Selina Sims-Steele Named Executive Director at Sopris Lodge at Carbondale

Team Member Selina Sims-Steele

CARBONDALE — Sopris Lodge at Carbondale, the newest retirement community in the Roaring Fork Valley for seniors aged 55-plus, announces that Selina Sims-Steele has been named Executive Director. In this role, she will oversee Sopris Lodge’s day-to-day operations.

Sims-Steele joined Sopris Lodge’s leadership team in 2020 and previously held the position of business office manager and human resources manager before being promoted. 

“Selina is a valuable asset to the team, and we are thrilled to elevate her position within the organization,” said Elizabeth Girling, Vice President of Operations and Development for WellAge Senior Living.

Sims-Steele has three decades of experience in senior care and is well-versed in every department, from nursing to administration. She previously worked as an executive director at another senior living community. She has a bachelor’s degree in applied science and is a certified Dementia Specialist and Assisted Living Administrator, and she has also sold real estate in the Roaring Fork Valley.

About Sopris Lodge at Carbondale
Located at 295 Rio Grande Avenue, Sopris Lodge at Carbondale is a Colorado-based retirement community offering independent living, assisted living and memory care residences in the Roaring Fork Valley. Set in the picturesque Rocky Mountain town of Carbondale and nestled between the historic destinations of Aspen and Glenwood Springs, Sopris Lodge at Carbondale is managed by 
WellAge Senior Living, a respected senior care management company.

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