I have always combined my love for sales and a desire to be of service in my work. This began with sales in banking, for Union Bank in California and then in relationship banking for Capital One Bank in New York. When I came back to finish school at the University of Montana, I studied business management focusing on entrepreneurship. While in school, I acquired my insurance license and traveled the state selling health insurance. This allowed me to work closely with an overwhelmed elderly population, which really awakened my sense of purpose through service. After several years of success in the insurance business, I moved back East, this time Boston. In Boston I sold residential and commercial energy for NRG and attended as many Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins games as possible. Despite my love for new England and all that it had to offer, I felt as though it could never compare to the family I missed, and the beauty I experienced growing up in Montana.
Once settled back in my home state, I met Ben Gladwin and Joe Anderson. It quickly became apparent that they both shared a genuine desire to be of service. I became more familiar with Reflex Protect and it dawned on me that what I enjoyed most and admired in Ben and Joe was deeply rooted in their businesses mission. My focus for the company is to use my experience in sales to assist in growing a stronger retail base.
The team at Reflex Protect is incredibly resilient, talented, and driven. It is an honor to be a part of something so special, and I have since fallen in love with this company and what it stands for. Every day Reflex Protect gives me the chance to offer community members a solution that empowers compassionate control and delivers a confident sense of wellbeing.
As described in heartbreaking detail in Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Raquel Rutledge recently issued exposé in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the direct cost to a healthcare organization when responding to the death or injury of an employee from violence is often substantial. In addition to payment of workers’ compensation claims, liability claims for failure to provide a safe workplace for employees or even the general public frequently present (at least pre-Covid-19) in a medical facility are..