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The William Breman Jewish Home recently announced that Jenice Cunningham has been chosen as the Executive Director of The Home’s newest community, Berman Commons. The announcement was made soon after the Dunwoody City Council approved two land waivers that cleared the way for the project to move forward on schedule.
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Berman Commons will be a kosher assisted living and memory care community located adjacent to the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA). The project, widely anticipated by the community since 2008, will break ground this fall and is slated to open in December 2014. All residents of Berman Commons will be able to take advantage of member programs at the MJCCA in addition to the services and activities available at Berman Commons.
Although she has been with The Home’s Zaban Tower independent living community since February, Cunningham most recently served as Executive Director of another assisted living facility in the area.
“Like all communities affiliated with The Home, Berman Commons will be a place where residents and families feel well cared for and cherished,” said Cunningham. “I am thrilled to be part of this exciting project.”
The Home’s CEO Harley Tabak expressed his confidence in Cunningham.
“We are delighted to have Jenice on board,” Tabak said. “She has firsthand knowledge of how to run a successful, kosher community and is well respected by both families and her peers.”