Meet Our Team

Brian Kallio
Skilled Nursing Administrator

Brian Kallio is the skilled nursing administrator at The Reutlinger Community and has worked in the senior services industry for nearly three decades, gaining invaluable experience in regulatory compliance, fiscal management, and leadership. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Administration from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and received his Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certificate while attending college. At The Reutlinger Community, Brian oversees the nursing, admissions, activities and social service departments and plays a major role in personnel development and quality assurance. He is passionate about helping people realize the benefits of great teamwork, communication, and customer service. Outside of work, Brian enjoys traveling, biking, volunteering at his church and spending quality time with his family.

Beth Kyman, Philanthropy Director

Beth Kyman
Philanthropy Director

Beth Kyman has been working in the philanthropic arena for 35 years, gaining experience at The Anti-Defamation League, American Friends of the Hebrew University, Israel Tennis and Education Centers and The Jewish Agency for Israel.  As director of philanthropy for The Reutlinger Community, she is dedicated to the well-being and care of the residents, especially Survivors of the Holocaust. She also coordinates and supervises any security issues at The Reutlinger Community. In addition to her career, Beth is dedicated to her family, Israel, the Jewish community, and the ballet.

Naheed Asalati, Executive Assistant

Naheed Asalati
Residential Living Advisor

Naheed Asalati is a residential living advisor at The Reutlinger Community. She has been with community for over four years, serving as the executive administrative assistant to the CEO, business office supervisor and assisting with marketing and admissions. In addition to her primary role, Naheed is part of the senior management team that works collaboratively with all Reutlinger Community departments. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis on marketing, management and public relations from Cal State East Bay. She is extremely committed to the residents and families of TRC and enjoys getting to know each one of them individually. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, their three children and extended family. She also enjoys cooking, volunteering and the outdoor sports that her active children participate in.

Sonia Gonzales, Director Dining Services

Sonia Gonzalez
Dining Services Director

Sonia Gonzalez is the director of dining services at the Reutlinger Community and loves helping people with all their food and nutritional needs. She has spent most of her career in the food industry, gaining valuable experience in areas such as food safety, sanitation and the newest trends in food and nutrition. While visiting residents and making sure they enjoy their meal is her primary function by day, Sonia also enjoys spending time with her family when not at The Reutlinger Community.

Art Martinez, Maintenance Director

Art Martinez
Maintenance Director

Arthur “Art” Martinez is the environmental director for The Reutlinger Community. A team member of the community for the last 18 years, Art started in the maintenance department, bringing with him over 22 years of prior experience in the maintenance, building and disassembling of multi-million dollar equipment. In addition to his dedication to the safety and operations of the community, he truly enjoys listening to the residents’ stories.  When not at work, Art enjoys tinkering in the garage, fishing and golfing.

Caroline Allen, MSW, Assisted Living Social Worker

Caroline Allen, MSW
Assisted Living Social Worker

Caroline Allen, MSW, LCSW is the director of social services at The Reutlinger Community. Having worked in senior living and services for over 30 years, she has a wealth of experience in social work, counseling, case management and EOL care, working with individuals, their families and care partners in the healthcare industry. Caroline’s specialty is assisting residents and their loved ones as they move through the many role changes and sensitive transitions that occur as they navigate their way through daily life at The Reutlinger Community. She is passionate about senior care and promoting opportunities for creating meaning and joy in the lives of residents. Caroline would say she is rich in family and enjoys spending time with her children and grandchildren, an assortment of dogs, a cat and a parrot. She also loves hiking, cooking, meditation, exercise and going to the beach.

Kim Chau-Pilapil, Business Office Manager

Kim Chua-Pilapil
Business Office Manager

Kim Chua-Pilapil is the Business Office Manager at The Reutlinger Community. Kim started her career in Senior Living in 2013 as a Caregiver. She has also worked as a Med Tech and Wellness Manager. With a degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing and some classes in accounting, Kim transitioned to the Business Office in 2017. As the Business Office Manager, she oversees the
Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable of the community. She finds this work very challenging and rewarding. Kim describes herself as a homebody when she’s not at work. She enjoys quiet time with her husband and her dog, Maverick.

Christina Balboni, Skilled Nursing Social Worker

Christina Balboni, LCSW
Skilled Nursing Social Worker

Christina Balboni is the licensed clinical social worker in the skilled nursing unit at The Reutlinger Community. An integral part of the staff, she plays a major role with the interdisciplinary team and is a passionate advocate in her support of residents in their discharge planning and biopsychosocial needs. As a seasoned social worker in the geriatric field, she is committed to supporting the highest quality of life for older adults. When not serving the residents of The Reutlinger Community, she is also the sole proprietor of a private psychotherapy practice and the mother of two adult children. Christina’s Italian heritage and green thumb shine through in her cooking and baking, which she enjoys sharing with the staff and residents.

Rabbi Jerry Levy

Jerry Levy
Interim Rabbi

After 51 years as a rabbi serving congregations in Richmond, Virginia and San Diego, San Jose, Los Gatos, Gilroy, Ojai in California, Rabbi Levy settled in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he has officiated at weddings and funerals for the last 40 years. In addition to his role as a spiritual leader in the Jewish community, he is a teacher, photographer and a voice for those unaffiliated but seeking a Jewish presence in their life events. He has life-long interest in photography as an art form. He has a grown daughter and family in Australia, and a son and family in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Pamela Mortensen, Life Enrichment Director

Pamela Mortensen
Life Enrichment Director

Pamela Mortensen is the Life Enrichment Director at The Reutlinger Community. She has over 15 years of experience working in skilled nursing, subacute, and assisted living facilities. Pamela created and taught a variety of fitness classes, including senior workouts. She enjoys helping others by improving their quality of life through social interaction. She brings a variety of programs that promote having fun and living life to the fullest. When she is not working, she can be found treasure hunting at antique stores and estate sales. She enjoys volunteering in her spiritual community and spending time with her family.

Patrick Leung, Move-In Coordinator

Patrick Leung
Move-In Coordinator

Patrick Leung is the Move-In Coordinator at the Reutlinger Community. Having worked in Senior Care for three years and counting, he has found immense fulfillment in serving the day-to-day needs of residents and their families and friends. His favorite aspect of his role is being able to greet all members of the Community with a smile and a friendly wave as he walks around. Patrick grew up in the surrounding area of Danville, California, and considers it a happy coincidence that life has brought him back to where he grew up. In his free time, Patrick enjoys eating out, going for walks, and driving his family around.