Brenda Haynes Schill named new executive director at Eastview

MIDDLEBURY — Sherry Klinck, chair of the board of EastView at Middlebury, announces that Brenda Haynes Schill has been named as new executive director of the nonprofit senior living community. “Brenda brings an extraordinary combination of skills and experience to EastView,” said Klinck. “The breadth of her background will be a real asset to this community.” 
Schill’s wide-ranging experience includes seven years in leadership roles at The Lodge at Shelburne Bay and the Converse Home in Burlington, where she addressed the full range of issues inherent in running a senior living facility — from safety to regulatory compliance to resident relations to medical decision-making, along with staffing oversight and responsibility. In addition, she has over 20 years’ experience in administration and management, with a significant focus on human resources.
Continuing education and professional growth have been a hallmark of Schill’s career. She combined an initial nursing degree with a degree in business administration a decade later, all in the context of professional positions that required continual growth and learning.
Schill says she is eager to take the helm of EastView, which opened to residents in 2012. “EastView is a terrific place, with great potential and an amazing group of independent-minded residents who are committed to building a strong community. I feel privileged to lead this effort; it’s the dream job.”
Outside of work, Schill volunteers in the greater community. She currently serves as vice chair of Lyric Theatre, based in Burlington, and is a Spirit volunteer at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts.

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