James Rosenman, CEO & Administrator is Chair of LeadingAge CT


Groton, Conn. – Fairview is proud to acknowledge CEO and Administrator James Rosenman who was sworn in as Chairman of LeadingAge Connecticut at a ceremony on Tuesday, October 24.

Rosenman was also presented the Spirit of Innovation Award for his many contributions to Fairview.

LeadingAge Connecticut is an association of not-for-profit organizations serving older adults and disabled individuals across the continuum of services. LeadingAge advances policies, promotes practices and conducts research that supports, enables and empowers people to live fully as they age.

Located on 70 acres of riverfront land in Groton, CT, Fairview was founded in 1892 by the CT Independent Order of Odd Fellows Grand Lodge as a non-profit senior housing and healthcare provider. Today, the campus includes multiple facilities, providing rehabilitation services and options for independent living. Although membership in the Odd Fellows is no longer required for admission, we are still guided by the organization’s principles of friendship, love and truth.

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