Montereau has selected Angela Larson as its new president and chief executive officer. Larson replaces David Murlette who was appointed to a leadership position at Mather, Inc. With more than 20 years of experience in the senior living industry, Larson brings a wealth of knowledge to the position. Chairman of Montereau’s Board of Directors, John-Kelly C. Warren, said, “We are thrilled she has accepted the position as she will focus on delivering the highest level of quality care and promoting a fun, home living environment through her unique personal touch.”
Shortly following her appointment, she shared, “I am honored and overwhelmed by the support of residents and staff as I transition into my new role as CEO at Montereau,” and went on to emphasize that her vision for Montereau is “to build upon the already unique culture and social experience in which residents are able to age in place with a sense of purpose while maintaining intellectual and physical fitness.”
Larson previously served as Montereau’s chief financial officer for more than seven years where she was responsible for managing and reporting the financials to Montereau Leadership and residents. As a member of Montereau’s Executive Leadership Team, she was tasked with providing direction, management, and leadership for strategic planning, corporate compliance and finance, and she served as the primary management contact for the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors.
Larson is very active in the senior living community and community at large. She has served on the board of directors for LIFE Senior Services for more than six years and was most recently appointed as Board Chair. She also is on the board for its PACE program and Caring Communities, an industry-specific member-owned liability insurance company exclusively serving not-for-profit senior housing and care organizations, where she serves on the Finance and Investment Committee. She is also a member of the Bixby Rotary Club.
Outside of Montereau, Larson is a leader on topics including senior living trends and maximizing financial resources. She has published articles in several industry publications.
Prior to joining Montereau in 2013, she worked for Ziegler, a privately held investment bank specializing in healthcare and senior living and education. Larson’s position as vice president of Senior Living Finance Research and Development focused on market research and trend analyses for education purposes.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Accounting from Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. Her industry specific credentials include: Certified Public Accountant, 2015 LeadingAge Leadership Academy Graduate, Certified Professional in Aging Services Risk Management (CPASRM), and successful completion of the Series 7 (General Securities Representative) Exam.
Founded in 2003 by The William K. Warren Foundation, Montereau was designed for Tulsa seniors to continue to live an active lifestyle that represents their values, spirit and style. The community has earned a reputation for raising the bar for Life Plan communities, formerly Continuing Care Retirement Communities. Montereau Retirement Community is located at 6800 S. Granite Ave. in Tulsa.