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Meet Lee Grasseschi - Manager, Compliance and Quality Assurance

Posted by ACP on Dec 20, 2019 10:33:34 AM

What do you do in your free time?
Free time? What is this ‘free time? We have horses, we kayak, cross country ski, and volunteer at our community water system.

How long have you been with ACP? 
1.5 years
 
What is your career background? 
I’ve been in various manufacturing entities for several decades as an Operations Manager, Quality Manager, Project Manager, Engineer, and Production Manager. I have 3 college degrees and 3 professional certificates. I’ve worked domestically and internationally as a geologist and geophysical technician and spent time in state and federal governments.

What inspired you to work with ACP? 
I was mainly inspired to move on from where I was working and I am grateful to be a part of the kindest organization I’ve ever encountered.

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Meet Reanna Benzie - Lease Specialist II

Posted by ACP on Dec 3, 2019 2:27:18 PM

What do you do in your free time?
My free time is usually spent with my 3 kids at their sports. My girls play softball. They play on a travel team year round and also play on spring and fall ball teams. My son plays baseball and just this year started playing soccer. I stay busy with practices, games and tournaments! 
 
How long have you been with ACP? 
2 years
 
What is your career background? 
Most of my career background is administrative. I worked as an Admissions Assistant for a For Profit College. I was in that position for about 2 years until they moved all admissions on grounds and turned our department into Career Services. I stayed with the college as the Career Services Assistant for another year until my position was dissolved. Before working at the college I was an Office Manager for a loan company. 
 
What inspired you to work with ACP? 
What inspired me, and continues to inspire me, to work with ACP is what we do for our customers and, in turn, the patients. 

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Meet Karen Moore - Executive Field Assistant

Posted by ACP on Nov 8, 2019 10:30:36 AM

What do you do in your free time?
On Saturdays, as time allows, I hike with a group of buddies and all our dogs. We have some amazing trails here in No. Nevada!  I’m also the music director in my church – I have a worship band, arrange all our music, and play guitar/sing with a wonderful group of musicians and vocalists. They make even me sound good.  Other than that, I’m quite boring – but I love to eat and love to cook. I am very thankful for my family, good friends, a beautiful area to live in, stellar coworkers, hot showers and Sunday afternoon naps. 
 
How long have you been with ACP? 
I’ve been with ACP for 4+ years.  Time flies when you’re having fun. I love ACP and what we do.
 
What is your career background? 
In my short college career, I majored in music, theater and dance, which prepared me for… not a whole lot.  I’ve been an Exec Assistant/Facilities-Office Manager for more years than I care to admit. I started in the Fire Protection and Mechanical Engineering field, which I loved, and later moved into Healthcare, and eventually 14 years at a disease management company, Alere Medical, from startup to acquisition by a large, international company. I supported the CEO and Executive Team, interfaced with the Board of Directors, and project managed the building of Alere offices all over the country: Reno, Orange County, Denver, Columbus, Chicago, Miami. We acquired several companies and then ultimately sold Alere to Inverness Medical (who is now known as Alere).  A fun ride and once-in-a-lifetime experience!
 
What inspired you to work with ACP? 
After the Alere offices closed in Reno, I accepted an office manager position at a financial services company. They were a great group of people, but the business left me feeling uninspired. Being a (big) handful of years away from retirement, I wanted to find a job that would spark a little passion again. When I saw an ad for a support position at ACP where a friend worked, I decided to check it out. Then I met Debbie – who wouldn’t want to work for Debbie? The rest is history.

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Meet Karen O'Fallon - Customer Support Representative III

Posted by ACP on Oct 1, 2019 1:30:11 PM

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Meet Sonja Cusac, PT - Regional Manager of Sales and Business Development

Posted by ACP on Sep 3, 2019 12:06:52 PM

What do you do in your free time? 
I married my high school sweetheart and we have 3 beautiful daughters ages 21, 17, and 14. I love spending time with my family: going to sporting events like U of M softball (Go Blue!) and LAFC soccer (with my youngest daughter), watching movies, and just hanging out. My husband and I enjoy outdoor activities like kayaking, hiking, swimming, and relaxing.  We are thrilled about being new grandparents to our most wonderful baby, Grace!

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Meet Jeremy Dunlap, PT, CPC, CES - Clinical Program Consultant

Posted by ACP on Aug 2, 2019 11:29:47 AM

What do you do in your free time? 
Having two young and energetic daughters doesn’t leave me with an abundance of free time, but my wife and I do love spending time with them and cheering them on in soccer, gymnastics, and school activities. I enjoy golf, hiking, spending time with family and friends, and travel. Over the winter, we traveled as a family to Thailand and we are looking forward to London and Romania this summer.

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Meet Debra Capella, MPT - Clinical Program Consultant

Posted by ACP on Jun 26, 2019 9:47:35 PM

What do you do in your free time? 
I enjoy hiking/trail running with my husband and traveling with my two college aged kids whenever we get a chance! I particularly like spending time in the mountains and exploring new places. 
 
How long have you been with ACP?  
Just getting ready to celebrate my 9th ACP Anniversary!

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Meet Tara Barnes, MPT - Clinical Program Consultant

Posted by ACP on May 24, 2019 3:46:32 PM

What do you do in your free time? 
My husband plays in a band in Memphis, and my daughter plays violin, so music is a big part of our lives!  We travel a lot, especially to go see live music. We also foster for several rescues. We have been a “foster failure” 3 times, so we now have 3 fur babies that on the weekends we love to take to the Tennessee River.  

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Meet Stephen Csicsek - Regional Manager of Sales/Business Development

Posted by ACP on Apr 26, 2019 8:14:03 AM

What do you do in your free time?  Living in Florida, I just love spending weekends with my family at the beach, watching soccer, or playing music. I started playing the violin at age 5 and guitar at age 7 and it one of my favorite hobbies. But mostly, my time is spent with the entire family as we are involved in the local Hungarian Community. We are members of a performing Hungarian Archery Team – the Hun Archers. We perform all over the Southeast USA at Folk Festivals, Renaissance Festivals, and Hungarian Festivals. Which takes up a lot of my free time but, is so much fun.

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Meet Dave Sen, DPT - Sales & Business Development Manager

Posted by ACP on Mar 28, 2019 9:11:42 AM

What do you do in your free time?
I pride myself in being a family man. My wife, 2 boys (ages 1 and 4), and Golden Retriever Nacho, are blessed to have both sets of grandparents nearby to us in New Jersey. As the boys get older, I look forward to getting back into and sharing my love of tennis, basketball, soccer, and movies with them. I love hosting parties and watching everyone enjoy themselves. We make a big deal out of every birthday, anniversary, and milestone, so the house stays busy with positive energy. My favorite time is during the holidays when family, friends, food, and good spirits feels just perfect.

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