As president of the property management firm YAM Management, Yosef Meystel oversaw 25 nursing homes throughout Illinois. From his Skokie office, Yosef Meystel ensured that every location complied with the law, managed the organization's finances, and negotiated with lenders and vendors. Over the last five years, YAM Management witnessed a 25 percent growth in profits due to its advocacy of patient-centered care that offers independence to its properties' inhabitants. As head of the organization, Yosef Meystel interacted with the public in order to learn what clients need and how to provide them with the best services. In addition to aiding the people living in his facilities, Yosef Meystel also engaged their families. When people enter an assisted-care facility, their families must make a difficult decision in finding them the best place to live. To make the process easier, Yosef Meystel educated people about the differences between his facilities in terms of size, costs, options, and layouts. In his personal life, Meystel supports myriad charitable organizations. As a member of the Jewish United Fund/the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago (JUF), Yosef Meystel involves himself with the group's mission to assist the Jewish population of Chicagoland with food, education, and emergency assistance. A nonprofit organization, JUF funds organizations that support its missions and traditions, such as the social service group Agudath Israel of Illinois and The Chicago Center for Torah and Chesed. Another such entity, the Orthodox day school Joan Dachs Bais Yaakov Elementary School, also benefits from Yosef Meystel's assistance. Before commencing his career with YAM Management, Meystel attended Indiana University South Bend, where he obtained a Master of Business Administration in Accounting.