How did you first learn about and begin working with The Avery Center?
I first learned about The Avery Center through the Dream Center at Rez Church and have been working with the organization since April of 2019.
What do you think sets The Avery Center apart from other organizations in this sector?
Dedication to developing a program that will help each person to fulfilled, grow, learn, and become the person they want to be.
What's your favorite part/the most fulfilling part of your role?
Watching as each person discover the benefits of essential oils as they learn more about them.
What do you enjoy doing when you're not at The Avery Center?
Decorative Painting, crafts, gardening, learning about essential oils, fly fishing, spending time with my grandkids and enjoying the friendship of others.
Who is someone you admire, and why?
Jacqueline Kennedy, I was in 2nd grade when the president was killed. She went on to develop a life of diversity, developing causes that were important to her. She did life on her terms with love and grace.
What advice would you give someone who wants to join the Avery team of superstars?
Follow your heart, be committed, show up on time, be consistent, listen and learn. Enjoy every minute.
Currently reading A Breath of Snow and Ashes by Diana Gabaldon
TV show you're hooked on:
NCIS, Alaska the Last Frontier, and Yellowstone
It has been and honor and a privilege to volunteer for the Avery Center.
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