Michele McGregor Launches Caring Transitions of Desert Cities
Michele McGregor, an experienced business leader, is excited to launch Caring Transitions of Desert Cities. McGregor’s background was in psychology and spent 15 years working in various health care and human resource management positions leading teams across North America.
McGregor also has a passion for community service. For the past 8 years, she has been dedicating her time to volunteering for Dress for Success. Dress for Success is a charity that empowers women to achieve economic independence and provides them with a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help them succeed professionally and personally. Her involvement with this organization earned her the title of Director of Community Relations.
“The experience of volunteering and seeing, first-hand, the impact one person can make fueled my passion to do something that would continue to make a positive difference in the lives of others. Finding Caring Transitions and learning about the services this company provides was life-changing. I never imagined there would be a business that could empower and support people with care and compassion while going through life transitions, but now that I’m part of the Caring Transitions family, I see the huge positive impact this company has on people every day. I’m excited to be part of that,” McGregor said.
To learn more about Caring Transitions of the Desert Cities, visit http://www.CaringTransitionsDesertCities.com.
John Green and John Rossi Launch Caring Transitions to South Shore Massachusetts
Business partners and longtime friends, John Green and John Rossi, are excited to begin their future as business partners and launch Caring Transitions of South Shore Massachusetts.
Greene graduated from Bentley University in 1981 with a bachelor’s degree in accountancy and computer information systems. After graduating, Greene excelled in a career with 8 years at Keane and 20 years at Fidelity Investments. Greene left Fidelity to start an online business that trained college graduates how to succeed in the workforce. Greene was then recruited as COO of an IT consulting company. Under Greene’s leadership, the company doubled in size and sold to a larger IT company.
Greene’s parents started getting sick, his father (86) was suffering from dementia and his mother (93) was unable to take care of him. Greene started helping with chores and then eventually splitting full-time care with his sister. He shortly realized they would be safer in assisted living and Greene and his family moved his parents into their new home.
Rossi has a varied background including experiences in military service, psychiatric nursing and IT. His most recent roll in IT focused on maximizing the potential of the people around him, which is a skill he was excited to use. He’s looking forward to helping the community further with Caring Transitions.
“When I left corporate America, I realized I had an opportunity to help people and do something more rewarding with my life. When I read an article about Caring Transitions, I told John (Rossi) about the business and immediately agreed that this was the business we were looking for and we signed up,” Greene said. “Getting the right assistance, evaluating the options and making the move as planned as possible is the key to success. I saw it with my own parents and now I’m looking forward to helping others. We are proud to be members of the Caring Transitions team.”
For more information on Caring Transitions of South Shore Massachusetts, visit http://www.CaringTransitionsSSMA.com.