As an avid adventurer and a Jill-of-all-trades, Peggy loves to see and do it all. So when her travel bug started to itch after graduating high school in Michigan, she set her sights on Colorado where she—well—did it all. She skied down the Centennial State’s highest slopes, hiked in its national parks, and biked the rugged terrains. And when it came to her career—that was an adventure too. She worked as a bank teller, a waitress, a business owner, a manager for a foster youth mentorship program, and an elementary school teacher. No matter the role, Peggy enjoys the thrill of a new experience. And when Michigan called her home after 38 years of wanderlust, she welcomed the journey.
Peggy’s venturesome spirit serves her well as an executive assistant at PSC, where she helps keep the talent and economics team right on course with her signature get-up-and-go attitude. Beyond scheduling meetings, managing calendars, and providing high-level administrative support, Peggy also welcomes the rush of coordinating last-minute meetings and ushering guests to and from their destinations.
Before joining PSC, Peggy worked as an executive assistant for HopeWest hospice and Ariel Clinical Services in Grand Junction, Colorado. While there, provided high-level administrative support to leadership, including calendar management and coordination. She also brings 22 years of experience as a teacher in the Mesa County Valley School District 51.
A Little More…
Education: BA in Social Science from University of Northern Colorado and an MA in Elementary Education from Adams State University
With PSC since: July 2019
PSC superpower: Recognizing the value of something old when trying something new
Favorite part of working at PSC: Leaving the world a bit better than she found it
Why Michigan? It’s the state to recreate