people

Daria M. AliAnne Marie E. AshworthAnn J. BeckwithKara V. BestlerX. Alexandra ChastainDiane M. CookKevin R. DraudtCharles B. FlowersAaron E. GrahamLaird W. GreenBethany M. GriffithCharles W. HammerCorinne S. HannaCheryl R. HollandWilliam R. JeterAlexa N. KirbyEdward W. Kramer, IIJ. Abigail MasonSusan A. McCantsJonathan J. RobertsonStephen J. ScottEileen M. StevensMolly A. ThomasIdene T. ThompsonPatricia P. Watson
 

Alexa N. Kirby

We have a theory: Alexa said “yes” to joining Abacus because she knows an intriguing culture when she sees one. After all, she did major in anthropology.

“I traveled to China when I was eleven and my eyes were opened to the fact the world is very different outside my little bubble. I saw the same thing when I was in New York working with AmeriCorps Vista, mentoring Dominican and Puerto Rican high school students. A person’s thoughts and actions, obstacles and joys, are a reflection of their environments.”

“I knew I would be right at home in the Abacus culture. This is a place where people have the confidence – and a set of values – to embrace new ideas, think creatively and, yes, even risk failing.” (See, we told you.)

Alexa Recommends


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We have a theory: Alexa said “yes” to joining Abacus because she knows an intriguing culture when she sees one. After all, she did major in anthropology.

“I traveled to China when I was eleven and my eyes were opened to the fact the world is very different outside my little bubble. I saw the same thing when I was in New York working with AmeriCorps Vista, mentoring Dominican and Puerto Rican high school students. A person’s thoughts and actions, obstacles and joys, are a reflection of their environments.”

“I knew I would be right at home in the Abacus culture. This is a place where people have the confidence – and a set of values – to embrace new ideas, think creatively and, yes, even risk failing.” (See, we told you.)

Alexa Recommends


Daring Greatly
Brené Brown


Wild
Cheryl Strayed


Tribe
Sebastian Junger


Forbes.com

We have a theory: Alexa said “yes” to joining Abacus because she knows an intriguing culture when she sees one. After all, she did major in anthropology.

“I traveled to China when I was eleven and my eyes were opened to the fact the world is very different outside my little bubble. I saw the same thing when I was in New York working with AmeriCorps Vista, mentoring Dominican and Puerto Rican high school students. A person’s thoughts and actions, obstacles and joys, are a reflection of their environments.”

“I knew I would be right at home in the Abacus culture. This is a place where people have the confidence – and a set of values – to embrace new ideas, think creatively and, yes, even risk failing.” (See, we told you.)

Alexa Recommends


Daring Greatly
Brené Brown


Wild
Cheryl Strayed


Tribe
Sebastian Junger


Forbes.com