CareTrust REIT Announces Appointment of New Director
“We are grateful to Allen for his contributions in shepherding CareTrust from our early days to where we are today,” said
Careina D. Williams has an extensive background in analyzing, underwriting, financing, acquiring and managing commercial real estate across multiple asset classes. She is a
“We are extraordinarily pleased to have Careina Williams join our Board, and look forward to working with her,” said
With Ms. Williams’ appointment CareTrust's Board consists of five members, including
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Source: CareTrust REIT, Inc.