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,...