As a daughter and granddaughter of the 82 Airborne Division, “adapt and overcome” is more than just some hooah slogan. The eldest of a single mother, dad’s responsibilities fell to me. I quickly learned handyman skills, creative problem solving, and how to simplify complex topics to teach my little sister who is five years my junior. The more difficult the challenge, the greater my resolve to conquer it. This passion for problem solving and taking care of people fueled my military career in environmental, health and safety.
This is my service after service. I leverage my strategic planning, organizational development and process improvement skills to keep people safe, save money, reallocate valuable resources, and open doors to cost center conversions. For more on effective strategy and tactic execution, visit www.ehs411.com or www.crazysafetylady.com.
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