Chris Finlay began investing in real estate early in his career as a commercial airline pilot with Eastern Airlines. Casual investing soon evolved into a major commercial real estate business, and in 1983 Chris resigned from Eastern to concentrate exclusively on the Finlay Company. During the ensuing years, Chris grew the company into one of the largest real estate firms in New England.

In 1990, he began to focus on real estate development and over the next fifteen years developed, constructed, and managed approximately 40 multifamily and senior housing communities and luxury condominiums.

The Great Recession of 2008 provided numerous investment opportunities in the multifamily arena, and after a few years of investing for his own account, Chris established Lloyd Jones to offer outside investors an opportunity to participate in his acquisitions. A few years later, he added senior living and development subsidiaries to capitalize on the exploding demand for senior housing. More recently, seeing acquisition opportunities in the hospitality industry, he added a hotel investment division.

Today, Chris leverages his successful 40-year track record and experience to lead Lloyd Jones and all its subsidiaries as chairman and CEO.

Chris’s education includes Upper Canada College and post-graduate studies at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He has also completed extensive industry training. He is on the board of the National Multifamily Housing Council, a member of The American Seniors Housing Association, and a strong supporter of Shelters to Shutters, a non-profit organized to connect individuals facing homelessness to opportunities for employment and housing within the multifamily community.

Chris Watts oversees Aviva Senior Living’s human resources strategy, talent acquisition, leadership and training development, cultural development and HR operations.

Chris earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Auburn University and her MBA in Human Resource Management from the University of Phoenix.

She brings over 20 years’ experience in Human Resource Management in senior living and health care industries.

As VP of Finance and Analytics, Brendan oversees all aspects of asset management including preparing investor reports, monitoring debt covenants, and conducting financial reviews to ensure effective financial management and reporting for the organization.

Before joining Aviva Senior Living, Brendan served as asset manager at Benchmark Senior Living, managing a diverse portfolio of 24 senior housing assets. He also played a key role as an FP&A analyst at Kensington Investment Company, a prominent family office with an extensive alternative investment and global real estate portfolio.

Brendan is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College with a Bachelor of Arts in business, with a double major in Latin.

Greishka Campo holds more than a decade of experience in human resources strategy, talent management, and driving organizational culture.

As vice president of human resources, Greishka oversees all human resources functions within Lloyd Jones LLC and its multifamily and senior living management divisions, including talent acquisition and attraction, training and development, and employee relations.

She comes to Lloyd Jones after spending six years with the Sol Group Corporation, a Meliá Hotels International company, most recently serving as area human resources manager. In this role, Greishka oversaw multisite international hotel operations, managing on-site HR professionals at the company’s properties throughout the Caribbean. She was promoted to this role after serving as regional human resources manager for the Sol Group’s corporate team.

Greishka received a Bachelor of Business Administration in human resources and a Master of Science in human resource management from Florida International University. She is an actively certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR).