In the Spotlight

In the Spotlight: May 2022

Tricia Foo-Ying – Chief Accounting Officer ~ Jenina Micah (JM) Cadelina – Credentialing Specialist ~ Jacob Fields – Executive Assistant

What did you want to be when you grew up?

Tricia: Archaeologist or astronomer.
JM: I wanted to be a teacher.
Jake: That is always changing: first a princess, few years later an astronaut. At one point, I had even considered being a nurse.

What movie can you watch over and over and never get tired of?

Tricia: A Room with a View
JM: John Wick
Jake: Hocus Pocus or White Chicks

If you could have a superpower, what would it be and why?

Tricia: Invisibility. I think you know why.
JM: Teleportation. It would be easier for me to travel.
Jake: I would read minds. I’m so fascinated by what motivates human behavior.

You have won a lottery of $1 million. What would you do with your winnings?

Tricia: Give away $500K of it, pay off any debt and keep the rest.
JM: Give half to my parents, buy a house and donate to animal shelter.
Jake: I wouldn’t tell anyone. I would just stop worrying how much I spend at the grocery store and sushi any time I want!

Lightning round:

Do you wake up on the first alarm or do you keep hitting the snooze button?

Tricia: I don’t use an alarm.
JM: I wake up before the alarm.
Jake: I actually have a changing ‘theme’ song that I wake up to everyday.

Favorite food?

Tricia: Tropical fruits
JM: Eggplant lasagna
Jake: Any food, seriously! Don’t test me; you’ll have to feed me.

Sunrise or sunset?

Tricia: Sunset
JM: Sunrise
Jake: Sunrise. I’m in love with the “calm at dawn”; it’s inspiring.

What quote inspires you the most and why?

Tricia: “You make what seems a simple choice: choose a man or a job or a neighborhood – and what you have chosen is not a man or a job or a neighborhood, but a life.” by Jessamyn West. It shows that whether you’re decisive or not, it all leads to a path, so try to choose wisely.
JM: “I am a work in progress” ~ for me it means that I always have a chance to improve myself and it allows me to be comfortable with making mistakes and at the same time learn from them.
Jake: “I know nothing” – Socrates. It’s just like the mindset of a scientist; the more I learn, the less I know.

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