Celebrating Women's History Month

March 8, 2022

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we recognize the contributions of the bold and game-changing women in our organization and communities. Over 80% of the Enlivant workforce is made up of women, and we are so lucky to have so many talented, dedicated, and inspiring women encouraging our teams and helping our residents thrive.

Four of our women leaders are sharing their advice, favorite empowering songs, and their favorite women-led or focused charitable organizations. To show our support for our employees and the causes they believe in, Enlivant is donating $1,000 in their honor to each one of their chosen organizations.

Trinika McClure - Divisional Vice President of Care Services, West

Even before she started at Enlivant, Trinika remembers thinking, “This company is different.” Inspired by what she heard and read about the culture, she joined the Enlivant team as a Regional Care Specialist in Oklahoma. Over the years, she’s become a Divisional Vice President, where she can influence the culture throughout her division.

In her free time, she enjoys relaxing, playing games, and watching movies with her family.

What did you want to be when you were younger and who inspired you? 

When I was younger, I was not sure what I ultimately wanted to be. By the time I graduated, I wanted to be a lawyer. That desire quickly changed once I enrolled in my first semester of college. I looked at the degree program and immediately had a change of heart! I am so grateful because I know that nursing was the right career for me!

I was inspired by both my grand and my great grandparents. They encouraged me to first be a good person and impressed upon me that the way I treated others was just as important as the way I was treated. 

They were very special people and I miss them a lot.

As a leader, what is one piece of advice a mentor gave you, and what was the impact on your development?

One piece of advice that I was given by a mentor was that every journey starts with one step.  I know it sounds cliché but that was very valuable advice.  You cannot get to where you want to go if you never move. 

What woman-led or focused organization have you chosen for Enlivant to donate to and why? 

I have chosen Suited for Success.  This organization offers clothing, job training and other career development opportunities to low-income women. I chose this organization because I have been in the shoes of these women. 

 I know what it feels like to seek employment with one nice outfit to wear. I remember being excited to receive a job offer then immediately fearful that I did not have enough nice clothes to wear to work past day one. The good thing about this organization is that clothing is only one part of the work that they do to empower women. They also offer job training and career development.  

What song(s) empower you? 

“Survivor” by Destiny’s Child.



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Taylor Rogers – Regional Director of Operations for the North Texas Region

As a Regional Director of Operations, Taylor is thankful to be part of an industry that serves our most vulnerable. After a negative personal experience with moving a loved one into senior living, her professional mission is to make sure that no family experiences with her family went through.

When she’s not disrupting the senior living space, Taylor enjoys spending quality time with her husband and two dogs, Chico and Lefty. In the fall, you can find them at home enjoying a weekend full of college football and BBQ.

What did you want to be when you were younger and who inspired you?

My mom and grandmother! They were both incredible businesswoman and had long-term careers. My grandmother and grandpa owned their own business that they started from the ground up. My mom was an executive leader in the medical sales industry and was able to overcome a lot of the stigmas related to women in the workplace. She has since retired but I’m incredibly proud of all that she accomplished. I had the opportunity to watch them both manage work and home life, and I knew that I wanted to follow in their footsteps.

As a leader, what is one piece of advice a mentor gave you, and what was the impact on your development?

I’d say the most impactful piece of advice I’ve received was that you are who you choose to surround yourself with. Unfortunately, we live in a world where other people have easy access to have a negative impact on you and the way that you feel about yourself. I was encouraged to listen to and absorb feedback on all fronts but to really hone in on WHO that feedback was coming from. You are going to come across a lot of people that don’t want you to succeed in your career and it’s important that you’re able to identify them from those that are there to help you thrive. I was always encouraged to find the people that were going to make me better! And my mentor always said if you’re the smartest person in the room you’re in the wrong room.

What woman-led or focused organization have you chosen for Enlivant to donate to and why?

Texas Women’s Foundation! It’s an organization focused on helping women not just survive but thrive.

What song(s) empower you?

“Run the World” by Beyoncé and “Brave” by Sara Bareilles.



Stacey Snyder Murray - Vice President of Marketing

Stacey joined Enlivant as the Vice President of Marketing because of her passion for serving others. With her background in marketing & hospitality, she felt the senior living industry would allow her to focus on both. She is deeply driven by Enlivant’s mission and culture.

In her spare time, she loves to travel and spend time with her husband and their three children. Her pandemic hobby of learning the piano has quickly become a favorite pastime, and she also loves to unwind with a good bottle of wine and a boy band jam session.

As a leader, what is one piece of advice a mentor gave you, and what was the impact on your development?

Perspective is everything. Make sure to understand others’ around you before you make a decision or take action. This advice has made me a more empathetic leader and helped me focus on building relationships that fuel collaborative results.

What woman-led or focused organization have you chosen for Enlivant to donate to and why? 

I have chosen the Special Olympics. Founded by trailblazer Eunice Kennedy in the 1960s, this organization allows people with intellectual disabilities to find joy, confidence, and fulfillment not only on the playing field but in life through the power of sports.

The Special Olympics strives to unleash leadership potential in people of all abilities and is stewarded by a global leadership team of 14 members of which 8 are women. 

What song(s) empower you?

“This is Me” by Keala Settle from the Greatest Showman; “Don’t Worry About a Thing” by Bob Marley; “Juice” by Lizzo; “Up&Up” by Coldplay.



Greta Green - Community Relations Manager at Lucas Place

After 5 years as Activity Director at Lucas Place, Greta was promoted to Community Relations Manager and has dedicated herself to leading by example. She’s a big believer in being open and sharing, so she can help her team grow both personally and professionally – and always having a little faith.

In her spare time, Greta is devoted to ministry at and serves as a director of the music department and captain of her Fellowship and Special Events Team at her church.

What did you want to be when you were younger and who inspired you? 

All I ever wanted to do is serve people and I thought that the only way to do that was through my church when I was younger. When my grandmother turned 92 and needed more hands on care, I rearranged my schedule and told her I would be there every morning to help her. 

I took care of her for two years and let her know that everything she did for me, it was my turn to take care of her. She inspired me to lead with compassion.

My mother always took people into our home, whether it was friends or family. I learned from my mother how to love and support people. Both women influence how I do my job now and serve our seniors. It’s more than a job for me, it is truly being able to impact the world one senior at a time.

As a leader, what is one piece of advice a mentor gave you, and what was the impact on your development?

Always operate with integrity. If you tell someone you're going to do something, get it done. My brother originally said that to me as a child and I didn’t understand it at the time. As an adult, it was my pastor who said that to me. You have to keep your word, if it hurts you to keep it, you should have never said it. I think that advice impacts my leadership because my team trusts me. When people trust you, they open up to you, when they open up to you – you have the potential to change their lives. When people trust you, you can trust them too. You’ll be able to operate as a team to reach your shared goals and feel good about it.

What woman-led or focused organization have you chosen for Enlivant to donate to and why? 

Women of Honor and Destiny, Inc. So many women end up being in positions where they can’t get a job because of mistakes they have made in the past. 12,508 women are incarnated in Texas’s state correction system and this organization helps to support these women with housing, food, and opportunities to get back on their feet and promotes their well-being despite the lack of support they receive from society.

 What song(s) empower you?

“This is How I Fight My Battles” by Michael Douglas Smith