Give a brief explanation of your job.
Our firm designs and engineers large scale fountains, resort pools, interactive water features and other specialty aquatic projects, which is quite a specific niche in the development industry. In my role, I communicate with members of that industry through specialty publications, and our own channels including our newsletter, blog and website.
How long have you been a part of FPRA? Why did you join?
When I joined FPRA in 2008, I had the good fortune of working at Curley and Pynn, where it was encouraged to get involved in the association for professional and leadership development. I am so grateful for having supportive employers who invest in their people through organizations like FPRA.
Tell us about an exciting achievement.
Having my daughter early last year was life-changing in so many ways, and it’s been fun to see all the other professional women in FPRA in the same boat. I think sharing in that personal milestone has made it even more special.
What was your favorite FPRA event?
I always love the FPRA Backstage Pass events, and one of my favorites was getting to go behind the scenes of the construction site that was the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.
What was your first job?
I started with Curley & Pynn right after college, and I owe everything of what I learned and accomplished in my career to the team, especially Roger.
Tell us something people may not know about you.
I think I have a photographic memory when it comes to Seinfeld episodes. Had I only attained the same skill for useful knowledge…