Owner and Senior Living Advisor
Holly Jennings has been a licensed Assisted Living Administrator since 2003. She attended the University of Central Florida and Palm Beach Atlantic University and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Management with a minor in Human Resources and a Master’s in Business Administration.
Knowing from first-hand experience of placing her own loved ones in an Assisted Living facility, and for compassionately caring for the residents and families in communities she served, Holly understands both perspectives. Taking care of seniors in their golden years is something very near and dear to her heart. From choosing the right community to the entire transitional process, family is, and has always been her main focus. Her desire to help families and find solutions is a gratifying journey.
Holly proudly serves on the board for the Alzheimer’s Dementia Resource Center and is a Senior Care leader in her local church. Holly has been a Central Florida resident since 1987 and lives in Lake Nona with her husband Jim. They have a blended family of 5 grown children and 4 grandchildren.
Community Resource and Senior Living Advisor
Katie Thomaston was a stay at home mom for 17 years. After deciding to re-enter the workforce, she joined the team at Premier Senior Consultants. She has always had a passion for helping others and here has been able to hone her skills into helping seniors and their families. She is Assisted living Administrator Core Trained and works with families and businesses designed to help seniors along their aging journey.
Katie has always been extremely involved with her immediate and extended family. As a child, watching her grandmother age was a memorable experience for her and gave her the desire to one day help others through this process. Katie lives with her husband Matthew and they have 4 children, Jacob, Joseph, Jude and Jillian. They attend church at Journey Christian Church in Apopka.
Meghan Ferguson attended Valencia College and has a degree in Health Sciences. She has always had a passion for being there for people during the difficult moments in life and has enjoyed getting to apply that passion to helping seniors and their families during times of transition. She was blessed to get to know five of her great-grandparents, and all four of her grandparents, so she was raised aware of the special role that seniors play in the lives of their younger family members and the community and how cherished those relationships can be.
Meghan has lived in Central Florida her whole life, and now resides in Orlando with her husband Chandler and their three daughters.