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Knyvett Lee
954-720-2485 ext. 214

Knyvett Lee is the Founder and CEO of MonarchCare, a not-for-profit social service agency serving the South Florida community.  Knyvett has been a professional guardian since 1989.  Over a span of more than three decades, Knyvett and/or the agency has served more than 1,500 clients in the capacity as guardian, trustee, care manager or daily money manager.

Knyvett is a vocal advocate for better quality professional guardianship. In 2003, she formed the Florida Guardianship Foundation with other key leaders in the guardianship community. 

She served on Governor Bush’s Guardianship Task Force in 2004 and subsequently assisted the National Guardianship Foundation in the creation of the Florida Guardian Competency exam in 2005. She has trained more than one thousand professional and family guardians since 1993.

She is happily married to Bruce Superman and lives in Fort Lauderdale with their Labrador retrievers, Molly and Pepper.  She is a gourmet cook, loves gardening, yoga and tennis, when she finds the time.

Candy Cohn
Past President

Candy Cohn is the owner of Oasis Senior Advisors South Florida, which provides a FREE service offering expertise to guide seniors and their families through the maze of senior living options. Candy has been in healthcare marketing most of her adult life, and is passionate about helping seniors. Originally from Philadelphia, Candy moved to South Florida in 1985. Besides serving as past president of ESRN, Candy is also on the Advisory Board of the South Florida Arthritis Foundation and is active in the Partnership for Aging, Boca Chamber of Commerce Health Council, and the Broward and Boca Walks to End Alzheimer's.

Sharon Rose
Vice President - Programming

A Social Gerontologist with a Master’s degree in Gerontology, Sharon looks at aging from a societal perspective and within intergenerational communities.  She is committed to implementing programs for increasing the quality of the lives of the 60+ population so they can to be productive, positive and purposeful.  She creates and promotes activities for aging well that include motivational events and moderating discussions.  Her focus is on age-friendly communities, aging-in-place, aging-well lifestyles and intergenerational programs that strengthen community relationships.  Initiating and developing innovative programs, guest speaking, moderating education/social meetings, and posting on various social media platforms are key strategic ways utilized by Sharon to reach the 60+ community.


Suzy Grossman
Vice President - Membership

Jeanine Bahmani
Vice President - Community Affairs

Jeanine Bahmani has 22 years of healthcare sales and senior housing sales consisting of a combination of home health, private duty, hospice, senior assist devices, independent living, assisted living and skilled nursing.  Originally a native of Kansas City, Jeanine relocated to south Florida 3 years ago to be close to family and continued her healthcare sales career here. Jeanine came to the Florida market with a list of successful accomplishments, strength in leadership and networking and a proven determination for teamwork. Jeanine is married and has four adult children, three grandchildren and her golden retriever, Sonny Boy.  In her spare time, she enjoys playing with her grandchildren, going to the beach and cooking.

Dyan Chaney

Dyan Chaney, Doctor of Physical Therapy, owns Home Health Boutique, concierge home health practice.

Dr. Chaney received a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Sport Science from University of Florida, a Master’s in Physical Therapy from NSU, and a Doctorate from University of Tennessee.  Dyan holds a certification in Pilates for rehabilitation practitioners and is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.

Dyan’s interest in movement began at age 2 when she started ballet and instructing fitness classes at 13.   Her first physical therapy position was managing the inpatient rehab department at Cleveland Clinic.  She founded Get To The Core, an outpatient physical therapy practice, and provided therapy for dancers in traveling Broadway productions.  After having her daughter, Dyan transitioned to home care.

Dyan enjoys her sweet Doberman, cooking, playing piano, yoga, and traveling.


Ankur Kapoor

For Ankur being a part of Interim HealthCare is a "purpose" before a business. The purpose is to assist children / family members who are torn between assisting aging parents/grandparents while taking care of their own children and lives be it in south Florida or anywhere else in the world. We want to be considered as the bonus children of the families that we serve. We understand from personal experience that it is not easy for children or grandchildren to relocate to South Florida to assist aging parents and grandparents. Ankur and his wife Shweta had relocated half way around the world in 2008 to help his mother who was battling cancer.  When his mom was declared cancer free 5 years later, he decided to relocate back to the US and to South Florida to start the local Interim HealthCare office.

Ankur has a Bachelors in Computer Engineering from University of Texas at El Paso in Texas, a Masters in Telecommunications from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX and an MBA in Finance and Strategy from the University of Texas at Austin in Texas.


Heidi Friedman