PHOENIX – Assisted Living Locators Founder & CEO, Angela Olea was named one of “The Most Influential Women in Arizona Business for 2019” by AZ Business Magazine. Olea and the other honorees will be recognized at an awards banquet in August and will be featured in the July/August issue of AZ Business Magazine.
“The Most Influential Women in Arizona Business” award recognizes women leaders who demonstrate professional excellence, innovation, and community impact. The entire list of the 2019 class can be found here.
“It’s an honor to be included alongside so many amazing women that are shaping Arizona Franchise Business,” said Olea. “I’m proud that through my company, I help seniors and their families find the right care option and peace of mind.”
Olea is a highly passionate and accomplished business leader in the senior care industry. She is also a visionary, founding the nation’s first Senior Care Franchise Opportunity. A registered nurse, Olea initially launched Assisted Living Locators in response to seeing aging patients have unnecessary hospital readmissions and a lack of community support.
Today, as Assisted Living Locators CEO, she has built the company into a nationally acclaimed senior placement and referral agency, matchmaking seniors with caring providers for over a decade. With 110 franchise office locations in 34 states and the District of Columbia, Assisted Living Locators Homecare Franchise Opportunity is one of the largest organically grown senior placement and referral businesses in the U.S.
Assisted Living Locators offers a no cost, nationwide senior referral and placement service for in-home care, independent retirement options, assisted living communities and memory care. A top performing franchise organization, Assisted Living Locators is ranked in Entrepreneur’s 2019 Franchise 500®, Franchise Business Review’s 2019 Top Franchises Report and Franchise Dictionary’s Top 100 Game Changer Franchises.
Angela Olea is a visionary and accomplished business leader in the senior care industry. She is a respected authority on franchising, elder care and senior placement, serving as a guest speaker at state and national aging conferences. In 2019, Angela received the honor of Top 50 Most Influential Women's in Arizona and the Visionary Award from Az Business Magazine.