“I have worked for Sunrise Senior Living for 11 years. I love putting a smile on residents’ and family members’ faces. When family members see their loved ones getting the best care, their smile means so much to me.
At Sunrise, I love the feeling of home, working with a good team and caring for seniors.
When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time with my family and going shopping.”
“Before rejoining the Sunrise team nearly a year ago, I worked at other assisted living companies and in a hotel. The best part of my job is interacting with the residents. At Sunrise, the family atmosphere truly makes a difference.
When I’m not at work, I like to spend time with my family, read, and go to movies and museums.”
“I’ve worked at Sunrise for 18 and a half years. I have held many positions, including activities assistant, lead concierge, health care admissions assistant, sales associate, accounting assistant and business manager.
I really enjoy visiting with residents and listening to stories about their lives. I love making our residents smile by planning special events, such as the Summer of Sunrise and our Veteran’s Day Flag Ceremony.
Throughout the years, Sunrise has given me the opportunity to grow and develop my natural talents. I appreciate all the things I have learned from our residents and team members. I use this knowledge to help team members grow professionally, and I enjoy being a positive mentor for them.
In my spare time, I am a volunteer member for Fox Company 128th BSB Maryland Army National Guard, FRG (Family Readiness Group). I also volunteer as the Vice President of the Executive Board of the PTSA at Linganore High School. I love to travel. I enjoy various outdoor activities such as skiing, gardening, horseback riding, biking and running. Most of all, I enjoy experiencing new adventures with my husband, Brian, and our two boys, Carson and Michael.”
My spare time is spent with my family. I have two boys and we love to ride our bikes. When I’m not with the boys, I enjoy going out with my wife for dinner and sharing some good moments.”
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