Pictured from left to right: Jewelie Boyce, Sales Counselor at Promise Pointe; Dr. Kathryn Hyer, Associate Director at USF School of Aging Studies; Dr. Lindsay Peterson, Internship Director at USF School of Aging Studies; Samuel Stone, Executive Director of Affinity Living Group; Steve Strumpf, Operation Specialist at Affinity Living Group; Kirk Eicholtz, President and CEO of Christian Tyler Properties, LLC
Published: June 6, 2019
A season of growth and new beginnings. The bloom in the air calls for gifts to be shared.
Last Friday, Promise Pointe at Tampa Oaks presented a financial gift to the USF School of Aging Studies representatives Dr. Kathryn Hyer and Dr. Lindsay Peterson.
“It is our pleasure to be able to help those USF students to follow their dreams and aspirations to be the great leaders of the senior care industry of tomorrow,” said Christian Tyler Properties, LLC President and CEO, Kirk Eicholtz. “The ambitious millennials are clearly the future of a robust and ever-changing senior care world. We want to help guide them to seek their full potential.”
The University of South Florida is a major partner for CTP’s Tampa, Florida community consisting of assisted living and memory care units. This preeminent university is paving the path for the Senior Care front-runners of the future. Students in the USF School of Aging Studies tackle the many complex issues faced in understanding the biological, psychological, social, and public policy aspects of aging.
During the first year, Promise Pointe has proven to be an innovative leader in the senior care industry, piloting first-of-their-kind programs and establishing partnerships with key organizations. After the Health Fair, Promise Pointe held at the end of April, Promise Pointe used the money collected for this gift to USF.
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