When it comes to senior living excellence, you won’t find anyone more committed than Jamie Bravato. For fifteen years, Jamie Bravato has worked her way up through the ranks at Fairwinds – Spokane, a Leisure Care managed senior living community in Spokane, WA, most recently being promoted to CEO-level general manager.
Jamie joined Fairwinds – Spokane as a part-time program assistant right after graduation from Eastern Washington University. As a programs assistant, Jamie assisted the programs supervisor in creating fun and engaging programs that enhanced the lives of senior living residents. Soon after, Jamie was promoted to full-time program supervisor, then managing the guest services department, and then general manager. After 12 years at Fairwinds – Spokane, Jamie became a senior-level general manager. She is honored to be promoted to CEO-level general manager three short years later.
“I love working in the senior housing industry because of the positive impact I can make on seniors and their families. It’s so rewarding to be able to have a senior move into our community and watch them thrive as a resident. It’s great to be able to provide seniors with a lifestyle that is fun and fulfilling during their retirement years. They are supposed to be the best years of someone’s lives and we get to help make sure that happens!”
– Jamie Bravato, General Manager, Fairwinds – Spokane senior living
As a CEO-level general manager, Jamie has taken her community operations to the highest level of a world-class Leisure Care community. She has had financial success with excellent customer satisfaction scores and employee opinion scores throughout her career.
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