The LaSalle Group Announces New Chief Administrative Officer Role

IRVING, Texas, May 2, 2017 /PRNewswire — The LaSalle Group, Inc.
www.LaSalleGroup.com, the family-owned-and-operated national leader in memory care
assisted living, today announced the promotion of Kim Higgins Alleman to the newly created
position of Chief Administrative Officer, having responsibility for the oversight of Human
Resources, Information Technology, Risk and Legal. This new role will create a more efficient
management structure while developing an even stronger and united emphasis on serving,
growing, and engaging its team members. This, in turn, will enhance The LaSalle Group’s
responsiveness at its 50 Autumn Leaves® memory care communities in nine states.

“Kim has done an outstanding job of building her team, and her strategic leadership in
introducing business-aligned programs and practices has resulted in improved employee
attraction, retention, and engagement for our company,” said Chairman, CEO, and Co-
Owner Mitchell Warren. “She daily demonstrates concern for employees and residents
that completely embodies our mission and values. We are confident she will build on her
successes to raise the bar in supporting our communities.”

In her capacity as Senior Vice President of People and Culture, and as an integral member
of the Executive Leadership Team, Alleman led the way in reinforcing The LaSalle Group’s
people-centric culture for more than 1500 employees, cultivating employee input and
communicating the company culture, mission, and values.

Alleman brings more than 25 years’ executive corporate experience to her new role. She
was Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Blockbuster Inc., Bank One and at VHA,
Inc., a healthcare organization that, during her tenure, became nationally recognized as a
Top 100 Places to Work.

In addition to her extensive professional experience, Alleman has been deeply involved in
the community as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate), and has served on the
board of directors for The Family Place, The University of Dallas, Inroads, and Family
Gateway.

About The LaSalle Group, Inc.
Family-owned-and-operated since 1990, The LaSalle Group, Inc. designs, develops, builds,
manages, and owns 50 Autumn Leaves® memory care assisted living communities
designed specifically for people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. For more
information about its business lines, services, current projects, and investment
opportunities, visit www.LaSalleGroup.com or call 800-452-7255.

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