Leadership

Senior Home Companions Leadership Team

Each member of our leadership team is committed to building relationships with clients, families, and our caregivers—everyone involved in the care of your loved one. That’s why our entire team knows the details of every client’s care. You have 24-hour support and access to a staff member who can answer questions and promptly handle any issues you may have.

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David Morgan, President

David Morgan learned about Senior Home Companions when SHC provided care for his grandparents. Thanks to those dedicated and compassionate caregivers, David’s grandparents were able to enjoy a full and independent lifestyle.

David’s background combines a passion for serving others and a love for delivering superlative service. David graduated from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College where he was a Leadership Fellow and a Tuck Scholar. He also holds a graduate degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and worked in ministry for a number of years. In addition, David has years of experience in business development with local real estate firms and has worked for Eli Lilly.

A sixth-generation Indianapolis resident, David is a graduate of Park Tudor School and Indiana University. He and his wife and their three boys enjoy engaging in outdoor adventures and are active members of College Park Church. David is a graduate of the Stanley K Lacey (SKL) Executive Leadership Program and also serves on the Board for Indiana Association for Home Care and Hospice.

Carrie Cash, Vice President

Carrie first learned of Senior Home Companions through Senior Home Companions president, David Morgan. She fondly remembers seeing caregivers bringing David’s grandfather to their family business so he could still be a part of the company, despite his deteriorating health.

Joining Senior Home Companions in 2013 and after years of managing a home health company in Indiana, Carrie was all too familiar with the physical and emotional toll that the aging process takes on both the individual and those who love and care for them.  Her goal through Senior Home Companions is to raise awareness that compassionate individuals are available when everyday life gets just beyond reach for our aging population.

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Damon Foreman, Finance Lead

I have worked in Homecare for the last seven years. I attended the University of Indianapolis and graduated with a Bachelor’s in Science. Once I graduated I joined the family business called Senior Helpers and learned that I really enjoyed helping older adults remain independent in their homes. I found a passion for creating processes and ensuring a positive working environment. My goal in working for SHC is to continue engaging in a positive client and employee experience through billing and payroll accuracy.

My wife and I live in Logansport with our two sons. We enjoy spending time with our family and friends. We are active members at the Church of Christ at Grissom in Peru, IN, and are involved in ministries at the church. We enjoy attending high school and collegiate sporting events as a family

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Devon Holm, Director of Client Relationships

Devon attended the University of Indianapolis and received her bachelors in community health education with a minor in psychology. She has been in the medical field for over 4 years and has loved every second of being able to make partnerships within the community to help families get the kind of care they need. While focusing on business development and client services management here at SHC she has not only been able to help educate families and partners on our resources/services but has been able to further her own knowledge on different programs and resources from others as well. “There’s a lot to say about the team here at SHC, and I am very proud to be a part of it. This is exactly who I would call if a member of my family needed these services.”

Devon and her husband reside in Carmel with their dog, Wrigley. They love attending country concerts and hosting dinners and gatherings with their friends and family. She also enjoys participating in volunteer work with the Heroes Foundation when she can and is an avid reader.

Amy Babbitt, People Champion

Amy is our Manager of Employee Experience and comes to Senior Home Companions with experience at large corporate companies as well as most recently with a healthcare nonprofit. This experience has led Amy to a passion for serving people by providing them with the services, skills, training and knowledge that leads them to be the best employees they can be.

Amy moved from Michigan to Indianapolis after college and has fallen in love with the city. She has since convinced most of her family to make the move to Indy. In her spare time, Amy enjoys trying new restaurants, playing with her nephews and spending time with friends, as well as being involved at her church. She is an avid traveler and makes it a goal to leave the country at least once a year.

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Michael Lamkin, Director Business Development

Michael comes to SHC with different experience than other members of the staff, but he has the same passion for helping others. Michael saw the need for personal care with his own family, and strives to improve the lives of those around him.

As Director of Business Development, Michael works with the development team to meet with new clients, ensuring that all their needs are explored, and that all families are paired with the right solution by the coordination team. Michael also works to ensure that all facets of SHC business are aligned for the best customer service possible.

Michael graduated from Purdue University in 2008, with a Bachelor’s in US History, focusing on Political and Legal history. In 2014, Michael completed his Master’s in Business Administration at Butler University, with a concentration on Marketing. Michael spent the past six years as a Sales Manager for two Indianapolis area retailers.

Michael & his wife live in Carmel, and are members of Mercy Road Christian Church. Michael has previously done work for not-for-profits including the Make-a-wish foundation, and St. Jude Children’s hospital. Michael is currently on the board of Hamilton County—Council of Aging. He is currently helping coordinate a Worldvision team, as they prepare to run the Monumental ½ & full Marathons. In his spare time Michael enjoys running, bicycling, and spending time with family.

Holly Conway-Eaton, Community Outreach Liaison

After a career in leadership roles with healthcare companies (17 years in pharmaceutical sales), Holly decided to turn her passion into her vocation by becoming a caregiver with Senior Home Companions. In her words, “I wanted to be able to truly impact the lives of the elderly.” Holly served a number of clients over a four-year period as a caregiver and developed strong relationships with each of them. Since then, Holly has used her creativity and compassion to help connect SHC with our community. She has been in a marketing position with SHC for over 5 years and has learned that it often does take a village to provide the quality care and resources that enable the elderly to age successfully. Holly graduated from Ball State University with a degree in Marketing. She has three children and one granddaughter, who she enjoys spoiling at every opportunity.

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Anne Miller, Director Client Services

Anne Miller first connected with Senior Home Companions through her close friend and SHC founder, Gloria Scott. Anne was looking for help with her mother-in-law, who needed support at home. Her experience as a client led her to join our mission

to help seniors maintain their independence. Anne’s attention to detail, her sensitivity and caring nature make her a perfect fit for coordinating efforts with SHC’s clients.

Anne is from Pittsburgh and is a graduate of Purdue University. Before joining SHC, she worked for a local CPA firm and held various management positions with Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Simon Properties and Mark Miller Construction Corp.

Anne has been involved in various volunteer activities throughout the Indianapolis community including Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Association, Lawrence Township Foundation Board and many neighborhood events. She and her late husband, Mark, have two grown sons and a granddaughter.

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Angela Eckholm, Client Services Manager

Angela has always had a passion for helping others and first learned about SHC when working for Home Safe Homes, a company that helps people remain in their homes even when illness or disability alters their physical abilities. She realized that the need to help these individuals is so great and the importance of remaining independent and prideful was something that could not and should not be ignored.

She graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Psychology and Law in Society. Angela then went on to work for the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor’s Office as the Victim Assistance Coordinator for many years. Then, she married and moved to Fishers to work with the Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault.

She has been settled in Noblesville for the past 16 years and made the decision after working in various fields of service to get back to helping the elderly. This work has provided such a fulfillment for her and she has been touched by the lives of those that she has helped. She now has two amazing boys and enjoys playing tennis and reading but gets most joy out of watching her kids on the basketball court.

Pam Crowder, Client Services Manager

Pam Crowder has a heart for connecting with and ensuring quality care for seniors, especially those living with dementia. She has worked in the healthcare field for over fifteen years providing therapeutic recreation opportunities for residents in the skilled nursing, rehab, memory care, and assisted living environment. Pam has spent half of her career serving and assisting families and residents through their Alzheimer’s journey as a memory care specialist. Pam has her Bachelors degree from Purdue University in Recreation Studies: Therapeutic Recreation and Social Services Designee certification.

She lives with her husband and their dog Esther, who enjoys working as a therapy dog for seniors! Pam has three grown children and three granddaughters whom she adores and loves to spend time with. Painting murals, reading, swimming, going antiquing, and having backyard gatherings with friends and family are a few of her favorite things. She volunteers at her church with her friends from the SonRise Bible study for developmentally disabled adults, leading songs with her guitar.

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Sally Pearson, RN, Registered Nurse

Sally Pearson has more than 30 years of experience assisting families as a public health nurse. She is an outstanding resource in helping SHC families navigate transitions and prepare for the future.

Sally has coordinated care for two family members with Alzheimer’s, and SHC cared for her mother before Sally joined SHC. Sally has expanded her personal experience and medical training on dementia and Alzheimer’s by attending a number of workshops and seminars on the topic. She frequently helps SHC families understand and deal with dementia symptoms and its progression.

Sally graduated from North Central High School and Indiana University School of Nursing. She enjoys singing in the St. Luke’s United Methodist Church Women’s Choir and also participating in the church’s Healing Ministry and Spiritual Life Commission. Sally and her husband Ron have three grown children and two grandsons.

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Debbie Broderick, Client Coordinator

Debbie Broderick nurtured a passion for caring for older adults through her experience with her father–in-law and joined the Senior Home Companions team in 2006. As our caregiver coordinator, Debbie works tirelessly to ensure SHC clients are matched with caregivers who best suit their unique needs and preferences.

Debbie earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education from Indiana University and went on to teach in early education in Indianapolis for 11 years. Debbie volunteers at A Caring Place through Catholic Social Services and also serves on the Good Samaritan Committee at Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Debbie and her husband Roger have three children and live in the Meridian-Kessler neighborhood of Indianapolis, where she enjoys morning walks with close friends.

Hannah Dudley, Client Coordinator

Hannah graduated from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Hannah previously worked with individuals of all ages at a mental health facility, Meridian Health Services.

Hannah also has a strong background in emergency care, being a 911 Dispatcher for law enforcement, fire, and EMS. Hannah lives in Greenwood with her soon to-be husband, Chris. In Hannah’s spare time, she enjoys watching the Dallas Cowboys, camping, going to the gun range, and spending time with her family.

Christina Ficsher, Client Coordinator

Christina obtained both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. While there, much of her work focused on health communication. She also has an affinity for the Deaf community after having taken several courses in American Sign Language. As a result, much of her research centers on how to improve the relationships between Deaf patients and their health care providers.

Christina is an animal lover and has two cats of her own, Ringo and Kitten.  In her spare time she enjoys reading and listening to her favorite podcasts. She is especially interested in mystery genres. Christina is also a loyal Chicago sports fan and loves to spend Sundays with her boyfriend, Matt, watching football to cheer on the Bears and the Colts.

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Amy Parrish, HR Coordinator

Amy first learned about SHC from our President’s family and has always had a passion for helping others. As the HR Coordinator, Amy believes in providing great customer service and strives to help anyone that comes across her path.

Amy was brought to SHC for her extensive customer service and business experience.  Amy has a degree from Purdue University in early childhood education. She is the mother of three, enjoys spending  time with her family, and is active in the community.

As a member of the planning committee for the not-for-profit, Tricia’s Hope, Amy helps individuals with cancer as well as provide support for survivors.

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Susie Wolfley, Caregiver Recruiter

Susie has spent most of her life working in the customer service field and has spent the last five years as the Visitor Services Coordinator for a not-for profit museum in downtown Indianapolis.  She has made it her passion and goal to create positive, supportive environments for everyone she comes in contact with and Senior Home Companions is the perfect place for her to continue pursuing that goal. Susie graduated from Purdue University with degrees in Anthropology and Art History and later received a master’s degree in Adult Education from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. A lifelong Indiana resident, Susie currently lives on the east side of Indianapolis with her husband and feisty toddler daughter.

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JoEllen Menner, Office Coordinator

JoEllen has always wanted to have a job where she is genuinely helping others and SHC is the perfect fit. She watched her mother care for her maternal grandmother with Alzheimer’s and her aunt care for her paternal grandmother with dementia and saw the love, time and energy it took to care for them and greatly admired their dedication.

JoEllen graduated from Butler University with a degree in Marketing. In her spare time, she enjoys being outdoors and spending time with family and friends. She volunteers for Big Brother Big Sisters of Central Indiana and enjoys hanging out with her little who she has been matched with for four years! She is also active at her church, College Park.

JoEllen comes to us from a law firm where she worked in the marketing department. She is happy to call SHC her home and to help those in need.

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Rae’Jo Fox, Operations Conductor

Rae’Jo Fox has more than 20 years’ experience as an Executive Assistant. She stepped out of Corporate America to care for her own father and found her true calling: caregiving. Rae’Jo came to SHC in 2010 as a caregiver and has extensive experience in dementia and hospice care.  As Operations Conductor, Rae’Jo evaluates workflows and analyzes system processes to ensure extraordinary care and provide the highest quality of life for clients.

In her spare time, Rae’Jo has operated a dog rescue, even placing one of her rescue dogs with a client of SHC – “Coco” became a true blessing to the client and to the other residents of the facility.  Rae’Jo has two children and one granddaughter who are all her most treasured blessings.

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Gloria Scott, Founder

Gloria Scott founded Senior Home Companions in 1996, pioneering quality home care in Indianapolis. From day one, Gloria has made exceptional care a priority, from finding and hiring only the best caregivers, to serving clients and families with the highest level of personal service possible. Gloria has used her own experience to help hundreds of families work through the transition of opening their home to caregivers.

A lifelong resident of Indianapolis, Gloria holds a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and a master’s from the University of Illinois. Before starting Senior Home Companions she held various secondary and college level teaching positions in the greater Indianapolis area.

Her husband John is a neurologist who works with IU Health. They have two grown children who are involved in medical and humanitarian efforts.