The Cottages on Mountain Creek Executive Team


of Directors

The Board of Directors consists of: Carol J. Reynolds, Founder & CEO and Howard N. Wilson, Chief Operating Officer. The Board of Directors establishes policies for corporate management and oversight, making decisions on major company issues. A corporate board is not responsible for the day-to-day decision-making. Daily decisions are made by the corporation’s executives and managers).

Executive Team

Carol J. Reynolds

Founder & CEO

Ms. Reynolds possesses over 30 years of experience in the real estate and/or healthcare field. Specific experience includes the analysis of all types of healthcare and senior housing including retirement homes, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, acute-care hospitals, psychiatric hospitals and rehabilitation hospitals.

Additional experience includes the analysis of multi-family projects, active adult projects, tax-credit projects (including tax-exempt bond financing and low-income tax credits), and office buildings (including medical office buildings). Analyses include disposition analysis, economic feasibility studies, market and marketability studies and valuation studies (real estate and business). Ms. Reynolds’ experience has also been gained in tax appeal court and bankruptcy court. Ms. Reynolds is a Member of the Appraisal Institute (MAI), Member of the Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute (CCIM).

Howard N. Wilson

Chief Operating Office

In the late 1990s, Mr. Wilson co-founded and served as a corporate officer and director of Lakota Energy, a publicly traded, exploration and production company in the oil and natural gas industry. Later, it was converted into a high technology company named Lakota Technology. Upon successfully exiting this business in early 2000, he co-founded and served as an officer and director of a company providing consulting services to businesses in a wide variety of industries including both publicly traded and private companies (Oil & Natural Gas, Senior Living, Real Estate, Hotels, Resorts, Biotech, Renewable/Alternative Energy and Internet Technology).

Along with his position with The Cottages on Mountain Creek, Mr. Wilson is currently the Global Regional Associate for the US and Canada with Crossway Capital, an Alternative Capital Provider headquartered in Australia with associates around the world. Crossway provides financing solutions ranging from $50 million to $1 billion and higher for companies in the US, Canada, Central America, South America, Asia, and Europe. Prior to this, he worked with a European Private Equity Group offering financing solutions to US companies.

Terry Sullivan, M.D.

Medical Director

Dr. Sullivan received his M.D. from Georgetown University, Washington D.C, as well as is his degree. Dr. Sullivan did his residency at Waterbury Hospital, in Waterbury, Connecticut and received his Occupational Medicine and Masters in Public Health Program from the University of Michigan and is Board Certified in Internal Medicine.

Dr. Sullivan has extensive experience as an executive physician with a strong business/public policy background. In addition, experience and knowledge includes to include long-term care, rehabilitation hospitals, acute-care hospitals, insurance, pharmaceutical, the medical delivery system, public health policy and the corporate health environment. Dr. Sullivan has proven ability in the leadership, management and strategic policy development for healthcare systems and a solid track record in developing successful businesses which produce outcomes that build relationships and credibility with key customer groups.

Some of Dr. Sullivan’s outstanding contribution to the delivery of healthcare include HUMANA Senior Products; Central West and North Regions; EXEMPLA Lutheran Medical Center: Denver, Colorado and PUTNAM & EMRON. Dr. Sullivan’s professional Appointments include President Colorado Board of Health (Appointed by Gov. Roy Romer), Board of Directors, Exogen Inc., Piscataway, New Jersey and Medical Director – Colorado Department of Health.

Ed Handy

Executive Director of Clinical Services

Edward Handy is an experienced professional in clinical and operational Healthcare Program Development. He spent twenty-nine years with the University of Vermont’s College of Medicine Department of Psychiatry (Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, with specialty in Community Psychiatry). His extensive expertise in designing and developing integrated behavioral health programs, includes in-patient and outpatient program design, Partial Hospital Programs, Outpatient Clinics, Faculty Practice Development, and Comprehensive Evidence-Based Clinical Continuums of Care, as well as clinical architectural design of psychiatric/neuro-behavioral units with coordinated outpatient components.

He was the Principal Clinical Program Designer for Park Royal Hospital in Fort Myers, FL—a free-standing psychiatric hospital which opened with 76 beds and has expanded to 104 beds. There, Edward provided clinical advisement on Curriculum Design (inpatient and outpatient units), Medical Attending Staff Development (Psychiatrists and Hospitalist: recruitment/contracting and By-law composition), and Regulatory Compliance (State, Federal and Hospital Accreditation).

These company leaders possess a diverse, synergistic set of skills and have the knowledge, experience and successful track record to effectively manage the company. With a deep understanding of the finances, management and operations in the Healthcare Industry and its many segments, this management team has the vision, talent and business savvy required to effectively execute this business plan and drive the company to profitability and great success.

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The Gold Seal of Approval®

The Cottages on Mountain Creeks has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Behavioral Health Care Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective care.