HEALDSBURG, CA—Enso Village, a Zen-inspired senior living community developed by The Kendal Corporation and the San Francisco Zen Center, recently welcomed Pamela Coleman as vice president of people and culture. This position will serve a critical role on the executive leadership team, focused on developing Enso Village as a pathbreaking place to work and thrive.
“Enso Village prides itself on being a unique place to work and live. We focus on a culture where staff and residents engage fully and form meaningful relationships,” shared Rosemary Jordan, CEO of Enso Village. “When searching for someone to fill this position, we knew we needed someone who understood the significance of working on a project that has never been done before, with national implications. We are confident that Pamela is the right fit.”
Coleman’s impressive background includes over 20 years of experience building high-performing, high-participation cultures. Her experience crosses multiple industries, including nonprofit, startup and growth organizations. Most recently, she served as the vice president of people and culture at a prominent food and beverage services organization.
“As a member of the Enso Village team, I am eager to develop a workplace worthy of our team members and residents,” Coleman said. “The Zen-inspired community, which sits on 15 acres of open space, provides a variety of wellness programs that will be sure to engage our members in their social, cultural, intellectual and spiritual life.”
Coleman’s toolbelt includes skills such as public speaking, project management and people operations. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brown University and has a Six Sigma Green Belt certification.
Enso Village is presently under construction in Healdsburg, CA and will open to residents in the fall of 2023.