An upcoming Keene life plan community has named its administrative services director.
Suzanne Stevens was appointed to the role at Hillside Village recently by the Prospect-Woodward Home’s board of directors, according to a news release. When the campus on Wyman Road opens, she will oversee front desk operations, office equipment, supplies and the maintenance of files. She will also assist with budgeting and serve as the campus network administrator.
Stevens now serves as office manager for the Prospect-Woodward Assisted Living Home, the nonprofit organization sponsoring the Hillside Village project. Prior, she has held posts at NutraGenesis in Brattleboro; Worldwide Computer Solutions in Keene; Paperless Environments in Baton Rouge, La.; and MacMillin Co. in Keene. She holds a degree in psychology from Plymouth State University.
In addition to her professional responsibilities, Stevens stays active in the community, serving on the boards of Hannah Grimes Marketplace, the Greater Keene Chamber of Commerce and Monadnock Crop Walk.
Hillside Village is under construction on 9 acres of a 66-acre parcel and is expected to open early next year, according to the release. It will house 140 apartments for independent retirement living, in addition to 81 private rooms for assisted living, nursing and specialized memory care in its continuing health care center.