Rockville, Md. – Ingleside, a not-for-profit premier provider of comprehensive older adult opportunities in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, has named Kenya Bryant as the executive director at Ingleside at King Farm.
Bryant has built up 10 years of valuable experience working at The View Alexandria by Goodwin Living (formerly Hermitage Northern Virginia). Bryant started out as the social services manager, before being promoted to the associate executive director, and eventually serving as the interim executive director.
“We warmly welcome Kenya to the Ingleside at King Farm family as she leads a dynamic team of professionals who are committed to serving residents who enjoy a very engaged lifestyle,” said Ingleside Chief Operating Officer Christine L. Podles.
Bryant holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems and Business Administration. She is a graduate of the Virginia, Maryland, and D.C. LeadingAge Leadership Academy, is a certified trainer for Dementia Friendly Virginia and Action Pact, Inc. Resident Centered Care, and is currently in the process of completing an administrator-in-training program to obtain her skilled nursing administrator license.
Along with maintaining strong ties to her time as a Delta Sigma Theta Sorority sister, Bryant is a mother of three, and resides in Alexandria, Virginia.
About Ingleside at King Farm
Ingleside at King Farm is an older adult living community located in Rockville, Maryland, and is part of the Ingleside family of communities. The CARF-accredited, SAGECare platinum LGBT cultural competency credentialed, not-for-profit life plan community provides residents independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, memory care, home care and rehabilitation services. Residents can engage in a wide variety of wellness and lifelong learning opportunities and access a broad range of person-centered programs and extraordinary amenities. U.S. News and World Report named Ingleside at King Farm a Best Nursing Home in 2020-2021. Ingleside at King Farm is located in the heart of King Farm, a walkable, intergenerational neighborhood.