Membership & Marketing Director, Pinnacle Country Club
1. How are you pivoting?
I spent the first two months of the pandemic working from home and doing “Momma School” with my daughter, Magnolia. I’m back at work trying to share more information over the phone and spending more of our Club Tours outside. Pinnacle as a Club has pivoted incredibly well. We’ve offered Family Style Meals, Delivery and Pickup of our full menu. Our Golf Course and Tennis Complex remained open for our members that found themselves at home wanting to be outside.
2. What nonprofits are you involved with, and why?
I love working with the ALS Association of Arkansas. They care so much about their PALS, and Jennifer Necessary is so inspiring to work alongside. The VFW Post 9834 is also dear to our hearts; my husband serves as the post Quartermaster. They do a great job of supporting veterans in Benton County, so our family pitches in to help the post whenever possible.
3. Biggest inspiration:
My daughters, Magnolia (4.5 years old) and Mattison (9 months old) – they’ve shown me that the most important job I have is raising them to be kind humans that have common sense, grit and compassion. I try my hardest every day to live up to the vision that they have of me.
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