Our first guest was Sharon Hansen, of Glancy Rehabilitation Center. Starting her career as a 4-H program coordinator, she has held a number of jobs that all contributed to preparing her for her current role. Listen as Sharon shares her passion for serving seniors both in her job as a Clinical Evaluator for Glancy, and also in her work with the Gwinnett Parkinson’s Disease Support Group. Find out more about Glancy’s services at www.gwinnettmedicalcenter.org/Glancy-Rehabilitation-Center. Sharon can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next we spoke with Adrienne Simpson, President and CEO of Smooth Mooove Senior Relocation Services. Leaving the “corporate” world nearly a decade ago, Adrienne was compelled to start Smooth Mooove by a personal experience moving one of her own family members. Recognizing an opportunity in the market, Adrienne was one of the first in Atlanta to offer a full suite of senior relocation services. Her story is a real treat to hear! For more on Smooth Mooove, visit her website at wemoveseniors.com, or email her at email@example.com.
Today’s final guest was Jacquelyn Evans. Jacqueline is a Community Liaison for Compassionate Hospice of North Georgia. Originally from Rhode Island, Jacqueline graduated from North Georgia College with a degree in Marketing. As she began to pursue a marketing/sales career in healthcare, she realized how much she enjoyed helping people, especially those in the final stages of their journey. Listen in as she talks about the role hospice can play for her potential patients and their families. Please visit Compassionate Hospice’s website at www.chcmg.com. Jacquelyn can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.