At this year’s Leading Age North Carolina spring conference at Grove Park Inn in Asheville, N C, Cherese Wolfe joined an elite group of award recipients by garnering top honors for the Service Excellence Award. This award honors those in direct service who demonstrate extraordinary talent, expertise, and dedication in the provision of exceptional service to residents. Cherese serves as the social worker for our Independent Living and Deacon Pointe Assisted Living residents at Twin Lakes Community. She has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 2001 and joined the Twin Lakes staff in 2016. Leading Age North Carolina is the state association of not-for-profit providers dedicated to providing quality care, housing, health, community and related services to the elderly.
Twin Lakes Community is grateful for Cherese’s dedication and service, and we are proud of her well-deserved recognition. Cherese (l) is pictured with Twin Lakes Quality Assurance Officer Connie Poovey who nominated Cherese for the award.