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Graeme ‘Gray’
Freeman

Chief Executive Officer

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Matt
Omer

Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer

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Jordan Hellman

Director of Operations & Business Development

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Kurt
Davis

Director of Business Development

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Ryan
Baxter

Director of Operations

Graeme “Gray” Freeman is the CEO of 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California. He is certified by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) and Home Health Aide (HHA).

As CEO, Gray is responsible for developing the corporate strategy of 123 Home Care as well as managing operations, sales and marketing. He works closely with the 123 Home Care team to ensure high-quality care, unrivaled customer service, operational efficiency and the execution of strategic initiatives.

Prior to founding 123 Home Care, Gray served as a strategic consultant for Intelligent Ecosystems, a green energy company that sells eco-products in the trucking, transportation, mining and construction industries. Previously, Gray was a civil defense attorney with a prominent law firm in the greater Los Angeles and Orange County area.

Gray received his JD from the Martin Luther King School of Law at the University of California, Davis and his BS in Business Administration magna cum laude from the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona.

Gray is actively involved with the Alzheimer’s Association and has acted as the Committee Chair for the Alzheimer’s Association California Southland Chapter’s Los Angeles Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

In his free time, Gray’s interests include: running, playing soccer, skiing, world travel and practicing his Spanish abroad.

Matt Omer is the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer of 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

Matt is responsible for managing the financial affairs and executing the operations strategy for 123 Home Care. His primary focus is on ensuring 123 Home Care continues to deliver the highest quality of care and customer service in the industry. In addition, Matt oversees 123 Home Care’s compliance, quality assurance and human resource activities.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Matt was a Senior Director of Corporate Finance for VIANT, a Time Inc. company focused on Digital Advertising. Matt has significant experience with corporate strategy, business operations, and mergers and acquisitions.

Matt received his BS in Management from the Eller School of Business at The University of Arizona. Matt holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation®.

In his free time, Matt’s interests include: golf, snowboarding, wakeboarding, and travel.

Jordan Hellman is the Director of Operations & Business Development of 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

Jordan works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing sales and marketing strategies. In addition, Jordan focuses on the enrichment of current relationships with clients, referral sources and industry partners. In his capacity as Director of Operations & Business Development he also ensures operational efficiency, high quality care, unrivaled customer service and the execution of strategic initiatives.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Jordan was a civil defense attorney for a prominent national law firm. In that capacity, Jordan represented businesses and individuals with regard to numerous general liability areas (e.g., labor/employment, hospitality, transportation, negligent hiring, and premises liability). In addition, he acted as an advisor to clients regarding risk management, company policy and business compliance among other legal issues.

Jordan obtained his J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York, NY and received Bachelor’s Degrees with honors in both Psychology and Crime, Law and Justice from Penn State University.

In his free time, Jordan’s interests include: ice hockey, hiking, photography and skiing.

Kurt Davis is a Director of Business Development of 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

Kurt is responsible for executing the sales and marketing strategy for 123 Home Care. As part of the 123 Home Care team, Kurt’s primary focus is fostering relationships with hospitals, facilities, communities, and families to ensure that present and future clients get the best care possible. In addition, he works closely with the Director of Operations to ensure families and referral sources stay informed about the care their loved-ones and clients are receiving.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Kurt worked at an industry leading marketing agency where he focused on identifying and developing projects across a diverse range of industries. Eventually, Kurt realized that he wanted to help people, something he proudly does every day at 123 Home Care.

Kurt received his BS in Marketing from the University of Connecticut.

In his free time Kurt enjoys exercising, spending time with family and friends, and nature.

Ryan Baxter is the Director of Operations of 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California. He is certified by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) and Home Health Aide (HHA).

Ryan is responsible for executing the operations strategy for 123 Home Care. His primary focus is on ensuring 123 Home Care continues to deliver the highest quality of care and customer service in the industry by acting as a liaison between Qualified Caregivers and clients. In addition, he oversees 123 Home Care’s compliance, quality assurance and human resource activities.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Ryan worked at Odyssey Investment Partners, a private equity firm focused on investing in businesses in growing industries. Ryan has significant experience with corporate strategy, operations and investing in businesses.

Ryan received his BS in Economics cum laude from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

In his free time, Ryan’s interests include: reading, running, basketball and world travel.

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Mark Schellinger

Director of Business Development

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Godales

Director of Care Management

Christa
Houser

Director of Operations & Business Development

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Lilith
Babayan

Director of Human Resources

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Tim
Trueba

Billing and Payroll Manager

Mark Schellinger is a Director of Business Development of 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California. He is certified by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) and Home Health Aide (HHA).

Mark is responsible for executing the sales and marketing strategy for 123 Home Care. His primary focus is on building mutually beneficial and sustainable relationships with 123 Home Care’s clients, referral sources and communities. In addition, he works closely with the Director of Operations to ensure referral sources stay informed about the care their clients are receiving.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Mark was with The Gores Group, an operationally focused private equity firm dedicated to acquiring underperforming businesses and making them better. Mark has significant experience with corporate strategy, operations and investing in businesses.

Mark received his Masters in Professional Accounting and his BBA in Accounting from the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas.

In his free time, Mark’s interests include: basketball, snowboarding, wakeboarding, world travel and struggling on the golf course.

April Godales is a Director of Care Management at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services.

In her role, April is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. She is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care. As such, her specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

April has worked in the healthcare field for the past 5 years. Her prior experience includes: patient advocacy, program planning and management.

April received her BS in Health Administration from California State University, Northridge and her MS in Gerontology from the University of Southern California.

In her free time, April’s interests include: lifting weights, trips to Las Vegas, church activities and reading.

Christa Houser is a Director of Operations & Business Development for 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

Christa works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing sales and marketing strategies. In addition, Christa focuses on the enrichment of current relationships with clients, referral sources and industry partners. In her capacity as Director of Operations & Business Development she also ensures operational efficiency, high quality care, unrivaled customer service and the execution of strategic initiatives. Prior to being a Director of Operations & Business Development of 123 Home Care, Christa was a Director of Care Management where she was responsible for helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Christa has worked in the long term care industry for the past 6 years. She completed the Administrator- in- Training program and worked as a Case Manager in a Skilled Nursing Facility coordinating all aspects of care for patients receiving short term skilled services. She served as the Executive Director of a 68 bed Assisted Living Community for a privately owned company in Ohio where she was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the community. After relocating to California, she worked for Sunrise Senior Living where she held the roles of Director of Sales, Regional Sales Specialist and Reminiscence Coordinator. Christa currently holds an RCFE License in the State of California.

Christa received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Health Care Administration and Long Term Care Administration from Ohio University. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Aging Services Management at the Leonard Davis School of Gerontology at the University of Southern California.

In her free time, Christa’s interests include: reading, hiking, going to the beach and spending time with family and friends.

Lilith Babayan is a Director of Human Resources at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

Lilith works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing human resource strategies and initiatives. In her capacity as Director of Human Resources, she is also responsible for the hiring process of 123 Home Care, which includes ensuring 123 Home Care recruits and hires the highest quality Caregivers, maintaining up-to-date employee files, ensuring compliance with all State Licensure requirements for Home Care Aides (HCAs), and handling other administrative duties. Additionally, Lilith also manages the company’s billing and payroll activities in tandem with senior management. Lilith has over 4 years of experience working in Human Resources.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Lilith was the Program Assistant for the Junior and Transfer year student Experiential Learning Program (JTEP) for Cal State University, Northridge. In that capacity, Lilith helped students find internships and other experiential learning opportunities throughout the country. Additionally, Lily worked for the Los Angeles Clippers where she assisted the organization in meeting operational requirements during home games, namely ensuring the team’s players were executing on pre and post-game demands.

Lilith received her BA in Psychology and a Minor in Human Resources Management from California State University, Northridge where she graduated cum laude.

Lilith is fluent in both English and Armenian.

In her free time, Lilith’s interests include: watching documentaries, listening to jazz, exploring great cities and taking mediocre photographs.

Tim Trueba is the Billing and Payroll Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California. In his role as Billing and Payroll Manager, Tim is responsible for managing the billing and payroll department and works alongside the billing and payroll team to foster their growth and development.

He reviews interdepartmental processes related to billing and payroll to ensure a smooth workflow with the Care Management team, and focuses on how to evolve the day-to- day tasks to accommodate the rapid growth of 123 Home Care. Prior to 123 Home Care, Tim spent 7 years with SolarCity which later merged with Tesla Motors.

Tim managed several business operations teams before relocating from San Francisco to Las Vegas to expand the business.

In 2014, Tim transitioned from business operations to Human Resources where he began managing the payroll department. In 2017, the payroll team relocated to Salt Lake City, Utah, which is what led Tim back to California and ultimately 123 Home Care. Tim spent two years at the College of San Mateo focusing on business administration before pursuing the workforce head on. He is an active member of the American Payroll Association and is always seeking opportunities for continued education.

In his free time, Tim enjoys cooking, hiking, listening to podcasts, and playing Frisbee with his dog.

Aaron
Smith

Business Development Associate

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Cindy
Yee

Care Manager

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Durner

Care Manager

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Megan
Hildebrandt

Care Manager

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Clarissa
Reyna

Care Manager

Aaron Smith is a Business Development Associate for 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 13 locations serving California.

Aaron works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing sales and marketing strategies. In addition, Aaron focuses on the enrichment of current relationships with clients, referral sources and industry partners. Prior to being a Business Development Associate of 123 Home Care, Aaron was a Care Manager with 123 Home Care where he was responsible for helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Aaron has 7 years of customer service experience having worked for companies such as California Pizza Kitchen and Red Robin Burgers. Aaron played a large role in helping the current Mayor of Long Beach, Robert Garcia, take office through rigorous campaign efforts. Certain of Aaron’s family members are caregivers and Aaron grew up with a deep appreciation of the work that caregivers do and the important role that they play in their clients’ lives.

Aaron received his B.A. in Sociology from California State University, Long Beach.

In his free time, Aaron’s interests include: golfing, traveling with his girlfriend, and dominating his Fantasy Hockey League.

Cindy Yee is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 13 locations serving California.

In her role, Cindy is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. She is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care. As such, her specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Cindy worked as a Behavioral Interventionist and provided one on one direct services to children and young adults with autism spectrum disorders using Applied Behavior Analysis. Additionally, Cindy has customer service experience having worked at the Boiling Crab, a seafood restaurant with over twenty locations serving California, Nevada and Texas.

Cindy received her BA in Psychology from the University of California, San Diego.

Cindy is fluent in English, Spanish and Cantonese.

In her free time, Cindy’s interests include: hiking, traveling, cooking, trying new restaurants, watching documentaries, photography, petting every dog she sees, and spending time with family and friends.

Ian Durner is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In his role, Ian is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. He is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care. As such, His specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to joining 123 Home Care, Ian was a Stock Manager at Club Monaco and Diesel USA. In that capacity, he managed a team of stock associates ensuring organizational objectives were met. Additionally, Ian worked as a producer for Red Ahead Productions where he managed a team of 25 production employees. Ian also worked for Biggby Coffee, a privately owned coffee business based in East Lansing, Michigan with 140 locations.

Ian received his degree in Communication Studies from California State University, Northridge where he graduated cum laude and was the recipient of the California State University Northridge Kent Joel Snyder scholarship.

In his free time, Ian’s interests include: Michigan State University basketball and football, Chicago Cubs baseball, reading, and playing with his cat Oliver.

Megan Hildebrandt is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In her role, Megan is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. She is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care. As such, her specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Megan was a Client Relations and Accounts Coordinator at Freshlunches, Inc., a provider of healthy meals to school districts in Southern California. In this capacity, she was responsible for being the primary point of contact for clients, training service staff, conducting school site visits and managing companywide report books. Previously, Megan was a Client Service Coordinator for Banfield MARS Inc. Megan started her career in customer service as a Barista at Starbucks while attending California State University Long Beach. Megan was also an Administrative Intern for the Reddy2Fight Foundation which delivers care packages to children who have been hospitalized for life threatening illnesses.

Megan received her BA in Sociology and BA in Human Development at California State University Long Beach. She also lived in Montreal, Quebec as a foreign exchange student studying sociology.

In her free time, Megan’s interests include: walks with her Bulldogs (Hadley & Dexter), traveling, going to the beach, coffee and movies.

Clarissa Reyna is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In her role, Clarissa is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. She is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care. As such, her specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Clarissa has worked in the home care industry for the past 4 years. Prior to working for 123 Home Care, Clarissa worked for BrightStar Care as a client care specialist providing account management. Additionally, Clarissa has worked for Kaiser Permanente in their Health Education Department and was a nursing student, shadowing nurses at Marin General Hospital and Redwood Senior Living in Marin County. Clarissa has experience with caregiving, nursing care, health education, and health care management.

Clarissa received her BS in Public Health from Dominican University of California.

Clarissa is fluent in English and Spanish.

In her free time, Clarissa’s interests include: good food, going on hikes or to the gym, reading, traveling, going to theme parks, watching Netflix, playing softball, her dog (Vader) and spending time with her family.

Kay
Manaligod

Care Manager

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Cristal
Munoz

Care Manager

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Dan
Strickland

Care Manager

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Justin
Tayag

Care Manager

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Lesli
Beltran

Care Manager

Kay Manaligod is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In her role, Kay is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. She is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care. As such, Kay’s specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to joining 123 Home Care, Kay worked for several non-medical home care companies and had over 7 years of hands-on managerial and caregiver experience, providing deep subject matter expertise. Previously, Kay worked for Bank of the West in their accounting department.

Kay received her Bachelor’s in Science in Industrial Engineering from Mapua Institute of Technology in the Philippines. Additionally, Kay has her Human Resources and Management Program Certificate from the City College of San Francisco.

In her free time, Kay’s interests include: going to the gym, hiking, movies & discovering new restaurants.

Cristal Munoz is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 13 locations serving California.

In her role, Cristal is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. She is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care. As such, her specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Cristal worked at the Los Angeles office of Arent Fox LLP (via canon Business Process Services, Inc.), a law firm and lobbying group based in Washington, D.C. In this capacity she provided assistance to attorneys and paralegals by handling confidential HIPPA documents and customer service issues with existing clients. She often acted as the point of contact for incoming clients and organized and managed meetings for all four (4) office locations. Prior to this, Cristal worked at Papa Murphy’s Take ‘N’ Bake Pizza where she worked as a shift manager for three (3) years. In her role, she was responsible for leading crew members, inventory functions, providing excellent customer service and resolving customer complaints quickly and efficiently.

Cristal received her Bachelor’s Degree in Ethnic Studies from California State University, Fullerton.

In her free time, Crista’s interests include: Hiking, camping, world travel, and spending time with her family.

Dan Strickland is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In His role, Dan is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. He is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care. As such, his specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Dan was a Customer Service Manager for the United States Postal Service. In this capacity, Dan ensured that clients received timely delivery of all mail and handled any customer and management issues surrounding US Postal Service mail delivery personnel. Additionally, Dan has over 10 years of customer service experience having worked for Arise Corporation, CVS and Kmart.

Dan received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Management from The William Paterson University of New Jersey.

In his free time, Dan’s interests include going to the beach, watching the Green Bay Packers and New York Yankees win, playing Madden (and winning), and attending various events in and around Los Angeles.

Justin Tayag is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In his role, Justin is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. He is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care. As such, his specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Justin worked for the Serenity Recovery Center at Encino Hospital Medical Center where he helped provide a secure environment for patients who were experiencing any form of drug addiction as they underwent the detoxification process. Justin provided support to patients in the admission and discharge process and educated them about the various options that could alleviate any source of discomfort that they may be experiencing.

Justin received his Bachelor of Arts in Public Health Policy at the University of California, Irvine and is currently working on his Master of Healthcare Administration at National University.

In his free time, Justin’s interests include: watching LA Laker games, lifting weights at the gym, shopping for new clothes and shoes, and watching shows such as The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones.

Lesli Beltran is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In her role, Lesli is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. She is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care. As such, her specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Lesli worked for Feldcare Connects, a healthcare administration company specializing in in-home therapy services including Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and providing therapy assistants and registered dietitians. In her capacity, she provided quality assurance and maintained visitation records to ensure patients were being visited with the correct frequency and duration. Prior to Feldcare Connects, Lesli gained great customer service experience having worked for Macy’s Inc. as a Sales Associate.

Lesli received her B.S. in Kinesiology from California State University, Northridge.

Lesli is fluent in English and Spanish and conversational in French.

In her free time, Lesli’s interests include: playing tennis, hiking, running and spending time with her niece.

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Melody
Ghayouri

Care Manager

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Jenevy
Reyes

Care Manager

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Jonathan
Castellanos

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Laura
Guzman

Care Manager

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Sam
Sotsuda

Care Manager

Melody Ghayouri is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In her role, Melody is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. She is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care.

As such, her specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Melody worked for March Vision Care for five (5) years, as an administrator of vision care benefits for managed care organizations, specifically for government sponsored programs such as Medicaid, Medicare, Medicare-Medicaid Plans, and Healthcare Exchange.

In this capacity, she oversaw team member’s schedules and daily work assignments, tracked attendance, created job aids to ensure effective learning, and assisted in the training of the Provider Contract Specialists. Previously, Melody worked at Northwestern Mutual Financial Network.

Melody received her B.A. in Business Administration with an emphasis in management from the University of California, Irvine.

In her free time, Melody’s interests include: cake decorating, watching movies and learning how to crochet.

Jenevy Reyes is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In her role, Jenevy is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. She is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care.

As such, her specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Jenevy worked for Wells Fargo, an international banking and financial services holding company headquartered in San Francisco, California, with “hubquarters” throughout the country.

Jenevy is receiving her B.A. in General Sociology from California State University, Northridge.

Jenevy is fluent in English and Spanish.

In her free time, Jenevy’s interests include: drinking coffee, event planning, making flower bouquets, hiking to the next waterfall, church activities and spending time with her dog, Chewbacca.

Jonathan Castellanos is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In his role, Jonathan is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers.

He is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care. As such, his specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to joining 123 Home Care, Jonathan developed strong leadership and interpersonal communication skills by serving as an Assistant in the International Studies and Languages Division at Pepperdine University as well as serving as a Spiritual Life Advisor at Pepperdine University.

In this capacity, Jonathan provided support to the Dean, professors, and office managers and assisted over 50 residents. Previously, Jonathan was a Research Intern in which he was tasked with analyzing and aggregating research on news and events on Spanish language news sites. Jonathan received his dual Bachelor of Arts in Hispanic Studies and International Affairs from Pepperdine University.

In his free time, Jonathan’s interests include: going to concerts, fitness, and discovering new vegetarian/vegan recipes.

Laura Guzman is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In her role, Laura is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. She is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care.

As such, her specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to joining 123 Home Care, Laura served as a Leadership Coordinator for UCLA’s After-School Program.

In this capacity, Laura was responsible for managing community service programs and helping over 1,000 students develop leadership skills. Previously, Laura was a Community Affairs Intern at the Martin Luther King Community Hospital. In this role, Laura was responsible for developing and implementing strategic plans designed to build and strengthen the overall brand of the Hospital.

Laura received her dual Bachelor of Arts Degree in American Studies and Ethnicity and in American Popular Culture from the University of Southern California. In her free time, Laura’s interests include: travel, event planning, and spending time with her nieces.

Sam Sotsuda is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In his role, Sam is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. He is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care.

As such, his specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in- home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to joining 123 Home Care, Sam was a Resident Advisor at The Menninger Clinic, a nationally recognized psychiatric hospital in Houston, Texas. In this capacity, Sam assisted in the development of education, vocational, and social rehabilitative experiences for patients with severe mental illness. Previously, Sam worked as a research assistant in a stem cell research laboratory at Baylor College of Medicine and worked in data analytics at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Sam received his Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and Biochemistry from Baylor University in Waco, Texas. In his free time, Sam’s interests include: playing soccer, spending time with his significant other and his dog, surfing with friends, and taking frequent trips to Disneyland.

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Shawn
Khodai

Care Manager

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Christina
Amiot

Care Manager

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Deicy
Hernandez

Care Manager

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Sherece
Schaff

Human Resource Coordinator

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Estela ‘Stella’
Cervantes

Human Resource Coordinator

Shawn Khodai is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California. In his role, Shawn is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers.

He is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care. As such, his specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Shawn was a Manager at Verizon Wireless, one of the nation’s largest telecommunications companies. In this capacity, Shawn was responsible for ensuring a positive customer experience and training employees. Shawn was recognized for his excellent customer service and support that he provided to thousands of customers.

Previously, Shawn spent over 5 years in management, sales, and customer service at some of the largest corporations in the retail and consumer products industries.

Shawn received his Bachelor of Science in Marketing from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. In his free time, Shawn’s interests include: Listening to music, reading, and watching movies.

Christina Amiot is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

In her role, Christina is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers.

She is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care.

As such, her specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process. Prior to 123 Home Care, Christina worked as a Senior Case Manager focused on locating safe, permanent, and nurturing homes for seniors in Beaverton, Oregon.

In this capacity, she served as an advocate for patients and their families by providing excellent customer service and ensuring a smooth transition to their new home. In addition, Christina founded a campaign that empowered and trained over 100 older adults on how to use modern technological devices. Christina received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from California State University, Long Beach and Masters of Social Work from California State University, Dominguez Hills. In her free time, Christina’s interests include: hiking, reading, and spending time with her family.

Deicy Hernandez is a Care Manager at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California. In her role, Deicy is responsible for delivering the highest quality care and customer service by acting as a liaison between 123 Home Care’s clients and Qualified Caregivers. She is the primary point of contact for 123 Home Care’s clients and their families at every step of the process as they coordinate for home care.

As such, her specific responsibilities include: helping families identify specific care needs, performing in-home assessments, developing Customized Care Plans, matching Qualified Caregivers/Clients, planning care schedules and communicating with clients and their families to answer any questions throughout the process. Prior to 123 Home Care, Deicy spent 5 years working in the home care industry.

Most recently, Deicy was a Staffing Coordinator responsible for managing over 100 caregivers.

In this capacity, Deicy provided customer service, coordinated for caregivers to assist families, and trained caregivers. Previously, Deicy gained experience in Human Resources in which she was responsible for screening, interviewing, and training applicants. Deicy received her Bachelor of Science in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. In her free time, Deicy’s interests include: hiking, swimming, paddle boarding, and early morning gym workouts

Sherece Schaff is a Human Resource Coordinator at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California. Sherece works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing human resource strategies and initiatives.

In her capacity as a Human Resource Coordinator, she is also responsible for the hiring process of 123 Home Care, which includes ensuring 123 Home Care recruits and hires the highest quality Caregivers, maintaining up-to-date employee files, ensuring compliance with all State Licensure requirements for Home Care Aides (HCAs), and handling other administrative duties. Prior to 123 Home Care, Sherece worked in the Human Resource department of Panda Restaurant Group where she was responsible for reviewing and auditing hiring and administrative documents.

Prior to this, Sherece worked as a Care Coordinator for adults with mental illness at Telecare Corporation. In that role, she provided therapeutic interventions and linked clients to community resources. Additionally, Sherece worked with the Assistant to the Dean of Psychology at Pepperdine University where she was in charge of a special archiving project and clerical duties. Sherece received her Masters of Arts and Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Pepperdine University.

In her free time, Sherece’s interests include: traveling, attempting to cook like her mother, cuddling with her rescue Chihuahua and practicing mindfulness.

Stella Cervantes is a Human Resource Coordinator at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

Stella works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing human resource strategies and initiatives. In her capacity as a Human Resource Coordinator, she is also responsible for the hiring process of 123 Home Care, which includes ensuring 123 Home Care recruits and hires the highest quality Caregivers, maintaining up-to-date employee files, ensuring compliance with all State Licensure requirements for Home Care Aides (HCAs), and handling other administrative duties.

Stella has worked in mental health as a registered therapeutic intern at Amanecer Community Counseling Services in Los Angeles. In that capacity, Stella provided bilingual mental health services to children ages 5-15 with moderate to severe diagnoses and implemented evidenced based treatment plans to manage client’s symptoms and behaviors. Prior to her internship, Stella was a campus service assistant at Antioch University. In that capacity, she managed the main student and staff department and was responsible for ensuring the smooth operations of educational programs throughout the school year.

Stella received her BA in Global Studies with an emphasis in North America from the University of California, Santa Barbara and her Masters in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Los Angeles.

Stella is fluent in both English and Spanish.

In her free time, Stella’s interests include: spending time with family, attempting to exercise, and watching the most recent horror flick.

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Camilla
Comolatti

Human Resource Coordinator

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Nicole
Monje

Human Resource Coordinator

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Marina
Ibrahim

Human Resource Coordinator

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Corina Esquivel

Human Resource Coordinator

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Magda
Melena

Human Resource Coordinator

Camilla Comolatti is a Human Resource Coordinator at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

Camilla works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing human resource strategies and initiatives. In her capacity as a Human Resource Coordinator, she is also responsible for the hiring process of 123 Home Care, which includes ensuring 123 Home Care recruits and hires the highest quality Caregivers, maintaining up-to-date employee files, ensuring compliance with all State Licensure requirements for Home Care Aides (HCAs), and handling other administrative duties. Additionally, Camilla also performs the company’s billing and payroll activities in tandem with senior management.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Camilla worked as a Project Manager at LW Loungewear, an online retail company in Sao Paulo, Brazil. In that capacity, Camilla created and implemented workflows, developed business management processes, managed the company’s budget and hired and trained new employees. Additionally, Camilla worked for VMM International in Dublin, Ireland, a nonprofit who has placed over 2,600 specialist personnel throughout Africa on a range of projects. In that capacity, Camilla updated and created security updates and profiles. Prior to VMM International, Camilla worked in the psychology field providing therapy to mental health patients.

Camilla completed her Project Management Certificate from the University of California Los Angeles (“UCLA”) Extension Program. Camilla has a Masters in Arts International Humanitarian Action from University College Dublin and a BA in Psychology from Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo.

Camilla is fluent in Portuguese and English and is conversational in French and Spanish.

In her free time, Camilla’s interests include: traveling the world, watching cooking shows and reading sappy books.

Nicole Monje is a Human Resource Coordinator for 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

Nicole works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing human resource strategies and initiatives. In her capacity as a Human Resource Coordinator, she is also responsible for the hiring process of 123 Home Care, which includes ensuring 123 Home Care recruits and hires the highest quality Caregivers, maintaining up-to-date employee files, ensuring compliance with all State Licensure requirements for Home Care Aides (HCAs), and handling other administrative duties.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Nicole worked as Recruiter for Volt Workforce Solutions where she was responsible for sourcing, recruiting and staffing candidates across multiple industries. This included maintaining a quality pipeline of candidates as well as assessing candidates’ hard and soft skills through a combination of behavioral based interviews and competency-based evaluations. Prior to Volt Workforce Solutions, Nicole worked for FCi Federal a department of Homeland Security where she was a Data Entry Supervisor overseeing and training a team of 15 employees.

Nicole is currently attending Coastline College to obtain her Human Resources Management Certification and ASUonline to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management.

In her free time, Nicole’s interests include: Hiking, going to the beach and cuddling with her sweet miniature labradoodle, Teddy

Marina Ibrahim is a Human Resource Coordinator for 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

Marina works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing human resource strategies and initiatives. In her capacity as a Human Resource Coordinator, she is also responsible for the hiring process of 123 Home Care, which includes ensuring 123 Home Care recruits and hires the highest quality Caregivers, maintaining up-to-date employee files, ensuring compliance with all State Licensure requirements for Home Care Aides (HCAs), and handling other administrative duties.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Marina was a Research Assistant at California State University, San Bernardino where she recruited, interviewed, and trained participants to ensure the proper qualifications were met for the right sampling for the tests. She would also summarize, formulate, and present project results. Prior to completing her educational career, Marina worked for Rite Aid as a Customer Service Clerk where she operated the cash register, resolved all customer relation issues, trained new hires and participated in safety and procedural employee training.

Marina received her B.A. in Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino and her Associate of Arts in Social and Behavioral Studies from Riverside Community College.

In her free time, Marina’s interests include: spending time with family and friends, listening to music, and reading books that expand the mind.

Corina Esquivel is a Human Resource Coordinator for 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

Corina works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing human resource strategies and initiatives. In her capacity as a Human Resource Coordinator, she is also responsible for the hiring process of 123 Home Care, which includes ensuring 123 Home Care recruits and hires the highest quality Caregivers, maintaining up-to-date employee files, ensuring compliance with all State Licensure requirements for Home Care Aides (HCAs), and handling other administrative duties.

Prior to 123 Home Care, Corina worked at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth for 16 years. While working for Johns Hopkins CTY, Corina worked in the capacity of Program Manager, Educational Advisor and Outreach Coordinator. Previously, Corina worked for Loyola Marymount University in the Human Resource Department.

Corina received her B.A. in Political Science and Certificate in Human Resource Management from Loyola Marymount University.

In her free time, Corina’s interests include traveling, taking nature walks, reading and volunteering.

Magda Melena is a Human Resource Coordinator at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California.

Magda works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing human resource strategies and initiatives.

In her capacity as a Human Resource Coordinator, she is also responsible for the hiring process of 123 Home Care, which includes ensuring 123 Home Care recruits and hires the highest quality Caregivers, maintaining up-to- date employee files, ensuring compliance with all State Licensure requirements for Home Care Aides (HCAs), and handling other administrative duties.

Prior to joining 123 Home Care, Magda worked as a Team Leader for Target Corporation. During her tenure at Target, Magda oversaw operations for several top selling departments, lead and coached a team of 30 employees to increase sales and actively participated in performance management.

Prior to her role as a Team Leader, Magda also acted as a Human Resources Generalist for Target Corporation, wherein she led the Human Resources department, including overseeing the scheduling and payroll processes for over 200 employees, while also coordinating and overseeing all new hire processes.

Prior to working for Target Corporation, Magda was an Associate Teacher for Hudson Elementary School, where she created lesson plans and assisted in the teachings of a Kindergarten classroom. Magda received her B.S. in Business Administration, with concentrations in both Finance and Human Resources Management from California State University, Long Beach.

She received her Associates Degree in Business Administration from Long Beach City College and has memberships with the Financial Management Association (FMA) and the Society for the Advancement of Management (SAM).

In her free time, Magda’s interests include: traveling, reading, dancing, and working out.

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Andrea
Ayad

Human Resource Coordinator

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Mia
Hugo

Human Resource Coordinator

Joey
Trejo

Payroll Analyst

Andrea Ayad is a Human Resource Coordinator at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California. Andrea works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing human resource strategies and initiatives.

In her capacity as a Human Resource Coordinator, she is also responsible for the hiring process of 123 Home Care, which includes ensuring 123 Home Care recruits and hires the highest quality Caregivers, maintaining up-to- date employee files, ensuring compliance with all State Licensure requirements for Home Care Aides (HCAs), and handling other administrative duties.

Prior to joining 123 Home Care, Andrea worked as a Financial Services Representative for a leading financial services company. In that capacity, Andrea worked diligently to cultivate meaningful client relationships and provide the highest quality service to her clients. Additionally, in this role, she also had the opportunity to partner with Human Resource Directors in implementing financial wellness programs and promoting financial literacy amongst employees of private organizations and municipalities. Andrea received her B.A. in Communications from the University of California, Santa Barbara. In her free time, Andrea’s interests include lifting weights, petting all the puppies, and spending time with family and friends.

Mia Hugo is a Human Resource Coordinator at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California. Mia works closely with the management team of 123 Home Care in developing and implementing human resource strategies and initiatives.

In her capacity as a Human Resource Coordinator, she is also responsible for the hiring process of 123 Home Care, which includes ensuring 123 Home Care recruits and hires the highest quality Caregivers, maintaining up-to- date employee files, ensuring compliance with all State Licensure requirements for Home Care Aides (HCAs), and handling other administrative duties. Prior to joining 123 Home Care, Mia worked as a Staffing Manager/Human Resources Manager for another company within the non-medical home care industry. In that capacity, Mia worked closely with both clients and caregivers, overseeing client relationship management, caregiver development and retention, while also performing billing, payroll, and client acquisition functions. Mia also brings several years as a Registered Nurse working in many settings including hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and running several Board and Care facilities. Mia received her B.S. in Nursing from California State University, Fresno. Mia also holds her Senior Professional in Human Resource (SPHR) certification and is an active member of The Society for Human Resources Management.        

In her free time, Mia’s interests include: traveling, recruiting, eating out, and frequenting casinos.

Joey Trejo is a Billing and Payroll Analyst at 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California. In his role as Billing and Payroll Analyst, Joey is responsible for accurate and speedy processing of all billing and payroll needs. This includes managing all employee time and attendance data, generating accurate and detailed client invoices, and maintaining accurate payroll records by working with Human Resource to update status changes, benefits deductions, time-off accruals, and withholdings. Along with these responsibilities, Joey plays a crucial role in the development and improvement of processes to accommodate the rapid growth of 123 Home Care.   

Prior to joining 123 Home Care, Joey was an Administrative Assistant/Referral Coordinator at The Dominguez Law Firm, a personal injury law firm located in Los Angeles, CA. In that capacity, he was responsible for improving all filing processes, managing professional client referral sources, and auditing closed cases for any liabilities.  Additionally, Joey worked for JPI US in Tokyo, Japan as an Empowerment Program Leader where he provided education and training to high school students in developing the life skills needed to succeed in today's competitive society. Prior to completing his educational career, Joey worked as an Administrative Assistant/Peer Mentor and International Peer Advisor where he held seminars/workshops and office hours for incoming freshmen and international students.  Joey received his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology/Law & Society at the University of California, Riverside, where he graduated cum laude and was elected Student Marshal for the Class of 2016. In his free time, Joey’s interests include: traveling, short walks on the beach, lifting weights at the gym, fashion photography, going to music festivals, and playing video games.

Chris Lay is an Advisor to 123 Home Care, a leading provider of non-medical home care services with 18 locations serving California. Chris aids the 123 Home Care management team by keeping them apprised of the latest findings within the healthcare industry, particularly those related to biology and neuroscience.

Dr. Lay accumulated 15 years of experience in the healthcare industry, including therapeutic drug monitoring at The Scripps Research Institute, and fundamental research in ischemic stroke at the University of California. This research has led to the authorship of 16 peer-reviewed journal publications, and two fellowships from the University of California and the American Heart and Stroke Association.

Dr. Lay holds a B.S. in Biology form the College of Idaho, a Ph.D. in Neurobiology from the University of California (Irvine), and an MBA from the University of Southern California. He is the recipient of a University of California Distinguished Fellowship in Neuroscience, an American Heart Association Fellowship in Cerebrovascular Disease, and a Guilford C. Babcock Fellowship in Finance from USC.

In his free time, Chris enjoys yoga, surfing, and volunteering with the American heart and Stroke Association.

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