Through her tireless leadership and dedication to mission, she guided Avow through many challenges to become what it is today: a financially strong, mission-focused hospice and palliative care provider. I respect her for many things, but chief among them is that she always put our patients’ welfare first. She led Avow with integrity, selflessness and heart.
As a testament to her strong desire to “continue the mission,” after a well-deserved summer of “retirement,” she plans to rejoin Avow as an executive of our newly formed Avow Foundation. In that role, she will link people with opportunities that fuel their dreams, satisfy their desire to serve others and ignite their benevolent spirit.
She built a strong and innovative nonprofit hospice and palliative care company for all of us in Collier County. She deserves our thanks for her outstanding work on our behalf.