I love working with older adults. It has been my passion since beginning as a certified nursing assistant when I was 17. My personal passion about working with this population and keeping them as independent as possible is a perfect match for InnovAge. I love the services we provide our participants.
Roslyn Paulson began her career with InnovAge as center director at the Thornton PACE Center before transitioning to her current role as director of the Lakewood PACE Center in 2017. Roslyn began her career in healthcare at the age of 17 as a certified nursing assistant. She has since worked in long-term care and senior nursing facilities, in roles ranging from social work and admissions to marketing and case management. She is also a licensed nursing home administrator. Roslyn earned her bachelor's degree in social work from Colorado State University.