Employee Spotlight – Olivia Fryer

Employee Spotlight – Olivia Fryer

Interview with Olivia

Tell us about yourself

I have lived in Arizona since 2006. My husband and I have two boys, who are our pride and joy. I enjoy baking cookies, making gnomes, reading and spending time with my family, and visiting Sedona. I’m a board member of the Autism Society of Greater Phoenix and have worked within the disability community since 2015. I’m a big Arizona Coyotes fan and love decorating for the holidays.

Why did you become a receptionist?

TEAM 4 Kids has been a part of my family since 2014. My son has received many services from TEAM 4 Kids over the years and I was so impressed with the quality, dedication, and passion that the whole staff has for helping children. It stood out to me that TEAM 4 Kids is one of the few providers in the far West Valley and I knew I had to join the TEAM!

Why do you think your coworkers nominated you for being Inclusive?

Inclusion is very important to me. I strive to make sure everyone, regardless of ability, is included in all aspects of life. I facilitate the Sibshops program at TEAM 4 Kids to give siblings of children with disabilities a place to be heard and feel understood. I’m always sharing resources that I feel others could benefit from.

What do you love most about working with TEAM 4 Kids?

I really love getting to interact with the kids and their families. I love celebrating each achievement and moment of progress. Our kiddos bring so much joy to my day.

If you had one wish, what would it be?

I would wish for endless amounts of money, not so much for myself, but because there are so many wonderful organizations that I would love to support.

 

 

Nominations for Olivia:

She ensures everyone knows what is going on with events and encourages everyone to be a part of all the different events happening at T.E.A.M 4 Kids.”

All the hard work and dedication toward hosting SibShops.  She also is active in the special needs community and works to include all abilities”

When I think of the word inclusive, Olivia is exactly who I think of! Sibshop is something she has started to make sure siblings of our clients are included in all the fun we have here at T4K.”

Olivia demonstrates inclusivity toward both kids and coworkers. She does not judge others and is quick to offer support and resources for the Autism community.”

She is always making sure everyone on the team is comfortable and included in events.”