Amy Moore - Program Director
Amy joined In-Home Care (IHC) in 2008 as a regional care coordinator, was promoted to program manager in 2013, and became program director in 2015. She studied at the University of New Hampshire and Granite State College, earning her Bachelor’s Degree in communications with a minor in public relations. Amy is a passionate advocate for others and believes that everyone should have the opportunity to thrive. She enjoys living on the Seacoast with her 9-year-old daughter and their two cats.
Sabrina Moore - Program Manager
A graduate of Southern New Hampshire University with a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, Sabrina has worked for In-Home Care since 2010, starting as a regional care coordinator before becoming program manager in 2015. Prior to working at Ascentria, she worked at Easter Seals for three years. Sabrina loves living on the Seacoast with her husband Adam and their dog. On the weekends you can find her at the ocean, kayaking, hiking, reading or tackling home projects.
Cheryl Marsh - Training and Compliance Manager
Cheryl began working for Ascentria in 2011 as a case manager for the Health Professional Opportunity Project program. She moved to In-Home Care in 2013 as a regional care coordinator before becoming the Training and Compliance Manager in 2018. Cheryl has a Bachelor’s Degree in social sciences from Granite State College and has worked in the non-profit world for most of her working life, focusing on training and support to future and current employees. Cheryl enjoys spending time with her large family, watching her grandchildren play sports, camping with her husband, working on her small farm and sitting on her deck reading.
Denise Germano - Administrative and Data Manager
Denise has worked at In-Home Care since 2012, and she is the point of contact for inquiries regarding private care. Denise has spent her career dedicated to nonprofits and enjoys providing support to our IHC program. She has a bachelor’s degree in music and loves playing the piano and guitar. Denise’s hobbies include kayaking, gardening, camping, and caring for her rescue dog.
Midge Smith – Regional Support Administrator
Midge has assisted In-Home Care with administrative support for over six years. She enjoys supporting our IHC clients and staff. One of her life goals is to work for a company that makes a difference, so she is very happy working for Ascentria. Midge enjoys time with her three children and two grandchildren and spending time at her beach house with an ocean view.
Liz Jones – Regional Support Administrator
Liz has been with In-Home Care since 2010, first as a caregiver and now providing office support. In the past, she has volunteered with a fire department as an EMT (certified in Wilderness Search and Rescue and Ice Rescue) and has served as a caregiver both professionally and for family. In her spare time, Liz enjoys gardening, writing poetry and volunteering as an American Revolutionary War actor to help bring living history to several historic sites and museums around New England.
Sarah Dixon – Assistant Program Manager
Sarah began working at Ascentria in 2004 as a family specialist in the Therapeutic Family Care program. She moved to In-Home Care in 2006 where she worked as a regional care coordinator for six years. In 2012, Sarah worked for another non-profit organization as a CFI case manager and eventually as the team leader of two regional offices. Sarah returned to Ascentria In-Home Care in early 2018 as a regional care coordinator before becoming the assistant program manager in June 2018. Sarah has a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology from Colorado State University and spent her early career working with the families of children in residential treatment. Sarah is a full time family caregiver to her adult brother who has a developmental disability. Sarah and her brother can be seen around Concord enjoying live music and theater. They also enjoy boating, swimming and watching movies.