Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Proctor has enjoyed a long tenure with Presbyterian Senior Living. He joined the organization in 1971 and has since held positions as Registered Nurse, Director of Nursing, Executive Director, and Chief Operating Officer prior to becoming CEO in 1996. Mr. Proctor continues to work each day toward fulfilling his commitment to serve the residents, families and staff of Presbyterian Senior Living, as well as those in need of support outside of our network of retirement communities and senior living locations. He is a past chairman of PANPHA, AAHSA and IAHSA, and former board member of The Nativity School of Harrisburg. He currently is on the board of Forgotten Voices International.
Executive Vice President
Mr. Bernardo has more than more than 35 years experience as a social worker and gerontologist, working in aging services his entire professional career in community and facility based settings. He has been employed by Presbyterian Senior Living since 1985 as an Administrator, Executive Director and regional Operations Director prior to assuming his present role of Executive Vice President. Mr. Bernardo is actively involved in the professional community serving positions of state and national leadership. He has served on the Board of Directors of Leading Age, as the associations’ treasurer, and past chair of its membership and education committees. He is also a past Chair of LeadingAge PA. Bernardo, serve CARF-CCAC as a member of its international standard review process and surveyor.
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Prior to joining Presbyterian Senior Living, Mr. Davis held various positions in the field of finance, working at Dahlstrom Manufacturing, Eastern College, GAF Materials Corp. and at KPMG in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Mr. Davis is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Certified Management Accountants, Pennsylvania Institute of CPA’s and the Institute of Management Accountants. In addition to presenting at the state, national and international levels on our industry’s best practices, Mr. Davis teaches part-time at the School of Professional Studies at Eastern University.
Senior Vice President of Corporate Relations
Ms. Adamczyk has over 30 years of experience as a Human Resources professional in a variety of industries including banking, manufacturing and acute care. Beginning as Director of Employee Relations with Presbyterian Senior Living, she now oversees human resources, compliance and legal/liability issues. During her 20-year tenure with Presbyterian Senior Living, the organization has grown from 1,100 to more than 2,700 employees at locations across four states. Ms. Adamczyk is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management and the Central Pennsylvania Human Resource Professionals. She is the facilitator of the PANPHA Technology work group, serves on the AAHSA Workforce Cabinet and has frequently presented at AAHSA.
Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Dan Davis is responsible for the supervision of PSL Extended and Continuing Care Communities in PA, MD and DE. In this capacity he identifies future opportunities for expansion of programming in conjunction within PSL’s strategic plan. As the leader of the Operations Leadership Team, he develops and implements policies and procedures for Extended and Continuing Care Products and Services. He establishes and assures that standards are met for Extended and Continuing Care Products and Services in accordance with established PSL policies and procedures are in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. In addition, he provides support to PSL communities to ensure quality of care, resident rights, operational effectiveness and budget compliance. Mr. Davis has been with PSL for 17 years, and has served as Executive Director, Regional Executive Director, Regional Director of Operations and Vice President of Continuing Care Operations.
Prior to joining PSL, Mr. Davis worked in long-term care and the healthcare sector. In these capacities he worked in a variety of progressively responsible positions, including Nursing Home Administrator and Assistant Executive Director.
A graduate of Oklahoma City University, with a master’s in Organizational Leadership and Development from Shippensburg University, he is active in Leading Age and Leading Age PA. He has served as Treasurer on the board of the state association and as President of the Central PA Chapter.
Vice President of Population Health
Diane Burfeindt is responsible for developing and implementing PSL’s population health initiatives across the organization, including the development of partnerships that improve the lives of seniors and intergrate PSL’s communities with the evolving healthcare system. In this capacity she provides direction to PSL’s Continuing Care Retirement Communities and housing communities to respond to the needs of consumers and referral organizations. In addition, she is responsible for PSL’s housing communities throughout Pennsylvania and the development of services to support seniors. Ms. Burfeindt has been with PSL for 21 years, and has served as Executive Director, Regional Director and Vice President.
Prior to joining PSL, Ms. Burfeindt worked in the healthcare sector in a variety of progressively responsible positions.
A graduate of Shippensburg University, with an MBA from Bloomsburg University, she is active in Leading Age PA, Leading Age Housing Task Force, is a Fellow with the Larry Minnix Leadership Academy and a former CARF Surveyor. She has been published in many articles on healthcare partnerships in senior housing in McKnights Long-Term Care News magazine, Managed Healthcare Executive, Senior Housing News and Leading Age Magazine. She has also given presentations throughout the country at various Leadership Summits, Congressional Briefings and Annual Conferences regarding population health initiatives in affordable senior housing and population health.
Vice President of Finance
Dyan McAlister is responsible for the financing functions for PSL and relateds entities including short and long term debt financing, investments, cash management and contract negotiations for non-operating vendors. In this capacity she acts as an authorized agent on behalf of Presbyterian Senior Living with regard to assure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. She is responsible for the financial statement preparation and annual audit requirements used by both internal and external sources for PSL and affiliated organizations. In addition, she prepares payable tax submissions. Ms. McAlister has been with PSL for 17 years and has served as a staff accountant, Controller and Director of External Reporting.
Prior to joining PSL, Ms. McAlister worked in the finance sector. In these capacities she worked as a Staff Accountant, Auditor and CPA.
A graduate of Messiah College, with a bachelor of science and is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, she has served on the Boards of Forgotten Voices International and Carlisle Christian Academy.
Vice President/ Controller, Community-Based Housing
Malynda Hivner is responsible for the general management of accounting and financial reporting functions for PSL’s community based housing, Housing Management Corporation. In this capacity she provides leadership and support of tax-credit applications and development as well as financing. She is responsible for working closely with management and staff to support Operations. In addition, she is responsible for the general management of recruiting, supervising, training and developing Finance and Accounting-Community Based Housing staff. Ms. Hivner has been with PSL for 11 years and has served as Assistant Controller and Controller-Community Based Housing.
Prior to joining PSL, Ms. Hivner worked in the finance sector. In these capacities she worked as a Staff Associate, Senior Associate, Senior Financial Analyst and Manager-Audit and Assurance.
A graduate of Shippensburg University, with a master’s in human resources from St. Frances University, she is active in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Vice President of Human Resources
Cindy Fox is responsible for overall employee relations strategy for Presbyterian Senior Living. In this capacity she develops and implements all policies and procedures necessary to assure qualified staff is available along with programs to enhance employee satisfaction and retention and handle compliance with EEO, ADA, FSLA and all other Human Resource laws and regulations. In addition, she develops and administers wage and salary administration, position description development, and performance management systems. Ms. Fox has been with PSL for 7 years and has served as Corporate HR Director prior to her current position.
Prior to joining PSL, Ms. Fox worked in the human resource sector. In these capacities she had worked in a variety of progressively responsible HR positions from Recruiter to HR Manager and HR Director.
A graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, with a master’s in Industrial Organizational Psychology from the University of Tennessee, she is active in SHRM and is President of the United Methodist WC Trust for Quincy Village.
Vice President of Extended Care Operations
Teresa Buchman is responsible for developing and implementing PSL’s Extended Care strategy. She establishes and supports implementation of standards and systems for clinical delivery in all levels of care services. In this capacity she provides direction to Assisted Living, Personal Care and Community Based programs. In addition, she provides ongoing support to PSL communities to ensure quality of care and product delivery appropriate to their local health delivery systems, including the health centers in each community with short stay skilled nursing and long term care. Ms. Buchman has been with PSL for 11 years, and has served as Health Center Support Manager, Corporate Director of Clinical Services and Vice President of Clinical Services.
Prior to joining PSL, Ms. Buchman worked in long-term care and the healthcare sector. In these capacities she worked in a variety of progressively responsible positions, including DON and Regional Consultant.
A graduate of Mount Aloysius College, with a B.S.N., she is active in Leading Age, APIC, NEC and Senior Living Care & Compliance Council. She has been published in various articles on Nursing Care for Seniors in McKnights Long-Term Care News magazine.
Vice President of Plant Operations and Assets
Casey Jones is responsible for leading the organization’s environmental services function to assure the provision of a clean, sanitary, safe and attractive environment for residents, family members, visitors and employees. In this capacity he provides direction for coordination of prevention plans and systems, disaster preparedness plans, overall community safety (resident and clients, employee and visitor), OSHA compliance, Physical Security, IT Infrastructure and equipment and all policies related to risk management and/or safety in conjunction with corporate and community staff as appropriate. In addition, Mr. Jones plans, directs, and coordinates activities concerned with construction and other capital projects for PSL. He is responsible for negotiation, maintenance and compliance of PSL property and liability insurances and manages projects of varying size and complexity to ensure compliance with construction documents, all applicable laws and regulations, Presbyterian Senior Living standards, work schedules and cost estimates.
Mr. Jones has been with PSL for 5 years and has served as Corporate Director of Environmental Services and Risk prior to his current position.
Prior to joining PSL, Mr. Jones served twenty-four years in the US Military, six years in active duty and eighteen years in the Army National Guard in positions of Battalion Chief Instructor, Public Affairs Senior NCO, Division HQ G3, Senior staff NCO (Master Sergeant). He has also worked in the Operations and Construction Management sector. In these capacities he worked in Operations Management and Sustainment, as Director of Construction Administration and as Executive Director of Facilities and Enterprise Risk Management.
A graduate of Elizabethtown College, with a Bachelor of Professional Studies in Business, he is active in South Central PA Task Force, The Hospital Association of PA, National Facilities Management & Technology, International Facility Management Association and Green Building Council.