(December 4, 2023 – ROCHESTER, NY) Travis Masonis has been promoted to Senior Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer at Jewish Senior Life. Masonis will continue to oversee Information Technology, Facilities, and Environmental Services, as well as a new line of business—Home and Community Based Services (HCBS).
Jewish Senior Life’s Home and Community Based Services will include Marian’s House and Living Well Companion Care. A new Licensed Home Care Services Agency (LHCSA) and Summit Care at Home will be part of the full list of service offerings once final approvals from New York State are completed.
“At Jewish Senior Life, innovation is not just a buzzword; it’s in our DNA,” says Masonis. He adds, “From superior care and service offerings to advanced technology solutions, we are committed to expanding our reach through an array of progressive home and community based services in order to care for aging people across the region.”
“Travis has consistently shown to be a high performer with a commitment to excellence,” says Michael S. King, President and Chief Executive Officer at Jewish Senior Life. King continues, “Thanks to a generous gift received by Jewish Senior Life Foundation to support the innovation of home based services, and under Travis’s leadership, Jewish Senior Life can now be nimble and responsive to these needs in the Greater Rochester area.”
Masonis graduated Summa Cum Laude from Rochester Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and holds a Master of Science in Health Care Informatics Administration from Roberts Wesleyan College. Masonis has been employed at Jewish Senior Life for over 12 years and is a licensed New York State Nursing Home Administrator. He additionally serves as the organization’s compliance officer.