The Osborn, a private, non-profit continuum of care community, announced its VP of Sales Christa Picciano-Daniello has been appointed President of LeadingAge New York’s Retirement Housing Cabinet and service line representative to the organization’s Board of Directors.
A dedicated professional with nearly 30 years of experience in the senior living sector, Ms. Picciano-Daniello joined The Osborn in 1998 and has held positions of increasing responsibility during the past 23 years. The Osborn has a 100+ year history of providing the full scope of senior living options on its 56-acre campus in Rye, which also features a renowned arboretum.
“As the premier advocacy group for aging services in the state, LeadingAge New York provided crucial support for the industry during one of the most difficult times in the history of senior living—as well as throughout the organization’s history,” said Ms. Picciano-Daniello. “As we thankfully emerge from the pandemic, I look forward to an expanded role that helps address the evolving needs of seniors and makes a positive impact for the future.”
According to Matthew Anderson, President and CEO of The Osborn, “We are proud that Christa has been selected for this well-deserved position. She has demonstrated remarkable caring for seniors throughout her long career and true dedication to the field of aging services. Her expertise will undoubtedly help LeadingAge New York guide its members and enhance senior living.”
Founded in 1961, LeadingAge New York represents not-for-profit, mission-driven and public continuing care providers, including nursing homes, senior housing, adult care facilities, continuing care retirement communities, assisted living and community service providers. LeadingAge New York's more than 600 members employ 150,000 professionals serving more than 500,000 New Yorkers annually.
Ms. Picciano-Daniello has been a speaker for LeadingAge national conferences and previously served as Vice President of the Retirement Housing Cabinet, which plans programming and public policy agendas for members. She also serves on the Board of Directors for The Hudson Valley Alzheimer’s Association and as a board member for the Westchester Private and Public Partnership.