Dining Room Supervisor
Elizabeth is honored to be a part of the Fellowship Square-Mesa family starting at the young age of 16. She worked part-time while she was finishing her High School career. Within a few months of working for our company, Elizabeth was training new staff and had learned to work in all areas of the Dining Room. By the time Elizabeth was 18 years old she was already a Dining Room Supervisor and took care of schedules. Elizabeth is an excellent trainer in customer service and expects nothing less than excellence.
She is now a Certified Aging Services Professional and Certified Professional Food Manager. In 2012, Elizabeth became a Leading Age Fellow with the Leading Age Leadership Program. It is a one year commitment in learning the best practices of Leadership.
She is responsible for the Independent Living Dining Room, Assisted Living Dining Room, Manor IV Dining Room, Reflections Dining Room and our on-site convenience store “La Tiendita”. “La Tiendita” is our Campus store that offers a variety of items the Residents need without having to go to the store.
Elizabeth has two beautiful children, who are the light of her life. She loves to walk, play with her kids, and spend time with her close friends. Elizabeth has an exceptional work ethic and puts time and attention into the details of the dining room experience at Fellowship Square-Mesa. Elizabeth says the best part of her job is making the residents smile.
I love living in a community where my friends appreciate my sense of humor: 10,000 Swedes came thru the weeds chased by one Norwegian. The dust from the weeds and sweat from the Swedes made snuff for the one Norwegian.
I enjoy riding the bus to and from medical appointments. I don't have to think about where to go or park my car. And I love the drivers, they are so patient and kind.
I am so happy that I am living at Fellowship Square. The food is wonderful and I can play bridge whenever I want.