ANDY KOHLBERG
Vice Chairman

Andrew S. Kohlberg is the Founder, President and CEO of Kisco SeniorLiving, LLC. Mr. Kohlberg’s primary responsibilities are providing strategic planning and direction for property operations and management as well as sourcing and executing acquisitions including the placement of equity and debt financing.

Through his timely purchase of well-located retirement properties, he built Kisco’s core portfolio of assets. The portfolio includes 18 communities in five states with over $115 million in annual revenue and a staff of approximately 1300.

He is now carefully expanding the company through new development and acquisitions. Under his direction a superb management team has been assembled including a Chief Operating Officer, Chief Development Officer, Chief Financial Officer and supporting Home Office associates in specialized areas such as training, human resources, marketing, sales, risk management, health care and dining. He personally conducts focus groups with residents and staff to improve resident satisfaction.

Mr. Kohlberg attended the University of Tennessee and has completed advanced studies at the University of California San Diego in real estate economics and feasibility analysis, commercial real estate development, fundamentals of construction and legal aspects of real estate investment. He is an active member of the American Senior Housing Association (ASHA), California Assisted Living Facilities Association (CALFA), and the San Diego chapter of Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO).

In November 2002, the Seniors Housing Council awarded him the SAGE Person of the Year Award for his commitment to the seniors housing industry. In April 2003, he accepted the Icon Award in the Service Enriched Builder/Developer category from the National Association of Home Builders.

Prior to joining Kisco, Mr. Kohlberg enjoyed a successful professional tennis career, competing in the semifinals of Wimbledon and quarterfinals of the U.S. Open, was named NCAA Collegiate Player of the Year and was an All-American at the University of Tennessee. He represented the United States on the Junior Davis Cup and Sunshine Cup Teams, as well as in the Pan American Games where he won a gold medal.