Congratulations to Woodland Ridge‘s February Employee of the Month, Adline Ani! Adeline is originally from Nigeria and came to the United States in 2012. She is from a large family, having two brothers and four sisters. Adline said when she was young, she loved to stay around her grandmother. She would stay with her and Read More

Our Woodland Ridge Employee of the Month is Anna Williams! Anna has worked at Woodland Ridge for 16 years, nearly the entire time she’s been in Atlanta. She moved here from Broxton, Georgia and worked at Emory Adventist Hospital before coming to Woodland Ridge. Previously, Anna also worked in a processing plant for Campbell’s Soup. Read More

Our October Employee of the Month is Adrianna Sanchez Puga! Adrianna has been working as a housekeeper at Woodland Ridge since April 2018. Adrianna is originally from Guanajuato, Mexico, but her entire family moved to the United States in 2003. She has three sisters and two brothers. Coincidentally, Adrianna’s sister, Juana, is also employed as Read More

The September Employee Spotlight at Woodland Ridge is Perpetua “Pet” Nnorom. Perpetua has always had a skill for caring for others, being the oldest of nine children. She is originally from Nigeria where she went to college at Abia State University in Uturu. There she studied Government and Public Administration. While she was in college, Perpetua Read More

We’d like to introduce you to our August Employee of the Month, Juana Sanchez! Originally from Guanajuato, Mexico Juana moved to the United States with her whole family when she was just 14-years-old. Her family initially moved to Houston first, but quickly moved to Atlanta, claiming Houston was too hot. One of Juana’s top highlights Read More

Congratulations Paula Patterson, Woodland Ridge Medical Technician, our July Employee of the Month! Paula, originally from Kingston, Jamaica is the oldest of 7 children. Paula has 2 children of her own and 3 grandchildren. Her father had initially come to the United States to attend Tuskegee University on a scholarship for Economics. Since Paula and Read More