Graduating just two years ago, Erica Ropson now has a career helping others.
As Marketing and Program Coordinator at the Hemophilia Outreach Center, Erica is putting to good use her Public Relations, Journalism and Organizational Communication emphases. One of 14 full-time employees, Erika and her co-workers are committed to improving clinical care and outcomes, increasing public awareness, and improving the quality of life for persons living with bleeding disorders.
Erica strives for excellence in everything she does. She is driven by helping others, while finding enjoyment in the little things in life. Her family is incredibly important to her, as are her goals.
One thing about my employer: My job is really fulfilling. Through the Hemophilia Outreach Center, we’re able to increase public awareness while improving the quality of people’s lives. I’ve had to pleasure of getting to know families who share the same condition from grandfather-to-grandson.
One thing about my family: Family is an important part of my life. I’ve been lucky to grow up around such a loving marriage – my parents have been married 29 years. Our tight-knit family includes me, my brother – who is two years older than me – and my sister who is eleven years younger than I am. I’ve been fortunate to have my whole family centered in Green Bay. My family will continue to grow with my fiancé; we’re getting married in August.
One thing about my goals: With my family growing to include my fiancé, two of my goals would be to buy a new car and save for a house. I’m proud of my tight-knit Catholic family; we see each other very often and are active parts of each other’s lives. Saving up for a house is very important to me as it’s a stepping stone to starting my own family.
If I had to do it all over again: If I could do things differently, I would have been more focused my freshman year of college!
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One Comment to “COMM in Common: Erica Ropson”
Well Done, Erica.