The Cohen Home Family

Cheryl Chambers, Executive Director

In October 2017 we welcomed Cheryl Chambers to The Cohen Home family.  A compassionate and accomplished leader who motivates and empowers her team with confidence, Cheryl is an experienced Executive Director with a history of successful communities and excellent operational leadership. Her breadth and depth of knowledge, as well as her warm and open style of  communication gives families peace of mind that their loved one will be engaged and well cared for from the minute they become part of our family.


Vicki Feldman Luna, Sales & Marketing Director

Vicki was recently promoted after serving as Life Enrichment Director at The Cohen Home. She has extensive experience in real estate sales and formerly owned a chain of franchises. She earned her BA in vocal performance at The Juilliard School of Music and sang professionally for many years. She loves sharing music with the residents of The Cohen Home and the relationships she has with her families.


Alison D. Maddox, Life Enrichment & Activities Director

Alison served as Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator with The Atlanta Center for Self Sufficiency and later went to work in the Senior Living arena where she worked for a leading company in senior care as a care manager and was quickly promote to Activity Assistant.  Alison enjoys planning engaging activities and outings for her residents and volunteers. She has a passion for senior care. We are so fortunate to have Alison on our team!


Bukola Ogundairo, LPN – Director of Nursing (DON)

Bukola earned her BSC in biology and has dedicated her life to nursing. She is BLS certified as an instructor with The American Heart Association and is train-the-trainer certified as well. She has many years working in long term care and rehab. Prior to coming to The Cohen Home in November, she worked at Emory. She is thrilled to be Director of Nursing and enjoys working closely with our residents on a very personal level.


The Cohen Home is a Jewish Home Life Community

As a Jewish Home Life Community (JHLC), The Cohen Home is a non-profit community owned and managed by a dynamic senior care organization with an earned reputation for quality and service over the past 67 years.

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