Sasha Guillaume is native to Port Chester, NY, speaks two languages, and is conversant in a third, a result of living and studying in several countries. Sasha is graduated from the Syracuse University School of Architecture, with a Bachelor of Science and a Minor in Marketing. Sasha worked as an architect and project manager at large named design studios and smaller niche design firms. In 2003, Sasha also began working with his mother to transition Mrs. G’s Services, LLC, a staffing agency founded by his mother, to a licensed home care agency. As a result, of his successful stewardship of Mrs. G’s Services, LLC, Sasha Guillaume was recognized and named to the 2012 Class of 40-Under-40 by the Westchester Business Council. That year, Sasha was also elected to the Board of Directors for the Westchester Coalition for the Hungry and Homeless. Sasha has been involved in the start and has encouraged others to start their own businesses. His ventures in the health care industry include Cooperating Partners, LLC d/b/a/ Home Care IPA, LLC; Med-Care Partners, LLC which manages Webster Urgent Care P.C. d/b/a AFC Urgent Care – Webster Ave.; Principle Homecare, LLC; Direct Care Carrier, LLC; Home-Med Learning Center, LLC; and Ancillary Business Solutions, LLC. Sasha Guillaume keeps working toward his goal of creating an ecosystem, of healthcare providers, focused on serving the healthcare needs of the underserved residents of the most economically depressed areas of New York State. This has driven Sasha to establish and/or partner with individuals and organizations that share a similar vision of service. Only in collaboration can we deliver positive outcomes and improve the quality of care, along the continuum, for our patients.