Gina joined the ranks in October of 2010 as a part-time receptionist/patient coordinator. She has moved up to full-time, bringing her “high energy” work style into full gear. Gina is the life of the party, and usually found at the center of things whenever laughter is heard ringing through the halls. However, she takes getting to know the clients and patients very seriously. She strives to learn something new every day and making clients feel at home is her top priority.
Speaking of home, Gina has a son, Logan, with special needs and so has co-founded the L.O.G.A.N. Foundation in his honor – which stands for Little Ones Genetic and Neurological. She also coaches gymnastics and special needs cheerleading. She hopes to someday open a facility where individuals with special needs can spend the day getting their therapy and learning activities like sports, art, and music. Such a facility would be a great safe place for parents of special needs children to bring their children to especially when school is closed, allowing the parents to have an opportunity to relax and unwind, get their own projects done, or just to spend some quiet time with the rest of the family.
Family means the world to Gina and she enjoys the time she gets to spend with her husband, son, daughter Cassandra and Vito, the big family Newfie.