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Leadership Matters

The Legacy at Home is guided by a board of directors made up of some of the most prominent citizens in the Greater Dallas area. These volunteers are business leaders and experts from a broad range of professions. Legacy at Home’s management team consists of seasoned professionals with a wealth of home health and health care experience who are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care and customer service possible.

Our Leadership

Marc R. Stanley

Chair of the Board of Trustees
The Legacy Senior Communities

David H. Eisenberg

Chair of the Board of Directors
The Legacy at Home

Marc R. Stanley is a trial lawyer, political activist, Jewish community leader and philanthropist from Dallas, Texas. He has 34 years of experience as a leading trial lawyer and 40 years of experience in government and public service, including his appointment as Chairman of the Texas Public Finance Authority by Texas Governor Ann Richards. Secretary of Defense William Cohen appointed Marc as a Member of the Board of Visitors of the Air University of the United States Air Force. In 2011, Marc was appointed by President Barack Obama as a Council Member of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Marc is the founder of the Stanley Law Group, a Dallas-based firm that focuses on national class actions and complex litigation. His career highlights include a landmark case against an insurance company for breach of fiduciary duties in handling 401(k) investments. In 2015, after 13 years of litigation and seven published opinions, the defendant paid $140 million in cash and $60 million in future economic benefits – the second largest reported settlement in the U.S. in 2015.

He is a member of the Board of Directors, and has served as President of both the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and the Dallas Trial Lawyers Association. He has been voted a “Best Lawyer in Dallas” and a “Super Lawyer” for the entire state of Texas every year since the accolades were established.

Marc served as a board member and leader of many Jewish charitable and political organizations, including six years as Chairman of the National Jewish Democratic Council. In his hometown of Dallas, Marc is also Chairman of The Legacy Senior Communities, Inc., a Jewish-sponsored not-for-profit charitable organization providing continuing care retirement communities and in-home care for seniors and their families.

Marc’s national public service began in college when he worked for the U.S. Congress for three years, serving with Representative Dale E. Kildee (D-Mich.) and with the Committee on House Administration as an aide to Chairman Frank Thompson (D-N.J.). In that role, he created the first Telephone Directory for the U.S. House of Representatives, serving as its Editor from 1977-1979. He later served as Dallas County Chair for Senator Lloyd Bentsen’s campaign in 1988 and Governor Ann Richards’ campaign from 1989-1990.

Marc and his wife Wendy have been married for 33 years and have three grown children. Marc supports and/or volunteers with a number of local Texas organizations, including the Jewish Community Center, Temple Emanu-El and the North Texas Food Bank. A health enthusiast, he enjoys exercise (especially hiking and skiing) and was a volunteer kidney donor.

David Eisenberg is Chief Executive Officer of Eisenberg & Associates, Inc. a business consulting and CEO interim services firm located in Dallas, Texas. Since March 2003, he has been consulting with GPM Investments, a convenience store chain headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. Mr. Eisenberg has had a long career in the retail industry, beginning with Peoples Drug Stores, based in the Washington, D.C. area. During his 38-year career at Peoples, a drug chain with 840 stores, Mr. Eisenberg rose through the ranks from store employee to President and Chief Operating Officer. His most outstanding accomplishment at Peoples Drug Stores was to effect a $40 million
turnaround in 3 years.

Peoples Drug Stores was acquired by CVS in 1990, and Mr. Eisenberg moved to Dallas to become Chairman, President, and CEO of Chief Auto Parts, a retail auto parts chain of 550 stores. He remained there until 1998, when Chief was acquired by AutoZone. Mr. Eisenberg accomplished a $35.8 million turnaround at Chief over a 5-year period and raised over $130 million in public bond offerings.

Following Chief Auto Parts, Mr. Eisenberg served as a interim and turnaround CEO for various distressed companies – Let’s Talk Cellular & Wireless in Miami, Florida; PowerSports, Inc. in Del Ray Beach, Florida; Smith & Hawken in Novato, California; and MJ Designs in Irving, Texas.

Mr. Eisenberg has served on numerous boards over his long career, to include the Dallas Jewish Federation, the Jewish Community Center, and as a Trustee of the Jewish Family Services Foundation. He is currently on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of The Legacy Senior Communities, is Chair of the Board of Directors of Legacy at Home, and is a Trustee of the Jewish Foundation of Greater Dallas. He also currently serves on the National Executive Committee and board ofBnai Zion. Mr. Eisenberg is proud that in 1984, he received the Torch of Learning Award, establishing a chair in his name in the School of Pharmacy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Board of Directors

  • David H. Eisenberg
    Chair
  • Dot Haymann
  • Amy Korenvaes
  • Alan Postel
  • Dr. Robert Rosen
  • Cary Rossel
  • Marc R. Stanley
  • Larry Strauss
  • Don Zale

Management Team

Charlene Bishop

Administrator
The Legacy at Home

As The Legacy at Home Administrator, Charlene oversees the Skilled Home Health services, Personal Attendant Services, and the Grant Program. Charlene has been a home health administrator since 2010, with more than 16 years of experience in the healthcare industry. During that time, she has held numerous positions including registered nurse, quality assurance coordinator, clinical trainer, and director of nursing.

Charlene is a proven leader who prides herself on providing quality, cost effective care. She thrives on establishing a strong rapport with team members, patients, doctors, and referral sources. She excels at ensuring all patients get the healthcare and support they need and deserve. She strives to build a strong and productive team while ensuring they meet their professional goals. She does this by fostering a positive work environment and bolstering team spirit.

When Charlene isn’t working she enjoys crafting, outdoor fitness boot camps, reading, or spending time with her three adult children, six chickens, and husband.

  • Lisa Wolgamott, Director of Nursing
  • Deanne Yount, Personal Assistance Coordinator

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