The Why? Andrion has a lot on her plate as she and her team manage interactions with federal agencies, but that doesn’t negate her commitment to being a mentor. She works with the Multicultural Business Resource Group and is a regular speaker at events that promote leadership. Previously, Andrion was co-chair of one of the working groups for the Schools Health & Libraries Broadband Coalition, which works to close the digital divide.
She Says… “I have long practiced inclusion in developing talent, always making sure everyone on my team feels comfortable speaking out and working with others, as I firmly believe this is the best environment for learning.”
What makes for a successful Employee Resource Group? Great camaraderie and a willingness to constantly share.
Bucket list travel destination? Vancouver—where “Virgin River” is filmed—is gorgeous.
Who has kicked down a door for you? My boss and the head of Charter’s DC Office, Catherine Bohigian, has kicked down many doors for me. She paved the way for me and many other women in our office, and regularly encourages me to be an active and thoughtful leader of my team and across the company.
Coworkers describe me as… My coworkers describe me as energetic, intense, and tenacious, excelling at problem-solving and encouraging to everyone on the team.
How inclusive is your recruitment and talent development? My team recruits widely, considering everyone equally. I have long practiced inclusion in developing talent, always making sure everyone on my team feels comfortable speaking out and working with others, as I firmly believe this is the best environment for learning.