After working a corporate job at large-scale global businesses for 25 years, it feels good to turn to home and run a business that serves my community. For many years, my job took me all around the world, helping clients in other time zones and other countries, but there’s a certain satisfaction that comes from knowing the work I do now has a positive impact on my own community.
I’m in the business of serving people who need help. As former military, I take special pride in being able to say that population includes veterans with disabilities as well as older adults. Everyone deserves to live their best life possible, and I’m proud to run a business that makes that happen.
I know firsthand how challenging it can be when a loved one is living with Alzheimer’s. When I was looking for care for my grandmother, I wish I had known about in-home care services like ComForCare. That’s why it’s so important to me to be able to provide this sort of care and support to other families going through situations similar to what and my family and I did.
I know how important it is to match the right caregiver to the client, and I understand the ability to stay in one’s own home can be what makes all the difference.
Our ComForCare Commitment
We are committed to providing quality home care services within our community. We know matching clients with the right caregivers is an essential first step to helping our clients live their best lives possible, and so we work with our clients and their families from the first day to ensure that happens.
Bachelor’s in industrial and management engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Master’s in industrial and management engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Former Navy SEAL team officer
Medical administrative assistant certificate from Pima Community College