WORK: In my leadership role, I strive to empower and inspire teams to create marketing for companies that adds value to their customers’ lives, while growing their businesses.
FAVORITE BOOK: Most recently it’s Frederick Douglass by David Blight. Beautifully written, woven with the majestic voice from an underappreciated giant of our American history. Relevant to our times.
FUN FACT: I am an unabashed fan of my New England sports teams. No apologies!
WORK: I am the Development and Engagement Administrator for Greensboro Parks and Recreation. In this role, I pursues funding and outreach opportunities to further the department’s mission to provide inclusive programs, facilities, parks, and open space, ensuring that Greensboro is a great place to work, live, and play.
FAVORITE BOOK: Look Homeward Angel by Thomas Wolfe
FUN FACT: I love to sing and I am in my second season as a soprano with Greensboro’s Bel Canto Company, a choral ensemble of professional singers dedicated to providing choral concert experiences of the highest caliber.
WORK: Marketing Operations Manager responsible for developing and executing innovative marketing programs that provide U.S. farmers with agronomic solutions to maximize their crops’ growth potential, with the specific intent of feeding, fueling and clothing our country.
FAVORITE BOOK: Makes Me Wanna Holler by Nathan McCall
FUN FACT: I’ve been singing on praise and worship teams for approximately 20 years.
WORK: After a career as a teacher, school counselor, and educational researcher I wanted to keep busy, so I threw myself into volunteering, board membership, and taking art classes. Living the dream!
WORK: I am retired from Guilford County Schools. I enjoy grandchildren, reading, socializing, and staying involved in projects that help to make the lives of everyone better in some way.
FAVORITE BOOK: I read lots, so my favorite book frequently changes. Right now it is Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
FUN FACT: I’ve always loved kitties and had many through the years. Ours have kept my whole family calm during the pandemic.