I’ve always strived to find a place of work where I can make a difference and help others in times of need. Having been around corporate America, I always wondered if there was more and was in search for more purposeful work. I worked for a few non-profits but found their structure to be similar to what I saw in for-profit corporations and I was looking for something with a more flexible schedule since my husband and I were looking to start a family. While pursuing my degree in Human Development and Family Studies at Utah State University and working at a therapeutic riding farm, I was introduced to Louis and Kelley through a coworker and my journey of helping seniors and their families began. I’m grateful to have found a career that not only allows me to spend time at home with my son but is also extremely rewarding. In my own personal experience with my family, I watched as we had struggled with finding the best option for our loved ones as they aged. I feel as though I have learned so much that is beneficial to not only my own family but also other people’s families. I am free to help all those I want to, the way that I want to with the support of my knowledgeable and caring team and leadership. Being from a small farm town in Idaho, I appreciate the comradery that comes from a community, doing our best to help each other succeed. My husband and I dream of having our own homestead one day, where we can provide for our family and our community and I look forward to continuing my path providing real value to those whom need it most when they need it most through my work at Senior One Source.