Meet Our Team


Moira Noble

CEO and Founder

They say life is a journey and it is Moira’s own journey and personal life experiences that led her to create Peace at HomeCare LLC. Moira knows first-hand the frustrations and fears that accompany losing one’s independence due to illness and the constant struggle to maintain one’s dignity and purpose during these challenging times. She has a full understanding of how beneficial a little compassionate care can be to an individual whose independence has been compromised. Moira is committed to making sure that Peace at HomeCare LLC delivers compassionate and personalized care while restoring a sense of PEACE to all the individuals they serve.

Moira graduated from the University of Delaware in 1986 with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and Marketing. She moved to New York City following college and was employed in a variety of industries including advertising, finance, and industrial design. She left the workplace in 1993 to raise her three children on Long Island and kept active volunteering in her community – PTA, religious education teacher, Fresh Air Fund volunteer, and Girl Scout Leader.

Moira moved her family to Fayetteville, NY in 2007 and returned to the work force as an operations manager for a Syracuse printing company. She continued her volunteer work in her new community including volunteering at the Francis House in Syracuse. Moira left her job in 2012 to continue her journey and Peace at HomeCare LLC was born. It is Moira’s vision that the services her company provides become the vehicle by which PEACE is restored to people’s lives.


Laura Thompson

Director of Operations

Laura started her career in human services in Syracuse in 2002 as a Direct Support Professional assisting people with Intellectual and other Developmental Disabilities. After almost 5 years, she made the decision to leave the field and go back to school for her bachelor's degree but quickly realized being in human services and helping people live their best and most independent life was where her heart truly was. She moved to Tompkins County where she returned to working with people with varying abilities and pursued her master's degree from SUNY Empire State College in Social Policy along with obtaining a graduate certificate in Community Advocacy.  After finishing her master's degree, she went to work in Binghamton, NY as a Director of Residential and Day Habilitation in 2014 and was promoted to the Vice President of Programs in 2018.

In 2021 when she had to be an advocate for care for her father, she gained a passion and interest in the services that are available for people who are aging.  It was at that time she started to consider a career in aging adult services and helping people remain in their homes for as long as possible with the right care and support in place.  After learning more about Peace at Homecare, she decided this was the best fit for her and started a new career as the Director of Operations in October 2023.

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Amanda Martin

Homecare Scheduler

In December 2023, Amanda became a part of the Peace at Homecare team, initially joining as the On-call Care Coordinator before being promoted to the position of Homecare Scheduler in February 2024. Originally from the Chittenango area, Amanda's journey towards a career in healthcare was influenced by her six-year tenure as an Apache Helicopter Mechanic in the US Army. During this time, she began contemplating a transition into the medical field.

Upon fulfilling her military contract, Amanda enrolled in Medical Assistant school in Washington State, where she excelled academically, graduating with high honors. Her professional journey began in Family Medicine, a domain she found deeply fulfilling. Upon her return to Central New York, she transitioned to Dermatology, finding satisfaction in assisting with skin cancer removal surgeries and helping individuals feel more confident about their skin.

After dedicating six years to Dermatology, Amanda decided to embark on a new path in Homecare. Currently pursuing her Health Service Administration Diploma, Amanda finds immense fulfillment in working closely with individuals and addressing their needs. Her dedication to enhancing the well-being of others underscores her commitment to her evolving career in healthcare.

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Ayleen Lawless

Human Resources Coordinator

There is nothing more fulfilling than helping others, and that is what Ayleen has always intended to do. Working in Human Resources as a young and optimistic professional for over 8 years, as well as working in nursing and caregiving concurrently, Ayleen has developed an extreme passion to provide services to others and create a safe, knowledgeable and resourceful workspace. She has mostly worked in the healthcare, not-for-profit sector, serving the greater Syracuse & Rochester communities. Ayleen attended Monroe Community College and continued to pursue her interest in Human Resources. She is able to identify and understand the importance of nursing staff, as well as be on an administrative team and handle the logistics and benefits, to gain employee satisfaction and develop positive relationships. Ayleen has always held a special place in her heart for working in the healthcare sector, primarily geriatrics and adult care. In her free time, Ayleen likes to spend time with her wife, son, and two dogs (Leo & Benny). She loves traveling, exploring new places, and going to breweries! She also volunteers as a chairperson on an Associate Board for Young Professionals.



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