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.
Tina Nelson, Executive Director
Tina Nelson is the Executive Director of The Memory Center Atlanta. She started from humble beginnings in the medical field, working as a Certified Nursing Assistant at the age of 16. She obtained her Licensed Practical Nurse in her midwestern hometown at a local college and has been in the profession for over 20 years.
During her career, Tina has worked in multiple disciplines and obtained knowledge, skills, and abilities in a variety of healthcare settings, including military and ambulatory clinics, correctional institutions, hospitals, mental health, memory care, long-term care facilities, and leadership roles such as administrative, wellness nursing and Director of Nursing. Tina is also a veteran of the United States Army, of which she is very proud to have served her country!
Tina believes in focusing on the whole person when caring for her residents. She is passionate about providing quality care while remaining mindful of her residents’ and families’ individual preferences and needs. In addition to her career in nursing, Tina has multiple levels of education such as a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management, and is currently working on her Master of Social Work. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and two dogs, gardening, exercising, volunteering to work with the homeless population, and operating an outreach ministry.
Tina looks forward to continuing to serve the residents, families, and employees of The Memory Center Atlanta.
Bianca White, Admissions and Marketing Director
Bianca White has several years of experience working in senior living. She has worked in independent living, assisted living and memory care communities. She is honored to guide families and their loved ones during their search for memory care and she understands that having empathy and creating trust is key in establishing a relationship. Bianca is passionate about educating families on dementia as she has received her CDP (Certified Dementia Practioner) and enjoys creating quality relationships with local business professionals. She is honored to be a resource for families in need of memory care for their loved ones. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, hiking with her husband and spending time with her dogs, Honey and Archie.
Katherine Wurmb, Activity Director
Hello, my name is Katherine and I was born and raised in Westminster, Maryland. After high school I attended Elon University in North Carolina and graduated in 1983 with a Bachelors of Science. My husband Steve and I relocated from Missouri to Georgia this past fall along with our dog Sadie.
I have worked with the senior population most of my working career and have alway been drawn to seeking out their wisdom, humor and kindness. I have worked both as an Activity Assistant and Activity Director for over seven years in the skilled, long-term care and memory care environment. I strive to create programs that provide our seniors with a sense of self-awareness, esteem and success. I look forward to being part of The Memory Center team and getting to know each of you.
Petey Veney, Executive Chef
Food has played a big part in my life. I grew up in the restaurant business with my mom and dad owning restaurants. Food has always been a passion of mine ever since I could reach the stove. My mother was my biggest influence when it came to the love of cooking. I was taught by my mother that every plate of food needs love. As the years pass, my skills became sharper and my knowledge of the food industry expanded. I am thankful for the great teachers and mentors that I have found. For the past 15 years, I have dedicated my craft to trying every day to achieve perfection and to bring a smile to someone’s face with a fabulous plate of food, made with love.