Nichols Village Staff proudly commits to a high quality independent living environment that enhances each resident's personal growth, quality of life, choice and comfort.
Linda has enjoyed five years as Executive Director of Nichols Village. Previously, Linda was Director of General Services at Brooksby Village for 10+ years. She has over 30 years of senior housing experience. Linda holds a B.S. in Gerontology and lives in Peabody with her husband, children and a very unruly dog. In her spare time she adores reading and going to the beach.
Brenda greets all Nichols Village guests with a warm welcome. She makes those around her feel comfortable with her friendliness, and is patient and thoughtful in guiding prospective residents through their process of "moving", which is often a daunting task. Brenda enjoys the company of her two adult children, Tyler and Julia, gardening, swimming in the ocean, lounging at the beach, alone time and gatherings with family, friends and neighbors.
Jim is a graduate of the Culinary Arts program at Whittier Vocational School in Haverhill Ma. He has over 30 years of restaurant experience working in Mediterranean, Italian and Mexican themed establishments. He is the longest serving staff member at Nichols Village. Jim is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys fishing and hunting on his free time. Jim has lived in the Merrimack Valley for all of his life and enjoys spending time with his daughter.
David has over 27 years experience in property maintenance. David spends much of his free time with his family at the beach. He also enjoys hiking, biking, inline skating and reading. David lives in Salem NH with his wife and daughter.
Gina is a graduate of Saint Anselm College with more than 30 years experience as a registered nurse. Gina enjoys family gatherings at the beach, bike riding and Barre dance classes at her local YMCA. She lives in Danvers with her husband and 3 children.
Caroline joins the Nichols Village team with a passion for cultivating life-lasting friendships. Her drive and ambition are motivated by seeing the smiles and laughter beaming from the residents. When Caroline's not coming up with new and exciting things to do at Nichols Village, she's at home in Haverhill with her cat, Mush, or in a musical somewhere. If she has any spare time left, it's spent with her two favorite (and only) nieces.