Jennifer, our Clinical Systems Analyst, joined Integrity IT about six months ago. She has a nursing background and had worked with our President, Phil and Vice President, Joe before she joined our team! In order to know her even better, we asked her some really interesting questions, check out her answers below!
1. How did you first learn about Integrity IT?
I worked with Phil and Joe at Saint Joseph Hospital as they were building their own business. Years later, when they heard I quit my job, they had begun the Baptist KYnex project and called to see if I could help. When that project completed, I kept in touch to see what future projects might be of interest to me. It proved beneficial!
2. How has Integrity IT helped you in your career development?
Each day, I learn new skills, so I continue to develop as a Clinical Analyst and beyond.
3. What do you like most about working here?
I like the culture and values of Integrity IT. Working at a place that fits well with my own values is extremely important to me. I trust the integrity of the leaders and staff.
4. What has been your proudest moment working here?
I’ve scored a few points with memes and comments to some of the entertaining all-staff emails, but I’m still very early in my role at Integrity IT and think my moment is yet to come.
5. What’s your favorite line from a movie?
There are so many great lines, it’s very hard to pick just one. The one I actually use fairly often is “If you build it, they will come”. You can’t wait for someone else to do it, and you can’t expect people to just jump in and do it themselves, so most everything needs a jump-start. Then magic happens.
6. If you were to write a book about yourself, what would you name it?
How about, The Greatest Integrity IT Employee, Ever. LOL. As I journey through life, there are so many options. I look forward to the book yet written.
7. Motto or personal mantra?
Keep it positive. You have choices in every thought, perspective, reaction and action you have – go to the positive first and enjoy the hope and pleasure that lives there. Like the Songza station – Wake Up Smiling! Hey, that would be a good mantra too!
8. People would be surprised if they knew:
That varies depending on what part of my life they are familiar. Many people are probably surprised I have some IT skills. Or that I have some nonprofit skills (helping a current nonprofit, Build Inclusion, to grow), like disco, can fix a lot of stuff (that might be the biggest – I am a girl, you know), grow an edible garden, advocate for equality, served as Deacon, built a fly rod, cook like a villain or that I attempt to use slang from younger generations.