Carol Butler’s dream to reach out to the senior community began almost ten years ago. Compassion and care are the cornerstones of Carol’s nature and it is through that commitment that The Senior Voice was born. Coupled with her deep sense of community involvement, her participation on local boards and volunteer committees, along with her immersion into the needs and interests of our seniors, it is Carol’s steady focus which guides our publication’s direction each and every issue.
When it comes to managing the operational details of The Senior Voice, Dot Walker is unparalleled in her ability to achieve results. Dot’s penchant for detail and organization make her a valued colleague and the absolute go-to source when it comes to taking challenging situations and finding that ideal means for crafting seamless solutions. Whether Dot is working to develop a proposal for a client with a limited budget or overseeing the functionality of what we do, her value to our publication is boundless.
Never one to “color inside the lines,” Tarrant County Account Manager, Linda Shelar, is the creative voice within our “Voice.” With her exceptional artistic eye and reputation for serving as our beloved wordsmith, Linda is adept at creating the right message. She can turn the simplest of data into a relevant offering, tailoring the message to fit our unique audience. Born and raised in Tarrant County, Linda is proud of her Texas roots and gives back to her community by donating her time and expertise to local organizations. With the ability to engage anyone in conversation along with her big heart, Linda is our golden key to the marketing team.