December 19, 2018 – Intelisyn’s San Diego and Los Angeles teams met half way for lunch at The Cliff Restaurant in Laguna Beach to celebrate the Holiday Season. The team was able to enjoy a delicious meal and beautiful view on the restaurant’s ocean front patio. It was the perfect setting to reflect on 2018 and regroup for the New Year. Intelisyn has some great plans for 2019, so stay tuned! We hope everyone has a great Holiday and enters the New Year in good health and happiness.
On November 27th we celebrated Cheryl Steinkamp’s 6th year work anniversary. As Intelisyn’s Director of Healthcare, Cheryl is onsite at City of Hope in Duarte, CA. Though the office team misses her, we were able to present her flowers on site (her favorite color). Thank you, Cheryl, for all of your hard work and dedication over the past 6 years!
Below is a link explaining all the work being performed at City of Hope:
Marc Strange, Intelisyn’s founder, shaves his head to raise money to help children with cancer.
The annual St. Baldrick’s Day events are Shaving the Way to Conquer Kids’ Cancer as thousands of brave volunteers nationwide shave their heads in solidarity with children who have cancer and typically lose their hair during cancer treatment.
Worldwide, more than 160,000 children are diagnosed with cancer each year. While advances have saved many children, childhood cancer still claims the lives of more children in the US than any other disease – more than diabetes, asthma, congenital anomalies, cystic fibrosis and AIDS – combined!
Shawna Wilkinson, a Project Administrator, has some involvement in most of Intelisyn’s projects. Through her quick thinking and past experience as a volunteer Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician, she was able to save a life. You can read the story in this personal account written by the survivor himself.
Happy Holidays Everyone! This year has been both traumatic and one to be extremely grateful for. If you haven’t heard by now, our lives changed on January 29, 2011. While jogging along the beach in Cardiff, Steve had a sudden cardiac arrest. Luckily, I have many people to thank and am truly grateful that every single one of them came to my rescue.