Stacey Terry, Executive Director
Stacy’s career in the health care industry began in 1997 when she became a surgical RN. While she loved working as a nurse, her true passion was team management. She decided to make a career change and began utilizing her additional education in business management with a human resource emphasis. She served at a long-term care community for about five years before joining Regency Park. Stacey then came to Regency Park as the community’s executive director in November of 2016.
Stacey believes that excellent resident care begins with taking care of her employees. When the employees engaging daily with the residents are happy, the quality of resident care is directly affected in a positive way. Stacey loves working with the team at Regency Park and looks forward to truly making an impact on the care of our residents.
When Stacey is not at work she can be found attending Portland Timbers games with her husband, training for and competing in power lifting tournaments with her daughter, or in the kitchen seeing what fun things she can whip up.
Kayla Knight, Administrative Assistant
Kayla joined Regency Park in November of 2006; although her college education was originally geared towards elementary education, she has found that her true passion is working with seniors. Kayla is an Oregon native and loves living in Milwaukie where she is near downtown, the mountains and the coast. Her husband Dale and two daughters; Lyric and Legaci love the outdoors especially camping, hiking and bike riding.
One of Kayla’s favorite things to do on the weekends to go shopping with her mom, Ingrid, they love finding a good bargain.
Diane Schroeder, Community Relations Director
Diane began in the Senior Living Industry in 2010, leaving her career in mortgage banking. Her compassion for seniors began with helping both her parents and realizing how important it was for that generation to have the right options for them to thrive. She initially worked in Independent Living, but wanted the opportunity to serve seniors and their families in Assisted Living and Memory Care and joined the team at Regency Park. Diane has found working for Regency Park to be extremely rewarding, seeing how her residents quickly improve their quality of life after moving in. She finds it inspiring every day to truly see the positive impact for them and their families to begin a “new chapter” that helps them not just in their physical needs, but gives them a sense of community and connection enriching their lives.
Some of Diane’s outside interests are Art (she holds a B.A. in Art History/Painting from the School of the Art Institute, Chicago, IL), theater, music concerts and travel. She also enjoys living in the Northwest having access to go hiking in some of her favorite places like the Gorge or spending time at the Coast.
Tom Webber, Community Outreach Director
Tom joined the senior living industry in 2007 as a marketing director for Brookdale Senior Living in their McMinnville community. Tom brought to us his experience gained through a 35 year career in sales, marketing, real-estate finance and the professional management of large multi-family housing communities. Throughout his career in the senior industry, Tom has worked with the biggest companies including Brookdale, Holiday and Emeritus. He joined Regency Park in September 2015 after being asked to lead our Community Outreach efforts and assist in building both brand and name recognition for Regency Park.
When Tom isn’t working he is an avid car enthusiast, tiny-house aficionado and spends as much time with his family, including his 10 nieces and nephews ranging in age from 8 months to 36 yrs. Tom is a Portland native who intends to one day retire to the central Oregon town of Prineville to pursue his dream of a tiny home compound where he can enjoy his family and friends.
Kelcie Riba, Activity Director
Kelcie grew up outside of Hillsboro, Oregon in North Plains. Initially drawn to working with people with special needs, she volunteered in various outreach organizations where she found her passion to advocate for people of all abilities. A few years later, Kelcie joined the Regency Park Team as a dining room server, falling in love with the community and residents. With the drive to better serve her residents and growing in a community she believes in, working with the aging population on a more personal level became Kelcie’s passion. Her favorite part about Activities, is taking the residents out of the community and assisting with errands, while promoting independence. It is Kelcie’s goal to help residents and families enjoy the Regency Park lifestyle as much as she does.
Kelcie has two children and a dog. She plays softball and loves to be out in nature!
Silvia Iancu, Memory Care Administrator
Silvia has worked with older adults since 1998. She began working as a caregiver and then opened her own adult foster care home business. Later she managed two other adult care homes, which she did for almost a decade. Her desire to learn more about the elderly population led her to finish her bachelor degree in public health and health science from Portland State University.
In 2014 Silvia joined BPM Regency Park Assisted Living as health services administrator. In 2017 she decided that she wanted to dedicate her time to serving those with dementia, so she pursued training as a memory care administrator.
She is passionate about three things in her domain of work: building a great team to serve residents with compassion, skill, and dignity; serving family members of residents with deep respect and great communication; and providing a beautiful, meaningful, and joyful life for her residents.
In her free time she likes spending time with her two teenage daughters, Melanie and Natalie, who bring her much joy and happiness. She also enjoys hiking, swimming, and traveling.
Alexia Smith, Memory Care Director
Alexia received her LPN degree from Sentara College of Health Services in Chesapeake, Virginia. She worked in several different nursing fields before starting her current position as memory care director. Her career began in 2007 as a floor nurse in a skilled nursing facility in Virginia, where she was quickly promoted to unit nursing manager. Next she was a Health Services Director for an assisted living community in Virginia Beach. A few years later, Alexia and her husband relocated to Honolulu, Hawaii where she worked as a floor nurse at Tripler Army Medical Center. Thereafter she returned to Virginia where she worked as a floor nurse supervisor at Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital. 2014 found her in Nashville, Tennessee where she worked as a Resident Care Coordinator for an assisted living community.
Alexia is married to a U.S. Navy veteran and has three “fur babies”. She enjoys crafting, reading, and painting, and is a huge Disney fan.
Carey Hargreaves, Health Services Director
Carey has been in the nursing field since 2007. She obtained her LPN license in Ohio and started her career at the Cleveland Clinic on a telemetry floor. After three years she transferred to the float pool and received experience on many floors including neurology, skilled rehabilitation, transplant floors, and cardiology. Shortly after she began working at a skilled rehabilitation center and assisted living community in which her love of geriatrics grew.
In 2013 Carey moved her two cats and dog out to the Pacific Northwest and currently resides in downtown Portland. She loves spending time with her bulldog Lola who will often be at her side exploring what Oregon has to offer!
Linda Grishow, Illuminations Coordinator
Linda has been passionate about the aging population since she was a young girl. She loved spending time with her grandparents and hearing their lifetime of stories and memories.
She joined Regency Park in 2008 as a caregiver and began the community’s transitional activity-based Illuminations program in 2010. Linda recognized the unique needs for residents in the beginning stages of memory loss and is the founding Illuminations coordinator, which has since expanded to other BPM Senior Living communities.
Her love of music is appreciated by many of the residents and is an added dimension to the community. Her childhood passion continues to be expressed with her caring and compassionate attitude. She is skilled at supporting residents and their loved ones as they experience the pathway of memory loss.
Linda moved to the Portland area in 1960 and loves all the outdoor activities available in the state of Oregon. Her hobbies include playing music, dancing, gardening, and supporting the Portland Timbers. She is the mother of three sons and a daughter and adores spending time with her two grandchildren.
Kaiden Abdul, Dining Services Director
Kaiden brings to Regency Park a fun and sensational view of the culinary industry. He started college level restaurant management classes at the young age of 16. Upon graduation Kaiden took his talents to Florida working for Walt Disney World.
Kaiden was fortunate enough to learn from some of the top chefs and food service directors while working at Disney. He has a passion for expressing himself through amazing food. His aspiration is to create exciting dishes that bring joy to all Regency Park residents.
When not in the kitchen, Kaiden enjoys photography and exploring the great outdoors.
Roger Greene, Building Services Director
Roger joined our BPM family as a Maintenance Assistant at Regency Park in February 2014 and was promoted to Building Services Director in February 2016. He brings to our community over 19 years of valuable experience in the management and maintenance of large multifamily apartment complexes. Roger has proven to be exceptionally passionate about working with our senior population, and takes the greatest degree of care, pride and pleasure in assisting them with their maintenance needs, no matter how trivial. He has a deep affection for each of our residents, and can often be heard laughing and joking with them in the hallways, or quietly talking to them about their diversely unique life stories – “I find it especially rewarding and interesting learning about their incredible lives, and as I watch them relay their stories I see the youthful light reawakened in their eyes. Those are the moments that truly feed my soul.”
In his off time, Roger enjoys spending time with his wife, Cheryl, their dog Leo, and (fat) cat Joey. He and Cheryl enjoy vacationing in their motor home, trying to play golf, home brewing, and to immerse himself in the pages of his favorite author’s latest novel (Wilbur Smith).