Cyndi Huskey, M.S.
Cyndi has been with Right at Home Huntsville since 2016. She comes to us with a background in psychology and counseling. She retired from her school counseling career to help her father in caring for her step mother who suffered from Alzheimer’s. Cyndi is an avid kayaker and kayak guide/instructor on Lake Guntersville in her free time. Cyndi is Right at Home’s Office Manager and enjoys hiring, training, and coaching caregivers to take excellent care of our clients. Cyndi’s motto: the better the communication, the better the care.
Client Care Coordinator
Cheryl came to Right at Home in 2016 after retiring from UCLA Medical center where she managed and oversaw operations for 20 outpatient internal medicine clinics. Moving back to Huntsville in 2006 she was operations manager for a large “lifestyle center” in Huntsville and helped her sister take care of their Mother who had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. It was during this time she realized how much need there is for good care for our elderly. She has always had a passion for the health care field. When she is not working, she enjoys gardening, sewing, and relaxing at home with family.
Client Care Coordinator
Boni has been with Right At Home since 2016. Boni assists clients with Long Term Care Insurance and VA Aide & Attendance. She is a veteran. While serving in the United States Army she was trained as a Drug and Alcohol Education Specialist and served 4 years in Germany. Boni is certified in the state of Illinois as a Mental Health Technician. She worked for 12 years in a Skilled Nursing Facility in the social services department where she lead a psycho-social ladies group, and was part of the Care Planning Committee. After moving to Alabama she worked for a home care agency for 11 years as Office Manager. Boni enjoys the interaction with clients and caregivers. She tries to always find the time, take the time, and make the time to smile, to speak a kind word, and to recognize another person.
Jennifer White, RN
Director of Nursing
With more than 15 years of nursing experience in various clinical settings, Jennifer comes to us with a background in neonatal intensive care, emergency room, electronic medical record instruction, and homecare/hospice. For the past six years, she served as executive director/director of nursing with operational and clinical oversight of seven homecare locations. In her previous role, Jennifer initiated and led successful efforts including annual state surveys, CHAP accreditation, skill validation programs and standardized procedure approval from the Alabama Board of Nursing.
Jennifer enjoys training, interaction with clients and caregivers, and has a passion for servant leadership. She has served as a volunteer mentor for the WEDC Foundation, as well as a life skills coach for the Wounded Warrior project.
Alecia came in high regard from the healthcare industry where patient care was her main focus. She has spent over a decade of her career working in the healthcare industry. Alecia leads the day-to-day operations, ensuring that all clients have a caregiver that matches their needs. She enjoys hearing stories from seniors, families and caregivers when we have made a difference in their lives.
Agency President of Northern Alabama
The Right at Home Huntsville and Decatur office is led by our President Bradford Meythaler who opened the agency in 2013. Bradford enjoys engaging with caregivers, clients, and our local community. As a leading provider of home care services, we recognize our team serves a vulnerable population, and we take that privilege seriously..
The Right at Home Birmingham office is led by our President Beau Green who opened the agency in 2011. Beau focused on matching quality caregivers with the right families at the duration and frequency the clients desired. The agency quickly found success and Beau added a Scheduling Coordinator, now Agency Director, Alecia Rowe./p>
Community Education Liaison
Brandi Ivey has worked in senior care since 2013 in a variety of settings such as non-profit, non-medical home care, and skilled nursing and rehab. She gained a wealth of experience working for the State of Alabama in child protective services before returning to school to earn her Masters degree in Education with a focus on Adult Education, Training, and Development. Brandi has served on the Madison County Council on Aging and the Culture Change Advisory Council with the Long-Term Care Ombudsman program. Brandi also works with the Huntsville Hospital Therapy Services Parkinson's Clinic. Brandi finds her work most rewarding when she finds a solution to a problem and brings relief to a family who didn’t know where to turn. Brandi loves spending time with her husband and daughter and traveling to the beach for some R&R.