Pickett Named Nutrition Program Manager For Old Colony Elder Services

Filed Under: Health Care, Non Profit News

Kori Pickett, a resident of Plymouth, has been promoted to Nutrition Program Manager at Old Colony Elder Services (OCES), the nonprofit agency serving older adults and individuals with disabilities throughout Plymouth County and surrounding towns.

Kori PickettPickett joined OCES in 2015 as an Adult Family Care (AFC) Case Manager and was promoted quickly within the agency. Most recently she held the position of AFC Intake and Assessment Supervisor where she oversaw the RNs and Case Managers completing intakes for the AFC program and played an integral role in the program’s outreach and growth.

As OCES’ Nutrition Program Manager, Pickett will optimize nutrition program operations, ensuring the quality and integrity of the nutrition program as well as its regulatory compliance. She will also participate in the recruitment, training and evaluation of nutrition program staff.

Additionally, Pickett will continue to focus on expansion of diverse home delivered meals, community dining meal sites and nutrition program outreach to LGTBQ+ older adults in OCES’ service area.

Pickett holds a bachelor of science degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology from Endicott College in Beverly.