Meet the Team
Misty Hall Sandoval
Misty Hall Sandoval is the executive director at Mariposa Point at Algodón Center. She has over 13 years of experience within the senior care industry, beginning her career as a sales and marketing director. Her bachelor’s degree is in behavioral science from Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas. She is currently enrolled in the master’s program at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Ariz., focusing on health care administration.
Beyond caring for her residents, she enjoys spending time with her husband, children and grandchildren. She is an active member at her church and has a passion for travel!
Director of Sales and Marketing
Mary Wilson joined the Mariposa Point at Algodón team in December 2018 as the director of Sales and Marketing. She focuses on developing positive and lasting relationships between the senior living community and the businesses and organizations in and around the West Valley.
As an Ohio native, she has a passion for working with seniors, and possesses more than 10 years of health care experience, marketing, management and patient care. She is an active member of her community.
In her free time, she enjoys bicycling, cooking, or relaxing with family and friends by the pool. One of her greatest achievements was receiving medals for a 35-mile El Tour De Tucson bicycle race, and 5K obstacle course. She has two boys and two girls and is proud to say she has a daughter in the Air Force.
Vibrant Life Director
Having fun and working hard are Jaynette Espinola’s favorite culture keepers! Her job is to promote a purposeful and Vibrant Life at Mariposa Point. As the Vibrant Life director, her passion comes from years of experience working with people of all ages, and being involved with the ministry and food bank. After reaching her longtime desire to begin a food bank in her hometown city of Glendale, Jaynette decided that her love for seniors was immeasurable and wanted to invest in their lives. Jaynette is dedicated to her residents and actively makes an effort to get to know them, in order to thoughtfully cater to their interests, ignite adventure, challenge growth, and motivate and inspire meaningful involvement for a life filled with joy and successful aging. “If you love your job, you will never work a day in your life,” Jaynette says. “I love what I do!”