Tell us about yourself.
I am a proud mama to a tractor-plowin’, cow-herdin’, farm-lovin’ little boy and fur mama to the sweetest three-legged Australian Shepherd around. When not at work, I can usually be found at the local dog park or in my living room helping my son tend to his plastic cattle herd and toy farm operation. And, as if those two didn’t keep me busy enough, I added volleyball coach to my resume this past fall. In the very minimal spare time that remains, I enjoy going to live music events, shows at the Orpheum Theatre, or a dinner outing with my closest family and friends!
What do you love about your position?
Being surrounded by the humblest yet hardest working people around.
What drives you at work?
My prior work experience. I come from an LTC background and grew into leadership roles at the nursing facility I was with for ten years. I know from firsthand experience about all the behind the scene struggles the administrators, directors, and even floor team members face daily. That information alone allows me to relate so closely to the clients I partner with.
What makes Uniti Med a great destination for potential travelers?
John C. Maxwell, American Author, said it best at one of his leadership conferences, “People of value will always value people”. That statement couldn’t be truer of Uniti Med. You will never be just a number, just a name, or just another traveling healthcare professional. You are seen. You are heard. You are appreciated. You are important. You. Are. Valued.
If you could travel anywhere, where would it be?
Seychelles, hands down!! I first learned of the island in high school world geography and haven’t forgotten it since.
“It takes time to create excellence. If it could be done quickly, more people would do it.” – John Wooden
“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.” – Thomas A. Edison
3 Things on Your Bucket List:
Visit all Seven Wonders of the World
Be a member in a flash mob
See the Northern Lights