Albert Einstein once said, “Only a life lived in the service of others is worth living.” By that notion, Sue Featherly lives a very special life, as she spends a tremendous amount of time improving the lives of others.
As a follow-up specialist at Rise, Sue provides long-term support to
Passion is a driving force in Maurice Linston’s life. From his family upbringing, playing football, and serving in the U.S. Army Reserve, he learned to channel his passions into his daily. As a direct support professional at Rise, Maurice carries out his enthusiastic outlook on life into his important work
Have you ever met one of those people who seem to radiate light throughout a room? No matter how many people are there, when that person enters, each pair of eyes draws toward that person and everyone immediately has a calming sense of joy. Milcart Robert-Clerge is one of those
Ben Streitz has a passion for assisting people achieve their employment goals. As an employment consultant at Rise, Ben gets to tap into that passion every single day. Ben’s job calls for him to create, nurture, and manage relationships with business owners and hiring managers in his community. He then
We’d Like You to Meet Kevin Gagner!
Kevin Gagner is a lifelong learner, which makes him an awesome application administrator at Rise. Kevin’s job requires him to carry out a great number of tasks covering a broad range of subject areas, so there are always new things for him to
Juleen aims to always go above and beyond in her role as a direct support professional (DSP) / case manager at Rise, and it shows. Her commitment to her exceptional work ethic reveals itself time and time again through the steady stream of compliments she receives and through the success
When there is passion in what you do, you can do anything. Sarah Gustafson is an employment consultant with Rise and proves this every day. She demonstrates her passion in her work by assisting people with intellectual and development disabilities achieve their goals through her special brand of warmth and