Discover the REAL RELATIONSHIPS that exist between the Residents and Staff at The Regency. It’s our genuinely caring & friendly Regency Senior Living team that makes all the difference.
Beth Evans has been the Administrator of The Regency Assisted Living in Glen Cove, Long Island for 21 years. Prior to joining The Regency in 1996, Beth was Case Manager at an assisted living facility in Queens where she learned to apply the knowledge she received in Social Work from SUNY Albany. Beth is the driving force in introducing creative intergenerational and community-oriented programming to The Regency including the support of local sports teams, local schools, Girl Scouts and Brownies. Community outreach activities that Beth has initiated include opening the doors to The Regency for community and organizational meetings. In addition members of the community are invited to educational seminars which are given free at The Regency throughout the year. As the administrator of The Regency, Beth realizes the importance of being part of the larger community. She served as President of The Glen Cove Chamber of Commerce and is on the executive board of The Glen Cove Rotary, The Senior Advisory Committee to the Mayor of Glen Cove as well as on the board of The Katherine Gibbs School. Beth’s open door policy always leaves her available for questions and concerns regarding your loved ones. Beth was recently awarded the Pinnacle Award for Corporate Excellence by the Glen Cove Chamber of Commerce at its Annual Gala.
Angelina has been a beloved part of The Regency for the past 24 years. The starting point of her career at The Regency was in the Wellness Office, where she worked as a PCA on the night shift. Over time, her stellar performance led to her appointment as Wellness Director. Angelina was promoted and is acting as Case Manager at the Regency since 2006. Angelina has vast hands-on experience working with the elderly and is certified in Dementia Care and Elder Care. She continues to attend ongoing training and in-services on Elder Care plus in-services offered by the New York State Department of Health. Her ability to assess residents on an ongoing basis is strengthened by her familiarity with both staff and residents.
Dynamic, professional and caring, Karen’s warm personality and superb listening skills are well utilized at The Regency, where she has been for the past 15 years. Karen graduated from St. John’ s University with a degree in Political Science. A born volunteer, Karen is active in several community organizations including The Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, The Glen Cove Boys & Girls Club and St. Patrick’ s Church. Karen’ s compassionate nature is a key element to the superb relationships she has formed with residents, family members and staff.
Special Projects Coordinator
Stella Shank has been working at The Regency Assisted Living in Glen Cove, Long Island for 22 years in many different capacities including Case Manager and as a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. Stella is well known in the geriatric field and has assisted many families in choosing The Regency as the Home for their loved ones. New York State’s Department of Social Services Committee appointed Stella to their Regional Training Committee. Stella has a Master’s Degree from CW Post.
Community Relations Director
Jennifer attended the University of Delaware as an undergraduate and obtained a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from Adelphi University. She taught full day kindergarten in Naperville, a suburb of Chicago, where she lived for 5 years. Upon returning back home to New York, Jennifer began working at The Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation in Port Washington as the Director of Special Events. She really enjoyed working with the senior population on the North Shore. This eventually led to her coming on board at The Regency as the Director of Community Relations. Jennifer enjoys being out and about in the community as the face of The Regency. She is an animal lover and an avid country music fan. The Regency welcomes Jennifer to our community.