Taylor Darby joined Rose Senior Living at Providence Park as the Executive Director in September 2021.
Prior to Rose Senior Living she worked on an initiative called VISION 2025 working with industry stakeholders focusing on developing the senior living leadership pipeline. She became a licensed nursing home administrator in the state of Tennessee as a part of Life Care Services’ (LCS) Professional Development Program after joining the company in 2018.
Taylor began her education in pharmacy school at Butler University in Indianapolis, IN before transferring to Northwood University in Midland, MI where she obtained her undergraduate in health care administration and her MBA.
I joined Rose Senior Living in the early fall of 2021 when I saw the opportunity to return to a community and reconnect with residents! I am blessed to have seen many angles of the industry but my heart belongs with the residents whom I get to see every day. The best part of my day is spending quality time with my residents and staff. There is nothing better than getting to know them and their journey to Rose Senior Living.
14 years of experience in senior living. Degree in Business Management. Extensive hands-on troubleshooting experience with various systems. A real people person who loves the residents as if they were my own family.
I have a dual role - in charge of housekeeping and maintenance. I’ve always said that I work for the residents – they are my boss. I will do anything in my power to make their home a place they can be proud of.
I am a bee keeper.
I joined Rose Senior Living at Providence Park in January 2019 and entered my current role in August 2021. I manage both the Human Resources and Business Office operations of the community. Graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor's of Science in Biology/Biochemistry. I plan to grow my career in senior living while encouraging more young college graduates to enter the industry.
I serve residents of our community by treating each with dignity and honor. I always remember that each resident lived a full and independent life before they moved here and how big of a change it must be for them to enter into senior living.
In my free time I enjoy spending time outdoors, traveling and collecting antiques.
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Brandon has worked in Senior Living for almost 8 years, starting his career as a Dining Room server and moving up from there. He went to school for Clinical Psychology, and often finds that his experience has helped him to better understand and counsel potential residents and their families in a time of need. Brandon serves residents at Providence Park by ensuring their search for the perfect home is stress-free and they have a smooth transition. He also makes himself available to answer questions for residents and their families while showing them our vibrant community to see how it will work with/benefit their lifestyle.
Monique has been working in senior living for over 8 years. She joined the Rose Senior Living Providence Park team in April 2023. Prior to joining the Rose Senior Living team, she worked as a part-time caregiver for a 102-year-old woman for two years. Some of Monique's career accomplishments include being featured in the local news and television for her line dancing group, reuniting long-lost sisters, and hosting a Gorgeous Grandmothers event. Monique’s mission is to provide quality of life to her residents by creating purposeful and engaging activities for them while fulfilling their dreams. In her free time, Monique enjoys spending time with her family; playing board games with her seven siblings and Uno with her nieces and nephews!
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