I have always had a passion for business management and marketing, which I was fortunate enough to utilize for over seven years at Cutitta Chiropractic. Though I started as a simple receptionist, I was able to put my passions to work as I developed a thriving Marketing and Event Management department, more than doubling the number of new patient visits weekly within a year.
In 2019 I returned to school, to complete my Bachelors in Business Management at Point Park University, with a specialty in Sports, Arts and Entertainment management. As a die-hard hockey fan, living in Pittsburgh while the Penguins won Back-to-Back cups inspired me to reach for my own personal "Stanley Cup" - finally finishing my degree and continuing my career in Marketing and Event Coordination.
In addition to my extensive experience helping Cutitta Chiropractic grow from a single office practice to a multi-office practice, I also have enjoyed over two years at the the helm of Team Firestorm - Pittsburgh's premier Pokemon Go Social Networking group. With over 500 members, Team Firestorm has enabled a wide range of people from across Pittsburgh form lasting friendships and meet others with similar interests. As the Co-Founder and head Administrator of the group I guided us in organizing weekly events for members of our community to network.
I believe that every member of a team is the most influential part of the team - whether a CEO or a data entry clerk. I have always worked with the idea of "taking ownership" and working as though I own my company, doing everything I can to bring all I can to the table. I believe in doing my best work, even if that means putting a little bit more in to ensure quality.
I am a firm believer in community - that what we do influences every aspect of the communities around us. As an employee, this means ensuring I am always operating with my team, clients and managers to ensure we are supporting each other to the best of our abilities.
Finally, I believe that my education is never complete. After 2 decades in the workforce I returned to school to get my bachelor's degree. I continue to take online seminars and certifications to improve my skills. Learning is something that is everyday to me, not just because I have to. If I'm given a task that I am unsure of, you can be assured I will be looking up and learning all the tools necessary to bring my best work to the table at the end of the day.