About Edgeworth Park at New Town

This all-new community provides the combination of service-rich, hospitality-based support and the amenities that residents desire—whether they need assistance with the activities of daily living or specialized memory care. Edgeworth Park at New Town captures the feeling of simpler times.

A Community Connected

Management Company

Every member of our team is passionate about serving seniors and thus is committed to making a meaningful difference in the lives of our residents and their loved ones. We recognize that the expectations of today’s consumer are rapidly changing, and as a leader in the industry, we are dedicated to providing exceptional culinary experiences, innovative programming, and technology, as well as high-quality coordinated care to help our residents stay healthy, engaged, and fulfilled.


In April 2016, Adam leveraged his 15+ years of experience to launch Solera Senior Living, a next-generation senior living operations, development, and investment company with the goal of elevating the resident experience. At Solera, Adam identifies strategic growth opportunities, sets the vision for the operating model and program design, sources and structures capital relationships, evaluates innovative technologies, and is responsible for building a highly engaging culture. 

Adam received his BA from Cornell University, School of Hotel and Restaurant Management, and his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Adam credits the constant love and support from his wife for his success to-date in building Solera. Outside of work, Adam enjoys spending quality time with his wife and three incredible children, two boys and a girl, socializing with close friends, traveling, reading, skiing, golfing, and fitness. 

Edgeworth Park is curated by an outstanding team of managers and staff

Leadership Team

The Edgeworth Park community boasts an on-site staff of excellent individuals. Our team is comprised of:

Victoria Bowen

Victoria Brinkley, Executive Director

Victoria Bowen knew it from the moment she first walked through the doors of Edgeworth Park four years ago:  this was the place for her. First as an intern, then Activities Director, then Sales and Marketing Director and now Executive Director, Victoria can’t say enough about how Edgeworth is family. How it has the small-town feel where everyone knows each other and cares deeply for one another. As she puts it, “I gained a bunch of grandmas and grandpas. I love hearing their stories and learning from them.” In fact, Victoria’s favorite part of her job is meeting with families and listening to them, and helping them find their home in the Edgeworth Park community. And it doesn’t stop there for Victoria, as she continues those relationships, doing everything she can to make sure they are happy and living every day exceptionally.

Having lived in Williamsburg all her life and graduating from James Madison University, Victoria is grateful to be close and connected to her family. She and her fiancé love to camp with family, friends and River, her German Shorthaired Pointer. She also loves Italian food—bring on the carbs!


Shaunteale Davis, Food and Beverage Director/Executive Chef

It’s not every day you can combine a love of adventure with getting to do the things you love most. But for Shaunteale, joining Solera Senior Living gave her that opportunity.

As she says, “Cooking, building a family, and loving on people”…as Executive Chef at Edgeworth Park, Shaunteale has found all the right ingredients for excellence. She combines her culinary expertise with compassion and respect for others. With 20+ years in the food and beverage industry and a culinary degree from Stratford University, Shaunteale is keen to keep trying new things in the kitchen.

When she’s not cooking up magic, Shaunteale says she loves to “first and foremost give God time, spend time with family and friends, sing, dance, travel, cook, eat, go to the movies” and more. As the mother of eight, she’s always in motion. But she still finds time to occasionally binge-watch a good series with her daughter. And take care of her pet turtle, Franklin.

Anywhere warm and pretty with lovely beaches is a perfect vacation for Shaunteale—with some nap time added in.


Rob Price, Maintenance Director

It takes a wide range of skills to be good at keeping a property running smoothly. Like creativity. Experience. Knowledge. Tenacity. Pride. And a lot of love for the residents of Edgeworth Park. Rob brings all this and more to his position as Maintenance Director.

“I enjoy solving challenges,” says Rob, and “I love having the skill and knowledge to fix things and brighten someone’s day.” He has 12 years in property management and has served as a district property director with the YMCA, and a technician with a realty firm.

A husband and a father to three, Rob enjoys family time, as well as watching football. He also likes to express his artistic side by building custom furniture.

Dream vacation? A cabin in the woods with a great view and some nice trails. Secret talent? Making balloon animals. (He’s quite good at it.)


Christy Chapman, Business Office Director

Christy happens to be very good at the skills that make an excellent business office director. She’s worked in bookkeeping and human resources for 25+ years. But it’s actually the passion she has for seniors that drew her to join Solera Senior Living.

“I love working with seniors,” she says, “and I also love working with my co-workers and helping them grow with Solera.” She cites compassion as the core value that stands out when it comes to serving residents of Edgeworth Park. “Having compassion for our residents, their families and our co-workers is so important.”

When she’s not wearing her business hat, Christy enjoys gardening, listening to music, reading, and spending time with family, as well as pets Bella, Sophie, Willow and Petey. A perfect vacation would be a trip to England, Scotland and Ireland.

Fun fact: Christy says she can’t sing…but she does anyway. A lot.