Expense Reimbursement Specialist III
My choice in a career path actually started at the age of 6. I knew I wanted to be a business woman who traveled and carried a brief case (now it is more like a professional carrying a laptop). When I entered high school I selected a school that specialized in business. At that point in my life I was fascinated with the idea of marketing until I started to research the statistics on the job market for that field. By the time I entered college and started to gain more professional work experience my passion for training and development began to materialize. I seen a need in the workplace and wanted to do something about it. Although I didn't want to be a full-time Trainer, my passion created more definition for my future career development. As I pursue a Graduate Degree in Human Relations and Business, I continue to focus on my end goal. Even though I am not currently working in my ideal role, I am still growing and educating myself to unitize my passion in the non-profit sector at some point to expand the knowledge of those within the community. I am a firm believer that all life experiences can be used to define and mold your purpose in life. It is okay if you change several times on that path. What matters is your determination to continue to the end even when obstacles create turbulence. Best wishes on your decisions!