Our mission has always been to improve the quality of life for the seniors and adults with disabilities we serve. That means it's always about the people we serve and our dedicated team of caregivers and office members who work tirelessly to care for clients. We live and breathe our mission every day, with the goal of helping you navigate the journey. These are the people who work to bring you and your loved ones the highest caliber of in‑home care.
Meet the Right at Home Pasadena Care Team
Renée was born and raised in Pasadena California, and three generations of her family lived, worked and contributed to the community. She and her husband entered the home care field in 2014, providing senior care services in Pasadena, San Gabriel and West Covina through their agency Right at Home.
Renée brings 20+ years of executive leadership managing organizations and teams locally, nationally and globally. Her experience spans a broad range of areas in client service, relationship, communication and operations management, compliance, product, program, financial and risk management. Renée’s broad executive experience positioned her well to transition from corporate leadership to business ownership in an area perfectly matched to her passion to help others, utilizing her strong foundation of continued caregiving and business success.
She was recently voted President of the Board of Directors of the Convalescent Aid Society – a non-profit organization providing free loan of durable medical equipment to our community, a member of the Pasadena Senior Center Zest Committee that helps bring support to the non-profit senior center, and a member of the Methodist Hospital Women Investing in Nurses Committee and Club 300 that support the non-profit 5-Star Hospital. Renée is also an active member in the Arcadia, San Gabriel, and San Marino Chambers of Commerce, a supporter of the Greater Los Angeles Alzheimer's Organization events. Her office sponsors the Alzheimer's Café—a free monthly coffee, learn & chat for people facing or impacted by the disease.
Vice President of Business Development
Vice President of Human Resources
Amber comes from a family of caregivers. She has seen her mom work as a caregiver both personally for her grandmother and professionally with other families. It has always been something she is familiar with, so she was excited to join the team in 2014. Amber has been a leader of the team, helping create and maintain company polices and ensure the work ethics of our caregivers adhere to Right at Home's Mission Statement. She enjoys working with her team and making sure our clients get the care they need and deserve.
Associate HR Representative
His first step into the medical field was in High School when he was offered a free Dental Assistant class. After a couple years of being a dental assistant, he enrolled himself in a nursing program where he received his nursing assistant and home health certificate. Sergio gained most of his experience working in a Japanese nursing home in Los Angeles in the afternoons while working a morning job as a Home Health Aide (HHA) for kids with special needs.
Helping others has always been something he enjoys doing. Sergio believes he gets that from his mother. Both his grandmother and mother were caregivers at one point, as caring for others runs in his family. Almost every member of Sergio's family is dedicated to the medical field, which is how Sergio knew it was the right place for him to be, providing the care, compassion and empathy he has for those in need.
Billing & Payroll Specialist
Krista Salazar is a passionate, enterprising lover of people and finds joy in delivering quality solutions that help to support growth. She comes with 30+ years of working in corporate America along with non-profit, has an energetic mind that is characterized by highly ethical practices and is committed to diversity, openness, flexibility, integrity, and kindness. “It is my desire to engage in a thriving culture by cultivating community through professional interactions, demonstrate a posture of lifelong learning, and model honorable character in an atmosphere that is innovative and makes a difference in people's lives.” Krista appreciates what caregivers have provided her own mom over the past several years. They have brought her and her family peace of mind, as they are problem solvers and have become good friends. “I look forward to the opportunity of meeting you when you call to discuss home care for you or a loved one.”