Meet Our Staff
Learn more about our office staff!
Jocelyn – Office Manager
My best childhood memories revolve around my younger brother Michael, he was my best friend. When we were little every Christmas Eve, we would be so excited for Santa to come. We would sleep in the same room and stay up all night. We could never sleep – we were too excited. We would tiptoe into my parents room all night long to see what time it was, the night seemed to go on forever. The next morning when we opened presents, he would always be so excited for everything and would jump up and down at every gift. I am so grateful to have shared a childhood with a sibling like him.
Amber – Office Manager
One of my favorite childhood memories was playing dress up! I was the only girl with 3 brothers, so I was obsessed with always being the princess, and my brothers would always pretend to be rescuing me. We would go on bike rides; and pretend to fight off all the “bad guys”. I always was in something Disney princess related- and I’m sure that is what sparked my current obsession with Disney!
Jean – Front Office
My favorite memory from my childhood would be every Friday night my family would get together and go out for dinner, and rent a movie. We always had to make sure that we were home for dinner that particular night and no plans. During dinner, it was nice to hear about my families week.
Anessa – Front Office
One of my favorite childhood memories is when me and my family would take our annual trip to California and we would go to Legoland, the beach, and make S’mores… and just enjoy eachother’s company!
Rama – Medical Scribe
One of my favorite childhood memories was sleeping over at my best friend’s house. We would play with our dolls and play dress up. We would wake up the next morning to her mom making us pancakes and waffles. Since then, the smell of pancakes and waffles has been nostalgic to me.
Tiffany – Medical Assistant
My favorite childhood memory was growing up with horses. My mom and I would share that passion for many years. Although it started as a leisurely activity, I would eventually go on to compete in barrel racing and then equestrian team jumping. My mom was always at every show and was so supportive, even if I didn’t win. Owning horses growing up really taught me a lot about responsibility and dedication to something you value.
Nina – Medical Assistant
My favorite childhood memory is when my family was in California for vacation. One night we were all sitting by the campfire playing Uno and enjoying each other while telling funny scary stories.
Rhett – Medical Assistant
I remember one summer growing up that a huge monsoon blew through town and flooded my backyard. The next day there were still massive mud puddles in the back, and it was a Saturday! My sisters and I spent the entire day playing, but our fun abruptly ended when my mom saw us throwing mud balls at the windows.
Levi – Medical Scribe
My parents taught my siblings and me to be ruthlessly fun pillow fighters. A childhood memory I have was one evening my brothers and sisters and I had taken the pillows and cushions from our couches and turned our living room into a free for all, cushiony and comfortable war zone. We chucked smaller pillows like ninja stars while using other pillows as clubs, shields and were having a good amount of chaotic fun when Mom came out of the hall with her bed’s body pillow, screaming a war cry like an amazon warrior. She took half of us out within a couple of minutes when Dad came out with only a small couch pillow but managed to take the rest of us out without making a single sound. After our laughingly bitter defeat, our parents appeased our child-sized egos with brownies and ice cream. It’s a miracle we had a decent-looking living room because this became a weekly occurrence.
Taylor– Medical Assistant
My favorite childhood memory would be my great grandpa picking me up after school. We would make our afternoon snacks and watch M.A.S.H. Afterwards we would go play withi the dogs and feed the horses.
Peg – Marketing/Community Liaison
I grew up in a rural area back east and really just enjoyed spending time outdoors and with our many animals. We had tons of trees on the property and a huge walnut tree that my brother and I would climb. This same tree had a tire swing. Neighbor kids would come over and we would have double decker spinning contests on that tire swing. This walnut tree also provided a good snack. We would grab hammers from the garage, crack walnuts open and eat till we were full.