OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY – Wendell Foster, a local agency serving people with disabilities, announced Tuesday that the organization’s Director of Recreation, Jennifer Owsley, won LeadingAge Kentucky’s statewide Quality of Life Award for her outstanding work in creating a meaningful quality of life for people with disabilities served by Wendell Foster. She received the award at today’s LeadingAge Kentucky’s annual conference awards luncheon at the Galt House in Louisville. Terry Brownson, Interim Chief Executive Officer at Wendell Foster, in attendance at the event says, “The award Jennifer Owsley received today reflects the kind of employees we have at Wendell Foster. Jennifer strives every day to ensure each person fulfills their dreams. She ensures happiness, opportunities and quality of life for people we support.” Brownson added, “we continually seek great employees like Jennifer.”
LeadingAge Kentucky was founded in 1977. The association represents not-for-profit community, church, proprietary and government sponsored health care facilities, retirement communities, assisted living, housing and service programs for the elderly and the disabled.