Campus Continuum has assembled a management and advisory team with unmatched experience in assessing demand for, building, marketing and operating residential communities of life-long learners.
Gerard Badler, Managing Director of Campus Continuum,
has over 30 years experience as a marketing strategy consultant. He was president
of PIMS Associates,
a research and consulting consortium among 300 major corporations worldwide,
spun off from the Harvard Business School. He founded a consumer catalog
with the highest average order size of any in the US. Earlier he was a consultant
at The Boston Consulting Group.
David Carlen, founder and Director of Campus Continuum.
David has over 20 years experience in real estate finance and investment
management. He is also president of Norwich Corporation, an investment advisor
and manager for private placement equity real estate investment that was
formed in 1987. Previously, David was Vice President of Asset Management
at the Boston Financial Group, a real estate investment banking firm, and
a CPA with Ernst and Whinney.
Robert Dana Chellis, Senior advisor at Campus Continuuum.
Bob is the former
president of National
Lifecare and former president of the New England Gerontological Association.
He initiated and followed to completion the first continuing care campus
in Massachusetts, has testified on life care before the U.S. Senate Special
Committee on Aging, an appeared on Ted Koppel's special "Aging in the
21st Century." Publications include "Congregate Housing for the
Books, D.C. Heath, 1981, and "Life Care: A Long Term Solution," Lexington
Books, D.C. Heath, 1990.
Stanley Hurwitz, Director of Communications for Campus
Continuum, has over 25 years of experience in public relations, marketing
and advertising. Stan is also principal of Creative Communications, an independent
public relations / marketing consulting practice.
Jonathan Spencer, Director of Information Technology and principal of CyberArtisans, a firm specializing in web marketing, search engine optimization, and web development.