Hometown: Stratford, CT
About yourself: I have been married for 22 years, and have two daughters. One is a junior at UConn, and the other is a freshman at Pace University. I love watching and playing tennis. Monday through Friday I work, and on the weekends I look forward to playing tennis with my brother in law.
Why and when did you choose your profession? My first degree was an associate’s in mechanical engineering. Then I earned my bachelor’s in health science. That led to an internship at Greenwich Hospital in night tech support, and that was when I realized that I really liked computers. So I got my certifications and started my career in IT. That was more than 20 years ago.
When I joined RVNAhealth in April 2019 (initially as a consultant), I knew immediately that it was the perfect place for me: the people, the mission, and our top leader, Theresa Santoro (RVNAhealth President & CEO), are wonderful. I’ve had the opportunity to work on initiatives such as our rebranding to RVNAhealth and deploying tele-health (during COVID-19).