Senior Living Community Names Generations Program Director
SEATTLE–Queen Anne Manor, an Integral Senior Living community specializing in assisted living, memory care and respite care, has named Qween Gipson as its Generations Memory Care program director.
“Qween’s enthusiasm and passion for helping others have been wonderful additions to our community,” said Brenda Chambers, regional vice president of operations. “She has had a positive impact on the lives of each of our residents, and we are thrilled to watch our community flourish with her as our Generations program director.”
Gipson comes to Queen Anne Manor as a certified dementia care specialist, health unit coordinator and home health aide with more than 25 years of experience in geriatrics. Gipson’s variety of work experience includes serving in the United States Air Force, owning her own photography business and working in event management.
“I absolutely love enriching the lives of all that I come in contact with,” Gipson said. “I truly enjoy learning about the experiences and adventures our residents have had in their lifetimes.”
Prior to joining the Queen Anne Manor team in June of 2019, Gipson was employed in Europe as a youth and pre-teen programmer and kindergarten teacher for more than a decade.
“My motto is ‘what you think about is what you bring about,’” Gipson said. “And I want to inspire our residents to live life to the fullest every day.”
Queen Anne Manor is located in the heart of Seattle and a block from the Queen Anne shopping corridor.
Integral Senior Living, headquartered in Carlsbad, CA, manages a progressive selection of independent, assisted living and memory care properties throughout 18 states. It is ranked among the nation’s largest senior living providers.