Our management team is a mix of experienced and successful professionals who have acquired best practices in top tier organizations. Our experienced and visionary management team has implemented the industry’s best practices and quality assurance procedures to ensure the highest standard of services to our clients.
Gregory Brun, CEO & Co-Founder
Responsibilities: Strategy, Management, Organization, Finance.
Gregory has many years of experience working for international professional organizations such as PricewaterhouseCoopers and Accenture. He has developed deep expertise in many areas such as quality assurance, strategic management and financial consulting to top tier companies in numerous industries. His extensive work in the consulting of health care companies is felt every day at Unicity.
Gregory has served as board director of large condominium and co-op organizations in New Jersey and is actively involved in several charitable organizations.
Gregory holds graduate degrees in Accounting/Finance, International Policy and Commercial Diplomacy.
Parisa Salimi, Esq, Chief Operating Officer
Responsibilities: Compliance, legal matters.
Parisa serves as Chief Operating Officer at Unicity Eldercare. Her experience spans both the corporate and legal worlds. After rising through company ranks to become the Assistant Director of Telecom for an international telecommunications company, Parisa embarked on a legal career, and has worked at some of the country’s largest law firms, where she represented Fortune 500 companies in corporate transactional matters.
Parisa brings this wealth of experience to the healthcare arena, where she manages operations, legal compliance, and human resources.
Jela Maretic Sango, Director of Business Development
Responsibilities: Promoting the company brand, building relationships, and strengthening ties in the community.
Jela has 29 years of varied healthcare experience ranging from case management, clinical liaison for subacute and acute rehabilition facilities, and homecare business development. Her passion has always been with the geriatric population, patient advocacy and enriching the lives of seniors.
Jela is involved with and supports several charities, among them Alzheimer’s NJ, Philip’s fund, and Shelter our sisters.
Mark Albunia, Director of Finance & Administration
Responsibilities: Finance and Administration.
Mark has been working in Finance and Administration in the Healthcare Field for the past 15 years. He has worked for large organizations such as Hackensack University Medical Center and Quest Diagnostics. Mark Joined Unicity in 2011, after selling EZP, a successful company he founded and led for several years. Mark brings to Unicity his entrepreneurial energy along with an extensive background in Business Administration, Finance, Billing and Payroll.
Mark has attended Saint Peters College and Fairleigh Dickenson University. He is a strong supporter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
Carmen Dalton,RN, Director of Nursing, Homecare division
Responsibilities: Homecare, RNs, LPNs and Aides supervision, Quality Assurance.
Carmen has 22 years of nursing experience. She has worked in a hospital setting for 21 years, in the areas of medical-surgical, adult mental health, geriatric psychiatry and has also worked in various nursing homes as staff relief. She has extensive home care experience and has served as a CHHA/CNA educator during this timeframe.
Carmen is an alumni of both the Licensed Practiced Nursing Program in Jersey City and the Mountainside Hospital School of Nursing. She is Board Certified in the area of Medical Surgical by the American Nursing Credentialing Center. During her time as a nursing student, she was an Emergency Medical Technician for Nutley Volunteer Emergency Rescue Squad.
Carmen knew from a very young age that it was her calling to be a nurse. She prefers working with geriatrics and has found her place in homecare. Carmen supports various charitable organizations including Alzheimer’s Association, St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital and the American Cancer Society.
Linda Mac Donald, M.Ed, CSW, Director of Social Work, Certified Geriatric Care Manager
Responsibilities: Geriatric Care Management, Social Workers’ supervision, Client Assessments and Care Plans, Dementia activity planning, Dementia Training and Education, Caregiver Support Group Facilitator, Psychosocial Support and Client Advocacy.
Linda has spent about 20 years managing various Alzheimer’s/Dementia communities. Twelve years at Potomac homes, now Memory Care Living, a unique concept at the time of individual homes located in residential areas housing up to 15 residents. She managed three of their homes and then two end-stage care homes. She has also successfully worked in two other facilities in Bergen County as manager of their dementia communities.
Linda is a specialist when it comes to activities for seniors at home or in facilities. She has actually been instrumental in designing and implementing several successful activity programs for the various stages of Dementia around NJ. She particularly enjoys leading stimulating discussion groups with seniors at home or in facilities.
Before working in the field of geriatrics, Linda worked as a manager of a group home for ARC of Bergen /Passaic County and as a manager of two group homes for SERV serving the mentally ill population.
Linda also runs a monthly senior program at her church and has volunteered at Preakness, doing activities with their Alzheimer community.
She holds a Master’s Degree in Institutional Counseling as well as a certification in Social Work. She also holds her Assisted Living Administrator’s License.
Randi Rubin, C-GCM, ALCP, CDP, CCSP, RN, Certified Geriatric Care Manager
Responsibilities: Full spectrum of Geriatric Care Management, Client Assessments and Care Plans, Dementia Training and Education, Individualized Cognitive Stimulation Activity Planning, Psychosocial Support, Client Advocacy and Full Range of Daily Life Overseeing and Intervention.
Randi Rubin is the Clinical Director of Unicity Eldercare’s Geriatric Care Management division. Randi is a Certified Geriatric Care Manager/Aging Life Care Professional as well as a Registered Nurse with a sub-speciality in Dementia. She has over twenty years in the field, having been a director of congregate geriatric home for those with dementia. She also has experience as Director of Nursing and Executive Director in Assisted Living facilities. Randi began her Unicity career as the Director of Nursing for the Homecare Division before transitioning to the Geriatric Care Management Division.
With her insider’s knowledge of homecare and facility care, diverse community contacts and years of experience, Randi is able to assist clients and their families in finding their best personal choices for their individual situations. “Guiding families through the maze of options and helping them navigate their senior years, is my passion.”
Randi Rubin is a Licensed Registered Nurse in New Jersey and New York. In addition she holds a degree in Psychology. She has also earned her certification in Geriatric Care Management, Aging Life Care Professional, and Cognitive Stimulation Specialist. She is a Certified Dementia Professional who has taught courses in the stages of dementia and the interactive and communication techniques to enhance the lives of the caregiver and care receiver.
Randi has received a Distinction from the Alzheimer’s Association in appreciation and recognition of her outstanding efforts on behalf of persons with Alzheimer’s disease.
Randi holds degrees from the American University and the University of the State of New York. She is licensed in both New Jersey and New York.