J. Dennis Morgan received his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Albion College and a Masters Degree in Urban Planning from the University of Michigan.
Dennis was the Budget Director for the City of Boston in Mayor Kevin White’s Administration before joining New Medico Corporation where he was Executive Director of a 110-bed, post-acute facility in Apple Valley, CA. Over the past ten years, Dennis has owned six successful skilled nursing facilities in Massachusetts. Dennis is also the President of Bainbridge Partners, a real estate advisory company in the areas of government relations and financing. Dennis serves as CEO and Managing Partner for Village Square.
James E. Sullivan graduated with a Masters of Management from Lesley College in Cambridge, Massachusetts and received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from Bentley College.
James embarked on his career in long-term care as an Administrator for ADS and then Genesis Health Ventures. James held the position of Regional Director of Financial Operations for New England Health Care Management. James is well respected for his professional approach to the health care needs of the elder population. James is currently the COO for Village Square.
Sean E. D’Urso graduated from Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts with a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting. He has worked in the long-term care finance field for more than 15 years.
Sean has worked with several long-term care organizations including The ADS Group, The Jewish Rehabilitation Center, and Landmark Health Solutions. He has held the position of Controller, CFO, and Director of Financial Operations. Sean is a senior financial manager with extensive experience in general accounting, financial reporting, debt financing, budgeting and reimbursement, due diligence, start-ups, and auditing. Sean serves as the CFO for Village Square.
Mark L. Carroll received his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Massachusetts in Boston and a Master’s degree in health administration from Lesley College in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Mark has been in the health care business for more than 20 years and is a licensed Nursing Home Administrator in two states, Maryland and Massachusetts. Mark’s passion for elderly care stems from a long line of health care executives within his family. He has held positions in both large publicly traded companies and the private sector.
In 2008, Mark opened a hospice agency, Brookhaven Hospice, to deliver quality end-of-life care to residents in a Skilled Nursing setting and in the community at large.