Favorite PassageWay Elements
Nature | Relationships | Service | Spirit
“While at Northwest Passage I plan on helping the residents at Oasis embrace nature through outdoor activities, service by participating in volunteering opportunities, and working alongside them to strengthen their spirit, and their relationships with themselves, their family, their service team and their peers. I am excited to embrace the PassageWay Elements and implement them into my daily case management and to accept and take on any challenge that may come my or the resident’s way.”
“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” ~ Anne Frank
- Specialty: I chose this position because I have always wanted to work with the adolescent population, particularly troubled youth. I have been able to roll over many of my skills from my years of working with the disabled and elderly, and apply them to the population I am serving now.
- Education: I moved to the Hayward, Wisconsin area in September of 2015 from Alabama. I graduated from the University of Phoenix and obtained my Long-Term Care Administration Bachelor of Arts. Prior to working at Northwest Passage I have worked for home care agencies, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and two different positions for Sawyer County.
- With Northwest Passage since 2019