To support our mission, vision and values, a Montereau leadership committee developed the VIP Service Program (Values in Practice). These principles commit us to providing a quality experience in every aspect of community life, guided by a service-first attitude. We consider our customers to be anyone who walks through our doors — residents, their families, visitors and employees. And we go the extra mile to meet the needs of each individual.
Meet the people who make Montereau Tulsa’s most innovative and exceptional retirement choice.
John-Kelly C. Warren, Chairman
CEO of The William K. Warren Foundation and Chairman of the Board of Saint Francis Health System
Thomas E. Cooper, Vice Chair
President, William K. Warren Foundation
President and Chief Executive Officer, LIFE Senior Services
President, Tulco Oils
Bart A. Rider, D.O.
Medical Director, Saint Francis Hospice
President, Mabry Bank
Attorney, Hall Estill
Vice Chair, BancFirst
Cliff Robertson, M.D., M.B.A
President & Chief Executive Officer, Saint Francis Health System
Scott is a deeply passionate senior living and hospitality executive that looks for innovative platforms and programming to delight his residents. Scott is a servant leader. He believes in living a life of service and purpose. Service has to benefit another. He feels his purpose in life is to ensure people (especially seniors) know they are loved, valued and that they are hugely important. Ultimately, great leadership is great fellowship. He sees senior living as a wonderful platform to fulfill this mission.
Return on Experience (ROE) needs to be the cornerstone of success within the senior living world. Happy residents who see multiple points of value in their residency is a must.
Edutainment is at the forefront of all we do at Montereau. We delight through educating and entertaining our resident family with continuous growth in all aspects of life. Social, intellectual, physical and spiritual in a bespoke setting.
Scott’s desire is to serve and grow others through professional mentorship as well as sharing his 25 years of hospitality and senior living experiences with learners in business and in life, dovetailed with providing leadership development at Montereau.
His goal is to make Montereau known as an industry innovator that cultivates engaging lifestyles, while inspiring personal growth, autonomy and independence, healthy aging and a sense of purpose for residents and beyond.
Tammy Brown joined the Montereau team in 2013 as the Quality Assurance Performance Improvement Nurse, and has 36 years of experience in management and direct patient care. She was promoted to Health Center Assistant Administrator in 2015 shortly after attending Administrator University and becoming licensed as a Nursing Home Administrator. She took over as Health Center Administrator in early 2016. Tammy’s career includes 12 years as a helicopter flight nurse, six years as Vice-President and Chief Nursing Officer at SouthCrest Hospital and five years at Saint Francis Hospital South as Manager for the Medical/Surgical and Intensive Care Departments and as a Performance Improvement Coordinator. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Oklahoma and Master of Business Administration from Oklahoma City University. Tammy is a board member for both the LeadingAge Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, as well as a 2016 Leading Age Larry Minnix Leadership Academy Fellow. In 2018, she became a Certified Professional in Aging Services Risk Management.
Saunya Moore joined the Montereau team in 2020 and brings more than two decades of extensive financial and operational knowledge to Montereau. Saunya is a Certified Public Accountant who holds a Master of Business Administration (Health Care Emphasis) and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Oklahoma State University. She holds a deep commitment to the Tulsa community and volunteers her time accordingly. Currently, she serves as a Board Member for Youth Services of Tulsa, as well as a member of several other committees, including MyHealth and the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce OneVoice Task Force in Healthcare and Human Resources.
Jessica became a member of the Montereau team in 2001 when the campus was still under construction. She served as a retirement counselor and residential coordinator prior to being promoted to her current position. A native of Liberty, Missouri, Jessica earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration from William Jewell College. Jessica served as the 2009-2010 Chapter President of Executive Women International Tulsa Chapter. She is a 2012 LeadingAge Leadership Academy Fellow.
Laura joined the Montereau team in 2003, shortly before it opened its doors. She had the opportunity to get to know Montereau’s very first residents as she worked in the Activities & Wellness Department during her first year. In 2004, she was promoted to Human Resources, and took over the role of Human Resources Director in 2016. Laura is a lifelong Oklahoman, growing up in Broken Arrow. She attended the University of Oklahoma where she received a Bachelor of Arts with Distinction, and is a Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP). She is also a member of the Tulsa Area Human Resources Association. Laura enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons as well as attending University of Oklahoma football games.
Jamie is one of the longest-serving members of the Montereau team. She came to Montereau in 2000 from Townsend Marketing, Inc., a company she co-founded in 1984. She is a third-generation native Tulsan and a graduate of the University of Tulsa. She has more than 30 years of sales experience and has long been active in the Tulsa community. Currently, Jamie is a board member of the Golden Hurricane Club, a member of the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce, the Association for Women in Communications and the Advisory Council for RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program).
Montereau welcomed Kristen to the Leadership Team in 2014. She is a lifelong Tulsan who graduated from the University of Tulsa with a degree in Business Administration. She was previously the Distinguished Events Specialist for the American Cancer Society in Tulsa. During a 10-year career with the Cancer Society, her responsibilities ranged from fundraising, to communications, to events planning and execution. A former jazzercise instructor, Kristen’s volunteer efforts include being a founding member of the College Bound Academy Charter School in East Tulsa, and leadership roles with Chi Omega Alumnae.
Alexis received her Master’s in Nursing Administration from Oklahoma Wesleyan University and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Rogers State University. Through additional graduate level education, Alexis is currently working toward becoming a Nurse Practitioner. She has 10 years of clinical nursing and leadership experience and most recently worked as the Director of Clinical Services at several local senior living communities for Diakonos Group. Alexis is passionate about hands on work, continuous learning, and servant leadership.
Hannah joined the Montereau team in 2007. She worked as a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) and Certified Medication Aide (CMA) in the Chateau. In January 2014, she transferred to the Home Health department as the scheduler and was promoted to the Home Health manager in December 2014. Hannah received her Home Care Administrator’s license in June 2016. She was born and raised in Oklahoma and is a wife and mother of 3. She is a proud member of the Oklahoma Partnership for Home Care Association, and a volunteer for Make A Wish Oklahoma and the Alzheimer’s Association.
Tadd Weese joined the Montereau team in 2021 as the Director of Plant Operations. His background includes over twenty years of leadership experience in construction management with thirteen of those years in the senior living field. Tadd is a graduate of Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, OK, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. He is a licensed Nursing Home Administrator in Oklahoma as well as an alumnus of the Leading Age Leadership Academy. Tadd serves the community by volunteering his time to several worthwhile organizations including Clare house where he sits on their Operations Committee, as well as at John 3:16 serving evening meals to their clients.
Paul’s background in leadership and hospitality makes him an ideal fit for his new role. He was introduced to the hospitality industry at age fourteen when he worked for a neighbor’s restaurant in Oklahoma City, and his passion was born! Following graduation, he attended the University of Oklahoma while continuing his work in the industry, which eventually evolved into a lifelong career. His extensive professional background includes food and dining management in upscale hotels and exclusive country clubs that has sharpened his understanding of top-tier customer service. He comes to us from the Renaissance Waterford Hotel in Oklahoma City where he served as Food and Beverage Director at the Four-Diamond property. His goal is to bring five-star service and an outstanding food selection to all dining venues at Montereau while emphasizing white-glove service to all customers. His leadership style will ensure every team member feels valued and respected; he believes every job and every person play an important role in an overall successful process.