I spent a lot time interacting with my grandparents and as they got older I found myself caring for them. I was able to take them to doctor’s appointments, administer medications, and met other personal needs. This helped me realize my passion and led to my wonderful career at InnovAge. I enjoy making a positive difference in the lives of the seniors we serve by responding through the lens of my grandparents and my 87-year-old dad.
Linda Whyte became director of the Thornton PACE center in November 2019. Over the last ten years, she has held several roles with InnovAge, including as provider relations manager and in leadership positions for adult day center operations, and administrative services. She began her career with InnovAge as an administrative coordinator at the Lakewood PACE center. Linda holds a master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in healthcare management from Colorado Technical University in Colorado Springs.