The long-term success of any company can almost always be traced back to the experience of its leadership team. At Leisure Care, we have one of the most experienced senior management teams in the industry. This tenured group of leaders offers a rare perspective that combines a historical view of the industry with a progressive, innovative drive towards the future.
Dan Madsen | Chairman & CEO
Chairman & CEO
Dan Madsen has developed a combination of people, platform, and pipeline focused on changing the way business is done. He’s a tireless and inspirational leader with the drive and vision to make Leisure Care not only a great company to work with, but also a great company to work for. Since 1988, his business philosophy has been simple—put people first, and positively impact the lives of employees, customers, and business associates every day. Dan’s commitment to philanthropy has helped create a culture of giving, and his dedication to the industry has led to his involvement as a member of various boards.
Judy Marczewski | Partner & Chief Financial Officer
Partner & Chief Financial Officer
Judy Marczewski joined Leisure Care as Chief Financial Officer in March 1999, and was named partner in 2003. Her experience in executive positions for KeyCorp, Key Bank of Washington, and CTS International, Inc. has prepared her well to serve as CFO. Judy is a graduate of Leadership Tomorrow, and is actively involved in Treehouse, an agency committed to improving the lives of foster children. She is also active in NIC and the Future Leaders Council. After a full day of reviewing financial histories, projecting trends, and forecasting future performance, Judy can be found enjoying the great outdoors with her family (more specifically, the slopes after a good snowfall). It’s this balance of family, community, and work that makes her perfectly suited for the role.
Andy Gomes | Senior Partner — One Eighty
Senior Partner — One Eighty
Andy Gomes joined the team in 1990 with an extensive background in the hotel and restaurant industry. His experience has been a driving force in laying the foundation for a solid, service-focused operations department, and it resonates in all business he conducts. Andy’s primary focus is the support and development of hospitality brands. Like Andy, his team is driven to find new and better ways to do business, regardless of industry or product. Andy’s service-oriented background is evident in his personal life as well. Having served his term as the President of the Board for Bridge of Promise, currently, Andy remains as a consultant to the organization’s Executive Director.
Scott Billbe | Partner & Vice President – Controller
Partner & Vice President – Controller
Scott joined Leisure Care in 1999 to lead the accounting team as Controller, and in 2003, he was promoted to Vice President and Controller. Scott began his career in public accounting with an international CPA firm where he specialized in auditing healthcare-related clients. He also served as Senior Internal Auditor for Hillhaven Nursing Homes, as well as Chief Financial Officer of a community health center prior to joining Leisure Care. He’s a graduate of Washington State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. When he’s not at work, Scott can be found playing guitar, working on his next musical collaboration with his daughter.
Hoyt Scott | Partner & Vice President – Development
Partner & Vice President – Development
Hoyt joined Leisure Care as a Construction Manager in 1998. Prior to joining Leisure Care he worked as an architect in a design firm in San Francisco, and managed the design and construction of several large commercial and residential buildings. Hoyt’s career has continued to grow during his time with the company. He is now responsible for all aspects of new community development, including market research, site selection, entitlements, financial analysis, design and construction. He also directs the team conducting renovations of existing Leisure Care managed properties. He takes great satisfaction in making sure that the buildings his team builds make great places to live for Leisure Care’s residents. Hoyt has volunteered at many of the non-profit agencies Leisure Care supports, including Treehouse and Youthcare. Hoyt has a B.A. in architecture from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master’s degree in real estate development from Columbia University. He enjoys urban living with his partner in downtown Seattle.
Greg Clark | Partner & Executive Vice President
Partner & Executive Vice President
Greg joined Leisure Care in 1998 as Management Associate of Fairwinds – Rio Rancho in New Mexico. He quickly took over as General Manager where he successfully led the community until 2005 when he joined the operations team at the corporate office in Seattle. In 2009, he was promoted to Vice President – Operations and four years later named a partner in the company. He was named Executive Vice President in 2017 and leads the service and functional teams that make up the Leisure Care platform, bringing Leisure Care’s systems, signature programs, and Five-Star Fun to life. After graduating from Arizona State University and spending time in the food and beverage industry, Greg was drawn to senior housing because he wanted to make a difference in people’s lives and have his days matter. This is evident in his personal life as well. Greg currently sits on the board of New Beginnings, an organization whose mission it is to end domestic violence, and was previously involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Rotary and Storehouse West Food Bank. When not at work Greg enjoys spending time with friends and family, outdoor activities, and scuba diving.
Ryan Rasar | Partner & Chief Operating Officer
Partner & Chief Operating Officer
Ryan joined the Leisure Care team in 2000. His first role was as a Manager in Training and shortly thereafter he was promoted to General Manager, and now COO. Coincidentally, he was managing the same community that his grandmother had lived in a few years prior. In fact, Ryan’s grandmother played a large role in his profession in the senior housing industry due in part that he lived with her for five years. In 2004 Ryan joined the Leisure Care home office team and has been in an operational capacity ever since. In this role, he oversees the operational leaders of the communities and is responsible for their overall performance. He also represents the operations team with workers’ compensation and has initiated key objectives to lower the number of workplace injuries. Outside of work Ryan helps spearhead volunteer efforts at the Seattle Union Gospel Mission Search and Rescue where they find and feed homeless people. In the past, Ryan also spent many years involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound. In his free time, Ryan can be found spending time with his family, mentoring youth in the community, or enjoying the PNW fishing, skiing, and hiking. Ryan graduated with a BA in business from Washington State University.
Bre Grubbs | Partner & Executive Vice President – Revenue Strategies
Partner & Executive Vice President – Revenue Strategies
Bre’s introduction to seniors housing and Leisure Care was as a marketing intern in the summer of 2001. She was inspired by the company’s philosophy of making a positive impact, which ultimately led her back to the company in 2005. Her first role in the company was as a community sales advisor, and success in that role, as well as a passion for market research, quickly led to a move to Leisure Care’s home office, where she was a market research analyst. From there, Bre’s responsibilities grew along with the company’s development and acquisition pipeline, and in 2011 she became the director of Leisure Care’s new business team. She headed that growing department until 2021 when she assumed her current role as Partner and Executive Vice President – Revenue Strategies. In this role, Bre oversees sales, marketing, and new business for Leisure Care. Her focus is on collaboration with all company disciplines and external partners with the goal of achieving optimal performance and maximizing responsible growth. Leisure Care’s philosophy of making a positive impact on the company’s residents, families, employees, and business partners still drives her. She loves that her role helps bring greater opportunities to do so to the company. Outside of work, Bre can often be found keeping score at her 11-year-old son’s baseball games or working with the Washington State University Granger Cobb Institute for Senior Living to grow their senior living program. She is also actively involved with the NIC and serves on the National Conference Planning Committee. Bre is a proud Washington State University alumni and has a Graduate Accounting Certificate from the University of Washington.