Steven J. Horowitz is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Saint Elizabeth Community. Since assuming this leadership role in 1998 Horowitz has spearheaded significant growth within the Saint Elizabeth Community(SEC). He oversees 20 managers, 800 support staff, five residences and four adult day centers. A New Yorker with great affection for the Yankees, and the Jets, Steve bravely manages a sea of Red Sox and Patriots fans!
Promoted from Executive Director of SEC, Horowitz originally joined the organization in 1985 as an administrator.
Throughout his career, Horowitz has dedicated himself to improving the quality of life for aging Americans. He is a member of the American College of Health Care Administrators and currently serves on the Board of Directors to LeadingAge, a national organization representing not for profit providers of senior care, of which SEC is a member.
A graduate of the State University of New York in Stony Brook with a degree in economics, Horowitz earned his MBA from Long Island University where he concentrated his studies in healthcare administration. In 2011, he completed a course in Post Graduate Studies at Harvard University- John F. Kennedy School of Government in Governance as Leadership.
Active in the Rhode Island community, he is currently serving on the City of Warwick Planning Board and the Warwick Boys & Girls Club. Horowitz has volunteered as a member of the board of directors of CareLink, the Alzheimer’s Association of RI, the Kent County Visiting Nursing Association, the Kent County YMCA, the Alliance for Better Nursing Homes and Rhode Island Generations. Additionally, Horowitz was a member of the 1995-1996 class of Leadership Rhode Island.