Anthony Ormsbee-Hale is the Vice President of People Operations at Civitas Senior Living. Civitas operates 45+ senior living communities in 6 states.
In his daily work, Anthony creates value for stakeholders across Civitas through strategy development and execution in talent acquisition, learning and development and performance management. Anthony supports the sustainability and success of Civitas through his work on the Corporate Risk Management committee and as a partner to leaders within the organization.
Anthony has been a featured speaker at the Texas Assisted Living Association and LeadingAge Texas annual conferences in addition to authoring “Turnover Reduction Starts With The Right Data" whitepaper published by Argentum. Anthony has also conducted several media appearances including multiple interviews on Bridge The Gap Podcast for Senior Living.
In 2018, Anthony co-founded the Texas Assisted Living Association’s Young Professionals Network and has been involved with industry initiatives such as Argentum’s HR Executive Roundtable, LEAD Program Steering Committee and the TALA Workforce Development Committee. Anthony also served on an advisory group for the development of a senior living apprenticeship program managed by Argentum with funds provided by the Department of Labor.
Anthony has completed executive education through Cornell University focusing on Strategic Human Resource Management and holds the Professional in Human Resources designation from HR Certification Institute and the Certified Professional designation from the Society for Human Resource Management.
Anthony’s professional background consists of senior living sales, marketing and operational experience with a variety of senior living asset types in secondary and primary markets. Prior to finding his passion in senior living, Anthony started his career in the non-profit industry as a volunteer and community education manager.
In his time away from work, Anthony enjoys spending time outdoors and can often be found in the garden or playing fetch with his dog, Jasper.