My name is Emily and I grew up in Charlottesville, Va. I enjoy all the hiking that the Blue Ridge Mountains have to offer. You can often catch me with my camera on the weekends taking pictures of the great outdoors. I went to college not far from home at James Madison University. While there, I worked with the Orientation Office, serving as a peer mentor to incoming students. Since graduating I have joined a women’s volunteer organization called the Junior League and I am still in the year-long process of becoming a member, so most of my free time is spent there.
January 25, 2016
Last month I had the pleasure of attending my region’s annual forecast review. All of the managers in the region meet once a year to present their plans for the following year. I had spoken with many of the managers on the phone before this meeting but had only met a handful of them. Since […]Read More
December 29, 2015
Since my last entry, I’ve had some great new experiences! It’s a tough call, but I think my favorite week of working for Hajoca has been the MDP workshop. There is an annual workshop for all trainees held in Pennsylvania at a conference center. This is the only time all of the trainees are in […]Read More
September 8, 2015
I applied for the Management Development Program because I value autonomy. Hajoca trusts its leaders to make their own decisions because the company understands that knowledge from the field is the best guide. The culture is decentralized but one thing is consistent: managers believe in what they are doing because they are choosing it. Before […]Read More