Community IT Specialist Zoë Reyes delights in bringing residents into the tech world by teaching them new skills and helping them troubleshoot their devices.
She is available five days a week for residents with on-the-spot support and tech classes on different topics. She also makes apartment visits to service printers and desktop computers.
“I want our residents to know that they can come to me with any question, be it big or small, and receive personalized time and attention,” she says. “Technology is its own language, and we are learning it together.”
An Edgehill team member since 2019, Zoë studied at Norwalk College and worked in various roles before she started her current job. She says she entered the senior living industry because she believed her patience and kindness could benefit the senior population.
“Technology is a subject that is consistently being reinvented, and oftentimes, our residents feel left behind in such a fast-paced world,” she says. “My job allows me to find the right pace and really focus on their specific needs as individuals.”
Zoë is a guitarist and musician, and when she is not working, she can be found in the recording studio working on an album and learning sound engineering.