Our Team



I'm thrilled to share how this wonderful team is changing the face of aging. This program is
a chosen vocation and joy for us all. While there are more, I'd like to highlight some of our team
members and explain their specific coordination. In each of these areas, there is support staff
and volunteers that truly make this a community unlike any other.

We all deserve to feel confident in our independence and rejuvenated in sociability, with 
secure  -and affordable-  housing as a viable option. Here at CTandM, we offer wonderful opportunities for seniors to thrive in the retirement season of life.

It is our goal to strive for stellar customer service to enrich the lives of our clients and the community. In both our programs and our outreach to the community, my team and I are
committed to making a difference in aging services.

Ask me about:

  • Aging in Psychosocial Development
  • ┬ŁEmotional Intelligence in Gerontology
  • Behavioral Compliance for Professionals
  • Programming for Seniors
  • Grief & Bereavement Counseling
  • The Fundamentals of Aging

Katlyn G. Clifton

Executive Director, MA, MBA, COS, EOLD
Certified Senior Advisor ®
Aging Educator & Advocate

Jasmine M. PerryKaci-Headshot-for-BC-2018.JPG

Service Coordinator, BSW
Certified Senior Advisor ®

We understand that aging is overwhelming for a great number of people.

With so many regulations and documents,  getting the right services can feel like a maze.

I enjoy being  able to  offer support and advocacy in several areas, assist with any documents, and facilitate a more successful
journey of aging for our clients.

Ask me about:

  • Medicare vs. Medicaid
  • Medigap policies and other insurances
  • Federal and State benefit programs
  • Transistion Planning

Jill P. Taylor
Enrichment CoordinatorJill-Taylor-Headshot-1.JPG

We believe that retirement should be a time of  well-deserved fun!

In an effort to keep morale high and rejuvenate a sense of comradery, we offer  our clients a gamut of different social opportunities. 

Our social programs are designed to keep seniors engaged with each other and the community.

For this reason, we don't believe in the traditional role of an activity person. Rather, each member of our team is involved in programming.

A host of business professionals and service providers can  be found on our campus doing educational seminars,  or hosting a fun event.

Be sure to find us on Facebook (CTandMGallatin)!

Ask me about:

  • Event planning for seniors
  • Tours of the CTandM Campus
  • Application for Residency
  • Community Hosting Opportunities
  • Volunteer Opportunities












Victoria G. Sterban
Undergraduate Intern
Healthcare Administration








Jeff Green

Maintenance Director, CMM

We find it beneficial when seniors can retire and not worry about the hassle and upkeep of property. With our maintenance program, seniors can feel secure that there is a helping hand. At no additional cost, our residents receive personal service and over 30 years of experience from our maintenance department.

Ask me about:

  • Facilities Managment
  • Residential Maintenance Planning for seniors
  • Client Rapport with Service Orders


Kaci N. Wagoner
Hospitality Coordinator2019-Headshot-KW2.JPG

We know that retirement can be financially frustrating. By partnering with the Department of U.S. Housing and Urban Development, we are proud to offer housing for seniors that is affordable and filled with amenities.

Fees are based on income and specific to each resident. The monthly packages at CTandM include rent, cable, all utilities, maintenance service, trash removal, and social services. I am happy to oversee this process for each person because this portion of our program truly makes a financial difference.

Ask me about:

  • Housing Subsidies & Rental Assistance
  • Accounts Receivables for Seniors
  • Ways to Donate & Give Back

 Superior Senior Services!

We care about the life that our clients experience, and help navigate a journey to successful aging. 

Our attitude of hospitality starts with reverence and esteem for the older adult and results in a holistic approach to care.

This personal touch allows us to extend gratitude, sympathy, or celebration with each milestone.









LaTisha B. Hill
Graduate Intern
Social Work