What do you enjoy most about your work?
What do you do for travelers that you feel is completely unique to you?
What is your favorite thing about working with travelers?
This job is definitely the most fun when you really get to know your travelers and what they're looking for. The search for travel assignments becomes more about matchmaking and finding the best fits rather than treating it like a chore. It's great when you can be really looking ahead for your nurses for their job needs and have the right types of assignments in mind.
What is your most valuable advice for the travelers you work with?
Why are you passionate about this industry?
Where did you grow up?
Louisville, KY (but a faithful University of Kentucky fan, Go Cats!). But my mom lives in Ohio and I live in the moment. Congratulations if you got that reference.
What are your favorite places to travel?
The safe answer is anywhere I haven't been could be my next favorite place, but I do like checking out the west coast of the U.S- it's safe to say you can find me in Las Vegas at least once a year! One of my favorite places I've been is Prague, Czech Republic which was definitely unlike anything I had ever seen before (some of the greatest dark beer you'll ever have).
What's on your travel wishlist
Australia, Italy, China, Japan, Abu Dhabi, Egypt and so many more places. I'm not sure I have enough days to take off to travel to all of these places, so maybe I'll start working remotely...
Tell us about your family or pets
What's your favorite food?
What is your favorite pump-up song?
Pick any song on 50 Cent's "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" album, and that is the all-time pump-up music in the history of the world. It's so good that this is objectively the best answer, no longer up for debate.
What's your all-time favorite hobby?
I love movies (yes, a very basic hobby), but even more so going to the movie theaters. Streaming is great, but there's nothing like enjoying a new movie on opening weekend that you've been waiting months for. Just don't bring your young children to scary or rated R movies. You'd be surprised how often I've seen that happen.