Meet the Team

Each person on our team is an AssistU grad, and although a small team, we are mighty and care deeply about each other, our profession, and helping you. We ask each other to weigh in on different topics throughout the year, some silly, and some serious, so be sure to stop back and see what we have to say! The current question is:

 

If you could invite three people from any time in history to dinner with you, who would you invite and why?

Anastacia Brice

Anastacia Brice

Founder

Maya Angelou, Gertrude Bell, and Michelle Obama, for their quiet fierceness. The conversations and connections we would have would be legend!
—get to know Anastacia

Heather Hinson

Heather Hinson

Anastacia's Fab VA (aka Expert Wish Granter and Tiara Guardian)

I would love to have dinner with Thomas Edison, Leonardo da Vinci and Amelia Earhart. I’m not sure if I would invite them together or separately, the conversation would be interesting either way, but I do think they would enjoy meeting each other!
get to know Heather

Pat Curtis

Pat Curtis

Community Moderator

Mother Theresa—to learn what inspired and motivated her to give her life to complete service to others. Rosa Parks—to hear what inside of her gave her the courage to not move to the back of the bus. And John Lennon—to talk with him about his song, Imagine, and his views on how he envisioned our having world peace.
—get to know Pat

Mindy Bowman

Mindy Bowman

Maker of Wildly Pretty Things

Abraham Lincoln – for his wisdom, my paternal grandmother – to hear her sing and her stories, and Eleanor Roosevelt – for a pep talk!
—get to know Mindy

Jude Rush

Jude Rush

Automation Genius

Buddha, to learn from and bask in his wisdom – Helen Keller, who was a childhood hero of mine –  Bruce Springsteen, whose music has been the most important thread throughout my life
—get to know Jude

Nicole Paull

Nicole Paull

AssistU Librarian

Edward Bok — because I think he was a kindred spirit. The Apostle Peter (some people would know him as Saint Peter) because I think he’s a wonderful example of how someone can grow beyond early limitations to become a force for good. Vincent Van Gogh because his ability to infuse emotion onto canvas fills me with joy and wonder.
—get to know Nicole

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