Jennifer Bailey joined the Walden team in January of 2014 after a 23-year career in business management. During the ten years prior to joining Walden, Jennifer served as the Co-Owner and Director of Operations at Churchill Manor Senior Living in Alpharetta, Georgia. In this capacity she was responsible for managing all aspects of the business, encompassing state regulatory compliance, resident care, human resources, accounting operations and vendor management. As a business owner in the health care industry, Jennifer is uniquely qualified to understand the complexities of a divestiture in this market. Along with her experience in the healthcare field, Jennifer also comes from a corporate background in manufacturing, distribution and B2B construction supply where she gained strong skills in operations, accounting, and leadership.
Throughout her career, Jennifer has put her effective management and leadership abilities to work to help companies improve their operations and increase efficiency. Over the past two years she has strategically positioned herself to be a strong partner with business owners looking to divest and move forward to their next life pursuits. Whether you are looking to retire to a slower pace and realize the financial gains of your hard work, or acquire your next entrepreneurial endeavor, Jennifer Bailey will effectively assist you in navigating through the intricacies of sell-side or buy-side engagements.
Always striving for excellence, Jennifer is continuously gaining knowledge and education to better serve her clients. She is a member of IBBA and currently working towards her CBI.As an Operation Enduring Warrior Community Ambassador, Jennifer honors, empowers and motivates our wounded veterans through fundraising efforts and completing athletic events along side them and their support teams. Jennifer lives in Alpharetta, Georgia with her husband and two children. She is an avid animal lover and has a heart for the youth. She volunteers in her local community, striving to be a role model and positive influence in the lives of at-risk teens.