Executive Vice President
What have you learned about CREW Denver since becoming a CREW Denver Mentor?
I have been paired with a mentee 3 times since CREW Denver established their mentorship program. Each time I am impressed with the level of initiative and drive the mentees have to succeed in their personal and professional goals. I learn something from each of the mentees and hope to make the same difference my mentors have done for me and my career. CREW Denver continues to build out the mentorship program and it is a great tool for CREW members starting out or making a transition in your career.
How do you define success?
Success is variable. Success is building on today from where you were yesterday. Success is achieving your goals, making a difference and making things better than what they were before you.
Describe what you were like at age 10.
I was in the 5th grade at St. Francis of Assisi in a small, rural NE town. I was a curious, social, tom boy loving life as a farm girl. I loved to be outside, working with my dad farming in the field and tending to the animals. I loved school and participated in any sport and school organization available. I wanted to work at the family owned bank (There was one bank with a population of 800) in town when I grew up.