Immanuel Grows Leadership Team, Welcomes Four New Directors

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Immanuel Grows Leadership Team, Welcomes Four New Directors

Immanuel (, Nebraska’s leader in senior living, is pleased to announce additions to its leadership team. These new directors will provide leadership across Immanuel’s ever-growing service area spanning a two-state area including Omaha, Lincoln, Des Moines and Council Bluffs. Please join in welcoming:

Alan Jarecki as director of development and special projects. As director, Jarecki will develop and lead new initiatives that support Immanuel’s mission of Christ-centered service to seniors. Jarecki has held leadership positions across health care industry and across Nebraska ranging from Omaha, to Hebron to Blair.

Jeannie Schlotfeld, MSW, LMHP as director of sales. Schlotfeld is a team manager with 15+ years of experience in health care, management, mental health and marketing. She has earned a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Nebraska-Omaha with a graduate certificate in gerontology. As director of sales, Schlotfeld will provide direct oversight of sales processes including enhancement of strategies, and staff training.

Daniel Spicer CDM/CFPP as director of dining and culinary operations. Spicer has over 20 years of experience throughout the food and hospitality environments. In addition to receiving training as a chef, Spicer brings strong leadership skills to the Immanuel team after holding management positions at organizations like Leslie Hospitality, and CHI Health.

Dena Stevenson, SPHR, SHRM-SCP as organizational training and development director. As director, Stevenson will evaluate organizational development and improve processes for efficiencies across Immanuel’s service area. Stevenson has 20+ years of experience in leadership positions ranging from health care, to the banking industry to government agencies.

Since 1887 Immanuel ( has been providing Christ-centered service to seniors, each other and the communities in which the organization serves. As a not-for-profit, serving arm of the ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America), Immanuel’s house of brands includes: Immanuel Communities, Immanuel Pathways, Immanuel Community Foundation and The Immanuel Vision Foundation.