CEO Today Business Woman of the Year Award 2018

Juniper Communities, a leader in quality, value and innovation in seniors housing, today announced its founder and CEO, Lynne Katzmann, has been named a winner of the CEO Today Business Women of the Year Awards 2018.

Every year CEO Today Magazine recognizes the most respected women who are the driving force behind their business while also driving the equality agenda within their business and beyond. To identify its annual CEO Awards winners, CEO Today conducts research on the impact of women in business by assessing achievements, leadership, accolades and commercial results and polling thousands of stakeholders including investors, analysts, employees, colleagues, clients, media professionals and industry peers.

“I am honored to be recognized by CEO Today Magazine as a winner of the 2018 CEO Awards,” said Lynne Katzmann. “This award is a testament to Juniper Communities and the exceptional work of our associates who are committed to supporting the wellbeing of our residents and help them maintain an engaged lifestyle.”

CEO Today Magazine’s Business Women of the Year Awards celebrate the success, innovation and strategic vision of leading businesswomen across several sectors and industries, identifying the most forward-thinking women operating at the highest level in business today.

Lynne Katzmann is the driving force behind Juniper Communities, which invests in, develops and manages seniors housing communities. Celebrating its 30th Anniversary, Juniper Communities is consistently listed as one of the top industry providers.  Throughout her career, Lynne has been a pioneer in driving corporate gender equality and has built leadership teams which are more than 75% women. As a highly sought after speaker and board member, she strives to elevate the role and recognition of women in board rooms.

Considered a visionary in the industry, her brain-child, the innovative Connect4Life program is Juniper’s signature solution to the escalating demand for healthcare, higher healthcare costs and problematic or poor outcomes. This model has been proven to improve residents’ care by decreasing hospitalizations, re-hospitalizations and urgent care visits, while offering potential cost savings to public programs such as Medicare.  It is receiving industry accolades for its significant benefits to residents and their families, and cost savings to Medicare.