Ryan Naegele is co-owner of Right at Home of Chattanooga. Ryan's background in non-profit management, marketing, technology startups, some good old fashion manual labor, and his family all contributed to his desire to help people. Ryan is excited to help provide your aging loved ones a way to age gracefully and with dignity. Ryan is very involved in the community; he is the President-Elect for the Hixson Council of the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce, Member of the Healthcare Talent Alliance, on the advisory board of three different companies, a Member of the Fundraising Committee for the Boy Scouts of America, and an active parishioner at St. Jude Catholic Church.
In addition, Ryan is a guest speaker at several colleges and universities, speaking on topics such as: personal branding, marketing, entrepreneurship, and business.
Most importantly, Ryan has the coolest wife ever, Meghann, and two stellar kiddos, Brennan and Annie.
When we begin working with someone it is always fun to learn about their lives and how they enjoy spending their time. The best part of any day is when we are able to help someone continue to enjoy life!
Bryan Hensley opened Right at Home with a focus on serving those in the Greater Chattanooga area with honesty and integrity. Having had experience working with Hospice, United Way, and other service oriented organizations, Bryan has a true passion for serving those in need.
With a background in Christian Ministry, Bryan understands the importance of patient listening to get to the heart of someone's needs and capabilities. This skill serves Bryan well, not only in making sure appropriate care is provided, but also in hiring quality and respected caregivers.
Bryan is a member of St. Jude Catholic Church, and volunteers with United Way of Greater Chattanooga, Smiles INC., and Boy Scouts of America.
Bryan is happily married to his wife Maddie and their 3 “dog kids”.
“I’m excited for the opportunity to better the lives of those we serve, as well as the lives of our caregivers. By having happy caregivers we have happy clients."
Mychael Cain is the Care Coordinator for Right at Home of Chattanooga. She came on board with Right at Home not too long after the doors were opened in August 2016. Mychael earned her B.A. in Psychology from Emmanuel College in May of 2016. While at Emmanuel Mychael was a student athlete, she served on the student athlete advisory committee and campus activities board and took a lead role in organizing a mission trip to Uganda, Africa.
Her responsibilities as the care coordinator include scheduling, on-call coordinating duties, maintaining all client and caregiver paperwork, and communicates continually with clients to evaluate services.
Mychael’s passion for helping people and desire to use the intrapersonal skills she gained in her undergraduate studies is what lead her to Right at Home. Her favorite part about Right at Home is being able to build relationships on a daily basis with clients and caregivers to enhance the in home care experience for families. Mychael is originally from Atlanta, GA and is the youngest of three girls. In Mychael’s free time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, exploring the outdoors, traveling, playing soccer, and painting.
Community Relations Director
Ryan Fugate joins our team as the community relations director. Ryan brings over nine years of experience in the nonprofit and healthcare fields.
After being raised by his grandparents, he developed a passion for providing the best senior services possible. He saw the value that in home care provides to older adults. Ryan wished similar caregiver services had been available for his own grandparents.
Ryan grew up down the road in Dayton and has spent the last 14 years in Chattanooga. He is blessed with a great family that includes his beautiful wife Cortney, son Brett, and their energetic dog, Mahone. In their spare time, they love being together exploring, hiking, attending church and going to high school football games.
Human Resources Coordinator
Margie McCullah joined Right at Home after moving to Chattanooga from Denver, where she had five years experience in the Senior Care industry. Margie earned her B.S. in Intercultural Studies and Leadership from Indiana Wesleyan University.
After doing missions around the world for a year with The World Race, Margie moved from her Midwest hometown of Columbus, Ohio to Denver. She worked in Senior Care and at her local church and met her husband Cody while there. Their family in Chattanooga and Ohio is what brought them back to the Eastern Time Zone.
Margie is excited to step into the role of HR Coordinator and bring some of her experience to Tennessee! It's her first time living in the South and she is looking forward to being near family, enjoying some good southern food and little to no snow.
The Right at Home Chattanooga Team
Improving the Quality of Life for Those We Serve