Laurie Nussbaum, a longtime member of the Los Angeles Jewish community, has been named Director of Marketing for Fountainview at Gonda Westside, the future luxury continuing care retirement community (CCRC) coming to Playa Vista.
As head of the on-site marketing team, Nussbaum will coordinate marketing, sales and outreach to introduce The Los Angeles Jewish Home’s newest continuing care community and serve as liaison for prospects, depositors, design consultants and community members during its development stages.
Nussbaum most recently directed community relations for Belmont Village Westwood, a senior residential community on the Wilshire Corridor. She established a collaborative relationship between Belmont Village and UCLA that created an innovative university/senior housing model to integrate joint intellectual programming between Belmont Village and various UCLA factions, including the UCLA Emeriti/Retiree Relations Center and the UCLA School of Nursing.
Nussbaum and her husband Paul are active members of the Stephen S. Wise Temple. A graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, Nussbaum holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics.
A former Board Member of Jewish Family Services of Los Angeles and co-chair of the organization’s 150th anniversary gala, Nussbaum served as President of the Women’s Division of the Jewish Federation of Orange County, receiving the organization’s Jerusalem Leadership Award.
Fountainview at Gonda Westside provides a continuum of care including 24 assisted living and memory care residences planned in secured areas while skilled nursing will be offered nearby. Fountainview at Gonda Westside is a nonprofit development affiliated with The Los Angeles Jewish Home family of communities.