Legend Senior Living® Names Wendy Dotson Regional Director of Sales – North Florida

September 9th, 2022 | Company News

WICHITA, KS (September 7, 2022) – Wendy Dotson, a Corporate Sales Specialist for Legend Senior Living, has been promoted to Legend’s Regional Director of Sales – North Florida. Dotson will be responsible for implementation and execution of the Legend sales process as well as providing training, development and coaching for residences in the region. Legend Senior Living is a Wichita-based company that owns and operates 43 residences in six states.


Dotson spent nine years as Sales Director for Windsor of Ocala Assisted Living and Memory Care in Ocala, FL. At Ocala, she was a preceptor for new Sales Directors and saw to the daily planning and implementation of sales and marketing programs. After her promotion to Corporate Sales Specialist in 2019, she was instrumental in assisting the sales process in targeted residences  as well as training and mentoring new Sales Directors.


“Wendy has a tremendous track record of meeting and exceeding every sales goal set for her and leading Sales Directors to excel,” said Gwen Thibault, Legend’s Vice President of Operations, Florida, Texas and Pennsylvania, in making the announcement. “Beyond her sales achievements, she’s built residence awareness of the Legend Brand, developed outreach programs and led event coordination. We’re very excited to see Wendy leading our sales program in North Florida. She’s a real star who inspires confidence.”


“I’ve had plenty of opportunity to witness the Legend mission to serve seniors, and I’m proud to take on greater leadership responsibility in this respected company,” said Dotson, who is a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) and CORE trained with more than 20 years in the industry.


“We’re thrilled to have such talent already in the organization and to promote from within,” said Thibault. “Wendy’s background in Legend sales and her dedication to the residents we serve makes her the perfect candidate for this leadership role.”