Brunner shows her hands of compassion

By Jesse Kopp '11, '12
Published Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012


Olga Brunner '05 spent 30 years in the health industry before coming to Lynn University and receiving her Master of Science degree in gerontology.


Olga owns Good Daughter, an elder care management group, and holds affiliations with the Florida and National Professional Geriatric Care Management Association.  She is also certified by the National Academy of Certified Care Managers. 


Olga shows her compassion through her work.  It takes a very special person to be able to take care of these patients on a daily basis.  She not only owns the company, but she rolls up her sleeves and gets to work. She always does this with a smile, which really personifies the true spirit of giving back. 


Good Daughter was featured on PBS Nightly Business Report during the segment “Careers for the Next Decade for Patient Advocates.”  This was a great honor for a woman who works so hard. 


She is in charge of a dementia support group for family caregivers; she also supports various other care-giving organizations for cancer and Alzheimer’s patients.  Olga truly represents the spirit of giving back that is so very important to the Lynn University mission.  It is always inspiring to see alumni living the university’s mission.