In this “Employee Spotlight,” get to know Alisha Story, an Emerging Technologies Medical Clearance Liaison. Read more below to learn about Alisha!
My favorite part is the relationship I’ve been able to build with several team members within the entire company. For so many years I was in one center and did not know so many fellow employees. We have a GREAT group of team players. I enjoy getting to travel to all the offices to meet everyone, whether it’s for an Emerging Tech site visit, or if I’m dusting off my OR skills.
From Marcy Steinberg: “You have taken this new role and developed a well-rounded process. We are thankful for you. Keep up the good work.” Hard work pays off. Put the time in and be proud of what you are doing - it is noticeable!
For 15 years I spent all my time in the ASC doing patient care as a Scrub Tech. This required having compassion for our patients, respect for my colleagues, and being the best employee I could be at that time. Sure, there are always harder days than others and I made my fair share of mistakes - but I learned from them all. Today, in my recent new role, I like to think Excellence is key! There are so many moving parts in the Emerging Tech clearance process; it truly takes near-perfect organization and attention to detail to manage all the centers we have. This would not be possible without communication and TEAM WORK.
I started with Alliance at 19 years old! This is my first REAL job.
I spend all my free time shooting competition archery. We travel most weekends all over the state and surrounding states to attend national Archery Tournaments. I have an amazing family with a house full of BOYS so my evenings and weekends are always eventful and full of fun!
I shoot competition archery and was recently signed by Elite Archery, a well-known bow manufacturing company, to shoot for them as a staff shooter! This has always been a goal of mine and it came true this year. I also started my own small business this year called Girls with Bows. I created this organization to promote the sport of archery to women in hopes of seeing more ladies out on the range competing.