Linda M. St. Louis, RN, Director of Clinical Services, Licensed Long Term Care Administrator
Linda is our Director of Clinical Services.
She is responsible for the oversight, development, and regulatory compliance of our licensed care services, which focuses on meeting the personal care needs of our clients under the direction of their physician.
Barbara Lyons, RN, BSN, Director of Clinical Services
Barbara joins our team as the Director of Clinical Services. She is responsible for the oversight, development, and regulatory compliance of our licensed care services, which focuses on meeting the personal care needs of our clients under the direction of their physician.
She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from 25 years of working in the homecare industry and being the Clinical Founder and Vice President of Anthem Health Services.
No matter what the ailment or limitation, her goal is to find a way to make staying at home a reality for our clients. She loves helping families find solutions and create plans that enable their loved ones to remain safely at home.
In her spare time, she is a want-a-be carpenter, with a love of power tools! Spending time with her husband and 2 sons while rehabbing things is magical to her.
Suzan Coppola, Director of Client Care
We are thrilled to announce that Suzan Coppola has joined Schenectady's team as Director of Client Care. Sue's primary responsibility will be to visit our existing clients to ensure that they are pleased with the service they are receiving and that we have made good CAREGiver matches.
In the past, Sue spent seven years marketing for M&M's; now that sounds like a sweet job!
Kimberly Serafino, Client Care CoordinatorKim has joined us as our Client Care Coordinator. She works with our clients and CAREGivers to ensure quality services are provided to our families.
She has a BA in community and health services, with a focus on advocacy. Before joining the Home Instead team, she spent over 12 years supporting individuals with developmental disabilities.
Kim enjoys spending time with her extended family, including her husband, 2 daughters, and 2 dogs. Her creativity is expressed through her gardening and home improvement projects.
Brittney Skiff, Service Coordinator
Another awesome member of our team! Brittney Skiff is our new Service Coordinator. She will ensure that our Clients receive services as requested by coordinating CAREGivers' schedules.
Brittney graduated from Franklin University with a BA in Business Administration and has been working in Human Resources for over 5 years. She is an animal lover, but she is also a huge fan of the ocean and thunderstorms—yes, thunderstorms!
She enjoys reading, travelling and spending time with friends and family. She is a welcome addition to our Home Instead family.
Angellina Jitiam, Staff Coordinator
Angellina Jitiam is our Staff Coordinator and works hard to ensure the best match of CAREGiver and Client for the desired times, thus providing the most satisfactory experience for everyone.
Angellina has traveled to various places to provide administrative assistance to an engineering firm and customer service for online billing and enrollment providers. She enjoys providing the assistance to seniors that will allow them to remain in their homes.
During her free time, she keeps busy supporting her son in his many sporting endeavors and visiting with family and friends.
Ashley Willis, Receptionist
Ashley Willis joins our team as the receptionist. She will be answering and directing incoming phone calls and supporting the smooth flow of information and paperwork for all team members, including office staff, CAREGivers, Clients, and families.
Ashley previously worked with young children and is excited to now “lend a hand” to seniors. She is an avid soccer player.
Briana Serafino, Retention Coordinator
Briana joins us as our Retention Coordinator. Her role is to provide various trainings, support programs, and recognition programs for CAREGivers. She also checks in with CAREGivers to ensure they are well-equipped to perform their job.
Briana has her BA in Psychology & Women's Studies, as well as her Graduate certificate in NonProfit Management & Leadership. She previously used her talents to support children and adults with a variety of special needs and now turns to supporting seniors in maintaining their independence.
She is a music aficionado. She was part of an Acapella Singing Group in the past, and continues to love to attend performances.
Wendy McGuffey, Administrative Assistant
Wendy joined the Home Instead team following 30 years as a Special Education teacher. As a CAREGiver, she enjoyed supporting the independence of seniors, and now as an Administrative Assistant, she enjoys working behind the scenes and assisting with the daily office functions to keep things running smoothly.
Wendy loves to organize and even has her own organizing business! She also loves animals and reading a good book on the ocean beach.
Roz Hurley, Owner / CAREGiver Supervisor
Our CAREGiver Supervisor Roz focuses on ensuring that our clients and their families are receiving the care that they deserve and that we are exceeding their expectations. Working in the field directly with clients and CAREGivers gives Roz a unique perspective on how we can continually improve our services to better serve our seniors.
Born and raised in San Francisco, California, Roz attended Bryman's Medical School and earned a degree in Medical Assisting. She is a home enthusiast who enjoys home decorating, family time and cooking up new recipes in her free time. Most of all, she enjoys spending time with her granddaughter, Cadie and hopes she be the grandmother her mother was to her children.
Jim Hurley, Owner
Franchise Owner Jim takes pride in knowing that Home Instead Senior Care in Schenectady strives to provide the best area care to our seniors. Through his relations and affiliations in the community Jim stays in tune with the changes that are affecting our senior’s lives. Jim is a member of the Schenectady County Long Term Care Consortium and Capital District Senior Housing Option Providers. He is also a board member for the Rotary Club of Schenectady and for Visiting Nurses Foundation. Jim is also actively involved in the Alzheimer’s Association of Northeast New York.
Raised in Clifton Park, New York, Jim has moved throughout much of the country to find himself not far from home doing something he loves. In his personal time he looks forward to walks with Roz and their 2 dogs, Charlie and Gracie.
In one word Jim described himself as “involved”.