Meet the Team: Getting to Know Sasha
Q: What is your name? Do you have a nickname?
Q: Where is your hometown?
A: Fort Worth, Texas
Q: What is your role here at Legacy Heart Care?
A: I am the office administrator.
Q: What do you like most about working here?
A: The people and the environment. And being able to work with patients as well as a staff team that is pretty darn great. The support system here for the staff is really good and is always appreciated. I am the first person everyday to interact with each and every patient; it is really cool just to see how well you get to know all of them and their stories.
"All it takes is a smile and a laugh to change someone’s day."
All it takes is a smile and a laugh to change someone’s day-- shouldn’t we all just be laughing? It gives your heart an extra beat. :)
Q: Three words that best describe you are...
A: Funny, optimistic, and sweet.
Q: What are you most proud of in your life?
A: Getting a degree at St. Mary’s University (Go Rattlers!) And being able to enjoy giving back to the community; it really is a blessing to be able to help others.
Q: Complete this sentence: “I am happiest when…
A: ...when I am surrounded by the people I love and doing what I can to help others.
Q: Do you have a personal philosophy?
A: “May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears” - Nelson Mandela
Q: What is your hidden talent?
A: Being punny...Did I mention the story of my goldfish? He is always having a WHALE of a time. Teehehe...
Q: Tell us about your favorite hobby.
A: I do a lot of different things. I would call myself a foodie; I love to cook, and my favorite dish to make is chicken lasagna. I love to travel and experience new things and would like to visit Tuscany and Thailand one of these days. I also enjoy doing photography, and I have a lifestyle blog.
Q: What is on your bucket list? A: I want to paraglide over the Amazon and see the Great Barrier Reef before all the coral reef is gone...
Q: Complete this sentence: “People would be surprised if they knew that I…”
A: ...am 1/4 Chinese and 1/4 Native American--thanks to my paternal great-grandfather and maternal great-grandmother.
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