Dana Kortokrax, Owner & President
Dana Kortokrax is the Owner and President of All God’s Graces, Inc., dba Home Instead Senior Care of Northwest Ohio with offices across northwest Ohio. As a graduate of Bowling Green State University, Dana began her career in Chicago with Richardson-Vicks, Inc. and then moved to Cincinnati to work at Proctor & Gamble (P&G) when they purchased the company three years later. Dana’s career included domestic and international executive roles in sales, marketing and business development.
After 25 years and ten relocations including three world continents, Dana decided to put down stronger roots in Colorado. She traded in her Fortune 50 briefcase for a store front in the mountain resort community of Estes Park, Colorado. She spent the next eight years enjoying life as a small business owner and enjoying watching her three oldest children attend college and her youngest daughter graduate from high school in the spring of 2014. When her daughter decided to attend Ohio State University in Columbus and she had the opportunity to purchase two Home Instead Senior Care franchises in northwest Ohio, including her hometown area of Putnam County, her husband and her knew it was time to go “home”.
Since she was a young girl and did volunteer work at local nursing homes, she had a personal passion to be a part of changing the face of aging. Then when her mother was diagnosed with Dementia disease that passion was rekindled and she knew she wanted to be a driving force for making reliable, affordable and customizable senior care available wherever a senior called home. Dana is now the Owner and President of All God’s Graces, Inc. Her oldest son, Ryan, a Captain in the Army now commanding forces in Kuwait and Jordan plans to join her in this endeavor sometime in the near future to expand operations with emphasis on Veterans programs and an Alzheimer’s Legacy Care program.
With her proven, results-oriented track record and success with building strong, spirited organizations, she has received numerous executive accomplishment awards, been a featured presenter at CPG industry conferences, been published in the Harvard Business Review and contributed case studies to Europe’s INSEAD Executive Business Management Program. However her greater joy and passion is for the work she does now to increase awareness among seniors of their rights and opportunity to insist on controlling their own destinies and changing the face of aging across northwest Ohio.