We are pleased to introduce you to some of the members of our outstanding team who work tirelessly to make our community a wonderful place to call home.
Before joining the Sunrise team, Ryan worked as a director of operations. He says that the best part of working at Sunrise is building relationships with residents and their families and working together with his fellow team members to provide the best care possible. According to Ryan, “If I build the strongest team around me, then my job is made easy.”
Ryan enjoys spending his free time with family—going to the park, playing family games, and watching movies. Ryan also likes to golf and spend time hiking in the beautiful Arizona outdoors.
Pam Brown joined the Sunrise of Chandler team as a Designated Care Manager in February of 2007. Within her first week at work, Pam knew that she had found her calling. In 2014, Pam switched gears to become Chandler’s director of sales. In this role, Pam enjoys helping families navigate through the decision making process in order to find the perfect fit for their loved one.
According to Pam, Sunrise has taught her to approach everything with love—whether in work or in her personal life.
In her spare time, Pam enjoys spending time with her family. Pam also likes to ride her bike, sew, and go to garage sales and thrift shopping in search of newfound treasures.
Victoria Smith graduated from San Jose State University with a bachelor’s in public health and nutrition. Tying together her passion for athletics and geriatric health care, Victoria moved back to her hometown and began working for The Biggest Loser as a cardio trainer and hiking instructor. During her career at The Biggest Loser, Victoria obtained her master’s degree in gerontology from USC.
Victoria walked into Sunrise of Westlake Village looking to volunteer and ended up obtaining a position as a medication care manager. A few short months later, Victoria transferred to Sunrise of Studio City as the assisted living coordinator When Victoria and her fiancé Matt moved to Scottsdale, AZ a few years later, she began at Sunrise of Chandler as Reminiscence coordinator.
Sandy joined the Sunrise family in 2010 and has held many nursing positions in the western region. Living in Arizona, Sandy “came home to stay” in 2016 so that she could be with her family and a part of an individual community.
Sandy loves to spend time with her family—all seven of her children—and is devoted to her residents and their families. In her spare time, Sandy enjoys reading a good book and photography.
Norman joined the Sunrise team in 2007 as a part-time cook and was soon after promoted to his current role as dining services coordinator. Norman loves that his meals help residents to reminisce about past times spent with family and friends; this is the most rewarding part of his job. Norman appreciates the opportunity to interact with our residents and hear about their days.
Nancy Lombroso has been with Sunrise of Chandler since our doors opened in February of 2007.
Nancy loves building lasting relationships with residents and their families and says, “I have always had a passion to serve the elderly and to bring joy to their day.” Nancy appreciates the opportunity to make seniors’ lives better and helping them to engage in activities that they enjoy while simultaneously bringing purpose to their days.
When Nancy is not working, she enjoys time with her family and her mother. Nancy loves to hike, travel, and play cards with her mother.
Angel has a passion for giving purpose and new image to his community through his painting, repairs, and excellent service—both to his team and the residents at Sunrise of Chandler. Helping others and maintaining the integrity of his community is his top priority.
Angel is a native of Mexico and immigrated to the US in 1988 in an attempt to further support his family. Angel spends his time outside of work with his family, loves to dance, and enjoys the art of glass beads.
Kasey has always had a caregiver’s heart from early childhood. She obtained her certified nursing assistance license (CNA) while still in high school and worked for many years in long-term care homes and in hospitals.
In 2011, Kasey decided to go back to school to get her practical nursing license and has been working in assisted living since then. Kasey plans to stay in the senior living field until she retires.
Outside of work, Kasey enjoys spending time with her better half, their 5 children, and just enjoying this journey called life.
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