CARING BEGINS AT THE TOP
Anthony “Tony” LoDuca
Tony has extensive background in the human service field having worked in variety of direct service and executive leadership positions in Minnesota, Illinois and southeastern Wisconsin. He is academically trained with a B.S. and M.S. in Vocational Rehabilitation and is a “Certified Rehabilitation Counselor”. He is committed to the principles of continuous quality improvement evidenced in his work history and 23 years as surveyor with the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF-International Accreditation Organization). Tony is a native to Milwaukee and grew up on the south side. He brings a passion for senior living services inspired by his own experience having supported his parents in their transition to a Franciscan Senior living setting. the most important part of our community; our residents.”
Sister Roberta Moser
Sister Roberta Moser is an educator at heart. After having taught elementary and high school for over 18 years she now focuses on adult education / formation. She graduated from DePaul University and did graduate work at Aquinas Institute in St. Louis. For the past 20 years Sister has been involved in living out her passion, that of forming our lay partners in the area of the Mission and Felician Core Values for Ministry. She has ministered in Minnesota, Illinois and Wisconsin. Her roots stem back to the south side of Milwaukee where she was born and raised.
Resident Services Manager
Myisha has worked in both skilled nursing and assisted living profession for the past fifteen years. She enjoys working with the elderly. She started working a group home many years ago and decided that healthcare was her calling. Myisha obtained a degree in Healthcare Management from Milwaukee Area Technical College. Her passion is to develop a team of Resident Care Assistants that are passionate about what they do. Myisha’ s enjoys travel in her leisure time.
Social Worker / Case Manager
Colleen realized her love of working with the elderly in high school, when taking a nursing assistant class at Mt. Carmel Nursing Home. She attended college at UWM Milwaukee and earned a degree from the School of Social Welfare. Colleen has spent the last twenty five years working with elderly in a variety of long-term care settings including most recently My Choice Family Care as a Case Manager. She lives in Franklin, WI and has a dog Paris and a cat Mia. Her hobbies include gardening and spending time in the outdoors. Did we mention she is an avid Packers and Brewers fan?
Jorji Rosio is an RN with an Associates Degree in Nursing from Milwaukee Area Technical College. With over twenty-five years of experience working in long term care, she has currently become the Director of Nursing at Villa St. Francis. In addition Jorji is also a member of the Wisconsin DON council. In 1999 and 2000 Jorji served on the Wisconsin Medical Directors board as a Clinical Nurse Liaison.
Jorji is a strong advocate of working together with the interdisciplinary team, outside providers, and state surveyors to provide quality care for the residents. She also strives to establish and maintain relationships with residents and their families to enhance the well-being of the residents during their stay. Her professional interests focus on promoting a facility that follows all state and federal regulations while providing exceptional care to all current and future residents. Her primary focus has been, and always will be, the care of the residents. Jorji also strives to learn and implement new systems to enhance the overall care of the residents and profitability of the facility.
When not leading a caregiving team, Jorji likes to spend her time with her family. She has three children and six beautiful grandchildren. She loves to cook and go camping with her family. She and her husband, Gary, are also huge Harley enthusiasts.
Karina is an Alverno Alumni, graduating with her degree in Art Therapy. With training in fine arts, activity planning for therapeutic purposes and psychology, she uses her skills when designing programing for our residents to keep them active, involved, thinking and full of life. Karina was born in a small town in the Philippines, and moved to Milwaukee with her family when she was eight. She is an old soul, and has always loved the music, fashions, styles and the culture of yesteryears. She finds it easy to connect with the residents since she herself is interested in the same things that they are. Karina thrives to fulfill Villa’s mission of delivering person centered care to our residents.