Get to Know Your LTCF Team
Our team is built on individuals with a wide variety of experience and talents in long-term care. We are proud of to have team members who have been former adult family home owners, non-profit leaders, workforce development specialists and more to provide the most well-rounded staff to support adult family home owners and caregivers across the state.
Bob Le Roy
Bob joined The Long-Term Care Foundation as its first Executive Director in December 2019. His non-profit career spans over forty years in leadership positions at the local, regional, and national level with the Alzheimer’s Association, American Red Cross, and United Way. He has provided insight and direction as a board member or consultant on volunteer leadership, fund development, and strategic planning for a variety of community, health and human services, and environmental organizations. Bob was a charter member of the Washington State Dementia Action Collaborative, serving on the Steering Team and as Chair of the Advocacy and Long-Term Services & Supports Subcommittees. His work in the private sector focused on investment banking and personal trust administration.
Workforce Development Manager
Shereice Brown joined The Long-Term Care Foundation in September 2020. Shereice has years of combined experience in Human Resources, recruiting, corporate and employment law. In addition, she has worked as a CNA and has worked across a broad spectrum of long-term care settings, from adult family homes, nursing homes to hospice care. She is devoted to using her skills and knowledge to continue to serve the adult family home community.
Senior Workforce Development Specialist
Zenaida has been with The Long-Term Care Foundation since November 2021, soon after she retired from being an AFH Provider/Caregiver since 2013. Having the background of the responsibilities of owning an AFH herself she is passionate about being able to help the Adult Family Home community. Zenaida is Bilingual Spanish/English.
Workforce Development Specialist
Tiffany joined the Long-Term Care Foundation team in April 2023. Growing up with a parent who owns an adult family home, she knows firsthand what providers experience daily. With her experience in behavior therapy and adult family home operations, she is dedicated to serving others. Tiffany graduated with Honors with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and has a passion for helping others succeed.
Recruiting & Language Access Support Specialist
Cassheina joined The Long-Term Care Foundation in April of 2022. Cassheina has over 9 years of experience in the long-term care field including 5 years of direct patient care and 4 years of HR/Administrative work. Cassheina now serves as a Recruitment Specialist, assisting Adult Family Homes across the state with finding matches for their homes along with HR assistance within the Foundation.
Care Navigation Specialist
Jessica's caregiving profession started by way of advocating for her mother’s needs in 2009. The greatest honor of her life has been becoming an adult family home provider; allowing her the opportunity to bring a premier care option to members of her hometown community in Monroe and provide a quality work setting for fellow caregivers.
Jessica believes the old adage is true “how we care for ourselves transcends to how we care for others” – she's looking forward to collaborating with her industry peers on how we can best express that care to our MVP’s!
Education: Bachelor of Science from Central Washington University, Certificate in Gerontology through University of Washington and AFH Administrative License
Jessica has been with the LTCF since its start in early 2020. Before that, she was working with the Adult Family Home Council in a similar communications role. Born and raised in Olympia, WA and an honors graduate of Central Washington University in Public Relations, she is passionate about using her knowledge of effective communication strategies to further the efforts of the LTCF to support and serve all of those working in the adult family home community.
Finance & Accounting
Doris joined the LTCF in July 2022 and takes care of all our bookkeeping needs. She also shares her time as the Operations & Membership Coordinator with the Adult Family Home Council which she started in December 2021. Doris brings her many years of experience in accounting, bookkeeping and administrative management to both teams and is eager to learn and grow with our organizations. She is new to the Thurston county area, but not to Washington as she has spent most of her life in the King County area and is loving life here in Tumwater.
Meet Our Board of Directors
Meet the valuable members of our Board of Directors and how their experiences, knowledge and backgrounds help support our work.