On Monday, November 14th the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs had the pleasure of hearing Maria Manahan, CEO of Campbell-Stone Senior living, speak about the vital role Campbell-Stone plays in the Sandy Springs community.
Maria has been at Campbell-Stone four years. However, Maria’s ties to Campbell-Stone extend beyond the last four years. In the mid-90s, Maria worked at Campbell-Stone for 6.5 years in different roles. She returned to Campbell-Stone to serve on the Board of Directors and in 2018 became the organization’s CEO. Maria has spent her entire career in the nonprofit sector. She has a bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies from Georgia State University. A Certificate in Gerontology from Georgia State and a master’s in Policy Studies with a major in nonprofit management also from Georgia State.
For more than 50 years, Campbell-Stone has been on a mission. No one should have to choose between affordable senior housing and a safe, caring, active community. Campbell-Stone offer's two HUD-subsidized senior living communities—in Buckhead and in Sandy Springs. Their non-profit communities have become home to thousands of active and engaged seniors from all walks of life. A place where people of all cultures, beliefs and faiths are not only welcome and accepted, but respected, encouraged and supported in maintaining their independence and a wonderful quality of life.
Thank you for visiting the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs and for everything you do to help senior citizens in Sandy Springs, Maria!
To learn more about Campbell-Stone please visit https://www.campbellstone.org/