Heather is not just acquainted with the principles of organization—she lives them. Between coordinating her family’s work and school schedules, running two businesses, serving on the board of directors for the Michigan Soybean Association, or raising awareness of policy issues that affect farmers, Heather masterfully balances her busy life with meticulous attention to detail and a signature assertiveness. Though some may find her daily to-do list dizzying, Heather takes great pleasure in calmly checking off each item.
Heather’s organizational skills serve her well at PSC, where she provides high-level administrative support to the energy and environment team. Whether scheduling meetings, organizing events, or coordinating calendars, Heather ensures her team has everything they need to get their work done and perform at the highest level.
Heather joins PSC from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s Executive Office, where she provided administrative support to senior leadership.
A Little More…
Education: AA in Administrative Technology from Davenport University
With PSC since: July 2019
PSC superpower: Turning disorder into order
Favorite part of working at PSC: Being part of an organization that makes a difference for the people of Michigan
Why Michigan? Though the summers are sweltering and the winters are chilling, it’s home