Sandile Ntuli, Executive Director
Sandile was born and raised in South Africa and came to the United States to further his education.
Prior to living in Georgia, he has lived in New York and Maryland and it was in Maryland where he earned his nursing degree from the University of Maryland. Sandile’s nursing career spans over eighteen years and he has provided direct care as well as managed and led teams in nursing homes, hospitals, assisted living, and home health.
He enjoys working in memory care because he feels like he can make a positive impact and difference in the lives of his residents, family members and staff.
He and his wife have three children and two grandchildren. Besides being a parent and grandparent, he enjoys playing golf and considers himself the number one New York Giants fan.
Dr. Amar Mohan, Medical Director
Dr. Amar Mohan grew up in Georgia and is board certified in Internal Medicine, and Palliative Care with a special interest in geriatric medicine, dementia care and treatment, psychiatric medicine, transitional care, and holistic medicine.
Dee Guiliani, Director of Marketing
Dee grew up in Pennsylvania. Her love for seniors expands over twenty plus years in long term care to include Assisted Living, Independent Living and most importantly Memory Care. She has been a Executive Director, Director of Admissions and Marketing , Certified Nursing Assistant, Certified Activity Director. Her lifetime passion and love for seniors comes from the heart she truly believes in being a servant leader to the greatest generation that has ever lived and that we all are Aging Gracefully. Dee has served ten years in the Army Reserves as a Retention Officer.Received her certification as a Paralegal from the Eastern Illinois University, She holds a certification in business administration from the University of Illinois. Dee greatest achievement in life has been the love of her family and all the seniors, families, and friends she has meet along the way. It is truly a honor to be part of The Memory Center Family. Her hobbies include, music, voice, drama, crafts, dancing, creative writing, enjoys long rides in the country.
Paulette Ferguson-Brown, Director Of Nursing
Paulette was born in Kingston, Jamaica and raised in South Florida.
She has been a nurse for over 20 years and has extensive experience working with the elderly population in Hospitals, Assisted Living facilities, Home Health care and Hospice. Her interest in how the human brain functions, and especially its effect on behavior, led her to achieve a BS in Psychology. Paulette has been with the Memory Center for over two years and truly enjoys her job. She strives to make a positive difference in the lives of the residents and staff.
When not at work Paulette enjoys watching Basketball (Miami Heat Lifer!), Soccer and spending time with her family.
Santeala Young, Activity Director
Santeala attended the University of Phoenix where she obtained her Bachelors in Healthcare Management. Over the past 4 years she has been working as an Activities Director in Senior care with 2 years dedicated to Assisted Living and Memory Care.
She has been involved with several events thru the Alzheimers Association and Big Bend Hospice and Covenant Hospice of Florida.
Santeala’s passion began while caring for her grandmother whom passed in 2005 from Dementia. Since then she has loved working with the senior population and making sure each moment is memorable. Santeala recently relocated from Tallahassee, FL to Buford, Ga with her husband and 3 children. When she’s not working she loves to travel and spend quality time with her family.
Edward Kraitman, Chef
My name is Edward Kraitman. I am from Moldova and I have lived in the United States for over twenty years now, and worked as a culinary artist for over 30 years. I have a deep passion for creating food and serving it to people in ways that they enjoy. I focus on health in every meal and keep fried food off of my menu. There are no mistakes when creating a new dish and I love to experiment with every holiday. I love serving my residents and seeing their faces light up when their food arrives. I am happy when my residents are happy and always keep each individual’s needs in mind because each limitation is a new challenge that I am excited to tackle in the kitchen.