MILESTONES

  • Laced up for the Rock N Roll Half Marathon in 2012
  • Ran the summer programming at the New Children’s Museum
  • Ranked in the Guinness Book of World Records for largest Doga (Dogs, and people doing yoga) event 2015
  • She also took her networking skills to an international level, successfully connecting with colleagues in three different countries.

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

Professional Background
Over 7 years ago, Trisha began building her career in human resources within various industries throughout San Diego. Her journey to her from staffing agencies, to hospitality, to local small business, to a Fortune 500 company. She is excited to support Coastal clients!

PERSONAL NOTES

Art and music are in Trisha’s blood. She boasts a diverse record collection and loves hitting up the local concert venues like Belly Up Tavern or outdoor concerts on the San Diego Bay to get her music fix. She attributes her passion to her parents whose first date was a Rolling Stones concert right here in San Diego. Trisha’s first concert? Front row to see Harry Belafonte when she was seven years old!

KEY STRENGTHS

Key Strengths:

  • Technology
  • Authentic
  • Outgoing
  • Resourceful

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