The Colleague of the Month is chosen from nominations submitted by fellow HSHS Medical Group team members. “Although not often patient facing in her role, Cayti shows she can connect, appreciate, respond, and express in her daily interactions with colleagues, vendors, providers, and any time she works with patients. Cayti is always positive, no matter the circumstances. She is always willing to set aside what she is doing to take care of a rush project - and she does it with a smile!” Cayti’s nominator said, “She's always thinking of ways to improve our work and how we can reach patients and colleagues more effectively. She's a team player. It's a privilege and a pleasure to work with her.”

Her favorite part of her job is working on a wide variety of projects. “I have the opportunity to interact with individuals across the organization. I love that every day presents a new opportunity to connect with people, meet them in whatever project they have and find new and creative solutions together,” said Cayti. “Sometimes this means jumping into an urgent release of important health information and other times it’s kicking off a new facility’s opening. My favorite aspect of this position is that I’m consistently met with new opportunities and challenges - I am never bored!”

When away from work, Cayti enjoys snuggling with her pets, taking care of her houseplants and spending time with family and friends.

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