Meet The Team 

We have assembled a uniquely remarkable team of senior-living professionals at Rittenhouse Village At Hoover. Each one has extended experience and education in their fields of service and bring with them a deep passion for assisting seniors to live happier, longer. We invite you to learn more about them below. Schedule a time to personally meet them. It would be their pleasure to discuss your needs and show you why Rittenhouse Village At Hoover is the right place for you to call home now and for years to come.

Executive Director - Elizabeth Milar 

After working 12 years as a Human Resources Director for an LTC facility, Elizabeth continues to work in senior living in various roles such as business office manager, sales and marketing, as well as resident services director before obtaining her license as an Alabama Assisted Living Category II Administrator. Elizabeth has spent the last four years as an Executive Director before joining the team at Rittenhouse Village At Hoover. 

Executive Chef - Antonio Hunter 

Antonio studied culinary arts at Lawson State Community College, where he won first place in a cooking competition and a merit award in a national competition. After graduation from college, Antonio joined the US Army as part of the Armed Forces Culinary Team. After ten years of services, he was
honorably discharged and is now recognized as a disabled veteran. Before joining the Hoover team Antonio wore a number of culinary hats including work as a pastry chef and a swing chef.

Director of Recreation and Events - Michael Montgomery

Michael was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, but resided in Montgomery, Alabama in order to pursue his dream as a Recreational Therapist at Alabama State University. After graduation, Michael decided to move back to Birmingham so that he could use his knowledge, skills, and abilities to help anyone achieve optimal wellness.  

Director of Health and Wellness - Casey Nini 

Casey believes that seniors should be honored and their families should be supported in creating an environment where those with cognitive difficulties can thrive. After working as a cardiac nurse at North Mississippi Medical Center, she decided to enter the field of long-term care nursing and feels that this is where her passion is. Casey is a native of Hamilton, Alabama and graduated from North West Shoals Community College.