- Who we are
- Helen Sanderson
- Michelle Livesley
- Jo Harvey
- Gill Goodwin
- Vicky Jones
- Emily McArdle
- Ben Rosamond
- Rob Michael-Phillips
- Gill Bailey
- Adam Mileusnic
- Tom Waters
- Georgie Ralphs
- Julie Malette
- Tammy Ouellette
- Barb Swartz-Biscaro
- Amanda George
- Mary Beth Lepkowsky
- Meredith Catalini
- Roy Gerstenberger
- Aniko Adany
- Lori Jasper
- Lisa Meyer
- Jamie Markey
- Kelsey Stavseth
- Deb Watson
- Amanda Jones
- Tara Cantwell
- Jan Perkins
- Marie Calderbank
- Carol Sebborn
- Who we work with
- How can we help you?
- Our charitable work
- What people say about us
- Awards & Nominations
HSA USA Associate - Minnesota
What others like and admire about me
- Genuine, positive, flexible
- Balance big picture thinking with logical, analytical thought
- Seek answers and opportunities to offer solutions that work for all
What’s important to me
Balance between family life and the inspirational work I am humbled to be a part of.
Time for bike rides with my husband and best friend and weekly Google Hangouts with my adult children.
Being with my children in person at least 3-4 times per year.
Having time and space to recharge through walks, biking, yoga, or jamming to some good tunes.
Seeing the positive benefits that others achieve in their lives as a result of our time together.
Influencing others in a way that leads to changes in thinking, actions, systems, and support.
Seeing pictures that people have sent of themselves doing what is meaningful to them after their person-centered planning.
Time to think about what I am learning and how it can be applied. Then applying it and trying to keep getting better at it.
How best to support me
Encourage creativity while clearly identifying parameters of a project when they exist as soon as they are known.
Make decisions based on values, desired outcomes, and data, and communicate them in a timely fashion.
When developing deadlines, build in some time for the unexpected so we can deliver the best service/product that we can at that particular moment.
Learn together and acknowledge how we can learn from our missteps.
Practice and play with the technology before we go live.
Flush out how my ideas could be possible or discover together why they won’t work.
Allow time for me to learn through repetition and demonstration (either live or online)
Don’t be surprised if I am initially quiet and then share my perspective at a later time as sometimes I need to think about what we have discussed or seen.
When I am in “the zone,” I start or stop on work based on the good work, I am producing, not the time on the clock. I don’t expect others to be working when I am.
Know that I like to see how everything fits together, its purpose, and how things interconnect.
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HSA USA Associate - Oregon