Going into 2020, Aegis Living is taking an entrepreneurial approach to meet intense workforce challenges. And the provider’s president, Kris Engskov, is pushing for a broader industry effort.

“I am concerned about how fast we need to reposition the industry,” he told Senior Housing News. 

Specifically, Engskov does not believe that senior living as a whole has been effective in reaching millennials and other young workers, to promote the career opportunities available in this richly mission-driven field.

Engskov was hired by Bellevue, Washington-based Aegis almost exactly one year ago and started with the assisted living and memory care provider in the spring. Previously, he was…

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