Our Team

The heart of Trico LivingWell – our diverse team of health care professionals and support staff have years of extensive experience in the planning, management, health & dementia care, and day-to-day operations for active agers. Our robust orientation, ongoing training, and education sessions for all team members ensure we deliver the highest level of quality care, and earn the trust, confidence and friendship of our residents and their families.

Here are a few of the friendly faces waiting to greet you at Trico LivingWell!

Grace Su Trico LivingWell

Grace Su

Executive Director

Leading the Trico LivingWell team as Executive Director, Grace is passionate about curating vibrant communities that empower people to thrive for an enjoyable and purposeful living. With a stellar record of business acumen, Grace brings a wealth of knowledge to Trico LivingWell and has held senior management roles in technology, marketing, and community development that span over 20 years in the U.K., Asia and Canada. She has helped develop numerous communities in Calgary, including the Mustard Seed’s 1010 Centre (affordable supportive housing), Accessible Housing’s INCLUSIO (fully accessible, supportive living home) and Clover Living (a culturally designed, older adult supportive living). Under her leadership, Clover Living was awarded two Consumer Choice Awards for Best Senior Care Retirement Residence in 2019 and 2021.

Grace is currently working towards a certificate in Aging & Gerontology at Ryerson University and serves on the Alberta Senior and Community Housing Association’s Senior Housing Relaunch Task Force and the City of Calgary’s Tomorrow’s Chinatown Advisory Group. She was previously a Board Director on the Alberta Managers Society Senior Citizens Housing Board. Grace is also the Board Chair for the Calgary Chinatown Business Improvement Area and the Chair for the Chinatown Street Festival.

In between her busy schedule, Grace loves to learn, travel, volunteer and spend time with her family and friends. In recognition of her many community contributions, Grace was named as one of the 2021 Faces of Community by the Federation of Calgary Communities.

Carole Kelley Trico LivingWell

Carole Kelley BN, GN, RN

Director of Health & Wellness

As the Director of Health and Wellness, Carole heads up the development, planning and delivery of Trico LivingWell’s clinical wellness care services. Carole started her career as a registered nurse, working with seniors as a practicum nursing student at the “Yellow Door” in Montreal. Her nursing career eventually took her to the United States for several years before returning to Canada and settling in Alberta. With over 30 years of experience in the field of gerontology and dementia care, Carole has worked in both the public and private sectors in Calgary for Home Care Services, Continuing Care Services and Long-Term Care Services.

Carole was the recipient of the Alberta Premier’s Award of Excellence as a member of the research project: The New Models in Continuing Care Demonstration Project and the Evaluating Innovative Projects in Continuing Care (EPICC) at the University of Alberta. She has also served as a member on numerous AHS committees and advisory boards over the years, including a seat on the committee of education and best practices working group and the committee on the TLC working group task force with ASCHA. Outside of work, Carole loves to travel, exercise and spend time with her family & friends.

Liana Robberecht Trico LivingWell

Liana Robberecht

Executive Chef

Originally from Smithers, BC, Chef Liana is an accomplished culinary leader and international speaker who has helmed some of Calgary’s top kitchens including the Calgary Petroleum Club and WinSport. Encouraged to challenge the status quo and ignite the passions of those around her, Chef Liana’s genuine curiosity and empathy have helped her forge lasting and meaningful relationships with other chefs, diners and artists. With every bite, conversation and mentorship, Chef Liana hopes to connect with others and evoke an impactful change for the future that inspires others to become the best versions of themselves.

Highly recognized in both in the industry and the community, Chef Liana’s long list of accolades include the 2010 Golden Whisk Award from Women Chefs and Restaurateurs (WCR), 2011 Chef of the Year by the Alberta Foodservice Expo and Canadian Restaurant and Foodservice Magazine, a James Beard Foundation Collaboration Dinner in 2015, Outstanding Industry Contributions by the Canadian Restaurant and Bar Show in 2018 and an International Bronze Medal from Paris’s Chaine des Rotisseurs in 2019. She was also a participant on the Food Network show Guy’s Grocery Games and is a regular guest on CBC’s Alberta at Noon with Judy Aldous.

Outside the kitchen, Chef Liana is an avid painter and loves to spend time with her dog, Momo. She is actively involved in the community and has helped raise thousands of dollars for local charities through several culinary events she has co-founded, including Planted and the Cookie Exchange.