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The Belle Glade Sun 6/16/2016:

Alzheimer’s Community Care Names Vice President of HR

Alzheimer’s Community Care has named Malaika C. Barlow as its new Vice President of Human Resources. Barlow brings more than 10 years of Human Resources experience to her role in providing strategic vision and leadership of quality and innovative consumer-driven human resources services and programs to support organizational goals, including a healthy and positive work environment for all Alzheimer’s Community Care employees and volunteers.

Prior to joining Alzheimer’s Community Care, Barlow worked as the Director of Human Resources for two home health agencies and served as Vice President of Human Resources at a local nonprofit.

Barlow began her career as an attorney in Washington, D.C., working at two law firms — McKenna & Cuneo LLP and Seyfarth, Shaw LLP. At both firms, she practiced employment law. In May of 2000, Malaika moved to South Florida to accept a position within the law department of Ocwen Federal Bank in West Palm Beach. When she found her interests aligned more with assisting employers in maximizing their most valuable asset – their employees – Malaika retired from the practice of law.

Originally from the Eastern Shore of Virginia, Barlow remains a member of the Virginia Bar. She graduated from Georgetown University with a Bachelor of Arts, obtained a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the Law School at the College of William & Mary, and completed Villanova University’s Masters Certificate program in Human Resource Management.

About Alzheimer’s Community Care

Celebrating 20 years of service, Alzheimer’s Community Care is the largest provider of community-based, dementia-specific services in Florida. The organization serves 4,500 individuals in Palm Beach, Martin and St. Lucie Counties, with a team of professionals skilled and trained in dementia-specific care and education. In addition to 10 Specialized Adult Day Service Centers, the organization offers Family Nurse Consultants, a 24-hour Alzheimer’s Crisis Line, Support Groups, Case Management, Education, Training, and Advocacy.

For more information, please call (561) 683-2700 or visit www.alzcare.org.