Emerald Heights names new marketing and sales director

Jacqueline Claessens will oversee marketing programming at the Redmond senior living community.

  • Wednesday, September 26, 2018 8:30am
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Jacqueline Claessens. Contributed photo

Jacqueline Claessens. Contributed photo

Emerald Heights, a resort-style Life Plan Community, has named Jacqueline Claessens as its marketing and sales director.

A 25-year veteran of marketing and operations largely in senior living, Claessens most recently served as marketing director and community relations officer for Horizon House, a not-for-profit Life Plan Community in Seattle.

Claessens will oversee day-to-day marketing, public relations and sales programming at Emerald Heights.

“We are excited to have a talented senior living marketing expert join our team,” said Lisa Hardy, president and CEO at Emerald Communities. “Claessens is very knowledgeable in senior lifestyles and will be an asset to our team.”

Claessens has been a presenter at LeadingAge National Conferences as well as served on the LeadingAge Washington Marketing Forum.

Emerald Heights opened in 1992 and features onsite health care services for seniors.

To learn more about Emerald Heights, visit www.emeraldheights.com. Also, learn about health tips and features on the Redmond community on the Emerald Heights Facebook page, Facebook.com/EmeraldHeightsRedmond.

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