At RiverSpring Health, our leaders are innovators in the field of older adult care.
With our countless years of expertise, our commitment to healthy aging, and compassion for our communities, the RiverSpring Health team is dedicated to helping you and your loved ones live forward, every day.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Daniel Reingold, M.S.W., J.D. is President and Chief Executive Officer of RiverSpring Health, a leading non-profit senior care organization with a century of history and leadership, which includes the operation of the renowned Hebrew Home at Riverdale. Under Mr. Reingold’s tenure, RiverSpring Health has grown significantly to include a comprehensive suite of care solutions, from managed long-term care and assisted living, to rehabilitation services, senior housing and skilled nursing. As a passionate advocate for older adults, Reingold and his team opened the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Center for Elder Abuse Prevention, the nation’s first elder abuse shelter. He serves on the boards of directors of the Continuing Care Leadership Coalition, the Greater New York Hospital Association and the Association of Jewish Aging Services. He received a B.A. from Hobart College, an M.S.W. from Columbia University, and a law degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law of Yeshiva University.
David V. Pomeranz
Chief Operating Officer
David has thirty years of progressive experience in executive positions managing large community based and long-term care programs. His area of special expertise and accomplishment is in strategic and visionary planning and the development and operation of new service programs with an emphasis on innovative service delivery models.
David supervises a number of RiverSpring Health's programs including RiverSpring Health Plans, RiverSpring Assisted Living, Hudson House, RiverSpring Day and Night Care, and RiverSpring Care Management, among others. He as well oversees all marketing initiatives.
Chief Financial Officer and Assistant Treasurer
Ms. Liebeskind is the Chief Financial Officer and Assistant Treasurer and is responsible for all financial operations, treasury, and investment functions for the organization. Ms. Liebeskind is also responsible for Information Technology, Human Resources, and Materials Management.
Prior to coming to RiverSpring Health, Ms. Liebeskind served as Associate Controller for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she was responsible for the financial reporting of a $200 million operating budget and accounting for the Museum’s $3 billion endowment portfolio. Ms. Liebeskind was previously the Corporate Controller at Montefiore Medical Center and she began her career at Ernst and Young where she was a Senior Manager in the firm’s healthcare and non-profit practice.
Ms. Liebeskind is a Certified Public Accountant and possesses a BA in Accounting and an MS in Finance from the Bernard M. Baruch College of the City University of New York. She is also a member of the American Institute of CPA’s and the New York State Society of CPA’s.
Executive Vice President, RiverSpring Health Plans
Susan has been working in managed care for the frail elderly for more than thirty years, at the federal and state policy levels and as a grantmaker focused on elderly health care. She developed and ran the nation's largest Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly and, since joining RiverSpring Health, she has developed and run our Managed Care company, RiverSpring Health Plans. The Health Plans include RiverSpring at Home Managed Long Term Care, with more than 10,000 members in eight counties, and our new RiverSpring FIDA Plan, providing comprehensive long term, medical and behavioral health services.
Joy Solomon, Esq.
Director and Managing Attorney, Weinberg Center for Elder Abuse Prevention
Joy Solomon, Esq, is the Director and Managing Attorney of The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Center for Elder Abuse Prevention, the nation’s first emergency shelter for elder abuse victims. Joy co-founded The Weinberg Center in 2004. She was previously Director of Elder Abuse Services at the Pace Women’s Justice Center, a non-profit legal advocacy and training center based at Pace University Law School. Prior to joining the Women’s Justice Center in 1999, Joy investigated and prosecuted a variety of crimes including child abuse, fraud, and elder abuse as an Assistant District Attorney in Manhattan, where she served for eight years. Joy is a frequent speaker on the issue of elder abuse, including to the United States Senate, Special Commission on Aging.
Joy is a board member of NCPEA, on the Executive Committee of the Elder Law Section of the New York State Bar Association where she is Chair of the Elder Abuse Committee and on the Advisory Board of the New York City Elder Abuse Center, of which she was a founder. In 2010 Joy received The New York State Bar Association award for Excellence in Public Service. Joy is also a certified ISHTA yoga instructor.