My work improves lives
I support people where they live, collaborating with local and state government to secure federal funding during crises. When Hurricane Irma struck, I met with city officials, working with them to address the impact and provide people with the monetary assistance they needed. In one case, my team ensured funding for an at-risk group’s new home after theirs was flooded.
“Through taking on responsibility, you develop the characteristics to bring people together to solve for important matters.”
Associate, Public Sector Risk Services
Responsibility goes two ways
I’m empowered to take ownership to produce great work with the full support of teammates and leaders. I can rely on them to pitch in when needed. When we’re in a high-pressure situation with a deadline to meet, everyone from manager and director on down jumps in to help until the work is done. We’re not stratified; we share the responsibility. We really have each other’s backs.
I’m proud of what I do
The federal assistance programs that we’re an integral part of help communities and their residents get back on track. It’s exhilarating to have a hand in addressing community challenges by providing real solutions. I’m proud to commit my workdays to homes being rebuilt, food put on tables, rubble cleared from streets and lives moving back in the right direction.