Lt. Col. Enoch Woodhouse II, retired, visited the Vermont Statehouse Thursday, Feb. 10.
Before her family moved to Charlotte, Tara Hetz spent her formative years in East Africa. The lessons she learned from her parents, who were both involved in conservation work, stuck with her.
Public speaking is not Branden Martin’s forte but on Feb. 21, the 30-year-old found himself standing in front of more than 125 people at the Delta Hotel in South Burlington.
Cathy Hunter had been giving massages for some time, but roughly four years ago, she got more serious about the practice and began working with a friend who had been a massage therapist for thirty years.
Lara Militello’s career has taken many paths. She started in the corporate world doing IT work, web development and account management – but left that realm to raise her four children.
When Debora Rolland moved to Vermont and started working at the Lund Center, Barbara Rachelson, Lund’s Executive Director at that time, suggested she look into the Snelling Center’s Leadership Institute Class.
Lara Moloy admits that when she moved from Castleton to Burlington in 2005, her employment history didn’t have any specific arc. She saw an ad for a job at the Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne and thought the position seemed perfect, …
An accountant by trade, Brigitte Thompson had been volunteering for local rescue organizations with her family when she decided to help improve the system.