JCHE's Gaye Freed is LeadingAge's Outstanding Mentor of the Year
Last night, Gaye Freed, JCHE's Director of Resident Services and Associate Property Manager of Brighton Buildings, was honored as LeadingAge Massachusetts' Outstanding Mentor of the Year. This is a well -deserved tribute to Gaye who has worked at JCHE for 31 years. In addition to her staff of Brighton Resident Services Coordinators, Gaye has supervised dozens of students throughout the years in the process of earning their Masters in Social Work degree.
In winning this award, Gaye was cited for her willingness to advocate for her staff and her deep commitment to offering them extensive professional development opportunities. She is valued for "her dedication to her students and staff, the depth of her experiences and her ability to share what she has learned with all who have been extremely lucky to work with her."
Read Gaye's nomination narrative here.
Photos(top): Gaye Freed(center) shown with Paul Hollings, LeadingAge officer, and Elissa Sherman, LeadingAge Executive Director;
Photo (Bottom right): Gaye shown with JCHE colleagues Sheila Ardery, Amy Schectman, Caren Silverlieb, Sarah Green Vaswani, Victor Louis. JF&CS's Marsha Frankel is standing behind Gaye.