Martin’s Leadership Will Strengthen Atlas’s Profile in the Atlanta, GA Area
Keith Martin, Executive Director of Atlas Senior Living’s Legacy Ridge at Neese Road community, has taken on the same role at sister community Legacy Ridge at Woodstock. Through Martin’s leadership, the two communities will be elevated to two of the most sought-after senior living communities in the Atlanta area.
Celebrated for his vivacious attitude and his tireless mission to enrich seniors’ lives, Martin leads with competence and care. “I am now honored to work in two separate locations with a group of team members and residents who have become family,” said Martin, who joined Atlas Senior Living in June of 2020. “I can genuinely say that the Atlas team is like no other, and truly cares about its employees and residents.”
Formerly Brookdale communities, the Legacy Ridge communities have been under Atlas Senior Living management since 2019 and have rolled out signature programs and services unique to the brand. Both communities offer memory care and respite care. Legacy Ridge at Woodstock also offers assisted living services, and Legacy Ridge at Neese Road provides personal care.
A History of Service
Born in Chicago and raised in Cobb County, Georgia, Martin spent many hours volunteering with community organizations as a young adult. It was while completing an internship at a local senior center in 2009 that he decided to devote his career to caregiving.
After obtaining his Bachelor of Science Degree from Jacksonville State University, he worked in multiple facilities dedicated to individuals with cognitive impairment, gaining experience in both clinical and non-clinical roles. As his passion for enriching seniors’ lives began to grow, he aspired to do more. He returned to school to earn his Master’s in Business with a concentration in Healthcare Administration.
More Than A Job
Martin feels that his role at the Legacy Ridge communities is a calling. “Having the opportunity to wake each day and know that I can make a difference is more than I could ask,” said Martin. “I genuinely feel that this is more than my job, but my purpose.”