Meet the Team
Serving The Stratford Since 2015
Director of Sales and Marketing
Serving The Stratford Since 2016
Generations Program Director
Serving The Stratford Since 2018
Culinary Service Director
Anna Jones, Culinary Service Director
Chef Anna Jones was trained at the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco and has over 10 years of experience, ranging from working as a private chef to restaurants and hotels. Chef Jones’ passion for quality and perfection led her to find a different outlet with a more rewarding experience. The joy she feels meeting the residents’ satisfaction while still experiencing the opportunity to demonstrate her creative side has proven to be a winning combination since joining The Stratford in 2008.
Some of Chef Jones creativity can be seen in her custom soups and unique sauces, as well as The Stratford’s Signature Item, rosemary shortbread cookies.
Generations Program Director
Kaitlan Sullivan, Generations Program Director
Information coming soon
Business Office Director
Sue Keith, Business Office Director
Sue Keith joined Stratford at Beyer Park fourteen (14) years ago. She worked previously in the can manufacturing business over 22 years. Sue lives very close to the community and that was one incentive to work here, plus it is a totally different environment and she loves it!
Sales & Marketing Assistant
Brandi Sforza, Sales and Marketing Assistant
Brandi joined the Stratford at Beyer Park team in September 2011 as a waitress. She was still in high school and this was her first job; She then went on to become the Night Receptionist and also the Vibrant Life Assistant. Brandi feels as though The Stratford has shaped her into the person she is today. Brandi is proud to say that she worked her way up to the Marketing Assistant position in the last six years. When Brandi is not at The Stratford, she goes to school at California State University Stanislaus, working towards her Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics. She also loves to spend time outdoors whether it be hiking, fishing, camping, or just a day at the beach. Since Brandi has joined the The Stratford she has graduated high school, started college, and is now married. This is not just a job to her, but a big part of who she is and she is proud come to work every day.
Director of Sales & Marketing
Adriana Rivera, Director of Sales and Marketing
Adriana started her career in healthcare six years ago as an In-Home caregiver while going to school. She fell in love with her clients and the stories they would share along with being a friend and a helping hand. Adriana left In-Home care to further her career working in the Case Management Department at Memorial Medical Center where she was able to help patients with their discharge needs and this change also led Adriana to join the Stratford at Beyer Park in 2016. Adriana’s favorite part about coming to work remains the same, she loves the stories and being a friend or a helping hand. She loves coming to work every day and helping out all of the seniors in the area however she can. When Adriana is not at work she likes to spend time with her family and friends, read books, go hiking, and explore new places.
Vibrant Life Director
Laquita Cadwell, Vibrant Life Director
Laquita Cadwell Joined The Stratford at Beyer Park in April 2014 as Concierge and then was promoted to Vibrant Life Director. I have always had a passion for seniors, I think it’s important to provide them with fun and creativity. I enjoy playing games and doing outdoor activities or just sitting and listening to their life stories which brings so much joy to my heart. They make it so easy to love your job and want to come to work every day. In my personal time I love being with family and friends camping, boating, going to the beach or just hanging out and having a good time.
Assisted Living Director
Jennifer Bicek, Assisted Living Director
Jennifer joined the Stratford in 2016 as the Assisted Living Director. She has been a Licensed Vocational Nurse since 2000. She has many years of experience in senior living specifically as a LVN and CNA. She enjoys working with seniors and feels rewarded by the positive feedback that the residents give on a daily basis. Jennifer has been married since 2001 and is blessed with 2 children. She also has 2 German Shepherd’s that she considers family. She keeps busy by escorting her kids to sporting events and has a love of running. She loves to vacation in Disneyland with her family.
Ryan Dalby, Maintenance Director
Ryan joined the Stratford in November 2015 as the Maintenance Director. Ryan has attended the electrician trade program, studied H-VAC systems, electrical plans, motor controls, and programmable logic controllers. He has over 10 years experience in painting and finish carpentry. Ryan became a huge fan of The Stratford when both of his grandparents became residents.
Nicole Rodriguez, Executive Director
It is an enviable benefit of a gratifying career: to be enriched by the people around you. As far as Nicole can remember, she has always been amazed and in love with the elderly. When she was about six years old she would go with her mom to a skilled nursing facility that she worked at in Ohio. Nicole’s job was to serve Nilla Wafers and juice to residents that were living there. Some had no family and she was the only outside contact they had; Being little earned her points also. They loved to have Nicole change the channel on the living room TV, put throws on their laps, and just hang out and talk about the day. Nicole knew from then on that she would work for seniors.
The residents keep Nicole going; they have so much to teach her and so many wonderful stories, all she has to do is listen. Nicole’s career began as a CNA in the Bay Area when she was 18; she then worked in the emergency room at Washington Hospital in Fremont for years. She found Assisted Living in 2001 where she worked for five years as an Assisted Living Director and then an Executive Director. Nicole has been with the Stratford at Beyer Park since 2006. You could say she has worked with seniors her whole life. She enjoys every minute of it and wouldn’t change a thing. Making a difference is the best thing about her job. She knows it sounds cliché, but it’s true. When she can make one of her residents laugh or when she can support them when they are confused or down and out. WOW!