Doug Lueder joined the Prosper Home Care family in 2006. He chose home care based on his personal experiences with his younger brother, Dan. Dan had a spinal injury that left him paralyzed from the chest down. Doug learned first hand how hard it was to find good help. He would get calls in the middle of the night from his brother when no caregiver showed up. He thought that there had to be a home care company that took pride in providing excellent care and customer service. He found that in Prosper Home Care. His brother has since passed away, but he treats every client like a member of the family, bringing them peace of mind.
Doug Lueder has been instrumental in getting two laws changed to protect seniors against abuse, neglect and exploitation. Click here to learn more.
VP Community Development
Marian Kim is a lifelong advocate for the elderly and disabled communities and has been with Prosper Home Care for 9 years. She is a vital part of her community, teaching English and Sunday school, as well as senior yoga, and helping individuals navigate the processes for food stamps, Medicaid, and immigration. She and her husband, John Kim, a long-time minister in the Atlanta-area, have helped hundreds of members of the Korean community to age in place in the comfort of their own homes. She is honored that her work helps seniors live more comfortably and puts smiles on their faces.
Olga is a career, educated financial auditor who has 15 years of specialized experience in Medicaid and Home Care compliance. She has been a dedicated employee with Prosper Home Care for 9 years. Her attention to detail ensures our company exceeds the best standards of home care by confidently navigating the complex rules and regulations of the Georgia Department of Community Health.
NEPALESE COMMUNITY MANAGER
Khare is a former national soccer star in his home country of Nepal. He is a tireless advocate for the Nepalese and Bhutanese communities of Georgia and has been with Prosper Home Care for 7 years. Whether assisting with youth soccer tournaments or helping seniors get approval for Medicaid programs, he has been a champion of the community for decades.
HUMAN RESOURCES SUPERVISOR
Annalisa’s past experience as a caregiver for elderly and disabled clients lead to discovering her passion for the home care industry. She joined the Prosper Home Care family after graduating with a Masters degree in Gerontology from Georgia State University. She oversees our hiring, training, caregiving and education programs.
Annalisa also helped to create and manage Prosper Home Care’s exclusive incentive program, Path to Prosperity. This one-of-a-kind program seeks to attract, reward and retain quality caregivers in the home care industry.
Terence joined the Prosper Home Care team in the Summer of 2019. He is a career Human and Social Services professional with nearly 20 year of experience working with the elderly and disabled population. Also, he has served in various managerial and counseling roles with the Fulton County Department of Human Services, Behavioral Health Link and St. Jude's Recovery Center. Terence is passionate about assisting those he serves in living a high quality of life.
Analytics & Technology Manager
Adrienne began her career as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in 2003 while providing care to residents living in an assisted living home in Jonesboro, GA. Adrienne realized that caring for others was both an honor and privilege and it became clear to her that she would pursue a career helping the elderly and disabled. She transitioned from the assisted living setting to the home care environment after a year of learning about services that can be brought into a home to keep individuals more independent and functional. Adrienne has been working hand-in-hand with owner, Doug Lueder since 2003 as Administrator of the company. She manages all of the daily operations for Prosper Home Care, making sure everything is running smoothly for our clients and family members.
Adrienne began her career as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in 2003 while providing care to residents living in an assisted living home in Jonesboro, GA. Adrienne realized that caring for others was both an honor and privilege and it became clear to her that she would pursue a career helping the elderly and disabled. She transitioned from the assisted living setting to the home care environment after a year of learning about services that can be brought into a home to keep individuals more independent and functional.
Adrienne has been working hand-in-hand with our CEO, Doug Lueder, since 2006. Although Adrienne has mastered every role in the company throughout the years, her current focus is on our software and program needs, from our caregiver client portal to billing and payroll.
NURSING DEPARTMENT SUPERVISOR
Tina Cho is the Nursing Auditor/ Coordinator for Prosper Home Care. She is a Korean-American that was born in Chicago and has her childhood memories in LA and China as a missionary kid. She studied Biology at the University of Georgia and is currently continuing her education for her BSN. Now married to a British-Cuban husband, she has 2 handsome boys that are 10 and 12. Tina started to work in the caregiving field due to her love for people and for the compassion she has for people that are ill and in need of help in their daily lives.