Gabrielle Genauer joined The New Jewish Home in 2016 as the Vice President and General Counsel. As the organization’s chief legal officer, she is responsible for all legal affairs and compliance across The New Jewish Home System.
Prior to joining The New Jewish Home, Gabrielle spent approximately nine years working as an associate with the law firm of Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP where she represented and advised clients on a variety of issues including litigation strategy, risk management, contract disputes, employment matters, corporate governance and compliance. She began her career in the nonprofit sector, directing a shelter for domestic violence victims.
Gabrielle earned a B.S. from Cornell University, where she majored in Human Development and Family Studies. She went on to earn a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, as well as a Certificate of Non-Profit Administration from UPenn’s Fels Institute of Government.
You can contact Gabrielle at .gro.1537572131emohh1537572131siwej1537572131@reua1537572131negg1537572131
Many people would post a five-star rating and lengthy review if they got a great pizza, but it may not have occurred to you to review the place where you or a loved one are receiving vital care.
It’s very important to The New Jewish Home to spread the word about our work in Manhattan, Sarah Neuman in Westchester and Kittay Senior Apartments in the Bronx, and we’d appreciate it if you’d post your feedback online. We promise that our team will read your reviews on Google Maps, Yelp and Facebook.
Click where it says ‘Write a Review’, which depending on the version of Google Maps you are using, will generally be found low down on the Jewish Home’s business description overlay next to the map. You’ll need to log in to your Google account (you’ll already have one if you use Gmail, Google+ or other Google services). As a heads-up, if you have set Google Maps to its Lite setting, it does not have a review function.
Select a star rating for your overall experience from 1 to 5 stars. Below the rating, you can also write a review, then post it.
Remember, your reviews are public, so anyone using Google Maps can see your review rating and text.
Click the ‘Write a Review’ button, found in red near the top of the page. Please bear in mind that to rate us, you need to be registered on Yelp.
Select a star rating for your overall experience of The New Jewish Home from 1 to 5 stars. Below the rating, you can also write a review. If you’re not ready to post it, you can save it as a draft, and finish it later. Once you’re happy with your review, click the ‘Publish’ button. Once you’ve published it, Yelp will ask you if you’d like to share the new review on your Facebook wall as well.
We have two Facebook pages; one for Kittay House in the Bronx, and one for all other facilities of The New Jewish Home in Manhattan, Sarah Neuman in Westchester, as well as our home health aides. Once you’re on the right page, follow these four simple steps.
1) Go to the reviews section on the left side of our page’s timeline
2) Click the gray stars to choose a rating and, if you’d like, to write a review
3) Set your audience
4) Click ‘Done’
Your rating and review may appear on our Page and will be public unless you change your audience. For example, if you select ‘Friends’ as your audience, only your friends who visit our Facebook page will see your rating and review. Only star ratings that are shared as ‘public’ are included in our page’s overall rating. Note: You can post a rating without including a review, but you can’t post a review without a rating.
Thank you for taking the time to write a review of The New Jewish Home. We are appreciative of your time and your feedback.
Tammy L. Marshall is the Chief Experience Officer for The New Jewish Home. With more than 25 years of experience in health care, Marshall has committed her entire career to the study and advocacy of elders and those who care for them. As Chief Experience Officer, she is an ambassador for change at The New Jewish Home, implementing Person Directed Care philosophies throughout the network.
Prior to arriving to The New Jewish Home, Marshall was the Vice President for Mission Integration & Strategic Planning for Upstate New York’s largest long term care system. For 15 years she led their Culture Change and Workforce Quality programs. Projects included the renovation and redesign of a 13 story, 583 bed, 1199 SEIU-staffed nursing home into “small homes.” She led a HEAL NY grant of $12 million to close one nursing home and reopen 13 as Green House Project homes. These projects required the education and training of over 2500 employees, from Member Boards to Executives and direct care partners. She also co-led two labor negations, securing new contracts and creating “universal workers” roles, setting precedence as being the first to negotiate a blended worker role within 1199/SEIU.
Marshall holds degrees in Nursing and the Social Sciences; however she credits her mentors, elders and those she works alongside as her greatest teachers and educators. She presents nationally at various trade and LTC affiliations on the topic of Person Directed Care and Strategic Planning. In her leisure time she consults for Woman Religious; supporting Sisters to strategically plan their congregations and convents future. She teaches yoga, practices bodywork as a licensed massage therapist and leads workshops for woman at her solely owned wellness center in upstate N.Y.
Rita Morgan previously served for 21 years as Associate Administrator and Administrator of Jewish Home’s Westchester Division, Sarah Neuman Center, a 300-bed nursing home and rehabilitation center in Mamaroneck and is now back serving in an interim capacity as its Administrator.
Prior to coming back to Sarah Neuman, Ms. Morgan (RN, MPS of Stony Point, NY) was Administrator of Jewish Home’s Bronx Division on Kingsbridge Road, which includes the 816-bed nursing home and rehabilitation center, as well as Kittay House, the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Gardens, the Kenneth Gladstone Building and Riverdale Housing for the Elderly.
Jewish Home was named first prize winner of the UJA-Federation Riklis Prize in Agency Entrepreneurship. The award recognizes initiatives in social enterprise that have the potential to serve a double bottom line of earned revenue and social good. Jewish Home was recognized for an avatar-based pilot project partnering with Canadian technology start-up, Jintronix. Elders recovering from orthopedic surgery, cardiac surgery or stroke can enhance their physical rehabilitation with this clinically sophisticated, interactive game-based program.
The Jintronix program allows clinicians to customize a patient’s regimen, provides patients and their physical therapists with immediate feedback to help them properly perform their rehab exercises and affords patients the opportunity to do so more frequently and in the comfort of their own home, thereby expediting their recovery.
It is anticipated that Jewish Home’s exclusive use of this system in the New York area market will distinguish us among our peers and lead to a significant increase in Medicare revenue.
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