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 and her husband Jim attend First Baptist Church of Orlando. Holly has been a Central Florida resident since 1987. She has 3 children and a granddaughter in Orlando and two step-daughters in North Carolina.
Carrie Vick began her career in the United States Air Force, working in financial management and budget analysis. There she met and married her husband Trey. After six years of military service, Carrie and her family moved to Orlando, FL to be closer to family. Carrie began a new career in the Senior Living industry in 2004.
Carrie’s career path was strongly influenced by the older generations of her family that she had the privilege of spending a great deal of time with as a child. In her time as an administrator in the senior living industry, she had the pleasure of serving seniors and their families throughout Central Florida. Here her commitment to educate and link seniors to services and resources from which they could benefit grew over the years. Carrie’s passion is to help seniors feel safe, secure and honored in their environment.
Carrie is an active member at First Presbyterian Church of Orlando and enjoys spending time with her family. Carrie and her husband have three children, Brandon, Bailey and Bella.
Debbie Gryniewicz has learned that sometimes life forces us to make some very difficult decisions regarding the comfort and health needs of our loved ones. She has faced many of these decisions over the last thirty years while caring for family members from grandparents and now parents. She learned the need to make informed decisions and not to let her heart rule. Her experience and empathy can help others who face the same decisions.
Her career path has led her through many transitions, all of which can contribute to helping your family place your loved one in the right community. As a medical consultant, she is often asked to help patients make the decision to find the help they need with their daily living. She is always honored to help assess and guide with understanding and empathy.