Daniela Momtcheva is the co-owner of Assisting Hands Schaumburg along with her sister Jasmine Panayotov. During her childhood in Bulgaria, Daniela and Jasmine both helped their parents take care of their grandmother.
Currently, Daniela helps her sister take care of their mother in her old age, but from a much greater distance.
After spending years taking care of her mother in Bulgaria from the U.S., Daniela understands the value that home care services can provide to families that need assistance to ensure that their elderly relatives get the care and attention they need.
Through Assisting Hands Schaumburg, it is Daniela’s goal to provide excellent in-home care with highly trained caregivers to help families take care of their elderly relatives.
Daniela attended Technical University Sofia, Bulgaria where she earned her master’s degree in electronics engineering with a pedagogical specialty. She later earned her master’s degree in marketing management from the D.A. Tsenov Academy of Economics in Svishtov, Bulgaria.
After completing her schooling, Daniela worked as the Director of Business Marketing Development and Public Relations at “Dr. Ivan Seliminski” Hospital in Sliven, Bulgaria for 6 years.
Daniela then immigrated to the U.S. and spent more than 14 years as the assistant vice president of a national bank before becoming the co-owner of Assisting Hands Schaumburg.
With her educational background in marketing and public relations along with her personal experience caring for her mother long distance, she is uniquely qualified and passionate about providing families in the Schaumburg, IL area with reasonable caregiving services for their loved ones in need.
In her free time, Daniela volunteers to help with various events at St. Peter Parish in Geneva, IL including charity events, Catholic education, fundraising, school projects, food banks, and “Feed My Starving Children.”
She also spends time volunteering for the Humanitarian Service Project in Carol Stream, IL that provides meals for seniors as well as food and supplies for children living in poverty.