kramer joins a group of leaders providing the Sentrics management team guidance and insight about the trends impacting the services and care in senior living.
Kramer, who launched Nexus Insights in 2020, offers new ideas about how to rethink aging and build next-generation solutions that meet the needs of the aging baby boomers.
“Bob Kramer has a reputation for being an ‘agent provocateur’ in senior living,” says Darin LeGrange, CEO of Sentrics. “His ability to recognize and identify a trend’s importance makes him critical to our think tank as we support an industry managing everything from continued COVID-19 concerns to changing resident and family expectations.”
“Seniors today want to stay plugged in, connected and relevant for years to come,” says Kramer. “They are challenging the way communities think about retirement. We need to take an active role in keeping seniors engaged and providing a lifestyle that is compelling.”
The Sentrics Advisory Council also includes: Kai Hsiao, CEO of Eclipse Senior Living; Anne Tumlinson, founder and CEO of ATI Advisory; Jerry Frumm, vice chairman and chief investment officer of Senior Lifestyle; Keven Bennema, founder and CEO of Charter Senior Living; and Bernie Wess, founder and president of Protoncare and Perseid Software.