Part X - Sabey

April 2, 2018

Things were going great at AWB, the radio show was starting to take off, but then the unimaginable happened. Lex, my mentor and one of the best supervisors I have ever worked for, decided to leave.

 

The new manager came in and did not see the department in the same way, and was very much a micro manager. So I decided to look for other opportunities.

 

I started working for Sabey Corporation as a temp, but within 24 hours they recruited me full time.

 

My first job at Sabey was as a Project Manager. A few months after working in the Communications Department, Dave Sabey approached me and asked me what I knew about HD technology and other technology infrastructure.

 

I was honest and told him I knew nothing. So he informed me that I had about 30 days to learn. I was assigned to work at Seattle Science Foundation (SSF) as the Director of Technology Infrastructure, and not only had to learn about technology, I had to learn medical terminology.

 

SSF was a non profit with a mission to advance quality of patient care through education, research, innovation and technology.

 

I took the challenge head on.

 

It was shortly after I started when I realized that I also had to learn medical terminology, and how to interact with physicians and hospital administrators.

 

How did I do?

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