Ron Ziebart, CEO
As founder, CEO and President of Link Senior Development, Ron brings nearly 30 years of executive experience within the real estate industry – much of the last 20 years directly supporting senior housing developments.
In 2002, Ron formed a successful partnership with a Portland, Oregon investment group to purchase and develop senior housing properties.
Before beginning Link Senior Development in 2012, he developed numerous senior housing projects that have included independent retirement communities, assisted living, and memory care communities.
Ron brings to the table a wide range of detailed experience as a developer, owner, and operator within the full spectrum of senior housing property types. In having such a unique and diverse professional background, he has put himself in a rare position to be able to fully understand the entire development process, beginning to end, from various vantage points.
Our Core Team
As EVP, Development Strategy, Bryan is responsible for pre-development business activities in support of market identification, preliminary financial and site analysis, and other supporting activities.
Bryan has extensive wide scale program management experience as well as more than 10 years supporting complex analytics programs and projects.
As CFO, Daniel is responsible for accounting and business analysis oversight of the company and its investment opportunities.
Daniel has in excess of 20 years of multi‐million dollar real estate project and accounting experience in the development, management, accounting and financial analysis of Seniors Housing, land development and commercial real estate transactions.
As VP, Project Management, Jeff focuses on assisting in the acquisition of developable land, securing financing and equity investments for both land purchases and construction, and helping devise appropriate corporate structures that allow for partners, investors, and other participants.
Jeff has over 12 years’ experience managing the legal and contractual matters for Link Senior Development. In his prior company, he helped organize over $500 million of equity investments for the acquisition of over 200 seniors housing and other real estate projects.
As Project Logistics Coordinator, Ed is responsible for assessing, analyzing and interpreting the architectural drawings for materials, methodology and to provide building improvement solutions prior to land development and construction, along with identifying and researching potential land sites for future development.
Ed has over 30 years supporting various phases of construction management with several years’ direct experience supporting senior developments specifically.