Join us in welcoming our new Operations Manager, Nicole Cirino, to our team! Nicole joins Occupational Health Connections after two years with REI Co-Op as a Marketing and Grants Coordinator in Austin, TX. In that role, she curated and oversaw the nonprofit partnerships under REI's Local Grant Program and assisted in putting on outdoor classes/programs. Her background in partner, operations, and event management for companies like Whole Foods and Paint Nite have prepped her to take on this next chapter as OHC's manager of operations where she will assist in overseeing payroll, billing/accounting, and other daily operations that help OHC thrive. [...]
We are thrilled to be renewed as a women business enterprise (WBE) for another three years. Many thanks to the Massachusetts Supplier Diversity Office for the renewal and recognition of Occupational Health Connections and our Founder/CEO, Nancy Clover. OHC is proud to be a women owned business!
Arline Waecker RN, COHN, CCM joined OHC last June. She has been working on a construction site in Maine. All the construction workers love her! This is Arline’s story: I had just gotten a divorce in the late 1970’s. I had to do something so I went to nursing school. It was not easy because I worked and had 7 year old. My work let me go to classes and they paid for most of my classes. I had several months to go when after 6 years I was laid off. I also let a woman from Africa live [...]
April Halloran RN joined OHC a year ago. She has done a variety of assignments from covid testing for a cruise ship crew, multiple construction sites, flu and covid vaccines. April is flexible, efficient and askes all the right questions. We are very happy to have April as part of our team. Here is April’s story: I graduated with my BSN in nursing from UMass Boston in 2018. I have a passion for health and well being and have had many amazing and interesting opportunities to share that passion as a nurse across the Boston area. I’ve worked with [...]
Shayla Monteiro RN has been working with OHC since Oct 2020 – we are glad she choose to join our team! Here is Shayla’s nursing story! Why you went to nursing school: I always knew that I wanted a job where I could work with others and help people. I love that there are so many options in the field of nursing and different specialties. I knew that it was a career where I could constantly grow and learn something new each day. I went to nursing school so that I could make a difference in other's lives and [...]