Meet the Team
Interim Executive Director
Kimberly Jones is the interim Resident Care director at Valley Vista Senior Living. She has over a decade of experience in the senior living industry. Kimberly received her B.A. degree in business administration from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Her passion for senior living comes from having cared for her grandmother.
In her spare time, Kimberly loves to travel, spend time with family, and place a smile on the face of her mother, who’s now in the early stages of dementia.
Director of Sales and Marketing
Gabi Rodriguez, the director of Sales and Marketing, has four accomplished years in the senior living industry. She is an advocate for seniors and believes in the importance of maintaining a positive mindset around aging at all stages. Gabi strives to exceed expectations with each family she has the pleasure of working with. She recognizes challenges and identifies them as being an essential part in what allows for growth and new possibilities.
Vibrant Life® Director
Michelle Warrick serves as the Vibrant Life® director at Valley Vista Senior Living. She attended Azusa Pacific University, where she received her B.A. degree in history. She enjoys finding new ways to keep residents engaged and make sure they are having fun. Her passion for senior living stemmed from being raised by her grandparents and watching them age with dignity.
Outside of work, Michelle enjoys music, traveling and gardening.
Generations Program Director
Esther Carr is the Generations Program director at Valley Vista Senior Living. She has almost two decades of experience in the senior living industry, including working in transition of care and ambulatory settings. Esther enjoys working in health care and geriatrics. She is passionate about our memory care residents, compassion, dignity and exceptional professionalism.
Esther was born in Uganda, East Africa, and relocated to the United States in the summer of 2007.
Director of Sales and Marketing
Cheryl Spell has a passion for working with families and individuals as they navigate through the journey from home to a senior living environment. Being able to educate and equip people with information that will make this season of life less overwhelming brings her joy. Cheryl has been married for 28 years and has three children and one grandbaby. Originally from Colorado, she loves fishing in the mountain streams and camping in the beautiful mountains.
Building Services Director
Gustavo Munguia, Valley Vista Senior Living’s Building Services director, has a 10-year career in senior living. With his experience in carpentry, painting and construction, Gus isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty and is very much a hands-on director. On any given day, you can find Gus lending a hand in housekeeping or maintenance, or even helping residents maintain our community garden.
When he is not maintaining our beautiful community, you can find Gus spending time with his three adult sons and grandson.
Business Office Director
Angela Rincon has been in the senior living industry since 2014. Her career background covers a multitude of industries, including education, family law, civil litigation and now the industry she is most passionate about, the senior living industry. Angela has been with Valley Vista since ground was broken during construction and has an intricate knowledge of the building. (Ask her for a tour sometime!)
Working in senior care has given Angela a deeper understanding of how to properly care for her own family, as well as an opportunity to provide seniors with a safe place to call home.
Culinary Services Director
Arie Yosef joined the Valley Vista family as the Culinary Services director. He is an experienced, driven and accomplished culinary professional with expertise in Mediterranean and Greek cuisine. A graduate of Le Cordon-Bleu of Culinary Arts, he believes food brings cultures and people together.
Arie grew up in the Mediterranean, where the local markets sparked his creativity, and he began cooking at an early age. He was also inspired by his mother’s cooking. In 1998, Arie migrated to the U.S. to attending culinary school and begin his career.