Organization is my middle name. From a young age, I enjoyed putting things in their place.
When I was eight, I would pull everything out of the linen closet and refold it all into neat color-coded and sized piles. In college, I folded for The Gap. After college, I had a brief stint as a home/closet organizer. My career path from there is quite varied, but in every position my organizational skills have come in handy.
I joined Overland just after moving to Williamstown from Boulder, Colorado. I wasn’t looking for a job, but there was something about the people and the energy that seemed like a good fit. I was immediately attracted to the collaborative atmosphere, and, of course, there were tons of organizational opportunities.
I love my job. I get to wear many hats, and I get to work with great people who are smart, thoughtful and fun. I organize details, forms, numbers and people. I love finding the missing piece of the puzzle. To do all of that and work toward a goal that I believe in is really quite special. Being a parent makes me appreciate all the work we do even more.