Our staff of professionals is trained in everything from the latest medical care and therapies to healthy and delicious meal preparation. Yet we make room for compassionate connection with residents to take precedence over the necessities of our job descriptions.
We are skilled professionals, yes. And we are here to connect with you in the spontaneous moments that make your life (and ours) more meaningful.
Executive Director: Natalie Stone
Natalie sets the tone at Hunter Station with a mix of healthcare experience and one-on-one resident engagement. She holds a Bachelor's in Nursing and has had close to 20 years experience in senior care. Natalie also subscribes wholly to the Traditions value of invisible healthcare, the kind that happens in the course of an ordinary day in the comfort of a resident's home.
“My staff of professionals truly have servant hearts. We are hands-on, interacting and listening to both residents and family members, who often have a difficult time making the decision to find the right place for their loved one. But we find family members feel a sense of relief and joy at how well cared for their loved one is, how happy he or she is and how they can go back to being a family member, rather than a caregiver."
Natalie and her husband have three children and two foster children. They recently adopted a two-year-old little girl named Ava.
Community Relations Director: Danielle Scott
Danielle graduated on the President's List as an LPN in 2005 and has more than 12 years experience in clinical leadership.
"I bring a strong clinical background to my role, but as important, a heart filled with kindness and caring. I want to meet my residents and their families exactly where they are, helping them navigate the options that are right for them. It's so rewarding to watch new residents flourish when they meet others with similar interests."
Danielle was born in Minnesota and moved to Louisville in 2010 for a military relocation. She has four children and two foster children and a very active family life.
Activities Director: Kylie Wellborn
Kylie has a Liberal Arts Associate degree in Business and Technology from College of the Desert and a Bachelor's of Business Management from Azusa Pacific University. She is currently pursuing her Activities certification.
"I came from the hospitality industry (Marriott International), so I was trained to provide personalized and elevated experiences. I was born in Palm Desert, CA but grew up traveling around the world with my family, who continue to build golf courses for Jack Nicklaus. My travel gave me a passion for trying new things. I love to get people involved and energized, and always want them to feel we are here to serve and care for them."
Kylie and her husband have been married for two years and relocated back to Indiana to be closer to his family.
Executive Chef & Culinary Director: Kim Williams
Chef Kim was born and raised in Memphis, TN and is proud to infuse her kitchen with southern hospitality. She graduated from Sullivan University and regularly participated in the annual Tasting Extravaganza at the Olmsted Masonic Homes in Louisville, KY, an event that raises money for the Kentuckian Stroke Association.
“I believe the key to our residents' hearts is through exemplary food and I bring it to them with joy. I love to prepare a diverse selection of foods and to delight people with their favorites, an experience that creates and brings back happy memories.”
When not at Hunter Station, Kim enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.