Azpira Place of Lake Zurich Promotes Carissa Mok to Executive Director

  • Azpira Place of Lake Zurich promotes Carissa Mok to executive director. Azpira Place of Lake Zurich

    Azpira Place of Lake Zurich promotes Carissa Mok to executive director. Azpira Place of Lake Zurich

Updated 1/20/2020 11:43 AM

Azpira Place of Lake Zurich, an assisted and supportive living community located at 795 N. Rand Road, promoted Carissa Mok of Arlington Heights to executive director.

Formerly Azpira Place's VIVA! life coordinator since its opening in May 2017, Mok will now oversee daily operations and implementation of its award-winning VIVA! lifestyle at the senior living community.


"It has been an honor to personally get to know each resident as he or she moved to Azpira Place," said Mok. "I look forward to further shaping our distinctive VIVA! lifestyle to inspire health, independence, purpose and joy for our current and future residents."

Mok earned a bachelor's degree in Sports Science and a master's degree in Business Administration from Judson University in Elgin, IL.

Azpira Place offers residents a helping hand with the activities of daily living as needed and features modern amenities such as multiple dining venues including a bistro, outdoor terrace, learning and technology center, community room with demonstration kitchen, art studio, fitness center, theater, and spa and salon. Azpira Place is managed by Pathway to Living. For more information, visit or call 847-430-0047.

About Pathway to Living

Founded in 1997, Pathway to Living is a Chicago-based developer, owner and operator of senior housing communities. The company's portfolio includes a wide range of community types -- senior apartment, independent living, assisted living and memory support -- spanning 33 properties and more than 3,000 units (including communities under development) in Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Pathway to Living is owned by Waterton, a Chicago-based real estate investor and operator with real estate assets under management totaling $5.6 billion as of Sept. 30, 2019. For more information, please visit and

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