Hope Lovell is the CEO of LoveJoy Rehabilitation Centers, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting individuals with special needs through residential care, rehabilitation, and training around community integration. Since co-founding the organization in 2007, she has expanded the organization’s programs to include an ex-offender mentoring program that serves 3 counties, and over 50 beds providing assisted living, intensive residential care, and independent living apartments located between Detroit, MI and Lansing, MI. Additionally, she has led the organization in ascertaining its CARF (Commission on Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities). In 2010, Mrs. Lovell started a Medicare-certified adult day program and outpatient clinic serving older adults and individuals with disabilities. This company known as Grand Mere’s Adult Day Club is located in Lansing, MI. It is Grand Mere’s mission to give our members and their families an improved quality of life by offering opportunities for socialization and health services under one roof. She gives back to her community through her involvement in her local church, Tabernacle of David, her involvement in Women in Action WIN, and Jack and Jill. Mrs. Lovell received her Bachelors’ in Finance from MSU and her Masters’ in Public Health from the University of Michigan. For fun, the Lovell’s enjoy golfing, traveling, and boating in the beautiful lakes of Michigan.