Growing up I was never athletic. Granted, I wasn’t hopelessly un-athletic, I was just “average.” Often, when it came time to pick teams, I was never the first one picked, nor the last one; rather I always fell right in the middle.
I admit, I’m a bit of an exercise enthusiast. I couldn’t imagine my life any other way! I am a wife, a mother of three wonderful daughters, a co-founder of a small business and I practice pediatrics at East Bay Pediatrics in Barrington.
Kerry and I met a while back when I was working for a marketing company. I came in to discuss options on how he could create more business and truly develop his brand in the RI and Southern New England marketplace.
My journey to 212 came about as it did for many 212 family members. I was active in high school and college sports, got married, had children, and then the old sports injury from college came back to haunt me.
To start, I’d like to thank Kerry and the 212 team for the opportunity to be the subject of January’s Member Spotlight. These stories inspire me every month and it’s an honor to be able to share some of my story with you.
As 2017 draws to a close, I was caught in the middle of my end of year inventory.... counting my blessings and thinking of all the areas in my life that need some improvement, when I was caught by surprise.
I am honored to have been chosen as November’s Member Spotlight! My relationship with 212 can really be summed up in how I talk about it. In the past, I would say, begrudgingly, “I’m going to the gym.”