Interviewed by a Saint Mike’s student to share my insights on Social Media for a book she was writing.
I have been involved in community service beginning with a program called Connecting Youth in Chittenden County; Also involved in Burlington City Arts program called Art from the Heart. After my mom was diagnosed with Epilepsy, I started volunteer work for the Epilepsy Foundation. Member of the Amnesty International club, starting a group with friends from Amnesty called Voices for Peace, VT, raising money and supplies for a school in Ghana. Golden Huggs Rescue in 2010, and fostered a rescued Border Collie mix. I coordinated a Benefit Art Show Silent Auction Hurricane Irene relief. I captained a team for the Relay for Life of Chittenden County for American Cancer Society. I partnered with Eric Place to put together a team for the Windjammer Kickball Tournament to benefit the Vermont Family Network.
Favorite part of job? The ability to work with people on the cutting edge of Healthcare.
Most inspiring mentor? Definitely my mom. She is the one who taught me how important it is to be selfless...“do unto others”
Who is your living hero? Steven Corona, CTO at Twitpic.
Favorite downtime activity? I enjoy reading when I am winding down for the night, outside of books, my favorite thing to do is paint.
Favorite Vermont Escape? Anywhere along I-89, especially VT places between between exits 12 and 7.
Favorite social network? Twitter. It’s not all gossip, like people tend to think.
Favorite website? I will go with Hyperboleandahalf.com, a blog by the amazing Allie Brosh
Vermont Business Person you would most want to network with? Pamela Polston, co-editor, co-founder, and associate publisher of Seven Days.