Barbara Doyle wins award as outstanding mentor
December 21, 2007
Bedford, Mass. –
MassAging announced recently that Barbara A. Doyle, CEO of Carleton-Willard Village is the 2007 recipient of its Outstanding Mentor Award.
Doyle was cited for her service and leadership to the field of not-for-profit elder care for more than thirty years. In making this award, MassAging recognized Doyle’s leadership and inspiration to her staff and colleagues on both the state and national level.
According to Susan McDonough, vice pResident of Strategy and System Development at Covenant Health Systems, who submitted the award nomination, “Barbara Doyle has been an outstanding mentor to nearly everyone who works in not-for-profit elder care in Massachusetts, and has had a profound effect on many in the region as well as nationally.”
The Massachusetts Aging Services Association (MassAging) is the membership association representing the full continuum of not-for-profit providers of aging services including nursing facilities, Residential care communities, assisted living residences, housing providers, continuing care retirement communities, and community based service providers. MassAging members serve more than 25,000 older persons and employ more than 17,000 people.
Carleton-Willard Village is a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community located in Bedford.