Interview with Felicia
Tell us about yourself
I was born in New Mexico but was raised mostly in Arizona. I have been married for 10 years and we have a 7-year-old son and 2 pets. I love to be lazy by reading a book or watching a movie.
Why did you become a Receptionist?
I became a receptionist because I love helping people. Whether it is finding that perfect appointment spot or making someone’s day with a compliment. Plus, these kiddos also help me have a great day with their smiles and personalities!
Why do you think your coworkers nominated you for being adaptable?
I think my coworkers nominated me for being adaptable because change is imminent and I try my best to adjust to situations and try to help others adjust as well.
What do you love most about working with TEAM 4 Kids?
What I love most about working with TEAM 4 Kids is the environment. All my coworkers are so kind and the families are the best!
If you could have one wish come true, what would it be?
If I could have one wish come true it would be that all foster kids and pets would have a loving family.
Nominations for Felicia:
“Felicia always has a flexible and can-do attitude when change comes down the line, which can be often around here! She helps to keep her team on the path of positivity and going with the flow! She is absolutely an adaptable human being, and I appreciate her!”
“She is the definition of adaptable. No matter how many people call out sick or leave early, she shows up every time ready to put the clinic on her back. She shows up early, stays late, works up front and in the back office, and can help wherever is needed – and all that was before she was Jr lead. Now in her new position, she is working twice as hard to adapt to any and all situations.”
“Felicia always goes with the flow at the front desk and handles everything that comes her way in such a happy positive attitude. She can adapt to any situation and continue to move along.”
“Felicia is quick to adapt to any new situation and takes on fresh challenges with a positive attitude!”
“She never says “that’s not my job” but instead approaches new experiences with “Yes I can!”. She is encouraging and helps others get through change, too.”