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Our Founders and Owners

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Dave Faeder

David Faeder, Managing Partner is a founding member and managing partner of Kensington Senior Living, leading the overall strategy and market positioning of Kensington in the senior living industry. He oversees the execution of the financing, development, and operations of all Kensington ventures. Between 1993 and 2003, he served in several positions for Sunrise, including President and Vice Chairman, and led the initial public offering and the company’s growth plan. Prior to joining Sunrise, Faeder was an officer of Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse First Boston focusing on real estate investment banking. He is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE:FRT) and a former member of the Old Dominion University Board of Visitors. Faeder is a former licensed CPA in Virginia and received his MBA with Honors from the University of Virginia.

Tiffany Tomasso

Tiffany Tomasso, Partner joined Kensington Senior Living as a founding member in 2010 to lead the management and operations of all Kensington ventures. Tomasso has over 30 years of experience in the operation and development of senior living communities. During her 17-year tenure with Sunrise, she was part of the executive team that successfully lead Sunrise’s domestic and international expansion. She was honored in 2003 by the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America and has served on the Assisted Living Federation Board (ALFA) since 2005. She served as the Chairman of ALFA from 2008-2010. She has an MBA from Widener University and a BA in Business Administration from Stockton State College.

Steve Lampa

Steven Lampa, Partner joined Kensington Senior Living in 2009 to help direct the management and operations of all Kensington ventures. He has over 40 years of experience in operations, human resources, brand management, and quality assurance in the hospitality industry. As Senior Vice President of Operations for Marriott International, Lampa was responsible for all rooms and related product and service development globally, and Marriott’s Lodging Quality Assurance system for North America. Lampa holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Northern Illinois University.

Tanya Walker

Tanya Walker, Partner joined Kensington Senior Living in 2012 to lead and manage the day-to-day operations of Kensington Park. Walker has over 25 years of experience in the operations and development of senior living communities. During her 18-year tenure with Sunrise, she opened and managed 10 senior living communities, championed the development of new products, and assisted in the design of Sunrise’s prototype assisted and independent living buildings. She served in a variety of positions including Director of Operations, Director of Product Development and Executive Director. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from The Pennsylvania State University in Health Policy Administration and Gerontology.

Matt Pasowicz

Matt Pasowicz, Partner joined Kensington Senior Living in 2013 as the Director of Environmental Services to support Kensington’s first acquisition and largest managed asset in Kensington, Maryland. In his 6 years at the community, Mr. Pasowicz spearheaded the implementation of over $5 million in mechanical capital improvements with a focus on life safety, building efficiency, and reduced energy consumption. Mr. Pasowicz is a partner with KSL and supports all its communities nationwide from an operations, development, and construction standpoint. Prior to joining Kensington, Mr. Pasowicz spent several years in the United States Virgin Islands, working in a property management and engineering role for a $30 million portfolio of luxury villas. Mr. Pasowicz holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Niagara University.

Michael Rafeedie

Michael Rafeedie, Partner joined Kensington Senior Living in 2016 to source development and acquisition opportunities and financing. Rafeedie is primarily responsible for the development and construction of The Kensington in Reston, Virginia, and a development pipeline consisting of nearly $200 million in total development cost. Prior to joining Kensington, he served in a variety of roles for Lincoln Property Company, and helped lead the entitlement, design, financing, construction, and management of nearly $200 million of real estate development and facilitated nearly $100 million of asset disposition. Rafeedie received his Master of Science and Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in Accounting from James Madison University.