Pilgrim Place Resident Donna Ambrogi Recognized
CLAREMONT, CA—Donna Ambrogi, a fifteen year resident of Pilgrim Place, was selected by Aging Services of California as Resident of the Year. She was formally recognized in May at the Annual Meeting of the group in Monterey.
Donna is an elder law attorney and an adjunct professor of elder law, health care and medical ethics at several universities in the Bay Area. She has lead workshops at statewide meetings and serves as a Resident Board member of Aging Services.
Donna and her husband Tom Ambrogi have been residents of Pilgrim Place since 1996.
“Donna Ambrogi is a vital member of our community,” said Pilgrim Place President and CEO Bill Cunitz. “She is a voice for elder care in this state, and where ever she goes. I can think of no more deserving person than Donna for this prestigious award.”
Aging Services of California represents more than 400 nonprofit providers of senior living and care. The agency’s goal is to be a leading advocate in the state for quality senior living and care, and to help develop progressive and innovative strategies for Californians to age well into the future.
Pilgrim Place was founded in 1915. It is a community for individuals who have been called to careers in religious and charitable non-profit organizations. Approximately 320 retired Christian missionaries, clergy and non-profit professionals live on the 32-acre campus. Emblematic of the residents at Pilgrim Place is continued activism and outreach to others.