Design & Development
CEO, Action Pact Development
Previously Steve served as the President and CEO of Meadowlark Hills Retirement Community, and during his 17 years there was the driving force behind their transformation into the nation’s premier Household Model campus.
Steve is an international leader in the creation of the Household Model and provides consulting and education to providers on the model and its application. He is a sought-after keynote speaker and workshop presenter on leadership and transformation in long-term care. Participants from over 40 states and 10 foreign countries have utilized his experience to further deepen their culture change journeys. He is the only known development and start-up consultant within the resident-directed framework who has also lived as an operator, developer and educator.
Steve serves on the advisory board of Kansas State University ’s Center on Aging, where he is also a faculty member. He is a board member of the Association of Households International, Fort Hays State University Foundation, and the Manhattan Community Foundation.
Steve has co-authored:
In Pursuit of the Sunbeam and The Household Model Business Case
CFO, Action Pact Development
Prior to forming Action Pact Development, Martin worked as a Healthcare Feasibility Consultant for BDO Seidman, LLP and LarsonAllen, LLP. While at those firms, he worked on examinations of financial forecasts that led to financings cumulatively valued at over $1 billion. Preceding his work as a consultant, Martin served as a Director at Formation Capital, an organization that owned over 100 nursing homes.
In addition to his consulting and development work, Martin serves as the treasurer of the Association of Households International, Inc., a non-profit association dedicated to providing educational training programs and the promotion of the Household Model.
Since graduating from Saint Louis University, Martin has spent nearly his entire career in the senior living industry and is dedicated to the goal of creating home for elders.
Chief Development Officer
Chris leads Action Pact’s integrated development practice. With a background in urban design, planning and law, he assists the Action Pact team in strategic planning, site analysis, project feasibility and constructability assessment.
He is experienced in the delivery of complex integrated development projects, including ground-up, retrofit, adaptive reuse and comprehensive redevelopment, with responsibility for projects at a variety of scales ranging from individual structures to entire communities.
Chris possesses 18 years of integrated practice in real estate, planning and development, including design, feasibility, entitlement, underwriting, finance and delivery of commercial, residential and mixed use projects both domestically and abroad.
Additionally, his 16 years of organizational leadership, managerial and operational experience in real estate investment and complex finance enable him to provide valuable insight to Action Pact clients throughout a project life cycle. In his career, Chris has held operational and delivery responsibility for projects totaling over $2 billion in project value.
Principal Architect, Action Pact Design
Tracy has over 20 years of experience in the architectural field and 6 years of experience in the Household Model for senior living. Under Tracy’s leadership, Action Pact Design has become a national leader in the design of the Household Model and other futuristic service and living models in the senior living sector.
Tracy holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Kansas State University. He is a member of American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is Past President of the Flint Hills chapter. Tracy holds a certificate with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) which allows for licensure in most states.
Principal Architect, Action Pact Design
Dan oversees the technical aspects of Action Pact Design. Blending a keen eye for detail with a strong sense for human scale, Dan plays an integral role as the seamless interface between the architecture and engineering teams, strategically positioned to provide valuable input to all members, enabling efficient application of the principles of the integrated design process.
Dan possesses extensive experience in Household Model design, both in delivery of new ground-up construction as well as in the often complicated retrofit of existing facilities. He holds a Master of Science degree in Architectural Engineering from Kansas State University and is a member of American Institute of Architects (AIA), Flint Hills Chapter.
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