Get To Know Our Partners: Katie Broadright
Meet the Beulah Park Living Team
Let us introduce you to Katie Broadright, Director of Sales and Marketing at Danbury Grove City.
We are thankful to have Katie, a Southern Girl with a heart of gold, leading the Sales and Marketing efforts for Danbury Senior Living Grove City within our Beulah Park Community. Katie’s passion, experience and depth of knowledge when it comes to senior living is unparalleled. Her ability to connect with grace and kindness makes her such an asset. From day one, Katie saw the mission and vision of Beulah Park Living as “BRINGING BACK THE NEIGHBORHOOD.” We are thankful for her contribution to doing just that.
Tell us about your role in the Beulah Park re-development. I am the Director of Sales and Marketing for Danbury Senior Living Grove City. Our community provides independent living, assisted living and memory care options for seniors in the Grove City area, allowing them to maintain their independence by offering socialization and support in a caring environment. I love the Danbury communities and have been with them since our first community opened in 2012. Before moving to Ohio, I was a NC Realtor for Century 21. My husband and I live in Westerville and have 3 children, all who have worked or volunteered in our communities. I love the senior living environment. The most important job I have is reminding our residents that they still have a purpose, and they are valued. I truly believe the Danbury communities are the best in senior living and I am excited to bring more people into the Danbury family in Grove City.
What does the redevelopment of Beulah Park mean to you? I have absolutely loved getting to know the people of Grove City. From those I met at the Farmer’s Market, the Chamber of Commerce, the Senior Center, and the downtown merchants to the sweet people who have reached out to learn about Danbury, everyone is so incredibly nice! Grove City is a little place with a BIG heart.
Where have you found inspiration? Because I primarily work with the senior population, many have personal stories to share about their experiences at Beulah Park. One gentleman walked horses when he was 15, another’s daughter sang the National Anthem before the races, and another’s grandfather was the first to walk through the gates when Beulah Park opened. Beulah Park has come alive for me through these stories. Beulah Park is not just a “place.” It is a tapestry of the memories born here. I am proud to be a part of the team that is honoring that legacy.
What has been the biggest challenges? Construction delays.
Looking to the future of Beulah Park, what gets you most excited? I am excited that Beulah Park is BRINGING BACK THE NEIGHBORHOOD! Beulah Park is about bringing people together. The walking trails, the incredible park, and living options for people of all ages create a friendly environment where people can get to know their neighbors. I already see people sitting on their front porches, waving to those walking by and welcoming those new to the neighborhood. It’s going to be so much fun to watch Beulah Park grow and evolve into an active, caring community. We are going to make Andy Griffith proud!
- Favorite part of Grove City: The people.
- Favorite architectural style: Classic Southern Charm, with a big front porch and a back sunroom.
- Your escape: Hallmark movies or reading a good book on the beach.
- Your roots: I’m a Southern girl from North Carolina. I love sweet tea and southern hospitality.
- Motto you live by: “Love conquers all.” There are very few situations that cannot be remedied with love and kindness.
You can connect with Katie and the Grove City Danbury Team by calling: 614-506-6501Want to connect with Katie, schedule a tour or learn more? Click here.