Our Team

Sara Foster
Regional Executive Director

As Regional Executive Director, Sara comes to us with a strong background in Senior Care and Management. Her focus has always been on the administrative aspects and she continues to develop new protocols and procedures to enhance the daily lives of our residents.

Peg Spear
Regional Marketing Director

As Regional Marketing Director with over 25 years of Marketing, Sales and Sales Management, Peg brings the personal touch when it comes to working with residents and their families to transition to Assisted Living. In addition, she oversees our Activity Department, always striving to find new and varied programs for the residents and their families to enjoy.

Tami Martin, RN
Staff Nurse

Tami serves our Morris Community as the Staff Nursing Director. She began her career in the medical field 30 years ago as a Respiratory Therapist and became a Registered Nurse 20 years ago. She enjoys working with the residents and directing the nursing department to insure that all our residents receive the utmost care and a fulfilling and healthy life experience here at The Pointe at Morris. She enjoys getting to know the residents and their families. Tami is married and the proud mom of 2 teenage daughters.

Marissa Weber
Dietary Manager

As Dietary Manager, Marissa works diligently to meet the nutrition requirements our residents need, while maintaining the delicious variety they desire. Her menu is extensive and offers our residents multiple choices and options.

Koertney Aukland
Assistant Dietary Manager

Koertney has been a loyal employee at The Pointe at Morris for 6 years. She has worked her way up from a dietary aide to the assistant dietary manager. She enjoys the challenge of making new and exciting dishes for the residents. Koertney is passionate about her job and loves the residents. She is also the mother of a young son and in her spare times is an avid exerciser and is very health conscious.

Rachel Black
Activities Coordinator

In Rachel’s previous career she was actively involved in creating activities and outings in the childcare setting. With this experience, she was very excited to bring that to the next level and apply it to the senior care arena. Rachel is finding that working with seniors is very rewarding while having its challenges. She is looking forward to creating new and innovative activities, outings and events for the residents at The Pointe at Morris. Rachel is married with one young child.

Helen Brown

Helen has worked in senior housing for over 25 years. As a CNA, Nurse, Administrator, Dementia Specialist, and RVP of Operations.

Helen is not satisfied with status quo and is driven to ensure that seniors live their best possible lives, she believes that everyone needs purpose and meaning.

Helen is a firm believer that by listening, showing empathy, awareness, stewardship, and commitment to the growth of people, is the most important part of being a good leader. Servant Leadership is important not only for the residents that we serve but the growth of our employees.

Diana Janusz
Vice President of Clinical

For almost 20 years, Diana has worked in healthcare working her way from the ground up to being in Nursing Management for the last 10 years. Her passion is to teach and guide others to embrace the autonomy and compassion to serve all individuals, especially our residents that we have the good fortune to share our lives with. She is a project person and thrives on putting processes in place to better serve the community and build a team of compassionate members doing the same. In her personal life, she enjoys being with family, gardening, canning, cooking and loves all animals including her dogs, cats, three chickens, and her fish.

Michael Stein

Michael Stein began working in the senior housing industry through his own personal experience with his aging parents. He believes in running our community as if his own parents lived here. That leads to his four principles: 1) quality of care must be superb; 2) food quality and service must be outstanding; 3) the building must be maintained in top notch condition; and 4) the residents must be offered an engaging and enjoyable wide range of activities, outings, and entertainment. Michael visits our community regularly and enjoys meeting (and thanking!) residents and family members.