Julie Pavkov's corporate Human Resource experience extends from small family owned software companies to government contracting. Julie has served as the HR Manager with the Manassas and Leesburg Home Instead offices since July, 2017. Julie believes in the mission of Home Instead Senior Care of making a positive impact in the lives of Clients and CAREGivers alike. Originally from Manassas, she atteneded James Madison University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology. Today, she resides locally with her family where she coaches soccer and enjoys being active outdoors.
Kathleen Narron has been a registered nurse for over twenty years. She originally started out in Washington D.C. in the Surgical ICU. She quickly found a passion for emergency room nursing. She worked as a charge nurse for most of her career in an emergency room in Manassas, where she raised four beautiful sons. She currently lives in Warrenton where she is raising her amazing 13 year old son. She has an adorable young granddaughter, who she can’t spoil enough, after raising five boys.
As a young teenager, Kathleen’s first job was a volunteer at the Red Cross. One of her jobs there was to visit senior citizens weekly at Leesburg Nursing Home in Annandale every week. She has come full circle and is back serving seniors again. She is excited to start this new chapter in her career, bringing quality care to our community’s senior population and providing a positive work environment for Home Instead’s compassionate and amazing CAREGivers.
I bring an entrepreneurial background to the position of Director of Business Development. Whether it be a non-profit or business venture, I enjoy building and growing organizations. I specifically get excited about growing the reach of Home Instead Senior Care, because as a former Nursing Assistant and EMT, I understand the difference our CAREGivers are making. My family has experienced first-hand how valuable in-home care is for our 101-year-old grandmother in preventing falls and socializing with her during her long days.
I have previously worked in grassroots organizing, publishing sales and have been involved in several tech start-ups as founder and co-founder. I graduated from Olivet Nazarene University with a degree in Religion and later earned a law degree from Regent University. I essentially grew up in a cornfield in NW Indiana and I now live in Warrenton with my wife of 15 years and our 3 children. I like IU Basketball, fishing, camping and watching our kids play their sports. And, I promise, I'm not that crazy-sports dad.
Prior to joining Home Instead Senior Care, Gail cared for her father for six years. During this time she realized how much she loved caring for him and knew she should continue caring for seniors. She joined Home Instead in 2010, starting out as a CAREGiver part-time. Soon afterwards, Gail moved into the position of Quality Assurance Coordinator, ensuring our clients receive the best of care.
Gail is married and has three children. She enjoys reading, watching movies and playing games. But mostly she loves working at Home Instead Senior Care and strives to ensure our clients are receiving the best care!
Annemarie hails from Miami, FL where she graduated from Florida International University with a BA in Modern Languages. Annemarie came to DC to attend American University where she obtained a Master of Arts in International Communication, met her husband of 34 years, and has three children and one adorable grandaughter. She loves opera and ballet and was once kissed on the hand by Luciano Pavarotti!
Annemarie began working at HISC as a faithful CAREGiver in 2010 and never looked back. Annemarie has had an affinity for the elderly from a young age. Starting at HISC after being a stay at home mom for 23 years was the perfect match.
When the opportunity to join the office staff was presented to her, she jumped in once again. She currently is our CAREGiver Relations Coordinator in the Human Resources Department. Annemarie says she loves helping CAREGivers have a great CAREGiver experience as they generously give of themselves in order to make a positive difference in the lives of our clients and their families.
As Human Resource Specialist, Chris keeps track of all CAREGiver documents, classes, and works with each CAREGiver to help make their career at HISC a success! Chris joined Home Instead Senior Care in 2014.
In her spare time she enjoys reading and art and making fairy gardens for her coworkers. She is also dedicated to physical fitness and weightlifting.
Christina joined the Home Instead Senior Care team in 2014 as a CAREGiver. Her experience as a caregver gves her a unique perspective in her role as a Staffing Coordinator who spends her days matching clients and caregivers for the best possible outcomes. Christina knows first hand what our clients expect from the CAREGivers helping them.
"I’ve always liked helping people, so when it was time for me to take a break from caregiving, I knew I wanted to stay within the Home Instead family. "
Prior to joining Home Instead Senior Care as a caregiver in July 2019, Susan was a litigation paralegal for thirty years in several highly rated law firms in the DMV. Having been the sole caregiver/point of contact for her mother, age 94, for ten years, Susan experienced how important it is to genuinely understand our seniors and their many needs; especially companionship. Originally from upstate New York, Susan received her bachelor's degree from the State University of New York at Utica/Rome. She subsequently obtained a Certificate in Paralegal Studies from McIntosh College in Dover, New Hampshire. Susan is excited to be a member of the human resources department and looks forward to recruiting and hiring outstanding caregivers for our seniors.
Anne started her life journey in caregiving at a very young age. Her mother was a geriatric nurse in a nursing home and released her children onto the floor at the tender age of 4 with instructions to "make someone's life better today." Taking that to heart, all her life Anne has lived in the service of others. In the beginning this meant Anne pursued a career in Special Education and was a teacher for 3 years before moving to Hawaii where her teaching license did not transfer. Knowing that Autism and Alzheimer's were similar she took a job in an Alzheimer's ward, and caring for the elderly accidentally became her passion. After she became a CNA, Anne became a Patient Care Technician and passed the National Board for Phlebotomy.
Having trained and worked with CNA's throughout her career in a variety of medical facilities and home care agencies, Anne brings a unique perspective to the hiring team. She describes herself as having an "awkward and friendly energy". She is full of life!
Anne also works on an On-Call basis with the Client Care Team; filling in on weekend shifts for other Caregivers who called out for emergency reasons. It blesses her greatly to still provide personal care to those who need it the most.
Deedi joined Home Instead Senior Care in 2019 as a caregiver. Through the clients she met and the people she worked with, she found her passion for serving others.
Previously, Dedi has worked with the Little Sisters of the Poor in Catonsville MD. Deedi is pursuing a nursing degree and is working to obtain her paramedic certification. Deedi finds her current role as Client Care Coordinator a great fit for her, as it helps her to continue serving others through compassion, kindness and morality.
“True happiness does not come from worldly pursuits but from a life of unselfish service to others.”
Sharon came to Home Instead in 2019 as a CAREGiver and discovered that she loved working with
Seniors. She recently started as the CAREGiver Engagement Coordinator in January of 2020. Sharon
received her Bachelor of Arts in Recreation and Leisure Services from Radford University where she concentrated in Outdoor Recreation. After graduating, she relocated to the NOVA area to pursue a career working with
troubled youth in the outdoors and took a position with a recreation facility in McLean, VA.
After becoming a mom in
1994, Sharon decided to stay home to run an in-home child care business for 9 years. Eventually, she returned to the regular work force where she worked for Loudoun County
in various roles for nearly 10 years.
While still a young mother, Sharon also took on the care for her mother-in-law who fought breast cancer until her death in 2002. Recently, Sharon has been assisting her mother and father-in-law as they age and has come to understand, first hand, the difference Home Instead CAREGivers are making for their clients.
is a people person and a team player and hopes to serve as a bridge between Clients and the
CAREGivers. Her door is
always open and CAREGivers can count on her to assist and support them in their caregiving journey.
Sharon has been married to her husband, Chris for 29 years and they have two children she adores.
Isata Langor is a Financial Accountant from Sierra Leone, West Africa. She hold a Bachelor’s of Science
Degree in Financial Services from the Institute of Public Administration and Management from the
University of Sierra Leone.
She worked for almost a decade with the First International Bank of Sierra Leone and later
relocated to the United States to join her husband in 2017.
Isata started as a Certified Nursing Assistant with Home Instead Senior Care in 2018 and worked as a
caregiver for almost two years before accepting the position of Financial Account Specialist.
At four years old, Edie knew she wanted to become a nurse due to a near death experience. She graduated from George Mason University with a Bachelor’s in Nursing. She was a registered nurse at Georgetown and spent twenty years as an ER nurse in Fort Belvoir. She has a love for gardening, Christmas, and the opera. She is highly involved with her family. Edie comes from a family of thirteen, and has three children of her own, and is a grandmother to four beautiful grandchildren whom she couldn’t be more grateful for. She continues to love and care for seniors because of her belief that they deserve the best and utmost respect. She is a lover of life and continues making Home Instead Senior Care a part of her family.
"I am continually struck by the professionalism, high level of caring and exemplary caregivers that I have met from Home Instead. My mom couldn't live without them, and neither could I.