Autumn Leaves of Sugarloaf, an Alzheimer's and memory care community under construction in Metro Atlanta, has named Divine Taylor community relations director. Taylor will expand her focus as the company develops an additional five or more Alzheimer's and memory care communities in the Atlanta area. Taylor brings more than 10 years of experience in sales with effective relationship-building skills and a portfolio of success.
"This is a great opportunity to mirror my real estate background and marry it with my regional and national sales experience in building teams," said Taylor. "The fact that my grandmother had Alzheimer's has led me to develop a passion for helping seniors and generating awareness about Alzheimer's disease. In fact, I volunteer for a senior organization where I live, and I believe in making a difference in seniors' lives."
Taylor's goal in her new position extends far beyond simply leasing rooms for Autumn Leaves memory care communities as they work to build additional communities across the Atlanta area. She genuinely wants to help people find a safe place for their loved ones to live, she says.
Taylor is joining Constant Care Family Management from PQC International, a management consulting firm for which she most recently served as the director of sales and client relations for four years. There she managed a national sales team covering North America in four regions with sales representatives in each. Taylor earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in communications from Bowie State University.