Heritage Center - Management Team
Vanessa Debord, HFA
Vanessa is a licensed health facility administrator who has been in long term care since 2011. She received a bachelors in health services administration from the University of Southern Indiana in 2011. Vanessa has a passion for the geriatric population and enjoys working with the clinical team in long term care. She started with Holiday Healthcare in 2016.Outside of work, Vanessa enjoys spending lots of time with her husband and daughter, along with all of her family and friends.
Courtney Dile, R.N
Courtney graduated from USI in 2010 with her Bachelors in Health Administration and in 2011 with her BSN. She has worked in long term care for 10 years, beginning as a CNA. Courtney fell in love with long term care while working as a CNA. She knew that this is what she wanted to spend her life doing. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, running, cooking, and spending time with her family.
Jessica Carr, RN
Director of Nursing
Jessica has worked in the healthcare field for 10 years, starting as a phlebotomist in the lab with experience in acute hospital care, open heart recovery, and long-term care experience. She also has experience as a wound nurse and infection prevention. Jessica is devoted to providing safe and compassionate care to residents. She enjoys reading, travel, and nature.
Cindy Elmore, LPN
Assistant Director of Nursing
Cindy is the Assistant Director of Nursing and Compliance Director with over 40 years of service at The Heritage Center. She is familiar with every unit in our facility and assesses each resident prior to admission for appropriate nursing/unit placement and care.
Marina Tieken, LPN
Director of Staff Development
Marina directs the application process, interviewing, hiring, training and orientation of all staff. In addition, she serves as an instructor for the following: Certified Nursing Assistant, Dining Assistant, TB, and AHA BLS. She also handles certificate programs for our licensed professionals.
Michelle Williams, LPN
Quality Care/MDS Director
Social Services Director
Emily is an Evansville native who graduated from the University of Southern Indiana in 2011 with a Bachelor’s in Social Work, and again in 2012 with a Master’s in Social Work. She has worked in long term care for four years. She and her husband have a son named Adam. She enjoys being outside, working out/running, and loves anything Marvel.
Bridges Activity Director
Tina leads our Bridges Department, which encompasses Activities, Spiritual Care, Transportation Services, and Heritage Volunteers.
David has worked for The Heritage Center since 1999. He is responsible for all aspects of facility care, maintenance, and compliance. David oversees a staff which serves the entire Holiday Health Care campus. He retired as the Fire Chief for the German Township Fire Department where he was highly trained and experienced in all aspects of disaster preparedness and response.
Food Services Director
Mary is a Certified Dietary Manager and Certified Food Protection Professional, having obtained her CDM CFPP through the University of Southern Indiana in 1993. She has worked in long term care since 1989, starting as part time dish washer at a local facility and advancing to cooking and eventually management. Mary is very active in the ANFP (Association of Food Service Professionals) serving as chapter president in 2010 and 2015.
Environmental Services Director
Brandi started at Holiday Health Care in February 1995, working in the kitchen for 12 years and then as a floor maintenance tech for the Heritage Center and The Village for 7 years. She received an Associate of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Ivy Tech Community College in 2013 and has worked as a Confinement Officer for the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office. Brandi enjoys life with her fiancé, Adam, and their two cats, Rosa and Pete.
Kristy Davidson, Director of Rehabilitative Services
Kristy became a part of The Heritage Center family her junior year in high school. She later completed her C.N.A. and continued here for 7 years until pursuing a bachelor’s degree from University of Evansville in Physical Therapy and completing her Masters from University of Indianapolis in 1999. Kristy has worked in a variety of health care settings including home care, hospital acute care, industrial and occupational medicine and long term care. She specializes in a manual therapy technique called myofascial release. Kristy was born and raised on the west side of Evansville where she currently resides with her husband and daughters.