Travel is enjoyed and pursued by many, but few people have the chance at a career that allows them to travel as part of their job. For those working in the healthcare field, they know that travel and work can go hand in hand.
Prior to joining Krucial as a KOR, Katie was the director of food and beverage at a hotel chain. After being furloughed in March of 2020, it was a short time before Katie was itching for a new routine outside the walls of her home.
The desire to join the medical field typically stems from a family full of medical professionals or those who have a close connection with someone in the medical field at an early age. However, this is not the case for Hillory.
With our change to a nonprofit organization, comes a new set of core values. Below we elaborate on each principle and how we plan to sew it into the fabric of our company.
Sheila immigrated to the United States from Central Africa back in 2002, quickly noticing the positive impact healthcare workers have on their community. This is when she began her journey to pursue a career in the healthcare field, eventually earning her nursing degree and license in 2012.
At the start of 2020, Alan thought he would be spending the year with his family in North Carolina.
After seeing Hurricane Katrina, Kayla told herself that if the opportunity ever came up again to serve others on a grand scale in a natural disaster, she was going to volunteer.
Mariah was drawn to the idea of deployment when she heard about Krucial through her Certified Nursing Assistant program at the start of the pandemic.