Staff Directory

Jessica Ferreira
Executive Director

Bryan Walsh
Director of Community Relations

Luke Baillargeon
Director of Compass Programming

Tanya Whiterock
EnrichedLIFE Director

Jim Moynihan
Director of Building & Grounds

Claribel Alago
Director of Dining Experience

We asked our associates…

What is the most rewarding part of your job?

“I would have to say the most rewarding part of my job is witnessing the breakthrough for our residents with dementia. When they struggle with communicating their needs and either myself or another associate is able to sit with them and figure it out together. As we know Dementia can rob our residents of so much but to see a resident discover a new passion or learn something new because our associates take the time to figure out what works best for each individual resident, that breakthrough is what makes my job so very rewarding.”

– Jessica Ferreira, Executive Director

“The most rewarding part of what we do here for me is, watching the transformation. So many times I hear the scenarios of mom or dad home alone, little to no socialization, poor eating and sleep habits, sometimes recovering from a fall, and just generally not successful at home any longer. Most of the time the seniors are resistant to the idea of leaving a home of many years, and making a move. Once we get through the barriers and they move in with us, it is so rewarding to get to witness them get a new lease on life, make new friendships, be involved with all different programs we offer, enjoy meaningful conversations with their peers over a home cooked meal, all while having the privacy and dignity in their own apartment. Seeing them live their best life in a beautiful community with a lifestyle they couldn’t imagine prior to seeing us, is the most rewarding part of what I do!”

-Bryan Walsh, Director of Community Relations

“When I walk around our community and see how my team and I provide our residents with a building that is comfortable, clean and safe for them to live in, especially now with the challenges of COVID 19. It feels so nice when I get a  thank you from a resident or family member, that’s when I know we are really making a difference.”

Jim Moynihan, Director of Building & Grounds

“I would have to say That the most rewarding part of my job, has to be the relationship I have built throughout my 27 year career in Senior Services. My residents have become family to me, I have become their family. Well, what can I say ‘a way to a person’s heart is through their stomach!’ I love what I do and the difference I have made in their life. But most importantly the difference they have made in mine.”

-Claribel Alago, Director of Dining Experience