I am the Executive Director of Oxford Crossings since February 2022. I have been an Administrator in Bucks County for 6 years. I have a bachelor of Science in Finance and Management from DeSales University. I also have a physical therapist assistant degree and keep my license current.
I live in Bethlehem with my husband Robb and daughter Samantha. I am passionate about working with the senior population to ensure their care needs are a top priority. I am fortunate to have inherited a so many wonderful “grand parents” here at Oxford.
Passion for helping others is what Jenn McLaughlin is all about! Jenn graduated from Howard Community College in 2015 with both an Associate’s of Arts degree in Sociology and Secondary Teacher Education. While attending college, she was a founding member of the Disability Awareness Club, Student Commencement Speaker, qualified and graduated from the esteemed Shoenbrodt Scholars Program, completed advanced research and received the Bard Scholar award.
Jenn also was a featured poet in The Muse literary annual, member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society, and recipient of the AAUW Scholarship, McCuan family Scholarship, Fredrick P. Shoenbrodt Scholarship, was a featured graduate in Her Mind Magazine and received and was inducted in the Who’s Who in 2014 & 2015.
Afterwards, Jenn enrolled at University of Maryland Baltimore County an Honors College to pursue a dual Bachelors in Sociology and History with an emphasis on both inequalities in education and gerontology.
While attending UMBC, Jenn realized her passion for caring and being of service for differently-abled children, young adults and older populations would be her life’s work; as she cared for her aunt and many clients in a personal and professional manner while attending college full-time.
Jenn came to Oxford Crossings in February of 2023 after caring for her father who battled Cancer. While caring for her father, Jenn discovered that her creative talent to motivate, educate and advocate for her father and others would lead her far. Within a few months, she was encouraged to pursue the Life Enrichment Director position at Oxford Crossings- and has passionately given all she has ever since.
During her attendance at UMBC, Jenn was also a student notetaker for differently-abled students, Vice President of Tau Sigma National Honor Society and Secretary for Student History Council. Unfortunately, her Bachelors program was cut short with the passing of her Aunt and her own battle with Cancer. However, Jenn has since enrolled in classes related to her current position at Oxford Crossings and is a Certified Dementia Practioner.
Jenn’s motto is “live everyday with laughter and joy – for both are contagious!”
Carlyn is a Certified Assisted Living Administrator and a Certified Dementia Practitioner with 10 years of experience in Senior Living. She is very passionate in providing seniors and their loved ones support with a caring and transparent approach. In her free time, Carlyn enjoys traveling, camping, spending time by the pool or at the beach, and cheering on the Philadelphia sports teams.
Casey MacDougall is the Memory Care Program Director for our secured memory care neighborhood at Oxford Crossings Senior Enhanced Living in Langhorne, PA. Casey is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a BS in Biobehavioral Health and Human Development & Family Studies. She is a Certified Dementia Practitioner and working towards becoming a Certified Montessori Practitioner. As a lifelong resident of Langhorne, Casey began her career at Oxford while in High School. During her sophomore year at Neshaminy High School, Casey took an FCS course where she learned about the importance of becoming involved with her community. During this time, she had her first volunteer hours in Oxford’s Memory Care Neighborhood- which increased her interest in being around those with cognitive impairment. At the age of 16, Casey’s first job was at Oxford Crossings in Dining Services where she enjoyed working in the Memory Care Neighborhood and visiting them often.
Casey’s passion for helping others led her to pursue an education in biobehavioral health and HDFS throughout college. While at Penn State, she volunteered her time for a crisis hotline and interned as a children’s behavior technician. During this time, Casey had a personal connection to Alzheimer’s through supporting her grandmother on her journey. This experience solidified and propelled Casey’s passion for working in Senior Care. After graduating college, Casey returned to the Oxford team to pursue her passion for helping Elders live a full life.
Casey’s creative, compassionate and energetic nature has brought life and love to those in our community. She has incorporated new and unique programming specific to each residents’ individual needs. Having a personal connection to Alzheimer’s, Casey makes it her mission to support, advocate for, and enrich the lives of her residents each and every day. Casey mentions how she views every resident in the community as her own grandmother or grandfather. Anyone that knows Casey, knows that this is true. Her big heart makes a big difference here at Oxford Crossings.
Tiffany Elliott graduated from Nursing School at Eastern Center For Arts and Technology in 2012. She has practiced in Homecare, Skilled Nursing, Memory Care, Assisted Living and Personal Care. Tiffany loves helping seniors and people in general. She looks forward to continuing to help people and growing in her profession. Tiffany has two children. Her son is 15 and her daughter is 7, and being a mom is Tiffany’s favorite job of all. Tiffany is a Eagles and Flyers fan and both of her children play ice hockey.