Meet Our Team

Glen Mills Senior Living

Laura-edit.jpgLaura J. Kasal
Community Relations Director

I have been working in the industry since I was 15 years old.  I always have had a passion to work with and help the elderly.  My true passion lies in the community setting where I can be hands on with the residents and their families, yet still out in the field connecting with other professionals who also have the residents best interests at heart.  I just love what I do each and every day.  I love continuing to learn and meet each individual’s needs.  It has been 25 years now and I can’t imagine doing anything else.  


Ambria-Streets-edit-(1).jpgAmbria Streets 
Business Office Director

Ambria started as a concierge with The Devon Senior Living in 2012 and was promoted to the Director of Lifestyle360 in 2016. Always creative and energetic, Ambria brings cheer to our residents everyday. Ambria enjoys photography and traveling in her spare time. 





Jim-edit.jpgJim Meyer
Food Service Director 

Chef Jim Meyer is the director of food and nutrition services at Five Star Senior Living in Glen Mills PA. Jim is a member of the American Culinary Federation, Michigan Chef’s Cuisine Association; Research Chef’s Association, American College of Health Executives and has numerous culinary certifications including an Ewald Notter school of Confectionery Certification in sugar blowing and chocolate sculpture. 

 

Sam-edit.jpgSameria Carter
Executive Chef

Sameria is affectionately known as “Sam” by all her co-workers who also call her friend.  She spent a lot of time in her early years cooking with her grandmother “Haddie” Sam’s first memories of her cooking career start at age 4 with Haddie where she remembers learning how to make Sweetbreads and fried chicken.  Sam has had a diverse culinary career and stated out catering with Jeffrey Miller Catering at the age of 18.  Sam attended the Restaurant School in Philadelphia where she honed her skills even more Sam will happily make you a special meal when asked and it is never too much trouble. Sam makes the job look easy!

 

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