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Our Office Staff

Director of Nursing – Carlita Vasser

Carlita D. Vasser, MA, BSN, RN, CCN is the Director/ CEO of At Home Care. At Home Care is a comprehensive in home care agency that offers a combination of home care and community-based services. At Home Care provides home care services to 15 counties in Missouri from its 3 offices. Through her expertise in home care, At Home Care works to keep disabled and or seniors living at home with independence by aiding in basic need assistance.

She is also the founder and developer of Returning to Eden- Keeping God’s Temple Healthy a radio and digitally aired health news and education program. It is a wellness and community health education program with a mission to provide knowledge and resources to the minority and under served population.

Carlita help co-found a branch of the national Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) local unit named Gateway St. Louis Medical Reserves Corps. The MRC units are community-based programs under the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) that function to locally organize and utilize volunteers who want to donate their time and expertise to prepare for and respond to emergencies, decrease health literacy and educate the community of public health issues.

Carlita was elected by the National Council of State Board of Nursing as a member of an expert panel to review items for the National Council Licensure Examination for Nurses in collaboration with the Missouri State Board of Nursing. She has advocated legislatively at national, state, and local levels for the protection of state funds for emergency preparedness and the need for more health focused grants for program sustainment.

Carlita has been an expert speaker for the Alzheimer’s Association St. Louis Chapter and the American Heart Association. She is an American Heart Association-Council Member, Missouri Office of Minority Health Eastern Missouri Region-Council Member, National Council of State Board of Nursing- Expert Panel Member, National Association of Professional Women-Member, Top Ladies of Distinction- St. Louis Chapter Member, Order of Eastern Star Member, Missouri Lifespan Respite Coalition-Member and International Parish Nurse- Member.

Community Liaison -Kathy Grim

Marlon Lee is proud to be a native of St. Louis, Missouri. He attended Lutheran High School North and Harris-Stowe State University where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing. While attending Harris-Stowe State University, he served as Student Government President and co-founder of The Collegiate 100 of Harris-Stowe State University of the 100 Black Men of Metropolitan St. Louis, Inc. Currently, Marlon sits on the Board of Directors of the 100 Black Men of Metropolitan St. Louis, Inc., the Executive Board of the Harris-Stowe State University Alumni Association, and the Advisory Board for the Balsa Foundation. Marlon proudly serves as a Community Liaison with At Home Care, where he is intentionally working with neighborhood groups in underserved areas. His overall goal, is to bring added value to both entities by leveraging local businesses and non for profits to improve living conditions and bring stabilization to the community

Kathy Grim has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Kentucky in Lexington, KY. Her Clinical Nursing experience includes hospital medical surgical, home health, Intravenous Therapy, Director of Nursing at a Long Term Care Facility and Elderly Health Maintenance Program for Health Department. Kathy also has experience in teaching, medical sales and has been a Women’s Health Consultant for Health Plans.

Office Manager- Sharon Mc Lin

Staff Nurse- Stephanie Williams

Stephanie Williams started with At Home Care in February 2016, to work as an LPN in the home care field. Stephanie holds an LPN degree, and is also currently finishing a Master’s in Social Work at the University of Missouri Saint Louis. Stephanie holds valuable work experience in not only the nursing field but the social work field as well, and upon graduation Stephanie hopes to integrate both of these degrees. In Stephanie’s free time she enjoys spending time with her 11 year old daughter, being outside, swimming, playing sports, as well as many other things!

Client Services Coordinators – Renata Bule, Alyssa Schuler, Monique Webb

Alyssa Schuler started with At Home Care in September 2015 and has been a great team player ever since. She loves what she does and can not wait to see great things happen in the future!

Monique Webb has training from Al Med Academy as Medical Assistant, Technical Advantage Career Education as Medical Billing and Coding and Missouri Workforce Development in Customer Service Telecommunication Training. She is currently pursuing her Applied Science degree in Human Service from St. Louis Community College. Monique is a tax preparer and volunteers with the United Ways Cares website. She enjoys home decor, nature walks, helping women with personal growth and development and having fun with her mother and daughter.

Administration- Sharonda McMullen and Alicia Siddiqui

Sharonda McMullen received her Chemistry degree from Columbia College. Ten years ago, she decided that she would prefer to work in the public service field and made an adjustment. In her spare time she loves motivating people, especially women, to exceed their personal beliefs and go after their dreams. One way she does this is through her TV show, Create a New You.

Program Development – Eboni Thompson

Eboni Thompson received her Bachelors in Speech Communication and Masters in Non-Profit Administration, both from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE). She currently serves in several young professional organizations and is an active volunteer with her community. Eboni’s passion is to cultivate a society where individuals and families have a limitless support system to positively grow and develop. In her spare time, she loves to read, travel, and spend time with those she loves. Eboni is a St. Louis native and is committed to impacting those in need.