Kera L. Wooten named Executive Director of Westminster at Lake Ridge
LAKE RIDGE, Va – Ingleside, a premier provider of comprehensive older adult opportunities in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, has named Kera L. Wooten as the executive director at Westminster at Lake Ridge. A life plan community located in Lake Ridge, Va., Westminster at Lake Ridge is one of three not-for-profit communities operated by Ingleside.
Wooten has over 20 years of experience in the senior living field and was promoted to executive director after serving as Westminster at Lake Ridge’s Independent Living Administrator. She previously worked for Erickson Living and Sunrise Senior Living.
“Kera has already been such an incredible leader within the Westminster at Lake Ridge community,” says Ingleside COO Christine Podles. “We are so excited for this next, new chapter with Kera at the helm.”
Wooten has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Delaware State University and holds a Food Manager Professional Certification. She has also received Train the Trainer, Foundations of Leadership, Erickson Tactical Leadership and Alzheimer’s certifications. She has served as the chair of family and consumer services for Fairfax County Public Schools and as a board member for the Ronald McDonald House of Northern Virginia.
About Westminster at Lake Ridge
Westminster at Lake Ridge is an older adult living community located near the historic Town of Occoquan, Virginia, 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, respite services, 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 Westminster at Lake Ridge a Best Nursing Home in 2020-2021. Westminster at Lake Ridge is 30 minutes from Washington D.C. and is nestled in a beautiful, wooded 62-acre campus environment, featuring two ponds, gardens, and trails to the Occoquan River. For more information, visit www.wlrva.org.