Margaret (Meg) Hogan currently serves as Chief Executive Officer at Boston Senior Home Care. Before joining the agency in 2017, Meg was Vice President of External Relations for Home Health Foundation, which included Home Health VNA, Merrimack Valley Hospice, and Home Care, Inc., one of the largest home care agencies in Massachusetts. In that role, Meg oversaw the development and implementation of strategic, agency-wide programs and initiatives that advanced and promoted patient care services.
Meg has served on the MA Health Policy Commission Advisory Council and as Board President and Board Treasurer for Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus.
Jon Stumpf serves as Chief Financial Officer of Boston Senior Home Care.
Before joining Boston Senior Home Care in 2017, Jon was the director and owner of Visiting Angels in North Reading, MA – a firm that specializes in providing non-medical home care for seniors so they may remain living independently in their homes. Jon has also worked closely with L’Arche Boston North, a community where those with disabilities may live independently. Before Visiting Angels, Jon served as Vice President of Finance for Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company of Boston, Inc., where he held direct accountability for business management, accounting, finance, risk management/loss control, treasury, and regulatory relations.
Jon is a CPA and received a B.A. in business administration from the University of Missouri, Columbia. He has been an active volunteer in community organizations and has served as Chairman of the Town of Andover Finance Committee and on the St. Augustine Church Finance Council, and St. Augustine School Finance Committee.
Alicia Gomez serves as Chief Operating Officer at Boston Senior Home Care, having joined the agency in 2017.
She has extensive experience as a leader and change agent in the healthcare industry. Alicia began her career as a case manager at Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley, and continued to pursue her career in healthcare at Lawrence General Hospital where she held several leadership roles that would assist the hospital in its pursuit of The Triple Aim goals. Alicia also served as the Director of Population Health Management at Connance, Inc. where she assisted in the design of a population health analytic tool identifying social determinants of health that negatively impact the health of patient populations.
Alicia’s strengths lie in her ability to identify and implement strategies for improvement and change within an organization. She maintains high professional standards for herself and for those she leads, and is committed to enabling organizations to succeed in the ever-changing healthcare industry.
Alicia is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) and holds an MSW from Salem State University and an MBA from Rivier University.
O. Winn Weekes
O. Winfield Weekes (Winn) serves as the Chief Human Resources Officer at Boston Senior Home Care. He brings to the position more than 20 years of human resources experience working in healthcare, professional services, and legal environments.
Before joining the agency in 2022, Winn served as the Director of Human Resources for the Counseling and Psychotherapy Center where he specialized in employee engagement, corporate policy and implementation, workforce planning, and benefits administration.
A former U.S. Naval officer and decorated veteran, Winn is a member of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America. He is also a member of the Society of Human Resources Managers and the Boston Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
Winn holds a B.A. from Colby College and a J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law.
Kenneth (Ken) Scheer serves as the Senior Director of Quality and Compliance for Boston Senior Home Care. He brings to the position 20 years of experience specializing in healthcare quality and compliance.
Before joining the agency in 2022, Ken served as Senior Consultant at the Edward P. Lawrence Center for Quality and Safety for Massachusetts General Hospital where he specialized in employee engagement, corporate policy and implementation, workforce planning, and benefits administration. Most recently, he worked with Boston Children’s Hospital as a Quality Improvement consultant in the Department of Psychiatry where he helped develop an education and monitoring system for a new suicide risk management protocol.
In addition, Ken has held several leadership positions in healthcare quality and compliance, including Director of Quality Improvement at the New England Quality Care Alliance (NEQCA) and Quality and Compliance Manager for the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) program at Cambridge Health Alliance.
Ken holds a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA in Healthcare Management from Boston University.