Marjorie MooreExecutive Directormmoore@voycestl.org314-919-2401
Marjorie Moore holds a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast and Electronic Communications from Marquette University and certificates in CEO Fundraising and Business Administration for Nonprofit Leaders from Washington University in St. Louis. Additionally, she was a member of Focus St. Louis’ Leadership St. Louis Class 39 and the Network for Strong Communities’ Women Executive Director Leadership Academy.
Previously, Marjorie served as President and CEO of MindsEye, a local nonprofit serving people with vision loss, and as the Executive Director of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, St. Louis Chapter.
Marjorie serves as host and producer for the 501Crossroads podcast and has served on several boards and committees, including as President of the International Association of Audio Information Services. Currently, Marjorie serves on the Finance Committee for Home Sweet Home, a local nonprofit furniture bank.
Meaghan Bailey, MPHEvents and Education Coordinatormbailey@voycestl.org314-919-2410
Meaghan Bailey, MPH, is the Education and Events Coordinator for VOYCE. Meaghan graduated from Clemson University (2013) and The George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health (2019).
Meaghan came to VOYCE as a public health intern and later returned to serve as the Development and Administrative Coordinator. Prior to entering public health, Meaghan worked and volunteered with childcare, therapeutic horseback riding, and clean water initiatives. She is a member of the APHA and is passionate about global/environmental health and the Health in All Policies (HiAP) approach. Meaghan is a St. Louis transplant and grew up in the Philadelphia area.
Chien Y. Hung, MSW, MA-G, RYTProgram Director of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman Programchung@voycestl.org314-919-2411
Chien Y. Hung, MSW, MA-G, RYT, serves as the Program Director of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program since 2016. Chien holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Washington University (2005), as well as a Master’s Degree in Gerontology from Lindenwood University (2015). From 2005 to 2016, Chien worked with clients struggling with critical medical/mental conditions, substance usage issues, and homelessness. Chien has extensive experience in Psychotherapy, Gerontology, case management, community outreach, and long-term care. In his spare time, Chien is a Registered Yoga Teacher and enjoys teaching and practicing yoga.
Under Chien’s direction, the St. Louis Ombudsman Team strives to help the long-term care residents receive quality person-centered care in Greater St. Louis and Northeast Missouri.
Goeun Kwon, MSWVOYCEconnect and Outcomes Management Coordinatorgkwon@voycestl.org314-919-2403
Goeun Kwon, MSW, serves as the VOYCEconnect and Outcomes Management Coordinator. Goeun earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work at the Brown School – Washington University in St. Louis. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work and Psychology from Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea.
During her MSW program, she served as a research assistant in the gerontology field and was involved in multiple research projects including senior housing. She also did a student internship at St. Louis Crisis Nursery and the Alzheimer’s Association. Before she moved to the United States, Goeun studied medical social work while she was a practicum student at Samsung Medical Center. Goeun wants to bring her perspective and experience to VOYCE to help older adults and their families find a better quality of life.
Nicole Lynch, MSWGrants and Public Policy Coordinatornlynch@voycestl.org314-919-2402
Nicole Lynch, MSW, serves as VOYCE’s Grants and Public Policy Coordinator. Nicole holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Missouri- Columbia and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Missouri State University.
In her previous position, Nicole spent four years working in a Residential Care Facility (RCF). She served many roles in the facility, starting as a caregiver and Med Tech and eventually working her way up to the facility coordinator position. Nicole found her passion for advocacy and grassroots organizing through internship experiences. During her final semester of graduate school, she worked as a full-time Legislative Intern for Empower Missouri, where she advocated for access to quality healthcare, adequate nutrition, and criminal justice reform. Nicole’s experience working in the RCF, combined with her advocacy skills, has made her a passionate advocate for residents in long-term care settings.
Katie Morrison, MSGRegional Ombudsman Coordinator North, South, and West St. Louis Countykmorrison@voycestl.org314-919-2409
Katie Morrison, MSG, serves as a Regional Ombudsman Coordinator for North County, South County, and West County. Katie earned a Master of Science in Gerontology from University of Missouri- St. Louis and a Bachelor of Science in Family Studies from Southeast Missouri State University. Katie discovered her passion for working with seniors when she worked in food services at a Long-Term Care Facility during high school.
Katie previously worked at a Long-Term Care Community as an Activity Coordinator and then was promoted to the Activity Director within a short period of time. Katie also held a position at the St. Louis Jewish Community Center as a Senior Programs Coordinator in which she ran a home delivery meal program for homebound seniors and dining services/senior programming at Covenant Place. In her free time, Katie enjoys spending time with family and friends, working out, watching television/movies, attending concerts and traveling.
Lindy Noel, MPADevelopment Directorlnoel@voycestl.org314-919-2405
Lindy Noel, MPA, serves as the Development Director for VOYCE. Lindy graduated with her Bachelor’s in Communication (2011) and Master’s in Public Administration (2014) from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
Lindy joined VOYCE from the St. Louis Blues, Enterprise Center, and Stifel Theatre as their Marketing & Communication Manager. Having been part of the Championship team is something she will cherish forever. Prior to working in the world of sports and entertainment, Lindy worked for the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Missouri Chapter where she was ultimately introduced to VOYCE. In her role as Marketing & Communication Coordinator, she worked to raise awareness for programs, services, public policy, and fundraising opportunities.
In addition to her career, Lindy volunteers in various capacities including St. Patrick Center’s Development & Communication Committee, SIUE’s Alumni Association Board of Directors, and the Alzheimer’s Association’s Young Ambassadors.
Jessica Rogalski, BSWRegional Ombudsman Coordinator St. Charles and Franklin Counties and Northeast Missourijrogalski@voycestl.org314-919-2408
Jessica Rogalski, BSW, serves as a Regional Ombudsman Coordinator for Franklin County, St. Charles County, and Northeast Missouri. Jessica has earned her Bachelor’s Degree of Social Work from Missouri Baptist University.
Jessica has expressed her passion for working with individuals in long-term care while completing her practicum with VOYCE. During her practicum, she demonstrated a dedication to visiting communities and promoting the highest quality of care for residents living in a long-term care setting. In previous years, she demonstrated compassion and worked diligently at her internship with Mercy, formally known as Lincoln County Medical Center, in the physical therapy department. Her role was to provide excellent care by providing physical therapy services for geriatric patients. Upon completion she received a Physical Therapy Aide Certificate.
Lisa Smith, MHALead Regional Ombudsman Coordinator St. Louis City and Jefferson Countylsmith@voycestl.org314-919-2404
Elizabeth (Lisa) Smith, MHA, joined VOYCE in December 2017. Lisa earned a Master of Health Administration from Saint Louis University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Fontbonne University.
She brings her interest, compassion, and experience for those in vulnerable or underserved populations to her position at VOYCE. In her free time, Lisa enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with friends.
Libby Sykes, MSWRegional Ombudsman, Outreach, and Volunteer Coordinator Central St. Louis Countylsykes@voycestl.org314-556-3704
Elizabeth (Libby) Sykes, MSW, joined VOYCE as the Regional Ombudsman Coordinator for Central St. Louis County. Libby obtained her Master of Social Work degree from Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville (SIUE). Prior to this degree, she earned a Bachelor in English Education, also from SIUE.
Libby’s internships prior to her role at VOYCE include Madison County Catholic Charities, Caritas Family Solutions, and Christian Hospital. Prior to her MSW and work in the social work field, Libby was a financial aid advisor and a preschool teacher. Libby brings her varied work and education experience to VOYCE as she strives to better the lives of seniors in the St. Louis area.