One thing I want you to know about United Radio is:
United Radio provides repair service to customers residing in over 145 countries. As diverse as our customers are, our employees are equally diverse. We live our core value that “Our differences make us stronger”. We continue to grow and change by valuing diversity inside and outside our organization.
Who is someone you admire, and why?
I admire my parents! My father is the epitome of a life-long learner. Phil and I are the beneficiaries of his teachings and leadership. My mother is the strongest, most giving, selfless person I know. Never a complaint, even when she is hurting, always there to offer support and assistance to others.
I know more about this than most anyone:
Me. I am the only topic I know more about than anyone else. I learned long ago that there will always be someone in the room that knows more than me. This is why we work hard to form teams comprised of the best and brightest, in every area of our business, and together we challenge the status quo, resulting in our collective growth and success.
When not at work, you’ll probably find me doing this:
In the summer you will find me hiking, biking, skiing, and weeding my garden depending on the season.
Looking into the future, the one thing I’m most excited about for United Radio is:
I am very excited that we are nearing our 100th year of business. We will reach this milestone in 2023, and I look forward to celebrating it with our United Radio family!
What are some causes you care about and why?
There are so many causes that I care about, and too many to list. For the past few years I have been actively involved with the American Heart Association. This is important to me because heart disease if the number one killer of women and so many people are unaware of that. Heart disease is also 80% preventable, controlled through lifestyle changes surrounding eating and exercise. I am also a supporter of the Lustgarten Foundation which is the largest private funder of pancreatic cancer research. While many diseases impact different segments of our society disproportionately, unfortunately pancreatic cancer impacts Ashkenazi Jews at a disproportionately high rate and I have lost too many friends and family to this awful disease.