Episcopal SeniorLife Communities recently hired Anne Rosati-Hooper as executive director of Seabury Woods, Lindsey Spinelli as resident care director of Brentland Woods and Brenda Pruden as nurse manager at The Episcopal Church Home.
Rosati-Hooper, of Charlotte, formerly served as clinical manager at ElderONE. She is responsible for overseeing the administration, fiscal integrity, programs and strategic plan of Seabury Woods in Gates. She holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing and a master’s degree in nursing education from Roberts Wesleyan College, as well as a Master of Business Administration from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Spinelli, of Webster, previously worked in medical oncology and radiology at Rochester Regional Health, as a residential nurse at Lifetime Assistance and as nurse coordinator at Hillside Children’s Center and Villa of Hope. She received her associate’s degree in nursing from Monroe Community College.
Pruden, of Geneseo, came to ESLC from the University of Rochester Surgical Quality Department, where she worked as a care coordinator. She received her RN from Corning Community College, a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Keuka College and is working toward her MBA in health care management at Western Governors University.