Leadership and Staff
Joyce E. Hart
Joyce was born and raised in Charles County Maryland as a Native American. At McDonough High School, math was her favorite subject and she still loves to work with numbers. In her first career, she worked as an Accounts Payable Clerk at a Homeowners Association firm in Fort Washington for 18 years. She pursued a career change in 2015 by joining Woodbine Senior Living. Joyce is looking forward to continued growth opportunities here at Spring Village at Wildewood.
Director of Community Relations
Sara was born and raised in St. Mary’s County. She has worked in the long-term care industry for over 10 years and has dedicated her career to supporting active lifestyles for older adults. Her experience includes marketing, project management, activities, health and wellness and events. She is a Certified Dementia Practitioner and Project Management Professional. She also has a Master of Science in Exercise Science and Health Promotion. In her spare time Sara enjoys horseback riding, working out, riding motorcycles and snowboarding.
Kellie grew up in St. Mary’s County, MD. She began her career in senior care twenty years ago as a Certified Geriatric Aide. Fueled by her passion for serving elders, she furthered her career by gaining expertise in Activities for seniors. Kellie has been an Activities Director for seven years and she joined the WoodBine family in 2014. Kellie enjoys using her creativity to enhance the quality of life for the residents through music, entertainment, outings, art and more. She attended the Beacon Institute and holds multiple certifications for Activities professionals and Dementia training. She has four children.
Director of Nursing
Tracy has been in the nursing field for the past 17 years. While working as a CNA, she attended the Great Johnstown Vocational Center in Pennsylvania. She graduated from the Practical Nursing Program in 2002. She moved to Southern Maryland in June 2015, where she resides with her family. Tracy has dedicated her career to providing quality care. She strives to enhance the lives of the residents in her community with compassion, love and laughter. After all, that is the best medicine.
Eldon joins Spring Village as our Food Service Director. He was born in Hanover, Pennsylvania, although he grew up in Carlisle, PA. It was there that he found his passion for cooking and also met his wife. Eldon really enjoys finding different ways to make eating nutrient dense foods delicious. He attended Culinary School between 2008- 2010, however most of his learning comes from hands on experience with his former Executive chef, Lindsey Clinton. Lindsey taught him how to put creative touches into his dishes and inspired his love for cooking delicious food. It is his utmost goal and priority to not just cook food, but rather to create experiences through his culinary passion that the residents will cherish and remember.