In Profile: Jennifer Algieri

Purchasing Manager Cross-training is an important part of athletic development. Statistically, performance improves at a higher rate when athletes keep a varied routine versus solely focusing on a singular set of skills or muscle group. Many of these skills translate...

In Profile: Jessica Golden

Sales Project Lead Shangri-La. Eden. Xanadu. It goes by many names, but the precise location of “Paradise” remains unknown. The geological qualifiers for such a place are subject to debate and personal opinion. Some argue that paradise is simply a state of mind. When...

In Profile: John Foley

Vendor Relationship Leader “To the lover of wilderness, Alaska is one of the most wonderful countries in the world.” Naturalist John Muir had a point. Nearly half of the 104 million acres of federally protected wilderness areas in the United States are located in...

In Profile: Bob Scott

Manager of Infrastructure Technology  Outside of bold and often questionable fashion trends, the 80s ushered in one very unique development: the desktop computer. They had names like IBM PC 5150 and, of course, Apple Macintosh. Today, more than three out of four...

In Profile: Melanie Roberge

Customer Relationship Leader  The notion of a cross country road trip is alluring, with its images of the wide open road and picturesque landscapes. In reality, a journey from California to Massachusetts covers about 3,000 miles and includes 45 hours of drive time,...

In Profile: Ameya Patankar

Associate Data Scientist Bird migration is a sustained subject for scientific scrutiny and fascination. This behavior befuddled humans for centuries until scientists linked patterns in flight and global climate changes with avian ecology. Now, we can pinpoint where,...